“2016: Obama’s America” director Dinesh D’Souza on the President’s foreign policy and his performance at the first debate.
Landcolt Trading Managing Director Todd Schoenberger and the Economic Policy Institute's Christian Dorsey on how the security measures affect airlines’ business.
RABAT, Sept 1 (Reuters) - An unpredictable succession, suspicion of foreign influence, diplomatic rows, policy uncertainty and the lingering threat of social unrest ...
LONDON, Aug 9 (Reuters) - Britain is blocking a move to place two alleged Somali pirate commanders on a U.N. sanctions list, fearing it could hurt the British shippi...
CBS News' Chip Reid on how the Shirley Sherrod controversy will change the image of the White House.
We break down whether pay czar Kenneth Feinberg will get banks to return bonuses handed out in 2008.
FNC's Major Garrett on the White House’s pressure on Democrats in Congress to pass funding for Afghanistan and Iraq before their August break.
Britain's prime minister defended BP before meeting U.S. senators seeking a probe into the oil major's role in the release of the Lockerbie bomber, as it tested the ...
Fmr. U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton discusses reports that BP played a role in the early release of the Lockerbie bomber to help its offshore drilling deal with Libya.
Fmr. Rep. John LeBoutillier, (R-NY), on the devastating environmental impact of BP's oil spill in the Gulf.
Fmr. Shell Oil President John Hofmeister argues the government is making it harder for BP to run its enterprise.
Wall Street Journal's Bret Stephens on the oil company's deal to securing oil drilling rights in Libya.
Prudential Douglas Elliman's Jason Haber on turning down Muammar Al-Qaddafi for a townhouse rental.
Libyan Royal Family Member Prince Mahdi al-Senussi on efforts to redevelop the country’s economy.
After the U.S. provided air support while rebels toppled Col. Qaddafi’s regime in Libya, some lawmakers expect the rebels to do what the U.S. wants them to. CATO’s Malou Innocent explains why that’s not the case.
Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton on whether the U.S. should push the new Libyan government to hand over the Lockerbie bomber and where Qaddafi may be hiding.
Imogen Lloyd Webber and Bernard McGuirk debate the government's action against Muammar al-Qaddafi.
Fmr. Secretary of State Lawrence Eagleburger on how the U.S. has handled the unrest in Libya.
Author Imogen Lloyd Webber and Imus’ Executive Producer Bernard McGuirk discuss whether groups should be allowed to protest at the funerals of fallen soldiers.
Schlossberg:Flynn Founding Partner Brian Flynn on why the U.S. should end trade with Libya and put Qaddafi on trial for killing Americans.