Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton on concerns not enough is being done to stop Iran’s nuclear program.
Homeland Security Policy Institute’s Michael Balboni and FNC national security analyst KT McFarland on the growing threat of ISIS.
The Wall Street Journal columnist Veronica Dagher, Layfield Report CEO John Layfield and GOP Strategist Adriana Cohen on concerns over TSA body scanners, health records compromised by hackers and the politicians with a potential role in the mortgage crisis.
NewOak Capital President Jim Frischling, FBN’s Charles Payne, retail analyst Hitha Prabhakar and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on the outlook for JA Solar.
The Schork Report editor Stephen Schork and Stephen Biddle of the Council on Foreign Relations discuss Iraq and Ukraine.
Good Housekeeping Research Institute’s Rachel Rothman offers tips for shopping for Smart TVs.
BlackRock alternative investors CIO Matt Botein on investing in the energy market.
Stossel and guests look at the state of the media
Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine John Herbst on the extension of nuclear talks with Iran and the White House’s handling of Russia.
‘Unstoppable’ author Ralph Nader on the need for separation of government and big business.
FBN’s Liz MacDonald on the ethical implications of a Google robot.
Mercury Vice Chairman Ambassador Adam Ereli on the violence in Iraq.
BlackRock infrastructure investments head Jim Barry on infrastructure investment opportunities overseas.
PayPal Co-founder Peter Thiel on the push for transparency in China and the future of energy.
Now, 13 years after 9/11, are we fighting terror effectively?
U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton on the Obama Administration’s handling of Iran’s nuclear program and ISIS.
FBN’s Peter Barnes on the cost of a nuclear weapon ban in Scotland.
FirstEnergy CEO Anthony Alexander on the state of America’s electrical grid and the need to modernize it.
FNC political analyst Juan Williams on the midterm elections and the Obama Administration’s handling of Russia.
Murray Energy CEO Robert Murray on the impact of Obama Administration policies on the energy and utility industries.