The U.S. economy added more than twice the number of jobs (search) expected in October, the third straight monthly gain, and the jobless rate fell, the government said on Friday in a report pointing to a labor market recovery.
Can we say goodbye to the phrase "jobless recovery?" We’ll ask Josh Bolten, director of the White House Office of Management and Budget.
It's the kind of news that would make markets soar, but Wall Street barely budged. Is there more to this report than we're hearing? We’ll ask Alexis Herman, former Labor secretary.
Plus, we’ll take the market’s temperature with Tobin Smith, chairman of Change Wave Research, and Paul Rabbitt, president of RabbittAnalytics.com.
Déjà vu? Is Iraq 2003 beginning to look a lot like Somalia 1993? We’ll get firsthand insight from retired Lt. Col. Danny McKnight.
And, is there a connection between the state of Iraq’s economy and the coordination of terror attacks in Iraq? We’ll ask Amb. Marc Ginsberg, former ambassador to Morocco and Fox News foreign affairs contributor.
Carl Moore, founder of Rx Depot, explains how the battle over prescription drugs from Canada just got personal.
Retailers aren't waiting for Thanksgiving to encourage consumers to start their holiday spending. Will this holiday season be better than the last? Mark Zandi, chief economist for Economy.com weighs in.
Those stories and more on tonight's edition of Your World with Cavuto
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