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President Bush heads to Fort Bragg (search), N.C., to address the nation about his commitment to help create a free, democratic and safe Iraq. What does big business want to hear the president say? We'll ask Kay Koplovitz, founder of USA Networks and CEO of Koplovitz and Company, and ad guru Jerry Della Femina.
Plus, what does Wall Street make of the Iraq war? We'll take the market's temperature with Jonas Max Ferris, founder of MAXfunds.com; Tom Adkins, founder of CommonConservative.com, and Jordan Goodman, financial author.
Gene imaging: miracle or menace? We'll examine the consequences of this new science with Dr. Celia Fisher, bioethicist and professor of psychology at Fordham University.
Plus, if you weigh more, should you have to pay more? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Dan Ackman, senior columnist for Forbes, and Dr. Walter Koppel, medical director of Mexex Assistance.
And, another bump at the pump? Could the rising price to fill your ride shift your investments into high gear? We'll ask oil tycoon, Boone Pickens (search), on tonight's edition of "Your World with Neil Cavuto."
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