American Airlines wants to pack more passengers in coach
Searching for new sources of revenue to fund city inspections, the Berkeley City Council passes measures that will raise fees for tattoo artists and homegrown food businesses.
John Roberts reports from Moore, Oklahoma
A group in Keene New Hampshire is being sued for feeding strangers' expired meters
Spring Guns and Ammo Director Patrick Woods and DC Council Member Mary Cheh debate whether gun owners should be forced to buy a liability insurance policy.
Author Jason Mattera sounds off on the response to rumors the billionaire investors may be interested in the LA Times.
Frontline Strategies’ Mark Standriff on the efforts to fight for the L.A. Times.
Six weeks into his work as Detroit's emergency manager, former bankruptcy lawyer Kevyn Orr has found the city's finances in worse shape than expected, with long-term...
Former Governor Christine Todd Whitman, (R-N.J.), argues we need to focus more on prevention when it comes to health care.
Economist Peter Morici, attorney Richard Roth and FBN’s Liz MacDonald on a new bill that would give employees the option of getting paid for overtime or getting more time off.
Man whose family was targeted speaks out
Guests Gov. Gary Johnson, Jedediah Bila and Joe List discuss a Arizona high school holding 'Redneck Day'
FOX News legal analyst Lis Wiehl and Deirdre Imus debate the future of the Boston bombing suspect.
Stossel examines the differences in economic and social freedom between the states and Kennedy takes a special trip to Denver for a 4/20 celebration
Because You Asked: Catherine Herridge reports on massive Utah facility
City councils are debating how to regulate the emerging food truck industry. Entrepreneurs say pilot programs are experiencing growing pains.
The Donald's company to renovate Old Post Office
Do they do more harm than good?
While San Diego encourages outdoor dining, which means big money, restaurants in NYC and Philadelphia are hit with notices and fees from local governments targeting sidewalk cafes.
Dr. Josef Olmert on Syrian rebels and Russia looking into giving the Syrian government more high-powered missiles