Topics and Guests for Oct. 21

The Iranian government will suspend uranium enrichment (search) and allow spot checks of its nuclear program.

Is this a sign that U.S. pressure is working? Peter Brookes, director of Asian studies at the Heritage Foundation, and former Rep. Bob Dornan, join the debate.

Plus, how much do we have to fear from the rogue nation? For answers, we turn to Lt. Col. Oliver North, author of The Jericho Sanction and host of War Stories.

Is Nathaniel Heatwole, the 20-year old college student who planted box cutters on several Southwest airlines planes, a hero or a criminal? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from radio talk show hosts Bernie Ward and Mike Gallagher.

As earnings reports continue to pour in, we’ll take the market’s temperature with Joe Moglia, CEO of Ameritrade, and Mike Norman, president of the Economic Contrarian Update.

Point. Click. Tax? Is it time for states to start enjoying revenue from sales over the Internet?  We'll debate the issue with Rep. Chris Cannon, R-Utah.

Plus, where’s the beef and why is it so expensive? We'll examine the impact on restaurants of the rising price of meat with Ignazio Leone, executive chef of Ristorante Brunelli.

And, when it comes to comments made by the Treasury secretary, does big media play favors? We'll debate the issue FOX News contributor Gregg Hymowitz, president of Entrust Capital.

We'll have those stories and more on tonight's edition of Your World with Cavuto.

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