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One hundred and fifty federal programs will either get the ax or get less cash this year under the president's new $2.5 trillion budget. Easier said than done? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Josh Bolten, director of the Office of Management and Budget, and Sen. Paul Sarbanes, D-Md., member of the Senate Budget Committee.
Plus, when it comes to saving Social Security (search), President Bush says he’s open to ideas. But will he take a word from the wise? Special guest Art Linkletter weighs in on tonight's edition of "Your World."
How does IHOP (search) stack up against its competition? We'll talk earnings and expectations with CEO Julia Stewart.
What would happen to the U.S. economy if Asia stopped buying our bonds? We'll get reaction from Donald Straszheim, president of Straszheim Global Advisors; David Resler, chief economist for Nomura Securities, and Lakshman Achuthan, managing director for the Economic Cycle Research Institute.
Plus, want to surprise your sweetheart with more than the usual flowers or candy for Valentine's Day? Lisa Gill, special projects editor at Conde Nast Traveler, has some suggestions.
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