Did OPEC's decision to open the spigots help ease investors' worries? We’ll take the market’s temperature with Barry Hyman, chief equity strategist at Ehrenkrantz King Nussbaum, Inc., and Greg Werlinich, president of Werlinich Asset Management.
Plus, are gas prices such a bad thing after all? Stephen Leeb, president of Leeb Capital Management and author of "The Oil Factor," and Dr. Tim Kane, senior economist at the Heritage Foundation.
And, U.S. Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham explains why OPEC’s decision is welcome news, but Congress needs to do its part.
CIA Director George Tenet hands his resignation to the president. We’ll get reaction from former CIA director under President Carter, Admiral Stansfield Turner.
Despite a rise in mortgage rates, Ara Hovnanian, CEO of Hovnanian, says he isn't having a problem selling homes.
If America is on a low-carb kick, why is Burger King doing so well? We’ll ask Brad Bloom, CEO of Burger King.
Plus, Barry Levinson, executive producer of “The Jury,” explains how little people have the power to put big fish behind bars?
And, how did a dyslexic that almost flunked school turn a local copy stand into a global powerhouse? Kinko’s (search) founder Paul Orfalea explains on tonight’s edition of "Your World with Cavuto."
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