Terry Williams, who shot a video on the impact of being inside a hot parked car, and KidsAndCars.org’s Janette Fennell on the dangers of leaving children in hot cars.
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and ‘Marry Smart’ author Susan Patton discuss a new report that revealed husbands are happier when they don’t out-earn their wives.
Chapwood Investments’ Ed Butowsky and Political Prospect editor-in-chief Kayleigh McEnany on Apple’s deal with Beats, first-quarter GDP, millennials and investing.
Charlie Gasparino, Tracy Byrnes and Jack Hough on whether CEOs deserve such high pay.
Jo Ling Kent and Samantha Murphy Kelly on Google’s 3D tablet prototype.
Center for Science in the Public Interest’s Caroline Smith DeWaal on the beef and hummus recalls.
Las Vegas Recovery Center Medical Director Mel Pohl on the growing issue of prescription drug misuse among seniors.
FOX News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on Edward Snowden’s latest leak.
Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Stephen Moore on Medicaid and ObamaCare subsidy payments.
Former Sen. Kent Conrad and WL Ross vice chairman James Lockhart on tackling retirement issues.
Americans for Tax Reform Director Mattie Duppler, Progressive columnist Rick Ungar, Kaltbaum Capital Management’s Gary Kaltbaum and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on President George H.W. Bush going against his no new taxes pledge.
Declara CEO Ramona Pierson on using big data to help people learn more easily.
FBN.com’s Kate Rogers, cyber security expert JD Sherry and data security expert Bob Gregg weigh in on the Heartbleed bug and ObamaCare security.
Investment Company Institute’s Brian Reid and ‘Pound Foolish’ author Helaine Olen on the state of Americans’ retirement savings.
BitPremier founder & CEO Alan Silbert on trading with bitcoins.
FNC contributor Juan Williams weighs in on Sarah Palin’s recent comments.
Political analyst James Carville on the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 presidential race.
Genworth Financial CEO Thomas McInerney and Wall Street Journal editor-in-chief Gerard Baker on long-term care insurance.
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Liz MacDonald and Scott Martin on the billionaires that could buy every single home in various cities.