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Neil’s Spiel: ObamaCare coverage in jeopardy from Supreme Court decision
Former Gov. Michael Dukakis, (D-Mass.), and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the potential fallout from the upcoming Supreme Court decision on ObamaCare.
Washington Post reporter accused of espionage in Iran
Fox News Contributor Judy Miller and Washington Times Online Opinion Editor Monica Crowley weigh in on the Washington Post reporter’s closed espionage trial in Iran, how Russia could use prisoners...
Judge drops domestic violence charges against Ray Rice
Attorneys Wendy Patrick and Doug Burns on the arrest of a suspect in the DC mansion murders and a judge’s decision to dismiss the domestic violence charges against Ray Rice.
Takata recall could take 5-10 years to complete?
FoxNews.com Automotive Editor Gary Gastelu and United Advisors Chief Market Strategist Scott Martin on Takata’s airbag recall and Texas banning Tesla from selling cars directly to consumers.
Man diagnosed with listeria-related illness sues Blue Bell
Attorney Nick Fortuna on a lawsuit a man filed against Blue Bell after contracting a listeria-related illness.
Guilty plea in the murder of Google exec.
FNC’s Jonathan Hunt on the alleged prostitute in California sentenced to six years in prison for the death of Google executive Forrest Hayes.
Hillary Clinton will release her emails?
Reason magazine managing editor Katherine Mangu-Ward, FBN’s Dagen McDowell and Comedian Sherrod Small discuss the Hillary Clinton email scandals and Gov. Christie embracing the NSA.
Lou Dobbs talks Obama’s foreign policy and fighting ISIS
FBN’s Lou Dobbs gives his commentary on the White House strategy to fight ISIS.
Hillary Clinton breaks silence on email scandal
American Center for Law & Justice Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow weighs in on the Clinton email scandal.
High Court Ruling Adds Protections for Investors in 401(k) Plans
Overseers of 401(k) retirement plans have an ongoing duty to ensure investments are prudent, the Supreme Court said Monday in a ruling that adds protections for the worker savings programs.
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