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Grand jury find no probable cause to charge NYPD officer

Institute for Leadership CEO Rev. Michel Faulkner and former NYPD Chaplain Suzan Johnson Cook on the grand jury decision in the death of Eric Garner.

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  1. White House policies encouraging illegal immigration?

    Former I.N.S. Senior Special Agent Michael Cutler on the impact of White House immigration policy.

  2. What’s the Deal, Neil: Oil prices jump on Iraq crisis

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the impact on oil prices of the Iraq crisis, the VA scandal and Starbucks offering a free online education to its employees.

  3. Watching the watchmen

    Business owner Tom Cochran on witnessing an over-the-top DEA raid.

  4. Texas behind the times on marijuana?

    Rich Benjamin and Mary Katherine Ham on a 19-year-old in Texas who could go to jail for life for baking pot brownies.

  5. Government double-standard on hemp?

    Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) on hemp legalization and regulation issues.

  6. The violence and corruption of the U.S.-Mexican border

    ‘Border War’ co-author James O. Born on the novel.

  7. Bitcoin Exchangers Linked to Silk Road Charged

    Federal prosecutors unsealed criminal charges on Monday against a pair of individuals who they say sold Bitcoins that were later used to buy and sell drugs on Silk R...

  8. The 7 Traits of Successful Entrepreneurs

    Contrary to conventional wisdom, you don't have to be Type A--that is, an overachieving, hyperorganized workaholic--or an extrovert to launch a successful business. Here's what you do need.

  9. Costco says cooperating with DEA probe on controlled substances

    Costco Wholesale Corp said on Wednesday that it will cooperate with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration in its ongoing investigation of prescriptions for contro...

  10. Don't Park Your Car in Modesto, Calif.

    Modesto, Calif., the city that inspired the coming-of-age film American Graffiti , is the nation's top hot spot for car theft.The worst metro areas for car theft:Mod...

  11. Walgreen's $80M Painkiller Settlement

    Walgreen Co. (WAG) agreed to pay $80 million to settle civil charges related to improper prescription painkiller distribution, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administrati...

  12. RWE Dea's After-Tax Profit Rises in 2012

    RWE Dea, the natural gas and crude oil production unit of German utility RWE AG (RWE.XE), said Wednesday after-tax profit increased in 2012 despite mildly falling oi...

  1. Oil prices to drop even further?

    Eagle Bay Capital founder J.C. Parets, Forbes Editor Michael Ozanian and FBN’s Liz MacDonald on oil production and NFL players getting for drug abuse.

  2. NSA whistleblower on government spying

    NSA whistleblower William Binney on his career at the NSA, why he became a whistleblower against the government organization and government spying.

  3. DEA raises restrictions on painkillers

    New York Cardiac Diagnostic Center’s Dr. Steven Reisman on government efforts to curb abuse of certain painkillers.

  4. DEA ups regulations on pain meds

    Closing Bell’s Liz Claman weighs in on the S&P winners and losers of the day.

  5. FedEx fights back

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald breaks down the latest on FedEx’s charges over illegal drug deliveries.

  6. FedEx accused of shipping prescription drugs from illegal pharmacies

    Former DEA Undercover Special Agent Robert Mazur on the allegations FedEx shipped prescription drugs from illegal online pharmacies.

  7. Is there a resolution to the Israel-Gaza conflict?

    Former CIA covert operations officer Mike Baker on the Israel-Gaza conflict.

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