Juan Williams says New Jersey Governor should not back down on tough issues including race in America
Karl Rove on 2012 war of words and voters favoring Romney on the economy, but finding Obama more likeable
Administration under fire from Senate Intelligence Committee
Will it make a difference in 2012 race?
FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the growing number of Democrats second-guessing Obama.
TJ McCormack and David Mercer on whether Governor Romney is gaining traction with donors
FBN’s Stuart Varney on the role that capitalism will play during the 2012 presidential election.
Dear Mayor Booker –Wowee, life has thrown you a curve this week, hasn't it? You didn't see this thing coming from a mile away.The question is, what are you going to ...
FNC political analyst Juan Williams on the growing criticism of Obama’s attacks against Romney and his work at Bain Capital and the New Black Panthers’ disappointment with Obama.
Former Gov. Tim Pawlenty, (R-Minn.), argues Romney is more capable of handling the economy than Obama.
Sascha Burns and Ed Pozzuoli debate the mayor of Newark's recent flip flop
Wayne Rogers & Co. chairman Wayne Rogers weighs in on the Democrats' latest attack on Mitt Romney and Bain Capital.
Chris Stirewalt, Mary Katherine Ham and Sesan Ferrechio discuss President Obama's attacks on Mitt Romney's time at Bain Capital.
Former Washington DC Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee on how to fix the education system.
The November 2014 elections are far away, but Geraldo Rivera plans possible U.S. Senate run.
CouponMom.com founder Stephanie Nelson on how strategic shopping utilizing coupons and sales can save consumers money.
FBN’s Charles Payne on the impact of government entitlements such as food stamps.
News Corp. Executive V.P. Joel Klein on the impact of the teacher strike in Chicago on the educational system.
Rolling Stone’s Matt Taibbi on his latest article about the leveraged-buyout career of Mitt Romney.
Former Gov. Tomas Kean, (R-NJ), on Gov. Chris Christie’s accomplishments in New Jersey and rising popularity within the Republican Party.