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The cleanup, the rebuilding and the price tag. Who will pick up the cost for cleaning up after Hurricane Katrina? FOX News' Dagen McDowell investigates.
Plus, forget insurance. Jack Chambless, professor of Valencia Community College, explains why he thinks not one taxpayer dollar should go toward rebuilding the city of New Orleans (search).
Were gas prices headed higher regardless of Hurricane Katrina's wrath? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Tom Petrie, chairman and CEO of Petrie Parkman and Company, and Leigh Gallagher, senior editor at Smart Money Magazine.
One hundred and twenty three Wal-Mart (search) stores were closed due to Hurricane Katrina. Now, H. Lee Scott Jr., president and CEO of Wal-Mart, joins us to announce his company's contribution to the Salvation Army's disaster relief efforts.
In addition to the search and recovery efforts, many are extremely concerned about the health and well being of the stranded and homeless in the coming days and weeks. Dr. Holly Phillips, internist at the Lennox Hill Hospital in New York City, weighs in.
Hugo Chavez to the rescue? The Venezuela president plans to offer heating oil to some of the poorest communities in the United States, especially those just hit by Hurricane Katrina. Why? FOX News' Steve Centanni has the story.
Then, is Hugo Chavez crazy like a Fox or is he really out to help people? Lt. Col. Ralph Peters, author of "New Glory," weighs in.
And, are there any similarities between World War II and Iraq? President Bush seems to think so. We'll ask WWII veteran Tom Mahoney if he sees the comparison.
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"Your World with Neil Cavuto" offers news and insight on Wall Street and other market activities, while wrapping up the business news of the day. Named "the best interviewer in broadcast business news" by The Journalist and Financial Reporter, Neil Cavuto identifies why and how events happen.
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