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FBI: Blame North Korea for Sony hack

Mediate Columnist Joe Concha and Julian Barnes of The Wall Street Journal discuss the Sony hack and the decision to pull ‘The Interview’ from theaters.

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  1. Lawmakers want to send U.S. Crude abroad

    Rep. Joe Barton, (R-Texas), discusses how lifting the decade-old U.S. crude oil export ban would be a benefit to the economy.

  2. Arizona county considers not hiring smokers

    Author Deirdre Imus and FNC’s Lis Wiehl weigh in on the Senate’s release of the CIA interrogation report, an Arizona county considering not hiring smokers, and Girl Scouts selling cookies online.

  3. 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.

  4. Year-end moves to reduce your tax bill

    Diversified Private Wealth Advisors’ Dominick Tavella and Comprehensive Wealth Management’s John Vento on the tax moves to make before the end of the year.

  5. Does economic growth lead to more government spending?

    Potomac Research Chief Political Strategist Greg Valliere gives his expectations for the government’s ability to come up with a budget and avoid a government shutdown.

  6. Lawmaker on torture report: Safety trumps transparency

    Sen. Scott Brown, (R-Mass.), on his opposition to the Senate’s release of the report accusing the CIA of torturing prisoners and government gridlock.

  7. Buffett backs Hillary with $25K donation

    Republican Political Strategist Tony Sayegh and Fox News Contributor Pete Hegseth weigh in on the incoming Senate, Mitch McConnell, Warren Buffett’s donation to a Hillary Clinton campaign group and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

  8. Drync digitally creates the world’s largest wine shop

    Drync CEO Brad Rosen explains how their online database lets you search and purchase over three million different bottles of wine.

  9. Homeland Security Secretary defends President Obama’s executive action

    FNC’s Jedediah Bila and FNC contributor Monica Crowley on Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson’s defense of President Obama’s immigration executive action and Jeb Bush’s potential 2016 Presidential run.

  10. Wall Street eyes next big IPO

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino argues top firms believe payment processing company First Data’s IPO could be among the most lucrative deals in upcoming months.

  11. Black Friday shopping: New York style

    FBN’s Rich Edson talks to shoppers about their Black Friday shopping experience at the Toys ‘R’ Us in Time Square.

  12. European shares lower, energy shares halt rally

    IG Market Analyst Alastair McCaig on the European markets.

  1. Is China linked to the Sony Hack?

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald on reports that a U.S. investigation found that there may be a Chinese link in the Sony hack.

  2. U.S. considers ‘proportional’ response to Sony hack

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald with the latest on the Sony hack.

  3. 2014: A record year for IPOs

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald explains what’s driving the IPO market.

  4. Will Obama diminish the military?

    Rep. Peter King, (R-N.Y.), weighs in on the possibility of a ‘leaner military,’ lowered morale and the Sydney hostage crisis.

  5. Gaspo: McCain is pro-American, and against torture tactics

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino, David Asman and Capitalistpig.com’s Jonathan Hoenig debate the findings and release of the CIA interrogation report.

  6. Trouble at Toys ‘R’ Us

    Wall Street Journal Reporter Telis Demos breaks down why Finra fined banks over Toy ’R’ Us’s IPO.

  7. Carmelo Anthony considering waiving no-trade clause?

    The Vinnie from Queens panel discusses the worst decisions in sports history, and Carmelo Anthony and Jameis Winston.

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