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Obama forced to drop the 529 tax?

Rep. Darrell Issa, (R- CA), on the 529 Tax, tax reform and California getting a mileage tax.

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  1. Google’s State of the Union searches

    LaToya Drake of Google Trends on the most frequently searched for items on Google during the State of the Union.

  2. 25 states sign on to legal battle executive amnesty

    Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on states taking on the Obama Administration over the immigration executive action.

  3. Solar subsidy scam?

    Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Stephen Moore, Kaltbaum Capital Management President Gary Kaltbaum and FBN’s Cheryl Casone on solar subsidies and Senator Feinstein’s husband's government contract.

  4. NFL investigating Patriots for deflating footballs?

    The Vinnie from Queens panel weighs in on reports of the New England Patriots being investigated for deflating footballs, the upcoming Super Bowl and the scandal surrounding Greg Anthony.

  5. FBI warns of fake kidnapping calls

    FBI NY Special Agent in Charge of New York Richard Frankel and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the rise of kidnapping scam calls.

  6. House bill to overturn executive amnesty heads to Senate

    The Polling Company CEO Kellyanne Conway and The Blaze Hot List host Amy Holmes on the Republican’s handling of President Obama’s immigration executive action and trade powers.

  7. Charles Payne debates President Obama’s free community college proposal

    FBN’s Charles Payne, Lebenthal Asset Management CEO James Lebenthal, Heritage Capital President Paul Schatz, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, retail analyst Hitha Herzog and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall debate the impact of the Obama Administration’s free community college plan.

  8. Neil’s Spiel: President Obama proposes 2 years of free community college?

    Political Prospect Editor Kayleigh McEnany and FBN’s Neil Cavuto, Liz MacDonald and Tracy Byrnes on the Obama Administration’s free community college plan.

  9. Get a counterfeit Apple Watch for $27?

    Political Prospect Editor Kayleigh McEnany and FBN’s Neil Cavuto, Liz MacDonald and Tracy Byrnes on LA Clippers owner Steve Ballmer’s dance moves, Chinese manufacturers already making Apple Watch knockoffs and the Department of Justice jumping into the trademark fight over the Washington Redskins’ name.

  10. Who benefits from the free community college proposal?

    Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Steve Moore, George Washington University Professor David Rehr and The Princeton Review Senior V.P. Rob Franek debate the Obama Administration’s free community college proposal.

  11. API CEO: Keystone will be approved this year

    API CEO Jack Gerard explains why Keystone will be approved this year even though President Obama might veto the bill.

  12. Placing a bet on the Winter Classic: Deep dish pizza vs. half-smoke sausage

    FBN’s Rich Edson and Jeff Flock place a bet on which team will win the 2015 NHL Winter Classic.

  1. Will the Fed raise rates in 2016?

    First Trust Advisors Chief Economist Brian Wesbury, Federated Investors Global Equities CIO Stephen Auth and Beaconcrest Capital Management CIO Kevin Divney discuss their forecast for an interest rate increase.

  2. Elevator Pitch: Helping e-commerce find cool products

    Modalyst CEO Jill Sherman has 30 seconds to make a pitch for her business in a moving elevator.

  3. The push to tax 529 plans

    University of Pennsylvania President Amy Gutmann, Harvard President Drew Gilpin Faust and Princeton President Christopher Eisgruber on President Obama’s proposal to tax 529 college plans.

  4. Should the Patriots be penalized before the Super Bowl?

    The Vinnie from Queens panel weighs in on the scandal surrounding the New England Patriots, the payment of NFL cheerleaders and Tiger Woods.

  5. ING CEO: Europe needs structural reform

    ING CEO Ralph Hamers on the ECB decision, the regulatory environment and the marriage of technology and banking.

  6. Making ads more personal and profitable

    Agilone CEO Omer Artun explains how he helps companies predict consumer behavior so they can build long-relationships with customers.

  7. Bill, Melinda Gates see most change for poor in next 15 years

    Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation CEO Susan Desmond-Hellman say’s the company founders are making a big bet that the next 15 years could see the most change for the poor than any other time in history.

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