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What’s the Deal, Neil: Why the big deal over deflated footballs?

FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the New England Patriots’ deflate-gate.

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  1. Better values for investors overseas?

    Al Frank Asset Management CIO John Buckingham, USAA Investment Solutions CIO Bernie Williams and Bulls-Eye Options Chief Strategist Alan Knuckman on the outlook for stocks.

  2. Stossel 06/12/14: Libertarians vs. Conservatives

    A showdown between two schools of political thought on drugs, marriage and the military

  3. No NFL, no deal for AT&T and DirecTV?

    The Wall Street Journal’s Shalini Ramachandran and FNC’s Brian Kilmeade on the importance of the NFL in the AT&T, DirecTV deal.

  4. Netflix calls out Comcast

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald reports that Netflix says Comcast deliberately slowed down its streams.

  5. Lawmakers Press Comcast on TWC Merger

    Comcast Corp (NASDAQ:CMCSA) and Time Warner Cable Inc (NYSE:TWC) executives sought to reassure lawmakers on Wednesday that their planned merger would not send cable ...

  6. Comcast, TWC merger update

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald reports the Senate judiciary hearing for the Comcast, TWC merger has been delayed.

  7. Inside Look: The Genesis of IRS Political Pressure

    The 2010 Congressional midterm elections were approaching. Attacks on the Tea Party and groups calling for less government spending and taxation were in full swing.P...

  8. Justice Department Seeks Case Against S&P

    The Justice Department asked a federal judge to allow its lawsuit against Standard & Poor's Ratings Services to move forward on Monday.The filing in a California dis...

  9. Schwab reverses ban on client class-action lawsuits

    Charles Schwab Corp has temporarily reversed its requirement that clients waive their right to bring class-action lawsuits, adding a new twist in a battle closely wa...

  10. States urge SEC to halt forced investor arbitrations

    State securities regulators on Friday urged the SEC to prohibit Wall Street brokerages from requiring customers to settle legal disputes through arbitration, which p...

  11. Democrats Urge SEC to Ban Mandatory Arbitration Clauses

    Dozens of congressional Democrats are joining the push for the Securities and Exchange Commission to prevent brokerages from including mandatory arbitration clauses ...

  12. Why is the Administration Opposing States’ Voter ID Laws?

    “Who’s Counting” author John Fund on state efforts to have stricter voter identification laws across the country.

  1. Washington calls out Uber

    Wall Street Journal Reporter Doug MacMillan on Sen. Al Franken ’s, (D-Minn.), concerns over Uber’s privacy policy.

  2. Wall Street eyes next big IPO

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino argues top firms believe payment processing company First Data’s IPO could be among the most lucrative deals in upcoming months.

  3. Mounting woes for ObamaCare

    The Hill Editor-in-Chief Bob Cusack on the future of ObamaCare.

  4. New concerns of voter fraud ahead of midterm elections

    Heritage Foundation’s Hans von Spakovsky and Democratic consultant Emily Tisch Sussman on concerns of voter fraud.

  5. What business wants from Washington

    CKE Restaurants CEO Andy Puzder breaks down what he wants to see from the government after the elections.

  6. Will the midterms impact markets?

    Vining Sparks’ Marty Mosby and Former White House Economic Advisor Todd Buchholz discuss the markets and the midterm elections.

  7. Will any Libertarians or independents be midterm spoilers?

    FOX News contributor Deroy Murdock and Washington Free Beacon writer Ellison Barber on voter fraud and the potential impact of Libertarians and independents on the midterm elections.

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