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Hillary Clinton still Democrats’ top prospect in 2016?

FNC political analysts Ed Rollins and Juan Williams on Hillary Clinton’s political future and Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s handling of the Texas-Mexican border.

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  1. Border Security a Necessary First Step in Immigration Reform?

    Gov . Jan Brewer , (R-Ariz.), argues border security is a priority in any effort to reform the immigration system.

  2. Virginia Governor Proposes Eliminating the Gas Tax

    Gov. Bob McDonnell, (R-Va.), on efforts to end the state’s gas tax and increase its sales tax.

  3. Arizona Governor Proposes Tax to Pay for Health-Care Law

    University of Arizona Professor Dr. Daniel Derksen on the hospital-provider tax proposed by Gov . Jan Brewer to pay for Medicaid expansion.

  4. Today's the Day: Supreme Court to Deliver Health Care Law Ruling

    The U.S. Supreme Court is set to deliver on Thursday its ruling on President Barack Obama's 2010 healthcare overhaul, his signature domestic policy achievement, in a...

  5. Jeffers: Ariz. Law Shows Need for Race Discussion

    Political analyst Carl Jeffers sounds off on the Arizona immigration law ruling.

  6. Arizona Governor on the Supreme Court’s Immigration Ruling

    Gov . Jan Brewer , (R-Ariz.), on the Supreme Court’s ruling on the state’s immigration law.

  7. SCOTUS Upholds Check Papers Part of Ariz. Immigration Law

    FOX News legal analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on the court’s ruling on the Arizona immigration law.

  8. Maricopa County Sheriff on Obama’s New Deportation Rules

    Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio on the flaws with the new deportation rules announced by the president.

  9. Supreme Court to Hear Arguments Over Ariz. Anti-Illegal Immigration Law

    Gov . Jan Brewer , (R-Ariz.), on the Supreme Court hearing arguments over the state’s anti-illegal immigration law and efforts to boost border security.

  10. 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.

  11. Brewer on Romney’s Success in Arizona

    Gov . Jan Brewer discusses why she believes more states will follow Arizona and back Mitt Romney in 2012.

  12. Michael Graham Backs the Pats in Super Bowl XLVI

    Radio host Michael Graham discusses why he is picking his home-town Patriots in Sunday’s game.

  1. Republicans ‘too nice’ to Sebelius on departure?

    Center for American Progress’ Emily Tisch Sussman on the GOP’s comments on Kathleen Sebelius’ departure, ObamaCare and the 2014 midterm elections.

  2. Gov. Brewer under pressure to veto religious-freedom bill

    FNC’s Deroy Murdock and Jehmu Green debate a bill that would allow Arizona’s business owners to deny service to customers based on religious beliefs.

  3. Business backlash over Arizona religious freedom bill?

    Arizona Chamber of Commerce CEO & President Glenn Hamer weighs in on Arizona Governor Jan Brewer ’s decision to veto the controversial religious freedom bill.

  4. Arizona Governor Vetos Gay-discrimination Bill

    Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed a bill late Wednesday that would have allowed businesses to refuse service to gay customers. The bill, backed by some Republicans, cit...

  5. Ariz. Business Community Says No to Anti-Gay Bill

    The Arizona legislature passes a bill that would allow business owners the right to refuse service to gays based on religious beliefs.

  6. Apple To Add New Manufacturing Facility In Arizona

    Apple Inc. is planning to open a manufacturing facility in Mesa, Arizona, according to a news release from the office of Governor Jan Brewer on Monday afternoon. App...

  7. States Sending Recruiters to Lure Companies from California

    FBN’s Adam Shapiro speaks with Arizona governor Jan Brewer on why she believes Arizona is more business-friendly than California.

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