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‘The Chow Train’ Founder Joan Cheever and attorneys Wendy Patrick and Richard Friedman on Joan getting ticketed for feeding the homeless .

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  1. Outrage over JPMorgan check cashing

    JPMorgan is getting under Don Imus’ skin in this segment of What Ticks Me Off.

  2. Big government cracking down on tiny houses?

    Tiny house owner, designer and builder Jay Austin discusses tiny houses and big government zoning rules.

  3. Google’s close ties to the White House

    Demos Senior Fellow Nomi Prins and Kaltbaum Capital Management President Gary Kaltbaum on Google executives’ White House visits.

  4. Rep. Issa on government transparency, FOIA

    Rep. Darrell Issa, (R-CA), discusses government transparency, Google’s relationship with the government and the Freedom of Information Act.

  5. Apple releases the new MacBook air

    Mashable Senior Tech Analyst Christina Warren on the new MacBook features and the cost of accessorizing.

  6. Netanyahu: I know America stands with Israel

    Founder of the Coordinating Council on Jerusalem Jeff Ballabon and American Islamic Forum for Democracy President Zuhdi Jasser on Netanyhu’s comments on the Iran nuclear plan and U.S. relations.

  7. Midday Market Report: 3/3/15

    Twitter shuts down two thousand accounts linked to ISIS

  8. Tech transforms San Francisco

    San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and PayPal Co-Founder Max Levchin discuss how technology has changed real-estate and the tax system.

  9. VA chief apologizes for lying about being in special forces

    U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant Jessie Jane Duff, (Ret.), on VA chief Bob McDonald apologizing for misstating his military record and the guilty verdict for Eddie Ray Routh in the murder of Chris Kyle.

  10. Obama Administration pushing an anti-law enforcement narrative?

    Former U.S. Department of Justice attorney Christian Adams on Obama Administration views on law enforcement.

  11. Hands up gesture at the Grammys

    FBN’s Charles Payne and Neil Cavuto on the hands up gesture at the Grammys and the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.

  12. Minister Johnathan Gentry: Ferguson was not a race issue

    West Angeles Church of God in Christ’s Minister Johnathan Gentry and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on Al Sharpton and Ferguson, Missouri.

  1. What’s the Deal, Neil: Don’t get caught up in the day-to-day markets?

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the markets, airlines reducing the seat sizes and the crowded potential Republican field in the 2016 presidential race.

  2. Juan Williams on 2016, Loretta Lynch confirmation delay

    Fox News Political Analyst Juan Williams discusses the 2016 presidential race and the delayed confirmation of Loretta Lynch as Attorney General.

  3. $1M baseball card for sale

    The ‘most expensive and famous baseball card of all time’ goes on the auction block this spring. Robert Edwards Auctions Consignment Director Brian Dwyer on Americana items up for auction.

  4. Restaurant owner offers free meal to homeless person

    P.B. Jams owner Ashley Jiron explains why she offered a free meal to a homeless person who she saw going through trash outside of her restaurant.

  5. Music to investors’ ears: Violins that fetch millions

    Stradivarius violins are not only musical works of art, but bare a hefty price tag. What makes them so expensive? Sean, Lauren and David Carpenter of Carpenter Fine Violins talk business.

  6. Eat less meat to save the environment?

    Author Deirdre Imus and Fox News Contributor Lis Wiehl discuss a federal panel’s recommendation to eat less meat, the death of Dr. Fredric Brandt, and Rolling Stone’s decision to retract its UVA rape story.

  7. Rev. Jesse Jackson: There’s no plan for urban reconstruction in Chicago

    Rainbow PUSH Coalition President Rev. Jesse Jackson on the Chicago mayoral runoff.

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