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Can the U.S., Israel live with a nuclear Iran?

Council on Foreign Relations President Dr. Richard Haass discusses Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech, Iran’s nuclear program and the Hillary Clinton email controversy.

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  1. Bill Gross: I think the Federal Reserve should move slowly

    Janus capital Group’s Bill Gross warns of the risks of central banks’ ultra-low rate policies.

  2. Veronica Vain goes from Wall Street to porn

    In an interview with FBN's Charlie Gasparino, adult film star Veronica Vain discusses how she went from a Lazard intern to scoring a six-figure adult film deal.

  3. How will Netanyahu’s speech influence Congress?

    Fox News National Security Analyst KT McFarland discusses Israel Prime Minister Netanyahu’s visit to the U.S. and the murder of Putin critic Boris Nemtsov.

  4. Nasdaq hits 5,000

    FBN’s Maria Bartiromo, Jo Ling Kent and Liz MacDonald discuss the Nasdaq hitting 5,000.

  5. Deja vu: Are we headed towards another tech bubble?

    Personal Capital CEO Bill Harris discusses whether investors should worry about another tech bubble like in 2000 as the Nasdaq approaches record highs.

  6. China rate cut lifts Asian shares

    Business reporter Tracey Chang on the Asian market movers.

  7. Credit card switch to chips moves slowly

    CreditSesame.com credit expert John Ulzheimer, University of Maryland Economist Peter Morici and personal finance expert Vera Gibbons on the slow progress in the transition to credit card chip-and-pin technology and the state of the economy.

  8. Dow has best month since January of 2013

    Claman on Call: FBN’s Liz Claman with an after-hours web exclusive on the markets, the growth of Blaze Pizza and what to expect from Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett’s 50th annual shareholder’s letter.

  9. The most overlooked home-related tax deductions

    MoneyPit.com founder Tom Kraeutler on the home-related deductions to reduce your tax bill.

  10. Sexism in Silicon Valley?

    Arbor Ventures Managing Partner Melissa Guzy and Gordon & Rees’s Managing Partner Mercedes Colwin discuss the lawsuit targeting Kleiner Perkins over alleged gender discrimination.

  11. Why will Tampa be seeing a huge change downtown?

    Board of Directors of Liverpool Football Club Jeff Vinik on his Tampa real estate development expansion plans and owning the Tampa Bay Lightning.

  12. Can ISIS be defeated without U.S. ground troops?

    Author Deirdre Imus, Imus in the Morning’s Bernard McGuirk and Mike Gunzelman, Fox News Contributor Bo Dietl and FNC’s Alan Colmes sound off on topics that make them most angry.

  1. How to spot financial infidelity with your spouse

    Ken and Melanie Grant of Waterstone Private Wealth Management give tips for spotting financial infidelity in a relationship.

  2. Solar3D CEO on listing on Nasdaq, growth

    Solar3D CEO James Nelson on the strength of the solar business in the face of falling energy prices.

  3. Why would Clinton use her private e-mail for business?

    Former White House Chief of Staff Andy Card discusses the latest developments on the Hillary Clinton e-mail scandal and his thoughts on tax reform.

  4. New IRA match program for solo retirement savers

    Fidelity Senior V.P. for Retirement Lauren Brouhard on the firm’s plan to help Americans save more for retirement.

  5. Will eliminating Fannie, Freddie drop U.S. home values?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and Rafferty Capital Bank Analyst Dick Bove discuss the impact of the government getting rid of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

  6. A lifetime’s worth collection of military artifacts

    Host Jamie Colby travels to California to check out a collection of military artifacts a woman inherited from her father.

  7. The world’s tallest thermometer in the ‘Gateway to Death Valley’

    Host Jamie Colby travels to Baker, California to learn the story of a family’s 134-foot thermometer.

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