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University of Michigan to show ‘American Sniper,’ despite protests

Concerned Veterans for America CEO Pete Hegseth weighs in on the University of Michigan’s decision to show the film ‘American Sniper,’ despite protests.

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  1. Indiana Governor vows to fix ‘religious freedom’ law

    Attorney Erin Ehrlich and FNC legal analyst Lis Wiehl on the controversy over Indiana’s ‘religious freedom’ law.

  2. What’s behind Mike Huckabee’s early success in the polls?

    The National Review Washington Editor Eliana Johnson and FNC political analyst Doug Schoen on Indiana’s new ‘religious freedom’ law and the 2016 election.

  3. Obama going to U.N. for Iran deal?

    Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses whether President Obama can go around Congress to the United Nations for the Iran nuclear deal.

  4. Racist frat video, or free speech?

    FOX News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on a University of Oklahoma fraternity being shut down over a racist video, the laws of freedom of speech and whether Hillary broke the law.

  5. Internet regulations: Obama changing the Web forever?

    Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on Internet regulations and whether changes can be made once they are put into effect.

  6. Divide over net neutrality red tape?

    Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses the legal aspects of the net neutrality debate.

  7. President Obama criticizes Staples’ ObamaCare strategy

    Townhall Senior Political Editor Guy Benson on President Obama’s comments on Staples.

  8. The FCC plans to regulate the internet strictly about money?

    FBN’s Tracy Byrnes, RealClearMarkets Editor John Tamny and Founder Todd Horowitz on the expected FCC’s internet regulation and the labor participation rates.

  9. What’s the Deal, Neil: Sen. McCain slams Code Pink protestors

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on Sen. John McCain’s comments to Code Pink protestors who called for Henry Kissinger’s arrest.

  10. Will Marshawn Lynch be fined $500K?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, A&G Capital CIO Hilary Kramer, Divine Capital CEO Dani Hughes, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, retail analyst Hitha Herzog and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on the Seattle Seahawks’ Marshawn Lynch.

  11. France gets tough on terrorism

    FNC national security analyst KT McFarland on Egypt, President Obama's handling of terrorism and France taking a tougher stance against terrorists.

  12. Pope Francis: Freedom of speech has its limits

    Fox News Contributor Father Jonathan Morris discusses the Pope’s visit to the Philippines and his comments on free speech.

  1. Stossel’s take on Indiana’s religious freedom law

    FBN’s John Stossel weighs in on Indiana’s religious freedom law.

  2. Indiana Governor signs fix to religious freedom bill

    American radio personality John Gambling, FNC political analyst Jehmu Greene and The Accountability Project co-founder Nomiki Konst on the controversy over Indiana’s ‘religious freedom’ law.

  3. Rep. Kelly: No such thing as a red line or deadline with this President

    Rep. Mike Kelly, (R-Pa.), on the framework for a final deal reached in the Iran nuclear talks.

  4. Indiana pizzeria refuses to cater same-sex wedding

    Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on the Indiana religious freedom law and a pizzeria declining to cater same-sex weddings.

  5. Business leaders speak out against Indiana, but not China?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on business leaders such as Apple CEO Tim Cook speaking out against Indiana’s ‘religious freedom’ law.

  6. U.S. to teach immigrants how to unionize?

    ‘Red Eye’ co-hosts Andy Levy and Joanne Nosuchinsky on Indiana’s ‘religious freedom’ law, a woman charged with fraud after posing as a lawyer for ten years and the U.S. signing an agreement with Mexico to teach immigrants how to unionize.

  7. Hypocrisy in Tim Cook’s reaction to Indiana law?

    Intrepid Capital CEO Mark Travis, founder Todd Horwitz and FBN’s Cheryl Casone on Apple CEO Tim Cook’s reaction to the Indiana ‘religious freedom’ law and whether Samsung’s new Galaxy S6 can beat the Apple iPhone.

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