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Former President Jimmy Carter (search) slams the detention of terror suspects at the Guantanamo Bay Naval base as an embarrassment that gives extremists an excuse to attack the United States.
Should a former president, whatever his views, be expressing them to a foreign audience? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Steve Malzberg, talk show host, and David Corn, Washington editor of The Nation.
Do the recent NASA (search) ills give us a chance to look for non-NASA answers? We'll get insight from Dennis Tito, the first space tourist and CEO of Wilshire Associates.
A Saudi king dies and oil prices rise. What's the connection? We'll ask Craig Unger, author of "House of Bush, House of Saud."
Plus, what does King Fahd's death mean for our markets? We'll take the market's temperature with David Katz, president of Matrix Asset Advisors; Anthony Chan, managing director and senior economist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, and Jack Styman, chief market strategist at Invested Central.
Then, Atkins Nutritionals (search) goes bankrupt. We'll look at what went wrong with Dr. Eric Braverman, director of the Path Medical Foundation and author of "The Edge Effect."
And, President Bush is pushing for John Bolton's (search) appointment as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. But why do some say if Bolton is selected, the U.S. economy could pay the price?
We’ll expose the inside story on tonight’s edition of “Your World.”
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