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Rep. Ryan: Obama has changed his policy for the better

House Budget Committee chairman Rep. Paul Ryan discusses the president’s handling the Middle East, America’s military budget, and tax reform.

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  1. BlackRock's Fink Hoping Hillary is Ticket to Treasury

    Laurence "Larry" Fink has achieved much during his long career on Wall Street, including creating almost from scratch what is the largest and arguably the most succe...

  2. House GOP Considering Short-Term Debt Deal

    U.S. House of Representatives Republicans are considering signing on to a short-term increase in the government's borrowing authority to buy time for negotiations on...

  3. Politics No Help In Cutting Health-Care Spending

    On paper it's relatively easy to balance the bloated U.S. budget and trim the massive deficit simply by requiring the elderly to pay more for their federally guarant...

  4. Paul Ryan's Budget to Balance by 2023

    House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan said on Wednesday he will unveil a "no surprises" Republican budget next week that reaches balance in 10 years with only mo...

  5. Touching A National Nerve

    Johns Hopkins Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery Dr. Benjamin Carson tells Tom he’s not interested in running for President, but only interested in helping the country “right itself”.

  6. Republicans Spar With White House On Immigration

    Top Republicans are sniping at an immigration-reform bill that the White House has reportedly drafted, saying the proposal would go no where if made public. Wisconsi...

  7. Network18, Viacom Tie up With Walt Disney in India

    India's Network18 Group Wednesday said its equal joint venture with U.S.-based Viacom Inc. (VIA) has formed a partnership with Walt Disney Co. (DIS) to gather conten...

  8. Did Government Ignore Spending in Fiscal Cliff Deal?

    The Weekly Standard’s Fred Barnes on the upcoming debt ceiling and the continued spending problems on Capitol Hill.

  9. Rick Santorum: We Have a President, Congress Addicted to Spending

    Former Republican Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum on efforts to reduce spending and reach a deal to avoid the fiscal cliff.

  10. Obama, Romney Talk Business Over Lunch

    Republican Mitt Romney fell short in his White House bid but he got a consolation prize of sorts on Thursday as President Barack Obama had him over for lunch in an a...

  11. Parties Still at Odds After Geithner Talks

    House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner said there was no progress on Thursday in "fiscal cliff" talks with U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and critic...

  12. Geithner Seeks to Push Debt Talks Forward

    U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, President Barack Obama's chief negotiator in talks to avert the "fiscal cliff," began a round of meetings with congressiona...

  1. Michael Bloomberg weighs in on FAA travel ban to Israel

    Former NYC mayor speaks out in Jerusalem

  2. Digital sports platform speaks directly to kids, raises millions

    The Whistle EVP of external affairs Brian Selander on his platform for kids to watch sports on digital devices.

  3. Is Google swaying the way we vote?

    Independent Women’s Forum’s Sabrina Schaeffer and FBN’s David Asman and Jo Ling Kent on Google’s impact on elections, a report on the cost to make Google Glass and a ‘Michael Medved Show’ caller’s comment that FBN’s Charles Payne should’ve been Mitt Romney’s running mate .

  4. Tax Day revenue hits all-time high of $1.4T

    Baker Wright Group’s Crystal Wright weighs in on taxes and the Keystone Pipeline delay.

  5. House Narrowly Approves Paul Ryan's Budget Plan

    The House of Representatives on Thursday narrowly approved a fiscal 2015 proposal authored by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan. Wisconsin Republican Ryan's ...

  6. Critics blast Rep. Ryan for budget plan

    Republican California gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari on reactions to Rep. Paul Ryan’s budget proposal, ObamaCare’s impact on jobs and the future of the Republican Party.

  7. Is Obama going too far with executive orders?

    Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) weighs in on President Obama’s use of executive orders and the expected overtime pay proposal.

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