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  1. Are President Obama’s policies killing businesses?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, NewOak Capital President James Frischling, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, Monster Worldwide Senior V.P. Joanie Courtney, retail analyst Hitha Herzog and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on the impact of Obama Administration policies on the business environment.

  2. Middle America not feeling lower gas prices?

    The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel on the falling gasoline prices, health - care costs and America’s middle class.

  3. The middle class is cutting back

    The Philadelphia Trust CEO Mike Crofton and Nuveen Asset Management Chief Equity Strategist Bob Doll discuss how rising costs are impacting the middle class’s bottom line.

  4. Companies angered over ObamaCare ‘wellness’ lawsuits?

    Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses ObamaCare ‘wellness’ lawsuits and a Supreme Court hearing on Facebook threats.

  5. The growing Democratic rift

    Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton on the growing rift among Democrats in the wake of the midterm elections.

  6. Stride Health helps Americans understand ObamaCare

    Stride Health CEO Noah Lang explains how the company helps people sign up for ObamaCare.

  7. Did Democrats know ObamaCare was flawed?

    Rep. Ron DeSantis, (R-FL), weighs in on Senator Chuck Schumer’s comments about ObamaCare.

  8. Holiday shopping season kicks off

    WSJ Business Editor Dennis Berman and S&P Capital IQ Managing Director Mike Thompson discuss their outlooks for the consumer and retail.

  9. Was passage of ObamaCare based on lies?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the videos uncovered recently of Jonathan Gruber’s comments on ObamaCare.

  10. Are healthcare and taxes hurting Wal-Mart?

    FBN’s Cheryl Casone explains tax reforms for corporations and sheds light on how healthcare is hurting Wal-Mart

  11. Former Labor Secretary: This recovery is not fast enough

    Former Labor Secretary Elaine Chao says we need about 200K to 250K net new jobs to be created just to keep even with population growth. She explains what could get the economy moving.

  12. Americans turning away from Weight Watchers?

    ‘The Small Change Diet’ author Keri Gans on the factors leading to a decline in Weight Watchers’ subscribers.

  1. Employers taking aggressive steps to get workers to lose weight

    The Wall Street Journal’s Lauren Weber on the ways employers are trying to get workers to lose weight in an effort to reduce costs.

  2. 15% of Americans still lack health-care insurance

    Former Verizon Wireless CEO Denny Strigl and FBN’s Neil Cavuto, Tracy Byrnes and Liz MacDonald on the Americans still lacking health-care insurance and Jeb Bush’s plans to publish 250K emails from his time as Governor.

  3. Solutions for lowering your health -care costs

    Healthcare Bluebook CEO Dr. Jeff Rice and GoodRx CEO Doug Hirsch on how consumers can reduce their costs for health care.

  4. How to better manage your health -care costs in 2015 strategic advisor Dr. Archelle Georgiou on how consumers can reduce their health care costs in the year ahead.

  5. Can Congress avert a government shutdown?

    Strategas Head of Policy Research Dan Clifton and Haverford Trust CIO Hank Smith discuss MIT economics professor Jonathan Gruber’s hearing before the House Oversight Committee, the impact of Obamacare on businesses, and government spending.

  6. Labor Secretary: On track for best private sector job growth since 90’s

    Labor Secretary Thomas Perez on the outlook for the U.S. job market.

  7. The No-So-Affordable Care Act?

    Washington Times Online Opinion Editor Monica Crowley weighs in on the increasing cost of ObamaCare, falling gas prices and the U.S. economy.

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