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Could the "war on Christmas" cripple the U.S. economy? We'll debate the issue with Bill O'Reilly, host of "The O'Reilly Factor."
What's the hold up? Why do we have to wait more than another month before Congress decides if Samuel Alito is fit to sit on the Supreme Court? We'll ask Tom Donohue, chairman of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, why he thinks it's time for Congress to get moving.
Could calls for a boycott of Aruba actually help tourism on the island nation? Tom Parsons, CEO of BestFares.com, breaks down how boycotts transfer into great deals.
November was a good month for stocks. What will December bring? We'll get a read from the folks at "Forbes on FOX:"
• Jim Michaels, editorial vice president
• Lea Goldman, staff writer
• Quentin Hardy, Silicon Valley bureau chief
Plus, the hurricane season officially ends, even as Tropical Storm Epsilon swirls in the Atlantic. There were 13 hurricanes this year, including four monsters that hit the U.S. mainland. Could 2006 be even worse? Special guest Bill Nye weighs in on tonight's edition of "Your World with Neil Cavuto."
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