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MLB Commish chats what’s on deck for 2015 season

Opening Day for Major League Baseball kicks off this weekend. The new MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred sets the stage for the 2015 season, discussing major league action, new technology and what to expect.

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  1. AFT President: This election should have been about the economy

    American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten on the midterm elections, economy and education.

  2. Teachers sue union over dues, political lobbying

    Teacher Rebecca Friedrichs discusses why she and other California teachers are suing the union.

  3. Fed workers given $775M in paid leave?

    Judge Andrew Napolitano and author Mark Steyn weigh in on a report about government workers and the money they are given in paid leave.

  4. The winners and losers of the NBA broadcasting deal

    FOX Business contributor Jim Gray and Research Horizon Media senior VP Brad Adgate break down what the NBA deal with Disney’s ESPN and Time Warner means for the consumer.

  5. Sponsors turn up the heat on the NFL

    IEG Content Strategy Senior V.P. Jim Andrews on the fallout from the Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson scandals.

  6. Ray Rice to appeal NFL suspension?

    FNC senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson.

  7. Ray Rice to appeal NFL suspension

    Judge Andrew Napolitano on Ray Rice’s appeal and Yelp’s negative anonymous reviews issue.

  8. Changes coming to NFL contracts after Ray Rice scandal?

    Fox Sports 1’s Mike Garafolo and FBN’s Sandra Smith on the Ray Rice scandal, NFL contracts and the salary cap.

  9. Should Ray Rice appeal his indefinite suspension from the NFL?

    The Roth Law Firm’s Richard Roth on Roger Goodell and the Ray Rice scandal.

  10. What the Hobby Lobby ruling means

    Former Reagan Economic Advisor Art Laffer, The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel and Judge Andrew Napolitano discuss the latest Supreme Court rulings.

  11. Are the Wal-Mart protesters actually workers?

    Worker Center Watch advisor Ryan Williams and FBN’s Lori Rothman, David Asman and Tracy Byrnes on the protests for higher wages.

  12. Hannah Storm talks college football

    ESPN’s Hannah Storm on college football, her future projects and Donald Sterling.

  1. Employment a concern in the Middle East

    Uni Global Union General Secretary Philip Jennings discusses how employment in the Middle East is a major global concern.

  2. Labor Secretary on West Coast port deal

    Labor Secretary Thomas Perez gives his perspective on the West Coast Port labor disputes.

  3. NBA COO talks the business of basketball

    NBA Deputy Commissioner Mark Tatum, in a wide ranging interview, discusses the events associated with the NBA all-start game, where he sees big opportunity, billionaire owners and players’ salary caps.

  4. Russell Wilson proving the naysayers wrong

    WSJ celebrity business reporter Lee Hawkins on Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson’s career.

  5. Los Angeles hotel groups sue city for hiking minimum wage

    Asian American Hotel Owners Association Interim President Chip Rogers and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the impact of Los Angeles raising the minimum wage for hotel workers.

  6. A minimum wage hike the answer to the ‘week of rage?’

    ‘Unstoppable’ author Ralph Nader and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on calls for a minimum wage increase and the protests after the Michael Brown and Eric Garner grand jury decisions.

  7. UPS worker 'fired' for being pregnant?

    Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on the Supreme Court case of the UPS worker who says she was forced into unpaid leave after she became pregnant.

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