Jim Angle looks at the real impact
TV legend Phil Donahue wonders why the U.S. is even thinking about military action in Syria.
Part-time work accounted for a whopping 77% of the jobs the U.S. economy created from January through July, according to household survey data from the Bureau of Lab...
Who will Obama pick for Chair of the Federal Reserve? Plus - Ted Cruz in Iowa and the race for Virginia governor heats up
Doug Schoen, Pat Caddell and John LeBoutillier discuss Obama's Friday press conference. Plus the scandals intensify, and a preview of the 2016 electoral candidates
Guests debate whether or not America is headed towards the same demise as other great civilizations in history
The Hill's Bob Cusack weighs in
Potomac Research political strategist Greg Valliere weighs in on Obama's speech and the economy.
Economist Ben Powell and Laissez Faire Books executive editor Jeff Tucker weigh in on the value of the Dollar.
Economic research suggests that moderation might be the best course for the Federal Reserve, given uncertainty about the effects of its new asset-purchase program, s...
Stossel explains why he calls himself an "austerian" and his guests will show why budget cuts aren't as big or bad as you may have heard
Stossel examines the differences in economic and social freedom between the states and Kennedy takes a special trip to Denver for a 4/20 celebration
FBN’s Charles Payne says that economist Paul Krugman is unhappy with the jobs report, but calls the Fed the “good guys.”
Chris Stirewalt looks back at the politicians and pundits who’ve made their case over the years
Economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman is leaving his post as a Princeton University professor to join the Graduate Center at the City University of New...
Small business advisor Gene Marks on taxes, political gridlock and what's to come in 2014
Expensify CEO David Barrett and United Advisors Chief Market Strategist Scott Martin on the outlook for Bitcoin.
The Federal Reserve should begin to pull back the pace of its asset purchase program "at the earliest opportunity," said Richard Fisher, the president of the Dallas ...
White House stashing more skeletons than a medical college
Has government slimdown affected coverage?