Despite jury deliberations that were described as "poisonous" and "irreparably compromised," the judge in the trial of two former Tyco International (TYC) executives has rejected a call to declare a mistrial.
We’ll get reaction from Harvey Pitt, former chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Plus, regardless of the outcome, has the six-month trial become a black eye for the Bush administration’s attempt to crack down on corporate crooks? Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano, and Mickey Sherman, criminal defense attorney.
It's the economy, stupid! Vice President Dick Cheney and Democratic hopeful Sen. John Kerry present their long-term economic plans. Who’s plan will win the hearts and minds of the voters? We’ll examine them with Brian Wesbury, chief economist at Griffin Kubik, Stephens and Thompson, and Lara Rame, chief economist at Brown Brothers Harriman.
We’ll take the market’s temperature with Liz Miller, portfolio manager at Trevor Stewart Burton Jacobsen; Jordan Netburn, senior portfolio manager at Axiom Capital Management, and Wayne Rogers, president of Wayne Rogers and Company.
Plus, how bright is the future for NASA and our space programs? We’ll ask former astronaut and the second man to set foot on the Moon, Buzz Aldrin.
And, no smoking means no business for some restaurants. Now owners are fuming asking their city to lighten up. We’ll examine the economic impact on tonight’s edition of "Your World with Cavuto."
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