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State of the planet better off today?

Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Steve Moore discusses Marco Rubio’s tax plan, the state of the planet and the U.S. economy.

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  1. Political assault on climate skeptics?

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology Professor Richard Lindzen argues climate change skeptics face harassment from others who don’t share their beliefs.

  2. Former FEMA Director: Government’s not going to be the answer

    Former FEMA Director Michael Brown and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on allegations of fraud related to Superstorm Sandy insurance claims.

  3. Electricity costs hit record levels

    AM Conservation CEO Todd Recknagel on the rise in electricity prices.

  4. Tonight on Strange Inheritance: Roy Orbison’s lost song and Superstorm comic books

    The sons of Roy Orbison discover he left behind a homemade cassette of a never-released song and a Jersey Shore family hopes to rebuild their ice cream shop wrecked by Hurricane Sandy.

  5. Recipe for making billions in the markets

    Ridgeworth Investments Senior Strategist Alan Gayle and HSW Advisors at HighTower Managing Director Jordan Waxman give tips for investing.

  6. Jersey shore family uses comic books to rebuild after Hurricane Sandy

    Host Jamie Colby travels to the Jersey Shore to follow Brick Wenzel’s journey to sell his family’s secret comic book collection to help rebuild his business after Hurricane Sandy.

  7. Tonight on Strange Inheritance: Superstorm comic books and Roy Orbison’s lost song

    A Jersey Shore family hopes to rebuild their ice cream shop wrecked by Hurricane Sandy and the sons of Roy Orbison discover he left behind a homemade cassette of a never-released song.

  8. Tonight on Strange Inheritance: Superstorm comic books and Roy Orbison’s lost song

    A Jersey Shore family hopes to rebuild their ice cream shop wrecked by Hurricane Sandy and the sons of Roy Orbison discover he left behind a homemade cassette of a never-released song.

  9. Monday on Strange Inheritance: Superstorm comic books

    A Jersey Shore family hopes to rebuild their ice cream shop wrecked by Hurricane Sandy -- by cashing in their inheritance found in the rubble: thousands of mint-condition vintage comic books.

  10. Back-up generator Generac seeing huge profits this winter

    Generac CEO and President Aaron Jagdfeld on the company’s profits, winter weather and marketing.

  11. Rudy Giuliani on war on ISIS

    Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani discusses the terror threat and his outlook for the 2016 elections.

  12. Blizzard marketing: Company’s Tweet through snow

    FBN’s Cheryl Casone and Branding Expert Bruce Turkel discuss how companies got the blizzard to work for them.

  1. Clinton Foundation questions hurting Hillary’s 2016 bid?

    Former Clinton White House Chief of Staff Mack McLarty and Fox News Contributor Monica Crowley weigh in on Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential bid, the questions surrounding donations to the Clinton Foundation and the potential impact of the book ‘Clinton Cash.’

  2. Is Berkshire Hathaway ‘too big to fail?’

    U.K. regulators want Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway classified as ‘too big to fail.’ FOX Business Contributor Bob Rice breaks down what this means for the reinsurance business and your bottom line.

  3. It’s a twister! A look into the life of a storm chaser

    Storm chaser George Kourounis discusses how he chases storms for a living.

  4. Which states are prepared for a recession?

    Which states and local governments are saving for a rainy day? Haverford Trust VP John Donaldson the states least and most prepared for a recession.

  5. Why did the Fed’s Bullard warn of ‘violent’ reaction to rate hike?

    FBN’s Cheryl Casone, Competitive Enterprises Institute Fellow Carrie Scheffield and Independent Women’s Forum Executive Director Sabrina Schaeffer on the warning from the Fed’s Bullard and FEMA funding.

  6. NYC still ill-prepared for a hurricane ?

    Author Deirdre Imus, Author Deirdre Imus, WABC Meteorologist Bill Evans and FBN’s Nat Candido and Dagen McDowell on New York City’s lack of preparation to deal with a potential hurricane , bad parenting, people who talk on their cell phones in restaurants and those who are always late.

  7. Weather getting more extreme due to climate change?

    FBN’s Stuart Varney weighs in on the climate change debate and argues scientists who are skeptical of it get persecuted.

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