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President Bush wants to bury the hatchet with European leaders. But, is all this kowtowing really necessary? We'll ask former Secretary of State Lawrence Eagleberger (search).
Would Wall Street prefer an uneasy relationship with the European Union? (search) We'll take the market's temperature with Ben Stein, former Nixon adviser and author of "Can America Survive?"; Jeff Hirsch, editor of The Stock Trader's Almanac, and Jonathan Hoenig, portfolio manager at Capitalist Pig Asset Management and regular on "Cashin' In."
Does happiness always follow great success? We'll get a lesson in life from Rev. Run — formerly run of Run DMC — and current president of Phat Farm Footwear, and Bishop E. Jordan, founder of Zoe Ministries and author of "Cosmic Economics."
And, on this Presidents' Day, Marie Wilson, president of the White House Project, explains why our next president could be a woman.
Plus, he’s the spiritual guide to the rich and powerful and now his new book reveals his latest lifestyle lessons. It's an exclusive interview with Deepak Chopra, author of "Peace Is the Way," on tonight's edition of "Your World with Neil Cavuto."
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