President Bush has requested $87 billion for the continuing war on terror.
Should lawmakers postpone tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans in favor of paying down the increased expenses of the war? We’ll ask Rep. Xavier Becerra, D-Calif.
A federal judge rules that Sept. 11 lawsuits against airlines, port authority and Boeing may proceed. How will this impact an industry that is just staging a comeback? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Michael Boyd, president of the Boyd Group, and Charles Slepian, CEO of Foreseeable Risk Analysis.
From the crackdown, to the lawsuits, next meet Jesse Jordan, who paid a hefty fine for his part in the battle over downloading music.
The Murray twins are back! David and Jonathan Murray of Legg Mason will be here to debate whether stocks or bonds are the smartest investment play.
And, how on earth can French Fry grease be healthy? Charris Ford, founder of Grassolean Solutions, and Daryl Hannah, bio-diesel advocate, explain.
Plus, Mike Ditka (search) was as hard as they come on the football field. But is he tough enough to sell erectile dysfunction medication? Neil goes toe to toe with Iron Mike on tonight’s edition of Your World with Cavuto.
Wednesday, Sept. 10
On a special edition of Your World live from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, we’ll have an in-depth report on the skyrocketing price of fuel.
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