President Bush told the United Nations (search) Tuesday that it's time for the international community to step up and show Iraq and Afghanistan -- two countries the United States led military action in -- that the world is on their side.
We’ll gauge international reaction and examine whether France is becoming more isolated with Cliff May, president of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, and George Leclere, former French broadcaster and the executive director of the International Television Academy.
As an 11-judge panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals prepares to decide whether to allow California's recall election to go forward as planned, we’ll be joined by Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., the man who spent some $1.6 million of his own money to push for the California recall.
We’ll digest the latest earnings reports from the big brokerages with John Caldwell, chief investment strategist at McDonald Financial Group; David Nelson, president of DC Nelson Asset Management, and Hilary Kramer, president of A&G Capital.
Plus, is the battle to seize assets of organizations that fund terrorism being handcuffed by the administration’s unwillingness to ruffle Saudi Arabian feathers? We’ll examine the issue with Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, who will chair a closed hearing of the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee on the financial war on terror.
And, you can't smoke at work, or in bars. Should a smoking ban extend to your own car? We'll get a fair and balanced debate with New York Assemblyman Alexander "Pete" Grannis, and Audrey Silk, co-founder of the New York City based pro-smokers group CLASH.
That's tonight on Your World with Cavuto.
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