Topics and Guests for October 6

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Could a new drug keep women from getting cervical cancer? We'll get the details from Dr. Douglas Lowy, deputy director of the National Cancer Institute, and Margaret Mcglynn, president of Merck Vaccines.

From the Oval Office to the corner office, what can executives do to protect themselves from corporate espionage? We'll get insight from Buck Revell, former associate deputy director of the FBI.

Another big step in New Orleans' recovery comes as Marriott re-opens its downtown hotel. But how long before we see tourists filling that hotel instead of construction workers? We'll ask Bill Marriott, chairman and CEO of Marriott International.

Plus, we'll get an update on the faith-based efforts in the Gulf Coast from Father Larry Snyder, president of Catholic Charities USA.

Then, wildfires continue to burn in California, Tropical Storm Tammy (search) hits the Southeast and a snowstorm not seen in close to 130 years hits North Dakota. Is Mother Nature trying to tell us something? We'll ask Joe Bastardi, senior meteorologist for Accuweather.

With winter energy bills set to arrive soon, are consumers starting to save and not spend? We'll take Wall Street's temperature with Leigh Gallagher, senior editor at SmartMoney; Chris Lahiji, president of; Max Ferris, founder, and Dr. Bob Froehlich, chief investment strategist at Deutsche Asset Management.

With Washington worried about huge deficits due to Hurricane Katrina (search), should Uncle Sam toughen rules for rebuilding homes in hurricane hot zones?

We'll break down how it could impact you and at what cost on a special edition of "Your World" live from Washington, D.C.

And, how can you storm-proof your home? We'll ask homebuilder extraordinaire, Bob Vila, host of 'Bob Vila.'

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