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Simona De Silvestro, Izod IndyCar Series driver, on her racing career, and her car sponsors.

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  1. 13K Fewer People Applied for Unemployment Last Week

    FBN's Sandra Smith on unemployment applications and McDonald's 11% increase in profits during the first quarter.

  2. Will Zuckerberg Alienate Conservatives?

    Monica Crowley, FOX News contributor, on Facebook's choice to have a town hall with President Obama and the chance Mark Zuckerberg stands of alienating conservatives.

  3. Henninger: Obama is Getting Testy

    Dan Henninger, WSJ deputy Editorial Page editor, on the difference in the president's personality and his recent comments off-mic during interviews.

  4. Betting on Obama's Spending Bill

    Douglas Holtz-Eakin, former Congressional Budget Office director, weighs in on tax reform and what will get done in the president's spending bill.

  5. Generic Drugs Becoming More Popular

    Dr. Manny Alvarez on spending on prescription drugs and the most prescribed drugs in the U.S.

  6. Bryce: Obama's Energy Policies Inconsistent

    Robert Bryce, "Power Hungry" author, on energy policies and the Obama administration's take on clean energy.

  7. A Brand New Take on Jeep

    FBN's Jeff Flock with Jeep Brand CEO and President Mike Manely on the differences in the new Jeep models and the company's future plans.

  8. Two Online Poker Sites Restored to Facilitate Refunds

    FBN's Sandra Smith on online poker players being able to get refunds from two of the sites shut down last week, and a market update.

  9. Obama Goes 'Interactive' on Debt

    FNC's Bret Baier on President Obama's Facebook event today and the S&P debt warning given earlier this week.

  10. Nowicki: Rajaratnam Jury Needs to Send a Message to Wall Street

    FBN's Charlie Gasparino and former SEC Attorney Elizabeth Nowicki give their closing arguments on the Raj Rajaratnam insider trading case.

  11. Peltier: March Housing Starts Encouraging

    HomeServices Chairman and CEO Ron Peltier on the housing market and the most recent housing data being a good sign for the industry.

  12. The Fine Line Between Betting and Skills

    Greg Raymer, World Series of Poker champion, on the government crackdown on online poker and his opinion on why it isn't illegal.

  1. Politics Getting too Political?

    Former Clinton Advisor Doug Schoen and John LeBoutllier, former New York congressman, weigh in on what both Democrats and Republicans are doing wrong in government today.

  2. Sony Delays Earnings Due to Japanese Disaster

    FBN's Sandra Smith on Sony pushing back its earnings report til May due to the disaster in Japan forcing it to close down plants.

  3. How to Turn Pessimism Around

    Bob Grady, economic advisor to NJ Governor Chris Christie, on why so many people are feeling pessimistic about the economy and budget deficit, and how to reverse this trend.

  4. Obama's Commission to Investigate Gas Prices

    FBN's Rich Edson weighs in on the president's new commission which is set to explore what is driving gas prices so high.

  5. Raj Feeling Optimistic as Trial Comes to a Close

    FBN's Charlie Gasparino on the Raj Rajaratnam trial and the defendant's optimism on his acquittal.

  6. Investment Advice from Kiss

    FBN's Jeff Flock with Kiss members unveiling the new Mini Cooper model, which will be auctioned off on eBay for UNICEF.

  7. Spring Technology Buyers Guide

    Walt Mossberg, WSJ Personal Technology columnist, on what technology buyers should invest in this spring, and how tablets are taking over the laptop market.

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