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  1. Are Drugs the Culprit Behind Tragic Mass Shootings?

    Psychiatrist Dr. Peter Breggin argues over-prescription of anti-depressant and stimulant drugs by the psychiatric community is the major contributing factor behind the most recent string of mass shootings.

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  7. Howard Kurtz on the Tea Party Movement

    The Washington Post’s Howard Kurtz on White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs and why the media was slow to recognize the Tea Party movement.

  8. Green Tech Revolution

    FBN’s green-tech experts with some of the latest and greatest eco-friendly devices.

  9. President Obama's Impact on Race Relations

    Political consultant Frank Luntz on the state of race relations in America.

  10. Talking Cents to Kids

    We break down how to teach financial literacy to your kids.

  11. What to Expect From the Kid's Books Market

    Scholastic Book Clubs President Judy Newman on the booming business of children's literature.

  12. Signs of Life in Credit Markets

    We detail the positive news that is finally breathing life back into credit markets.

  1. Uber releases study on its drivers

    Wall Street Journal Reporter Doug MacMillan and Venturebeat News Editor Harrison Weber discuss Uber providing information about its drivers.

  2. Low oil prices causing deflation?

    Hedgeye Risk Management CEO Keith McCullough and Jones Trading Chief Market Strategist Mike O’Rourke discuss the economic implications of low oil prices.

  3. Is financial sector over-regulated?

    Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough, RBC Wealth Management CEO John Taft and Holland & Company Chairman Mike Holland on whether the economy is facing too many regulations.

  4. Idaho ministers forced to perform same sex weddings?

    The Independents, Political Editor Guy Benson and Forbes Senior Political Contributor Rick Ungar discuss same-sex marriage and business rights.

  5. Banks following in airlines’ footsteps with fees co-founder Jonas Max Ferris and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes and Cheryl Casone on the rising number of bank fees and the murder of real estate agent Beverly Carter.

  6. Taking a pin to social media bubble stocks

    Holland & Company chairman Mike Holland, United Advisors chief market strategist Scott Martin, and Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough give their outlook for social media stocks.

  7. 1Q Earnings season not living up to expectations?

    Karsten Advisors CIO Tom Karsten, Frank Capital Partners President Brian Frank and Belus Capital Advisors CEO Brian Sozzi on the state of the markets.

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