Topics and Guests for Oct. 23

Will more countries pony up for Iraq's reconstruction at a big donors' meeting in Madrid (search)? We’ll ask former Secretary of State Alexander Haig.

Plus, big news in the war on heart attacks: A new inexpensive test may be available within the year that could predict candidates most at risk. We'll hear from the man behind the study, Dr. Richard Stein, associate chair of medicine at Beth Israel Hospital in New York City.

We’ll take the market’s temperature with Jonathan Hoenig, portfolio manager at Capitalist Pig Asset Management; Louie Navellier, president and CEO of Navellier and Associates, and Neil Weinerg, senior editor at Forbes magazine.

Volunteer, or else? You work, you pay taxes and you're a law-abiding citizen. So why are some Americans being forced to do volunteer work? We’ll get answers from Sunia Zaterman, executive director of the Council of Large Public Housing Authorities, and Melissa Pardue, fellow in social welfare policy at the Heritage Foundation.

Does the new CBS mini-series, The Reagans, portray the former U.S. president in a not-so-favorable-light? We’ll ask Rep. Eric Cantor, R-Virginia.

Plus, we’ll look at the media melee over the Elizabeth Smart interview with FOX News contributor Dr. Georgia Witkin.

And, we’ll mark the end of an era as the Concorde (search) is grounded for good with Lord Marshall, chairman of British Airways, and Captain Michael Bannister, chief Concorde pilot for B.A.

Those stories and more on tonight's edition of Your World with Cavuto.

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