From Robert Downey, Jr., to Drew Barrymore, the American public can be very forgiving of celebrity superstars who've "sinned."

Will controversial conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh (search) receive the same warm welcome when he returns from drug rehab? We’ll ask Dr. Carole Lieberman, Hollywood psychiatrist.

Plus, are pills the answer for what ails you? We’ll ask Dr. Jorge Petit, who practices medicine at New York’s Mt. Sinai Medical Center, if America has become a pill-popping nation.

When it comes to getting elected, which is more important: policy, or personality? From dazzling, to dull, we’ll examine which Democratic presidential candidate has the best chance of winning the White House with Geraldine Ferraro, former vice-presidential candidate, and Monica Crowley, FOX News political contributor.

If the rich are spending, is the Bush tax cut working? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Stephen Moore, president of the Club for Growth, and Jared Bernstein, senior economist at the Economic Policy Institute.

Plus, we’ll take the market’s temperature with Jordan Kimmel, president and portfolio manager at Magnet Investment Group, and Peter Cardillo, chief strategist at Global Partner Securities.

And, baseball is back and underdogs mean ratings! As the Boston Red Sox and Chicago Cubs (search) battle toward the World Series, it seems like the whole country is watching. Find out what that means for the game, advertisers and your wallet when we're joined by Peter Stern, president and founder of Strategic Sports Group, and Scott Rasmussen, ESPN co-founder.

About Your World...

More than just facts and figures, Your World with Cavuto gets to the heart of the matter with in-depth analysis from our FOX Business News All-Stars:

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