Bad stories always lead the news, but what about all the good things happening around the world? Stossel and guests highlight the tremendous progress society has made
Musician Pras Michel and Producer Paul Haggis on their efforts to help rebuild the impoverished nation.
Sojo Studios CEO Lincoln Brown on how by playing the company’s social media games players are helping charities.
Neal Boortz explains the connection between President Obama and the Occupy Wall Street movement and why he says President Obama is assaulting Americans’ sense of self-reliance.
Economist Walter Williams on race, economics and why government aid still has not conquered poverty.
Political Analyst Paul Begala discusses the continued efforts to help those displaced by the earthquake in Haiti in 2010.
Credit card companies have been playing "the heavy" for the last few years, and it's easy to understand why.As many consumers emerge from years of big debt accumulat...
Economist Walter Williams discusses why the war on poverty has hampered many in the black community.
Media analyst Peter Guber and Creative Artists Agency co-founder Bill Haber discuss their efforts to help the children of Haiti .
By Michelle NicholsNEW YORK (Reuters) - Madonna's failed bid to open a school for poor girls in Malawi shows that running a successful charity requires not just good...
Brookstone CEO Ron Boire discusses how you can donate to earthquake victims in Japan.
Fidelity Investments should list the names of all millionaires who refuse to feel wealthy because they don't have more than $7 million.I would like to know who these...
Fox News Contributor Dana Perino on her involvement in charities since leaving the White House.
The Layfield Report’s John Layfield, FBN’s Nicole Petallides and Cheryl Casone on the markets, the May jobs report, Angie’s List, Bank of America and the economy.
Author Deirdre Imus and FNC’s Lis Wiehl on Phil Jackson, Sheryl Sandberg’s ‘Ban Bossy’ campaign, and Beyonce.
Philanthropist Bill Gates on his Foundation's effort to improve health-care globally.
Investigation.com’s Bo Dietl on the government’s automatic spending cuts.
How to respond to negative publicity and the big business and profit made from bad news
Anne Marie Blackman of MyUglyChristmasSweater.com on how she took the growing trend to a new level
According to 2011 data released on Wednesday by the U.S. Census Bureau, 15% of individuals in the United States live below the poverty line. While down from 15.1% la...