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Aaron Hernandez a black eye for NFL?

Should the NFL be held accountable for Aaron Hernandez? Criminal Defense Attorney Troy Slaten and former NFL player Erik Coleman discuss the business of the NFL and Aaron Hernandez murder trial.

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  1. Is Thursday night football really worth $300 million?

    FBN’s Deirdre Bolton, NewOak Capital President James Frischling, A&G Capital CIO Hilary Kramer, retail analyst Hitha Herzog and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on the Super Bowl and the big money in Thursday night football.

  2. Carmelo Anthony considering waiving no-trade clause?

    The Vinnie from Queens panel discusses the worst decisions in sports history, and Carmelo Anthony and Jameis Winston.

  3. NFL Commissioner admits mistakes, but is it too late?

    Advantage Payroll Services President Rob Basso and FBN’s Neil Cavuto, Liz MacDonald and Tracy Byrnes on the NFL unveiling a stricter personal conduct policy and Jesse Jackson’s planned protest outside of Apple’s headquarters.

  4. Linda Fairstein on Rolling Stone’s UVA rape story

    Former Prosecutor Linda Fairstein weighs in on Rolling Stone Magazine’s University of Virginia rape story.

  5. Theismann: NFL in a transition period

    Former NFL Quarterback Joe Theismann gives his take on the state of the NFL.

  6. Teen receives award for human rights advocacy

    Human Rights Advocate Nicholas Jaeger on receiving an award for his work to raise awareness for domestic violence .

  7. Stossel 10/02/2014: It's a mean, mean world?

    Stossel debunks some common myths about how bad things seem to be

  8. Democrats dividing the country?

    FBN’s Stuart Varney weighs in on the politics of the left.

  9. Colin Kaepernick fined for wearing ‘Beats’ headphones

    FBN’s Tracy Byrnes and FNC’s Brian Kilmeade weigh in on gender in schools and sports, the NFL’s rule on athletes wearing ‘Beats’ headphones, and domestic violence in the NFL.

  10. Dr. Richard Haass talks Ebola, ISIS threats

    Council on Foreign Relations President Dr. Richard Haass weighs in on the Ebola crisis and the war against ISIS.

  11. Why is Oklahoma beheading being called workplace violence, not terrorism?

    Commander Tom Croci, former White House Situation Room Officer, on what is needed to reduce the risks of terrorism in the U.S.

  12. Google threatened with $100M lawsuit over hacked celebrity photos

    Trial attorneys Joe Tacopina and Randy Zelin on the potential lawsuit against Google for not taking hacked celebrity photos off its websites.

  1. Does the UVA fraternity have a case against Rolling Stone?

    Fox News Legal Analyst Arthur Aidala discusses the legal issues of Rolling Stone’s UVA rape story.

  2. Christianity under attack in the Middle East

    Fox News National Security Analyst KT McFarland discusses David Cameron and the violence against Christians in the Middle East.

  3. Judge Jeanine Pirro on the Robert Durst murder case

    Judge Jeanine Pirro breaks down the details of the Robert Durst murder investigation.

  4. What’s next for the NFL?

    Between ‘deflate-gate’ and a handful of domestic violence issues, it was a tough season for the NFL. So has the NFL’s brand been tarnished? Todd Schoenberger of HedgeACT weighs in.

  5. Super Bowl ad winners and losers

    Adweek Executive Tony Case and Peter Shankman of Zombie Loyalists discuss the best and worst Super Bowl ads.

  6. Super Bowl puppy surprise

    FBN’s Charles Payne, A&G Capital CIO Hilary Kramer, small business expert Susan Solovic, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, retail analyst Hitha Herzog and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on puppies available for adoption and the companies that will benefit from their Super Bowl commercials.

  7. This year’s Super Bowl ads take more serious tone

    Ace Metrix CEO Peter Daboll on this year’s Super Bowl commercials.

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