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Doug Cote of Voya Investment Management and Chris Bertelsen of Global Financial Private Capital on whether Coca-Cola is a good investment and their outlooks for growth.

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  1. Who Were Obama’s Political Influences?

    King’s College President Dinesh D’Souza on who shaped Obama’s political views at Harvard.

  2. Florida Sues Homeland Security Over Voter Roll Purge

    Gov. Rick Scott, (R-Fla.), on the states’ lawsuit against the federal government for information on people who may not be eligible to vote.

  3. Is Requiring a Photo ID to Vote a Good Idea?

    Gov. Rick Scott, (R-Fla.), on why photo identification should be required to vote.

  4. NAACP Takes Voter Identification Law Debate to U.N.

    Gov. Jan Brewer, (R-Ariz.), on the NAACP’s efforts to get U.N. support in its fight against voter identification laws and why the law is needed.

  5. U.S. restores benefits for Ivory Coast, Guinea, Niger

    President Barack Obama said Tuesday the United States would once again waive import duties on goods made in the Ivory Coast, Guinea and Niger after the countries hel...

  6. Full Text: President Obama on the Middle East

    I want to thank Hillary Clinton , who has traveled so much these last six months that she is approaching a new landmark – one million frequent flyer miles. I count o...

  7. The U.S. Must Bring Democracy to the Middle East

    Events in the Middle East are happening so quickly it is hard to step back, catch your breath, and see the bigger picture. Even if you do, there are so many cross cu...

  8. Hopeful Young Voices on Egypt

    After sifting through the events and images and the range of opinions coming out of Egypt the last few weeks, I keep coming back to a strong feeling of hope. But whe...

  9. Sluggish Markets Limp to Mixed Close

    FOX Business: The Power to ProsperWall Street reached the finish line with a mixed picture on Monday as the S&P 500 notched fresh two and-one-half-year highs, but th...

  10. Next Steps for Egypt

    FNC's Leland Vittert on what’s next for Egypt's political transition.

  11. Egypt Army Delivers Ultimatum to Tahrir Protesters

    Egypt's military delivered an ultimatum on Monday to dozens of committed protesters in Tahrir Square, nerve center of a movement that toppled Hosni Mubarak, to leave...

  12. Pres. Obama to Release 2012 Budget

    FBN's Connell McShane on Obama's plans to release the proposed 2012 budget today.

  1. Presidential Visit Puts Myanmar Investment Theme in Spotlight

    Six months after President Barack Obama visited Myanmar, that country's president, Thein Sein, will visit the White House.Sein's visit to Washington, D.C. marks the ...

  2. Hugo Chavez, Venezuela and U.S. Oil Supply

    WSJ editorial board member Mary Anastasia O'Grady on what's next for Venezuela and U.S. oil supply after the death of Hugo Chavez.

  3. Report: Sanctions Pushing Iran's Economy Into Recession

    'War Stories' host Col. Oliver North weighs in on Iran's recession.

  4. Foreclosures Expected to Deter Thousands of Voters

    While pundits and pollsters explore every avenue to predict the outcome of the 2012 election, one group of people may have a major impact on the election simply beca...

  5. Rubin: Obama’s Policies Hostile Toward Israel

    Author David Rubin discusses how the candidates’ views on Israel will impact the election.

  6. Libya's Prime Minister To Step Down

    Libya's prime minister-elect Mustafa Abushagur is to stand down, likely leading to an election of a new leader by the General National Congress in a few weeks, the B...

  7. Economides: Populism Alive and Well in Venezuela

    Michael Economides, University of Houston professor, weighs in on Venezuela’s upcoming elections and if Chavez will ever be overruled.

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