Options: Too many or not enough? Stossel and guests tackle government and its limitation on consumer choice
Valley Surgical Clinics founder Dr. Jeffrey Singer on why Medicare and the health-care law are putting government interests and costs ahead of the interests of patients.
Here's what's making health news this morning:New Bid to Prevent Alzheimer's Early (WSJ): An Alzheimer's drug to be tested mostly on an extended family predisposed t...
The 80-pound, fawn-colored pit bull named Mr. Bush was not adoptable, under the assessment of New York City's animal shelter system. He was said to have severe guard...
The down economy has forced many people to trim household expenses, and at a cost of $775 annually, according to the ASPCA, pet ownership is something many have bee...
FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the economy still struggling two years into recovery.
Nearly four years ago, hotel heiress Leona Helmsley gave an afterlife kiss-off to some of her relatives and household help by leaving them out of her will and includ...
FBN's Neil Cavuto explains how the inheritance tax is bound to increase.
FBN's small business roundtable on what President Obama needs to focus on for help small business owners.
September 3, 2009 11:10 PM UTC by John StosselWho Owns You?There's a controversial debate in Montana. Last December, a judge there ruledthat a 76-year-old truck driv...
Dr Jack Kevorkian on the proposed 'death panels' inside health-care reform
Dr . Jack Kevorkian on his controversial life before prison.
Dr . Jack Kevorkian on the movie being made about his life starring Al Pacino.
Fox News Medical A-Team’s Dr. Keith Ablow weighs in on the Ebola crisis and states’ right to die laws.
Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on Amazon employees’ pay, traffic stops and states’ right - to - die laws.
FNC’s Brian Kilmeade and Fox News Medical A-Team’s Dr. Marc Siegel on Zeke Emanuel and keeping healthy at an older age.
A special edition of Stossel at 'Freedomfest' in Las Vegas
A showdown between two schools of political thought on drugs, marriage and the military
Stossel and guests speculate on what President Obama's second term will be like
FBN's Tracy Byrnes breaks down afternoon market news.