Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk weighs in on the minimum wage debate in the U.S. and its potential impact on younger Americans.
Political Prospect editor Kayleigh McEnany weighs in on polls about millennials’ lack of trust in Obama and the 2014 midterms.
Former Sen. Joe Lieberman and FBN’s Liz MacDonald on Secretary of State John Kerry’s ‘apartheid’ comment and the Clippers owner controversy.
Political Prospect Editor Kayleigh McEnany on Millennials’ potential impact on the 2016 presidential election.
FBN’s Cheryl Casone on why Chinese investors are buying properties in U.S. college towns.
Thad Russell and Remi Spencer on Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s push to end campus sex assault.
Author Jason Mattera on millennials and a Robin Hood tax on Wall Street.
Stossel and guests debate whether or not there really is a battle being waged against females
When saving money for a child's college education, tuition isn't the only concern. A recent survey by the College Board found on-campus room and board accounts for m...
New York Post columnist Naomi Schaefer Riley on the economics of sex.
Special edition of 'Stossel' hosted at the Student's for Liberty Conference in Washington, D.C.
This week we found jobs in accounting, finance, fitness, and manufacturing. Pay special attention to Retro Fitness, their franchise plans in 2014 may be just the ti...
Canadian startup Me-Ality uses body scanning technology to help shoppers find perfectly fitting jeans in five Bloomingdale’s locations across the U.S.
FOX Business Network’s Jo Ling Kent and Wall Street Journal’s Doug MacMilan weigh in on Snapchat’s future and advertisements.
Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk on a poll about millennials and the economy, Rand Paul and the legalization of marijuana.
FBN’s Lauren Simonetti breaks down the latest mid-market M&A news.
DailySurge.com’s Jason Mattera on President Obama’s leadership, foreign policy, his comments on the situation in Ukraine and multi-generational housing.
The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Jason Riley on his book about African-Americans and government poverty programs.
The Mensa panel weighs in on priest celibacy rules, Michael Bloomberg and Maureen Dowd.
Chegg CEO Dan Rosensweig on the company’s expansion beyond textbooks.