Topics and Guests for July 11

Democrats say they're outraged about the now-discredited report President Bush cited in his State of the Union address that Saddam Hussein (search) was trying to get nuclear materials in Africa.

Was President Bush the victim of bad intelligence, or does the buck stop with the president? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Reps. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., House majority whip, and Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y.

Should the coalition consider asking NATO to commit troops to Iraq? We’ll ask former Undersecretary of the Army Joe Reeder.

Americans are working harder than ever and now millions of workers will be feeling a difference in their pocketbooks. The House passes a measure to update the 60 year old Fair Labor Standards Act. Now, low wage workers would be eligible for overtime pay, but others would lose it. Was this move long overdue, or could you be penalized? Linda Chavez, president of the Center for Equal Opportunity, and Seth Harris, former Labor Department adviser in the Clinton administration, join the debate.

Plus, not everything goes better with Coke. Why is the world's biggest soft drink company under a criminal conduct investigation? Michael Ozanian, senior editor at Forbes magazine, explains.

We’ll take the market’s temperature with Price Headley, founder and chief analyst for; Jonas Max Ferris, founder of, and Tobin Smith, founder and chairman of Change Wave Research.

And, this year it actually means something. The winning league of Major League Baseball's All Star Game will secure home field advantage for the World Series. But will that help stem declining ratings? We’ll get answers from MLB’s Tim Brosnan on tonight’s edition of Your World with Cavuto.

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