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President Bush wants to protect the U.S. from the avian flu. But is his plan a waste of your money? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from John Rutledge, chairman of Rutledge Capital, and Dr. Holly Phillips, general internist associated with Lenox Hill Hospital.
Plus, reaction from Treasury Secretary John Snow.
The Federal Reserve raises interest rates. How did Wall Street react? We'll take the market's temperature with Jonathan Hoenig, portfolio manager at Capitalist Pig Hedge Fund; Scott Bleier, president and founder of Hybrid Investors; Patricia Powell, president of the Powell Financial Group, and Barry James, president of James Advantage Funds.
Could Judge Alito's faith collide with the Constitution? Liberty University's Rev. Jerry Falwell sounds off.
He wants to drill into oil profits! Sen. Judd Gregg (search), R-N.H., chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, speaks out on his controversial tax plan on tonight's "Your World."
And, is the clamor for oil companies to give back profits and for pharmaceutical companies to give away valuable flu drugs akin to communism? We'll ask Charles Payne, CEO of Wall Street Strategies.
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