Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver may be reconciling, but what does that mean for their careers?
Gutfeld and McGuirk riff on new study linking women weight gain to less housework
Jesse Watters quizzes the folks on California's governor
Author Mike Reagan discusses whether the Golden State would tap into oil reserves.
Former Republican Presidential Candidate Jon Huntsman, Jr., on the benefits of Texas’ economic environment for businesses.
Matt Atchity joins us with the Tomatometer scores for 'Warm Bodies' and 'Bullet to the Head'.
411 on the Big Screen: Ashley Dvorkin and Justin Craig chat this week's movies: 'Bullet to the Head' and 'Warm Bodies'
Baystate Financial Services Managing Partner Dave Porter, former Schwarzenegger Press Secretary Aaron McLear and OppenheimerFunds Chief Economist Jerry Webman on the impact of tax increases in California.
Andy exposes Greg for what he is
‘American Idol’ has a new sheriff in town, and her name is Nicki Minaj
Frontline Strategies’ Mark Standriff on the impact of the union on the struggling city in California.
“Your Killer Emotions” author Ken Lindner on how to master your emotions to get ahead in your career.
'Factor' host in the hot seat
Gavin DeGraw talks about his PSA for veterans
In October 2004, then California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger rolled up to a pioneering fueling station at Los Angeles International Airport in a hydrogen-powered ...
Stossel holds a 'real or fake' contest about taxes, exposes hidden fees and looks at an IRS parody video
Schwarzenegger's son's unseemly behavior, new clothes for round men, and why the younger generation can't make a sandwich
EPC Cigar Company co-founder Lissette Perez-Carrillo on how taxes and regulations are preventing her from growing her family’s cigar company.
National-security analyst KT McFarland on the growing threats from North Korea and comments from the Afghanistan President about the U.S. and the Taliban.