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Democrats are still hitting the president hard on the war in Iraq. But are some in their own party telling them to back off? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, and Angela McGlowan, FOX News political analyst.
With all the media's attention on the accused and not the alleged crimes, is the trial of Saddam going the way of O.J. Simpson? We'll break it down with Lauren Lake, criminal defense attorney, and Lis Wiehl, former prosecutor and FOX News legal analyst.
Plus, they don't call menorahs "holiday lamps" and no one complains when we call the Muslim's holy season, Ramadan. Why all the sensitivity over "Christmas?" We'll get a read from Jeff Jacoby, op-ed columnist for The Boston Globe.
Then, is Congress too busy for pension reform? Steve Forbes, editor in chief of Forbes magazine, weighs in.
And, there's always that one person that's makes an ass out of themselves at the office Christmas party. How can you make sure it's not you this year? We'll get pointers from Mary Mitchell, author of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Etiquette."
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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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