Bill Gross of Janus Capital on the markets, the Fed and the U.S. economy.
Though it’s unlikely to dampen the mood for the winning Broncos, Super Bowl 50 earnings are subject to California tax rates that are higher than any other state in the nation.
Pfizer on Monday unveiled its slate of executives who will run the combined company after it closes its roughly $150 billion inversion deal to buy Allergan.
A new national poll shows Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders and GOP candidate Marco Rubio’s strengths in general election matchups.
Call it the workings of a digital genius or just coincidence, but Donald Trump has not only maintained his status as one of the frontrunners in the GOP presidential field; he’s also cemented himself as the most digitally savvy candidate.
Washington Times Online Opinion Editor Monica Crowley and American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp on Donald Trump's 2016 presidential bid.
(Ret.) U.S. Army Gen. Jack Keane on a North Korean rocket launch, the United Nations and Russian military drills.
Daily Beast Political Reporter Betsy Woodruff on the New Hampshire primary.
Former Military Intelligence Officer Michael Pregent, National Review Reporter Jillian Melchior and National Review Editor Rich Lowry on the Clinton email investigation.
Fox News Poll Republican Consultant Daron Shaw, Rep. Marsha Blackburn, (R-TN), National Review Editor Rich Lowry and National Review Reporter Jillian Melchior on how Michael Bloomberg could impact the 2016 presidential election if he were to enter the race.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn, (R-TN), on the 2016 presidential race.
Daniel Sieberg of Google News Labs on Super Bowl 50 advertisements.
Forbes Media Chairman Steve Forbes on Bernie Sanders' college tuition plan, Michael Bloomberg and the 2016 presidential race.
Patrick Rice explains why he says he is impacted by the Turing Pharmaceutical drug price hike.
FBN's Liz Claman with an after-hours web exclusive with 'bond king' Bill Gross of Janus Capital.
The Amazing Kreskin unveils his Super Bowl 50 prediction.
FNC's Tucker Carlson on a report about a possible presidential bid from former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
TV Host Montell Williams discusses why he likes Ohio Governor John Kasich for president in 2016.
Trump Campaign National Spokeswoman Katrina Pierson on Donald Trump's 2016 campaign and Michael Bloomberg's potential 2016 bid.
Owens-Illinois Inc. shares rose 3.6% to $12.75 in the extended session Monday after the glass-container maker met quarterly expectations but forecast a weak outlook.
Gap Inc. said same-store sales for January were down 8% with sales for the four-weeks ending Jan. 30 totaling $813 million, down from $888 million in sales for the same period last year.
Anthony Scaramucci of SkyBridge Capital, RegentAtlantic CIO Chris Cordaro and Moody's Chief Economist John Lonski on the markets and economy.
Shares of Qualys Inc. slid in Monday's extended trade after the cybersecurity firm issued a weak profit outlook.
Oil production from seven major U.S. shale plays is expected to fall by 92,000 barrels a day in March from February, according to a monthly
U.S. stocks came off session lows in the final trading hour but still finished Monday with sharp losses.
Cove Strategies Principal Matt Schlapp and syndicated radio host Chris Hahn on the 2016 New Hampshire primary.
Verizon Communications Inc has given Tim Armstrong, chief executive officer of its AOL unit, a leading role in exploring a possible bid for Yahoo Inc's assets, Bloomberg reported, citing a person with knowledge of the situation.
If you want a perfect shave, the wise advice is to go with the grain. It turns out, however, that - going against the grain has been the key to Tristan Walker’s success.
Oil futures fell Monday to settle below $30 a barrel, pressured by ongoing fears about the global oversupply of crude and a lack of action among major producers to cut output.
Gold futures jumped 3.5% on Monday to settle at their highest level since June as sharp losses in the U.S. stock market helped to lift the metal's investment appeal.
The Accountability Project co-founder Nomiki Konst and Former George W. Bush Advisor Brad Blakeman discuss what the presidential candidates need to do to win New Hampshire.
Former Bush 43 Chief of Staff Andy Card discusses why he thinks Governor Jeb Bush will do well in New Hampshire.
Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott (R-MS) discusses why he's supporting Ohio Governor John Kasich in 2016.
Yelp Inc. on Monday said its chief financial officer was leaving as it reported another quarterly loss, driven by higher spending.
Former Reagan Economic Advisor Art Laffer says he sees desperation in the Clinton camp.
Former Governor Michael Dukakis, (D-Mass.), on the economy and the race for the White House.
Former Bush 43 Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove on the political fallout of the market selloff and down economy.
'Unlikeable' Author Ed Klein on Hillary Clinton's email scandal.
Heritage Distinguished Fellow Steve Moore on the world economy and the corporate tax rate.
Ohio Governor John Kasich on his campaign's final push for New Hampshire.
Kenai Capital Management Owner Tres Knippa discusses whether the world is heading towards a recession.
Chipotle Mexican Grill stores were shut for four hours on Monday for a nationwide all-staff meeting on food safety that was prompted by recent outbreaks of food-borne illnesses linked to the burrito chain.