Hermancain.com’s Herman Cain on welfare hurting Americans and Fortune’s world’s greatest leaders list.
FBN’s Stuart Varney discusses Elon Musk’s relationship with the media.
‘Dobbs’ host Lou Dobbs sounds off on the media’s hidden agenda.
The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel discusses Google’s relationship with the U.S. government.
Kristi Riordan, COO of the Flatiron School, decided not to ditch her career in finance, but hit the refresh button and learn how to meld her passion for education with her expertise in financial services.
Judge Jeanine Pirro breaks down the details of the Robert Durst murder investigation.
‘Value of debt in retirement’ author Thomas Anderson on defining good debt vs bad debt.
FBN’s Elizabeth MacDonald, Greywolf Execution Partners’ Mark Newton and Reason Magazine Editor-in-Chief Matt Welch on the markets rally after the FOMC statement, FCC Internet regulations weighing on Netflix and TV shows going social.
‘Clinton, Inc.’ author Daniel Halper discusses issues Hillary Clinton may face within her own party during her potential 2016 presidential run.
Jack Marshall of The Wall Street Journal discusses ‘The Pangea Alliance’ between five publishers.
FBN’s Neil Cavuto on Hillary Clinton’s primary challenges and email controversy.
Katie Pavlich of Townhall.com and Rich Lowry of National Review on Coke allegedly paying bloggers to promote the mini can as a healthy snack and Starbucks’ new social commentary ad campaign.
Blendle Creator Alexander Klopping on his app that allows users to pay-per-article.
The Hollywood and Vine panel discusses Zayn Malik’s departure from One Direction, the ‘Golf Boys’, HBO’s ‘The Jinx’ and the BBC’s firing of ‘Top Gear’ host Jeremy Clarkson.
Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton on the foreign policy impact of the crisis in Yemen.
FBN’s Cheryl Casone, Tom Sullivan and George Hamlin of Hamlin Transportation Consulting discuss the Germanwings plane crash.
FBN’s Jo Ling Kent and Nylon Media CEO Paul Greenberg discuss their views on Meerkat, Periscope and Facebook’s new messenger.
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke on the Obama Administration’s impact on race relations and perceptions of law enforcement.
The Accountability Project co-founder Nomiki Konst and The National Review reporter Katherine Timpf on Hillary Clinton’s email scandal and Sen. Ted Cruz’s, (R-TX), decision to run for president in 2016.
Wall Street Journal Media Reporter Shalini Ramachandran and Keep.com CEO Scott Kurnit discuss how HBO, Showtime and Sony want their own special fast lane.