Stossel and guests compare private vs. government charity and look at innovative ways to help those in need
Patrick Kennedy leads a campaign against marijuana legalization; Kennedy, Matt Welch, and Jason Kanter discuss
Adam Housley reports from Los Angeles
American Majority Action CEO Ned Ryun on the pork in the Sandy Aid Bill.
FOX News legal analyst Lis Wiehl and Deirdre Imus discuss the continued efforts to get aid for victims of the storm.
Rep. Mike Simpson, (R-Idaho), on efforts to ensure any funding requested for Hurricane Sandy recovery goes to the right places and people that need it most.
George H.W. Bush has been called the most experienced man to be president since the Founding Father
Former BP Fund Administrator Ken Feinberg on the challenges ensuring federal money given to states such as New York and New Jersey for Hurricane Sandy relief actually goes to who needs it.
Anna Kooiman reports from New York
Proper role of government in a crisis; hot topics that resurface around elections
Stossel examines whether or not government spending on social programs has been effective in reducing poverty
Highly anticipated speech
James Rosen reports from North Carolina
Superstorm Sandy resulted in 117 deaths in the United States and thousands of homes were destroyed. The Red Cross put on their largest US response in five years.
Johnny Carson supposedly thought his wife was cheating on him with Frank Gifford
Businessman pledges up to $1 million
Potential impact of scandals across Washington and will they benefit anyone leading up to the 2014 midterm elections?
Former McDonald’s USA CEO Ed Rensi on the large amounts of money corporations have already donated to the Boston victim relief fund.
Doug Schoen, Pat Caddell and John LeBoutillier discuss immigration, gun control, Hagel nomination and economic slowdown
How to respond to negative publicity and the big business and profit made from bad news