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Getting New Orleans (search) back on its feet! Rebuilding businesses and generating tourism is essential to the city's survival. But will it happen anytime soon? We'll ask Donald Trump, chairman and CEO of the Trump Organization.
Hurricane Katrina has taken a human toll, but will it take a toll on the economy? We'll ask Brian Wesbury, chief investment strategist of Claymore Advisors LLC.
With Congress earmarking billions of dollars for hurricane relief, is it time to raise taxes? We'll ask John Berthoud, president of the National Taxpayers Union.
Howard Milstein, chairman of Emigrant Savings Bank, joins us to explain how his bank is reaching out to help its customers devastated by Katrina.
Is New Orleans the next Love Canal? We'll get insight from environmental attorney Michael Goldstein.
And, we'll have complete FOX Team coverage of the hurricane-devastated region from correspondents:
• Molly Henneberg in Baton Rouge, LA
• Shepard Smith in Gulfport, MS
• Alicia Acuna in Houston, TX
• David Lee Miller in New Orleans, LA
We'll examine the facts and have surprising answers on tonight's "Your World."
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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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