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How did the government miss the gyrocopter Capitol landing?

Lt. Col. Oliver North explains how a gyrocopter was able to land on the Capitol lawn without being stopped by the government and discusses Al Qaeda’s capturing of an oil port in Southern Yemen.

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    Sullivan & Cromwell Senior Chairman H. Rodgin Cohen discusses concerns over the threat of cyber crime to the financial system.

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    Fox News National Security Analyst KT McFarland discusses Iran’s control in the Middle East.

  3. Honoring family wish to keep historic movie theater alive

    Host Jamie Colby travels to a small town in Pennsylvania to see an old movie theater that a man passed down to his granddaughter, along with a dying wish to keep it open.

  4. Are House Democrats mad over Obama’s classified trade meeting?

    FOX News Political Analyst Ed Rollins on President Obama’s classified trade meeting and Hillary Clinton’s team revising her email story as she remains silent.

  5. Putin goes MIA for 10 days

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  6. Should we cut deal with Iran after Netanyahu’s speech?

    Rep John Yarmuth, (D-Kentucky), on Netanyahu speech thanking the U.S. for support and criticism of an Iran nuclear deal.

  7. Netanyahu urges Congress to block ‘bad deal’ with Iran

    Consul General of Israel in New York Ambassador Ido Aharoni discusses Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s speech before Congress and his comments over an alternative deal with Iran.

  8. Ceasefire agreement shaky as 3 Ukrainian soldiers killed

    FNC military analyst Maj. Gen. Robert Scales on nuclear talks with Iran, the growing rift between the Obama Administration and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the ceasefire in Ukraine.

  9. ISIS waging war on Christians?

    Grace Community Church Senior Pastor John MacArthur on the fight against ISIS.

  10. Has Obama Administration gone too far in its attacks on the Israeli PM?

    Boston Properties Executive Chairman Mort Zuckerman on the growing tension between the Obama Administration and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

  11. Invest in Chicago Bridge & Iron?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, Plimsoll Mark Capital Managing Director Jim Awad, Tuttle Tactical Management CEO Matthew Tuttle and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall respond to a viewer question about Chicago Bridge & Iron shares.

  12. Westinghouse CEO on the impact of oil’s decline

    Westinghouse CEO Danny Roderick discusses the state of the energy industry.

  1. Rudy Giuliani sounds off on Obama’s foreign policy

    Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani argues ISIS developed because the Obama Administration took its eye off the ball.

  2. Iran working against U.S. interests in Middle East despite deal?

    Former Gov. John Sununu, (R-NH), on the Obama Administration’s nuclear agreement with Iran.

  3. Former Israeli Ambassador: Iran wants a deal that isn’t enforceable

    FNC national security analyst KT McFarland and former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Daniel Ayalon on the Iran nuclear talks.

  4. Six nations involved in nuclear negotiations

    Wall Street Journal reporter Simon Constable on what to expect from Iran nuclear deal talks ahead of the deadline.

  5. Investing amid Iran nuclear talks

    Carlyle Group Co-President Glenn Youngkin on the risks involved with an Iran nuclear deal.

  6. U.S. attention split in Middle East

    Simon Constable of The Wall Street Journal and FBN’s Rich Edson discuss the latest tension and turmoil in the Middle East.

  7. Dr. Walid Phares: Yemen is already in a civil war

    Fox News Terrorism Expert Dr. Walid Phares discusses Saudi Arabia airstrikes in Yemen.

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