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TSA body scanners missing guns, knives?

The Wall Street Journal columnist Veronica Dagher, Layfield Report CEO John Layfield and GOP Strategist Adriana Cohen on concerns over TSA body scanners, health records compromised by hackers and the politicians with a potential role in the mortgage crisis.

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  1. Williams: Time to admit thuggish behavior creates legitimate fear

    FOX News political analyst Juan Williams on the unrest in Ferguson, Al Sharpton and race relations in America.

  2. Will PetSmart find a new owner?

    The Wall Street Journal ’s Mike Spector and Dana Mattioli on PetSmart’s cost-reduction program and the possibility of the company selling itself.

  3. White House mishandling Ferguson?

    ‘Please Stop Helping Us’ author Jason Riley argues the Obama Administration’s actions are dividing the country.

  4. When will Fed tighten rates?

    Fort Pitt Capital Group CIO Charlie Smith, Seaport Securities President Ted Weisberg and AverageJoeOptions.com founder Todd Horwitz on the markets and Federal Reserve.

  5. Hewlett-Packard 3Q revenue tops estimates

    Claman on Call: FBN’s Liz Claman with an after-hours web exclusive on the markets, Hewlett-Packard earnings, Federal Reserve, Barnes & Noble and Samsung’s new tablet, the latest innovations in drones and Carl Icahn’s stake in Hertz.

  6. FOMC speech expectations and business alerts

    James Freeman of the Wall Street Journal , and FOX Business Network’s Peter Barnes Charles Gasparino discuss the nearing FOMC speech, Hertz and airlines.

  7. Fed: Show me the data!

    Wall Street Journal chief economic correspondent Jon Hilsenrath and David Robin, Newedge Managing Director, weigh in on what the Fed will do over the next few months.

  8. 13-year-old baseball phenom wows America

    Sports Business Journal’s Dan Kaplan, and The Wall Street Journal ’s Veronica Dagher and James Freeman discuss 13-year-old baseball phenom Mo’ne Davis and Johnny Manziel’s NFL hopes.

  9. Snapchat to expand offerings

    FOX Business Network’s Jo Ling Kent and Wall Street Journal ’s Doug MacMilan weigh in on Snapchat’s future and advertisements.

  10. Poverty contributing to violence in Ferguson?

    FOX News Medical A-Team’s Dr. Keith Ablow on the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri and the ‘affluenza’ teen’s father.

  11. What to expect from Jackson Hole

    PNC Wealth Management chief investment strategist Bill Stone on what investors can expect from Fed chair Janet Yellen’s comments at Jackson Hole.

  12. Sprint takes on competitors with new data plan prices

    The Wall Street Journal reporter Ryan Knutson on Sprint’s new data plan prices.

  1. A library for Millennials…with no books?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, retail analyst Hitha Prabhakar, Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall, FBN’s Tracy Byrnes and Belpointe Asset Management Chief Strategist David Nelson on Florida Polytechnic University’s bookless library.

  2. More people wearing yoga clothes than doing yoga?

    The Wall Street Journal reporter Simon Constable, Diversified Financial ‘s Dominick Tavella and Hitha Prabhakar, FBN contributor and Chief Research Officer of AitchPe Retail, weigh in on yoga clothing sales vs. participation.

  3. Amazon making notable hires for drones?

    Ari Zoldan, Quantum Network CEO, The Wall Street Journal ’s Simon Constable and Profitable Trading’s Jared Levy discuss HP, Amazon, and tech.

  4. Economic growth, education keys to lowering unemployment for African-Americans?

    The Wall Street Journal ’s Dan Henninger on unemployment in the African-American community.

  5. Should U.S. disclose its rescue missions?

    WSJ foreign affairs columnist Bret Stephens and Hedge Fund Research President Ken Heinz on the Pentagon saying that a mission failed to rescue journalist James Foley earlier this summer.

  6. Is Bank of America’s penalty fair?

    Federated Investors Chief Equity Strategist Phil Orlando on Bank of America’s $17 billion settlement.

  7. Worker files charges against Ford, UAW

    The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel on a Ford employee’s lawsuit against the company and the UAW.

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