A massive bomb explodes outside the Marriott hotel in downtown Jakarta (search) on Tuesday, killing at least 10 and wounding over 100.
Could such attacks impact the way people travel and even do business? We’ll ask Eugene Laney, director of information with the National Business Travelers Association.
Plus, are the Saudis cooperating with our war on terror? We’ll get insight from Nail al-Jubeir, director of the information office at the Saudi Embassy in Washington.
Are we on the verge of a sustained bull or bear market? Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors, and Robert Froehlich, vice chairman and chief investment strategist at Scudder Investments, join the debate.
How do you go through a half a billion bucks and then claim you're bankrupt? Mike Tyson probably still doesn't know. But Kenneth Ballen does.
Is Howard Dean the "new media” darling? How has the sudden and surprising Democratic frontrunner used the Internet to his advantage? We’ll ask Michael Barone, senior writer for U.S. News and World Report.
Plus, they stood side by side in the war with Iraq. But now President Bush's ratings remain steady, while British Prime Minister Tony Blair (search) is taking a beating. So what really matters: politics, policy or just good public relations? Monica Crowley, FOX News political analyst, investigates on tonight's edition of Your World with Cavuto.
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