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Is President Bush doing the right things to get his administration back on track? We'll ask Leo Hindery, managing partner of Intermedia Partners and author of "It Takes a CEO."

The markets have shrugged off low poll numbers for the president, more bombings in Iraq and a terror attack in Jordan. What does Wall Street know that we don't? We'll ask Adam Lashinsky, senior writer at Fortune magazine, and Joe Battipaglia, chief investment officer at Ryan Beck and Company.

Then, as we honor our heroes this Veterans Day, meet retired Private Kenny Adams and his wife, Kate — who have been getting support from the Coalition to Salute America's Heroes.

And, she was fired for what an independent panel called a "faulty" report on President Bush's National Guard service. Now, CBS News producer Mary Mapes joins us to explain why she's sticking to her guns and insisting that the story is true.

These topics and much more...it's all part of "Your World" today with Neil Cavuto!

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