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  1. Attack on Paris newspaper a threat to free speech?

    Fox News Strategic Analyst Lt. Col. Ralph Peters discusses the attack on a satirical newspaper in Paris.

  2. Efforts to unseat Rep. Boehner as Speaker of the House

    Rep. Ted Yoho, (R-Fla.), on efforts to challenge Rep. John Boehner for the Speaker of the House position.

  3. Pakistan furious over its portrayal in ‘Homeland’

    United Advisors Chief Market Strategist Scott Martin, Black Rock Group Senior Director Lisa Boothe, Republican Strategist Cheri Jacobus and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on Pakistan’s concerns over the country’s portrayal in Showtime's ‘Homeland,’ and Google’s Gmail blocked in China after months of disruptions.

  4. China fully blocks Gmail

    FBN’s Jo Ling Kent breaks down the details of China’s block on Gmail access.

  5. Why did Sony change its tune on ‘The Interview’ release?

    Variety Co-Editor-in-Chief Andrew Wallenstein on the fallout from Sony’s hacking.

  6. U.S. involved in North Korean Internet outage?

    Former CIA Covert Operations Officer Mike Baker weighs in on North Korea’s Internet outage and China’s relationship with Russia.

  7. Russia blocks Facebook page calling for protest

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald on why Russia is censoring a Facebook page calling for a protest in the country.

  8. How should the U.S. react to the Sony cyber-attack?

    Fox News National Security Analyst KT McFarland and FBN’s Liz MacDonald weigh in on ways to increase U.S. cybersecurity, the best ways to retaliate in a cyber-war and the release of Guantanamo Bay prisoners.

  9. Rep. Peter King on NYC Mayor’s response to NYPD officer deaths

    Rep. Peter King, (R-NY), discusses the tensions in New York City following the deaths of two NYPD officers and NYC’s Mayor Bill de Blasio’s response to the incident.

  10. White House to blame for North Korea’s hack on Sony?

    ‘The Coming Collapse of China’ author Gordon Chang and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the fallout from the Sony hacking.

  11. White House considers placing North Korea on state sponsors of terror list

    Former Gov. Mike Huckabee, (R-Ark.), on the fallout from the Sony hacking and the Washington Post’s criticisms of President Obama.

  12. President Obama: Sony made a mistake

    Jonathan Hoenig of Capitalist Pig and Scott Martin of United Advisers discuss Obama’s comments on Sony at his end of the year press conference.

  1. Pope’s comments go against free speech?

    Christian League President Bill Donohue and WSJ’s Dan Henninger on the pope’s comments and how they play a role in freedom of speech.

  2. What’s the Deal, Neil: Mitt Romney thinks 3rd time’s the charm?

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the potential 2016 presidential candidates and Catholic League President Bill Donohue’s reaction to the Paris shooting.

  3. Sony hacking changing the culture in Hollywood?

    Mandalay Entertainment CEO Peter Guber on the fallout in Hollywood from the Sony hacking.

  4. Securing business from terrorism

    Stratfor Vice President of Intelligence Fred Burton discusses what businesses can do to protect against terrorism.

  5. Monica Crowley: We are in World War III

    Washington Times Online Opinion Editor Monica Crowley discusses the attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris.

  6. Attack on free speech in France?

    Reason Magazine Managing Editor Katherine Mangu-Ward and New York Times Science columnist John Tierney discuss the attack on Charlie Hebdo.

  7. What will drive the markets?

    FBN’s Jo Ling Kent, Nicole Petallides, and Liz MacDonald and Prudential Financial Chief Market Strategist Quincy Krosby and Ariel Investments Vice Chairman Charlie Bobrinskoy discuss conditions to keep the market rally alive.

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