As investigators armed with a search warrant swarm Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch (search), we’ll get the legal and public relations fallout for one of the most successful entertainers ever from Lis Wiehl, Fox News legal analyst; Jerry Della Femina, chairman of Della Femina, Jeary and Partners, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, former spiritual advisor to Michael Jackson.
President Bush (search) arrives in Britain to a not so friendly welcome, as protestors take to the streets against him and the war in Iraq. But could this be just what the doctor ordered? When a president is under pressure overseas, are Americans more likely to rally around him at home? We’ll ask David Gergen, former presidential adviser.
Is bickering between the Securities and Exchange Commission and state attorneys general costing you money? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from former SEC Chairman Richard Breeden and former California Attorney General Dan Lungren.
Plus, he created a stir when he moved to let you make your cell phone number, your home number. But if you think that's all FCC boss Michael Powell has been up to, think again.
And, as the White House battles over sweeping changes to Medicare, can they bridge the party divide and pass the bill? Neil sits down with former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich on tonight’s edition of Your World with Cavuto.
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