The judge in the Martha Stewart (search) case Wednesday refused to grant a mistrial sought by her lawyers who said they were wrongfully barred from arguing that no insider trading took place.

So what are the Martha’s chances of getting off? We’ll get a read from Barry Minkow of the Fraud Discovery Institute.

When the Fed chairman speaks, the markets listen. So how did Wall Street react to Alan Greenspan’s comments before Congress today? We’ll ask Jeanette Schwarz Young, president of J.A. Schwarz; Charles Payne, CEO and founder of Wall Street Strategies, and Larry Wachtel, market analyst at Wachovia Securities.

Comcast Corp., the biggest U.S. cable operator, Wednesday launched a surprise bid to buy Walt Disney Co. for more than $54 billion -- a deal that would create the world's largest media. How will Disney shareholders react? We’ll be joined by media watcher Tom Wolzien with Sanford C. Bernstein & Company.

Plus, while mergers seem to be happening now more than ever, are they a good thing? We’ll ask Jonas Max Ferris, founder of MAXFunds.com.

With the Democratic presidential nomination still to be determined, is it too early to pay attention to polls matching Sen. Kerry against President Bush? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Monica Crowley, member of the Council of Foreign Relations and Fox News political analyst, and Richard Goodstein, Democratic strategist and former adviser to the Clinton/Gore campaign.

Plus, meet the man who owns the rights to a Web site Whitehouse.com – a site that has nothing to do with the official White House Internet site, but generates over $1 million a year. Why does he want out? We’ll ask him.

And, sex, violence and four-letter words: Is competing with cable forcing network TV to turn up the sleaze? We’ll examine the congressional investigation on tonight’s edition of "Your World with Cavuto."

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More than just facts and figures, "Your World with Cavuto" gets to the heart of the matter with in-depth reporting from Dagen McDowell, FOX Business correspondent, and analysis from our FOX Business News All-Stars:

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