As the nine Democratic candidates for president prepare to debate in Detroit on Sunday, we’ll examine which candidate needs to create the biggest splash and generate the most cash to keep their campaign afloat with Susan Estrich, USC Law professor and former Mike Dukakis campaign manager; Donna Brazile, campaign manager for Al Gore's 2000 campaign, and Hank Sheinkopf, Democratic strategist.

We’ll get a first-hand look at conditions in Iraq with Rep. Darlene Hooley, D-Ore., live from Kuwait City.

If earnings are so good, why has the market been so bad this week? We’ll take the market’s temperature with Bernie Schaeffer, chairman of Schaeffer's Investment Research; Tobin Smith, chairman of ChangeWave Research, and Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors.

A debate heating up in the business community as the number of tech jobs is back on the rise. The U.S. recently limited the number of visas being issued to foreign workers. Does this hinder or help us? Bob Brusca, chief economist of Ecobest, and Jeff Taylor, founder of Monster.com, join the debate.

CSFB's Frank Quattrone walks away with a mistrial. Is this just as good as a win for him? Jacob Frenkel, former federal prosecutor, and Ed Baum, partner with the law firm Proskauer Rose, join the debate.

Plus, we'll also debate whether or not foreign countries should have ponied up more cash for the rebuilding of Iraq at the Madrid (search) donors conference.

And, meet a big Republican and big fund manager that, contrary to most of Wall Street, loves what New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer is doing to clean up mutual funds.

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

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