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Stossel 09/03/2014: Back to School

Stossel and guests examine Common Core, the history of education reform and technology used in the classroom

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  1. Lawmakers demand Libor controls at Deutsche Bank inquisition

    German politicians called for tighter regulation of global interest rates after questioning Deutsche Bank about the manipulation of London's benchmark lending rate L...

  2. Stossel - 11/8/2012

    Stossel and guests look at what President Obama's re-election means for liberty

  3. BASF CEO Doesn't Expect Profits from Electro-mobility for 10 Years

    The chief executive of BASF SE's (BAS.XE) doesn't expect the German chemicals company to make money from its electro-mobility operations "in the next 10 years.""But ...

  4. Gary Johnson’s Potential Impact on the 2012 Election

    Libertarian Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson on how his third-party candidacy could potentially affect the Presidential race.

  5. China options limited as U.S. panel outcasts Huawei, ZTE

    China's leading telecom equipment makers accused in a U.S. congressional report of being a potential security risk may face fresh scrutiny in other markets, while Am...

  6. Ralph Nader on the Costs of the Health-Care Law

    Former Green Party Presidential Candidate Ralph Nader on the health-care law’s costs.

  7. Ralph Nader on Mitt Romney’s Taxpayer Comments

    Former Green Party Presidential Candidate Ralph Nader on Mitt Romney’s comments on taxpayers in a Mother Jones’ video and why the wealthy should pay more in taxes.

  8. Swiss Tax Deal Threatened by German Opposition

    The tax agreement between Switzerland and Germany, which still has to be ratified by both countries' parliaments, has little chance of being passed in its current fo...

  9. Swiss-German Tax Deal Has Little Chance of Success - Report

    The tax agreement between Switzerland and Germany, which has still to be ratified by both countries' parliaments, has little chance of being passed in its current fo...

  10. An Obit for an Anti-Nuke Goat

    Katie the goat died Sunday.Inoperable cancer. It was bound to happen eventually, grazing the way she did, downwind from a nuclear power plant.She is survived by her ...

  11. Should the Olympics End McDonald’s Sponsorship?

    Emerald Partners CEO Fraser Seitel on whether the International Olympic Committee should end sponsorships by companies such as McDonald’s that are considered unhealthy.

  12. Germany's Merkel Seeks More Effort In Offshore Wind Parks At Meeting

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel will push energy companies to make more effort in the offshore wind farm sector when she discusses power generation issues with key i...

  1. Tim Draper on breaking up California

    Tim Draper of Draper Fisher Jurvetsonon his push for California to split into 6 states

  2. The failure of accountability

    Former federal prosecutor Robert Ray on the lack of accountability from companies such as GM to government agencies and politicians.

  3. Bankers sidestepping bonus cap face regulator action: EU's Barnier

    Bankers who sidestep a cap on their bonuses will face action from the European Union's banking regulator, the bloc's financial services chief said on Tuesday as he f...

  4. Monsanto Sows Seeds Of Protest

    Monsanto Co. (NYSE:MON) may have just planted as much ill-will and suspicion as it has at any point in its controversial corporate history dating back to 1901.Organi...

  5. German State of Rhineland-Palatinate Raids Tax Evasion Suspects after Buying Disc

    The German state of Rhineland-Palatinate said over 200 raids on suspected tax evaders are taking place Tuesday and Wednesday across Germany, based on data from a com...

  6. RBNZ Official: Open Bank Resolution Policy Different From Cyprus Plan

    The Reserve Bank of New Zealand Wednesday refuted claims that adopting the proposed Open Bank Resolution policy could result in a similar situation to that being fac...

  7. Lawmakers seek Libor controls at Deutsche Bank hearing

    German politicians called for tighter regulation of global interest rates after questioning Deutsche Bank about the manipulation of London's Libor benchmark lending ...

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