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In the face of strong criticism from President Bush's most conservative supporters, Harriet Miers (search) withdraws her nomination to be a U.S. Supreme Court justice.
Is this good news for conservatives? We'll ask Mark Levin, president of the Landmark Legal Foundation and author of "Men in Black."
Or did conservatives just shoot themselves in the foot? We'll get insight from Geraldine Ferraro, former Democratic vice presidential nominee, and David Boies, attorney and author of "Courting Justice."
Can stocks hold steady amidst chaos in Washington? We'll take Wall Street's temperature with Wayne Rogers, president of Wayne Rogers and Company; Scott Bleier, president and founder of Hybrid Investors; Ted Weisberg, president of Seaport Securities, and Joe Moglia, CEO of Ameritrade.
Plus, from the ongoing political war to the war on child obesity: Fitness guru Jack LaLanne and his wife Elaine join us to explain why today's youth needs to get moving!
And, within five years, could you be driving a Chinese-made car? We'll ask Malcolm Bricklin, founder and CEO of Visionary Vehicles.
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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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