President Bush is sticking firm to the June 30 deadline for the transfer of power in Iraq.
But, is setting deadlines dangerous, or absolutely necessary as a leader? We’ll ask Jack Welch, former chairman and CEO of General Electric; presidential historian Richard Shenkman, and Eleanor Clift, Newsweek contributing editor.
We’ll take the market’s temperature with Paul Rabbitt, president of RabbittAnalytics.com, and Chris Wolfe, equity market strategist at JP Morgan Private Bank.
Forget OPEC. Is the U.S. to blame for its own high gasoline problems? We’ll get insight from Adel al-Jubeir, foreign affairs adviser to Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah in Washington.
Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge says securing U.S. ports will take more money and the government doesn't have it. Is it time to ask for private sector handouts? Robert Burton, regional director of IDS International, and Kurt Nagle, president of the American Association of Port Authorities, join the debate.
If you weigh a lot more than your skinny co-workers, should you pay a lot more for your health insurance? (search) We’ll ask Marilyn Wann, author of "Fat!So?: Because You Don't Have to Apologize for Your Size."
Plus, family films attract big bucks. But will Hollywood find this trend sexy enough? Dr. Ted Baehr, chairman of the Christian Film and TV Commission, weighs in on tonight’s edition of “Your World with Cavuto.”
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