FBN’s Ashley Webster on the markets rallying thanks to the Fed’s statement.
AirfareWatchdog.com founder George Hobica on airlines using skinnier seats on their planes.
FBN’s Jeff Flock on lower diesel prices and the impact they can have on household budgets.
Tech Time USA host Jennifer Jolly raises concerns over bending and battery life issues with the iPad Air 2.
The Hill Associate Editor A.B. Stoddard and radio talk show host Dana Loesch on Leon Panetta’s criticisms of Obama Administration policies.
Microbiologist Dr. Gil Mobley weighs in on the threat of the Ebola virus in America.
Emergency Room Physician Dr. Gil Mobley on the government’s response to Ebola.
FBN’s Nicole Petallides with the latest on the markets.
Swiss America Trading Chairman Craig Smith on the Obama Administration’s handling of unrest overseas from Ukraine to ISIS.
Money Map Press’ Keith Fitz-Gerald and USA Today ’s Matt Krantz on Alibaba, Yahoo, Oracle and Amazon.
Fox News contributor Jim Gray on the NFL’s handling of the scandal surrounding Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice.
Foralice Solutions CEO Theresa Payton on the investigation into the cyber attack at JPMorgan.
FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the political and corporate factors working against America’s middle class.
McDonald's to let diners build their own burgers
FBN’s Charles Payne, Fulcrum Securities Chief Strategist Rob Morgan, A&G Capital CIO Hilary Kramer, The Wall Street Journal’s Paul Vigna, retail analyst Hitha Herzog and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall debate whether Millennials will revive the housing market.
Stossel and guests discuss sexual consent, online dating and a college student who became a porn star
FBN’s Lauren Simonetti on a survey about well-paid millennials receiving financial support from their parents.
Consumer Advocate Ralph Nader weighs in on the criminal investigation and legal problems coming to Takata's negligent airbag company and what will happen next.
Investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson on the lengths the Obama Administration will reportedly go to in order to silence reporters.
Home Depot Co-Founder Ken Langone and FNC’s Chris Wallace discuss regulation, the corporate tax debate, and the impact government gridlock.