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Rep. Issa on government transparency, FOIA

Rep. Darrell Issa, (R-CA), discusses government transparency, Google’s relationship with the government and the Freedom of Information Act.

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    Bounkham and Alecia Phonesavanh on the drug raid that occurred at their home, injuring their baby.

  2. Death by drone justified

    Katherine Mangu-Ward and Thaddeus McCotter on the government’s use of drones.

  3. Fighting for privacy

    Rep. Kevin Yoder on tightening privacy protection policy.

  4. Stossel 05/01/2014: You Can't Say That

    Stossel and guests look at recent examples of free speech being squelched

  5. Bipartisan group slams U.S. SEC for resisting email privacy reform

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  6. Washington, DC Mayor signs bill to decriminalize pot

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  7. Edward Snowden to speak from Russia at SXSW

    Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk on the NSA and Edward Snowden’s upcoming SXSW appearance via teleconference.

  8. Can a Drone Bust You for Speeding?

    Despite all the buzz surrounding recent polls and research, don't expect drones to be issuing you a speeding ticket any time soon.Last year, President Obama signed l...

  9. Busted By a License-Plate Reader

    Here is what may have happened the last time you drove past a police car or under an overpass: A license plate reader (LPR) used its high-speed camera to capture a p...

  10. Supreme Court asked to review leaked Verizon ruling

    A civil liberties group is taking the unusual step of asking the Supreme Court to review a ruling by a secretive intelligence court that authorized government access...

  11. Same-Sex Marriage, Real Estate and the Law

    Same-sex couples often jump through legal hoops when dealing with their joint finances -- and owning real estate is no exception. If the Supreme Court strikes down t...

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    In a decision that could have wide-ranging impacts, the highest U.S. court ruled Thursday biotech companies can't patent your genes. But they can stake their claim t...

  1. The expanding case against Robert Durst

    Attorney Remi Spencer and FNC legal analyst Mercedes Colwin on the latest in the Robert Durst case and former NFL star Darren Sharper’s sex assault case.

  2. Who were the social media winners of the Super Bowl?

    Netbase CEO Peter Caswell and Editor-at-Large of Mashable Lance Ulanoff on the Super Bowl social media winners and losers.

  3. California law driving egg prices higher?

    ‘Taxifornia’ author James Lacy weighs in on a California law that could drive up the prices of eggs and the state’s potential mileage fee for drivers.

  4. California law driving egg prices higher?

    ‘Taxifornia’ author James Lacey weighs in on a California law that could drive up the prices of eggs and the state’s potential mileage fee for drivers.

  5. Is militarizing police wrong answer for protests?

    ‘Red Eye’ Co-Host Andy Levy, ‘Dear Reader’ Author Michael Malice, ‘The Independents’ Matt Welch and Kmele Foster discuss militarizing police, government spending and the costs of security.

  6. FBI using fake cell towers for data?

    United States Continued Service CEO Jonathan Gilliam on whether the FBI using fake cell towers to track data is invading privacy.

  7. Amtrak’s safety guidelines not making trains safer?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, A&G Capital CIO Hilary Kramer, small business expert Susan Solovic, retail analyst Hitha Prabhakar and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on Amtrak’s list of ‘suspicious’ behavior to watch for.

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