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  1. Al Sharpton ’s VIP travel demands for college speeches

    National Review’s Jillian Melchior on Al Sharpton ’s reported VIP demands when traveling for college speeches.

  2. Sharpton making expense demands from taxpayers-funded institutions?

    Political Strategist Nomiki Konst, FOX News Contributor Deroy Murdock and National Review Investigative Reporter Jillian Kay Melchior on the report showing Al Sharpton ’s expense demands for speeches, his tax issues and the Ferguson police shooting.

  3. Attorneys debate: Did Hillary help herself by deleting emails?

    Attorneys Jonna Spilbor and Matt Kaiser on the Hillary Clinton email scandal.

  4. Has the Obama Administration become too divisive?

    Congress of Racial Equality Spokesperson Niger Innis and Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke on the Obama Administration’s handling of race relations in America.

  5. Fires destroyed Al Sharpton ’s financial records

    National Review’s Jillian Melchior on the mysterious fires burning Al Sharpton ’s financial records.

  6. ISIS training child soldiers?

    Imus in the Morning discusses a variety of topics including their thoughts on foreign policy, ISIS training child soldiers and Hillary Clinton’s e-mail scandal.

  7. Bishop E.W. Jackson: They love the politics of division

    S.T.A.N.D. President Bishop E.W. Jackson on the Obama Administration’s policies on race and law enforcement.

  8. NYPD adopting new stop-and-frisk rules?

    Author Deirdre Imus, Fox News Contributor Bo Dietl, Fox News Radio’s Alan Colmes and ‘Imus in the Morning’s’ Mike Gunzelman and Bernard McGuirk sound off on topics that make them most angry.

  9. FBI Director says police have biases that drive their behavior

    FNC contributor Santita Jackson on FBI Director James Comey’s comments on the police and race and former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s comments on guns.

  10. Should the U.S. use ground troops against ISIS?

    The Mensa panel weighs in on the crisis in Ukraine, the fight against ISIS and new cholesterol guidelines.

  11. Hands up gesture at the Grammys

    FBN’s Charles Payne and Neil Cavuto on the hands up gesture at the Grammys and the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.

  12. What’s the Deal, Neil: Why is Sharpton the go-to guy?

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on Minister Johnathan Gentry and the death of Kayla Mueller.

  1. Hollywood making too many movie sequels?

    Author Deirdre Imus, Fox News Contributor Bo Dietl, Fox News Radio’s Alan Colmes, ‘Imus in the Morning’s’ Bernard McGuirk and Mike Gunzelman sound off on topics that make them most angry.

  2. NYC Mayor de Blasio holds off on endorsing Hillary Clinton for president

    New York Post State Editor Fred Dicker discusses why New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is holding off on endorsing Hillary Clinton for president.

  3. RPT: Sharpton told to stay away from the funeral of Walter Scott

    President of South Carolina’s Tri-County Fraternal Order of Police John Blackmon on the Walter Scott shooting, Al Sharpton issued to stay away from Walter and keeping racial issues out.

  4. South Carolina video shows Walter Scott running from car

    Former NYPD Detective Bo Dietl and Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. on the Walter Scott police shooting and dash cam recording.

  5. Russia hacking the White House?

    Fox News Strategic Analyst Lt. Col. Ralph Peters discusses reports about Russian hackers gaining access to sensitive White House information.

  6. Obama administration stoking anger towards the police?

    TheTeaParty.net Executive Director Niger Innis discusses the Obama administration’s impact on anger towards police officers.

  7. Google’s relationship with White House too cozy?

    Heritage Chief Economist Steve Moore, Democratic Strategist Basil Smikle and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on Google’s access to the White House.

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