Senator Blanche Lincoln says that we need both revenues and spending cuts to fix the federal debt.
Noelle Nikpour, former campaign manager for Rudy Giuliani, argues political backers don't want to waste their money on the midterm elections.
“Right now, we could decide that every American household would receive a tax cut on the first $250,000 of their income…The leaders across the aisle..want to hold th...
Former New York Governor George Pataki breaks down the midterm elections and what will turn the faltering economy around.
By Jasmin MelvinWASHINGTON (Reuters) - Black farmers involved in a decades-old discrimination case are questioning why the Obama administration has promised to haste...
Fmr. Reps Tom Tancredo and Martin Frost weigh in on campaign spending.
FBN’s Jenna Lee previews President Obama’s expected remarks on the progress of the final financial reform bill.
FBN's Ashley Webster on lawmakers reaching a final compromise on the financial reform bill.
FBN's Ashley Webster on how close Congress is to sending a final bill on financial reform to the President.
Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild on the Super Tuesday winner and whether we’re better off with successful businesswomen in office.
Neil sounds off on the union funds that couldn't bring a win home for the Arkansas senator.
We break down whether the results of Super Tuesday will impact the midterm elections.
Taegan D. Goddard, founder of Political Wire and author of "You Won- Now What?" on the primary results and what they mean for November.
Dan Danner, NFIB CEO, on how small businesses will vote in November and how regulations are impacting the entrepreneurial spirit in America.
Former Sen . Blanche Lincoln , (D-Ark.), on the impact of regulations on business.
Former Sen . Blanche Lincoln , (D-Ark.), on the financial impact of regulations on small businesses and their ability to hire.
Senator Blanche Lincoln on bringing balance to Washington.
We take a look at how the WikiLeaks threat and insider-trading probe are impacting the financial sector.
While we keep counting down until the Bush tax cuts expire, there is another concern cropping up in 31 days: the death tax!If Congress does nothing, and raise your h...
FBN's Charlie Gasparino argues Wall Street will probably back Obama again in 2012.