Fox News Correspondent Lea Gabrielle, Takimag.com Columnist Gavin McInnes and comedian Jimmy Failla on Madonna kissing Drake on stage and Jordan Spieth winning the 2015 Masters.
FNC political analyst Juan Williams on the impact of Al Sharpton.
Kelley Blue Book Senior Market Analyst Alec Gutierrez on why new car transaction prices hit a new peak in December and continue to rise.
Barrett-Jackson CEO Craig Jackson on the auction of Ron Pratte’s world famous car collection.
FBN’s Nicole Petallides on the highlights from the day in the markets.
Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Steve Moore on the impact of Japan’s economy on the U.S. markets.
Nielsen EVP Matt O’Grady outlines the company’s new study that shows out-of-home viewing adds to TV ratings.
Lexus, Toyota top latest vehicle reliability rankings
FBN’s Jo Ling Kent breaks down Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s speech at Tsinghua University in China.
Antique Automobile Club of America Steve Moskowitz on the 9,000 vendors selling car parts at the annual Hershey car swap.
FBN’s Adam Shapiro shows off various cars at the annual RM Auction in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra tells FBN’s Jo Ling Kent the company is focused on doing the “right thing” for its customers and plans to set a new standard for safety in the auto industry.
Stossel and his family members talk about out-of-the-ordinary things they've tried
Former Sen. Scott Brown, (R-MA), and Former Federal Prosecutor Doug Burns discuss the state of Boston almost two-years later.
California Gov. Jerry Brown has ordered mandatory statewide water restrictions to deal with the historic drought. Water expert Robert Glennon discusses the impact on the California economy.
The Vinnie from Queens panel weighs in on the NCAA tournament, Tom Brady and David Ortiz.
FBN’s Jeff Flock breaks down the results of J.D. Power’s New Vehicle Dependability Study.
Business reporter Tracey Chang on the Asian market movers.
General Motors Executive Vice President Mark Reuss discusses the latest vehicles from Chevrolet and Buick .
Volkswagen America President and CEO Michael Horn on vehicle sales, the VW Golf and competition from Buick .