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If the whole world wants the United Nations to do something about Iran and the U.N. doesn't, do we need the U.N.? We'll examine the pressure on the U.N. to put up or shut down.
Think oil prices are high now? Iran's nuclear rift with the West threatening to push prices upwards of $100/barrel! Is Iran holding America hostage? We'll ask the crew from "Cashin' In": Jonathan Hoenig, portfolio manager at Capitalist Pig Asset Management, and Jonas Max Ferris, founder of MAXFunds.com.
Wal-Mart woes: A healthcare tax is hitting Wal-Mart in the wallet. But does the good news for employees add up to bad news for you? Steve Forbes breaks it all down on tonight's edition of "Your World with Neil Cavuto."
Plus, somewhere is Hillary Clinton smiling? Why a world increasingly electing female leaders could be helping her presidential case.
Then, is this any way to honor a civil rights leader? Why Martin Luther King Day sales stink.
And, should illegal aliens be entitled to workers' compensation? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Michael Wildes, immigration attorney, and William Gheen, president of Americans for Legal Immigration.
Thursday, January 19
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