Saying he has changed his ways, California recall candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger (search) apologized Thursday for offending any women who claim he had sexually harassed them.
Does Schwarzenegger's admission of improper behavior hurt his chances? We'll ask supporter and former L.A. mayor Richard Riordan.
If foreign nations do not help the United States with either finances or troops, then is it their right to complain about the way the U.S. handles policies and where finances are focused in Iraq? Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer joins the debate.
A judge's ruling now opens the door for Enron workers to sue former Chairman Ken Lay and others, for lost savings. Will this open the floodgates for litigation? Former Enron employee Charles Prestwood weighs in on what he plans to do now.
Skyrocketing prescription drug (search) costs are putting lives at risk. A solution seems to be just across the border. So why are lawmakers against it?
Get answers on tonight’s edition of Your World with Cavuto.
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