Stossel and guests compare private vs. government charity and look at innovative ways to help those in need
Harris Faulkner, Adam Shapiro and Gavin McInnes discuss US Olympic uniforms being made in China
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Claims he wanted to protest criminal justice system
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Father Jonathan Morris on the call to end tax deductions for charitable contributions by the administration.
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Coppy Holzman on his company’s efforts to raise money for charities through online auctions
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If you're visiting your elderly mom or dad and see an excessive amount of junk mail, take note: Your elderly parent might be a prime target for fraud."If your parent...