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ObamaCare heads back to court

‘Outnumbered’ host Katie Pavalich, The Daily Beast columnist Michael Moynihan, Cato Institute Senior Fellow Ilya Shapiro and standup comedian Jimmy Failla discuss the negative side of ObamaCare.

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  1. Gwyneth Paltrow, Chris Martin split-up

    The Hollywood and Vine panel weighs in on Gwyneth Paltrow and Josh Elliot.

  2. Facebook's $9.5M Privacy Settlement Stands

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday let stand Facebook Inc's $9.5 million class action settlement over allegations the social networking company's defunct ``Beacon'' se...

  3. Supreme Court asked to review leaked Verizon ruling

    A civil liberties group is taking the unusual step of asking the Supreme Court to review a ruling by a secretive intelligence court that authorized government access...

  4. Supreme Court declines Cablevision stay request

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined a Cablevision Systems Corp request seeking a stay of National Labor Relations Board proceedings in light of a recent court...

  5. Supreme Court declines Cablevision stay application

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined a Cablevision Systems Corp request seeking a stay of National Labor Relations Board proceedings in which the company is in...

  6. Verizon order casts spotlight on secretive U.S. surveillance court

    The leak of a document showing the Obama administration asked for millions of phone records has turned a spotlight anew on a secretive U.S. federal court set up 35 y...

  7. DuPont profit doubles as drought boosts farm sales

    Chemicals maker DuPont's quarterly profit more than doubled as the worst dry spell in decades encouraged U.S. farmers to buy its drought-hardy seeds and crop-protect...

  8. In Shell win, ruling limits jurisdiction in foreign rights cases

    In a closely watched ruling that left questions unanswered, the Supreme Court said on Wednesday that federal courts do not have jurisdiction to hear lawsuits against...

  9. Supreme Court Hears Landmark Case on Gay Marriage

    America's top court convened on Tuesday to take up the delicate and divisive issue of gay marriage, with the nine Supreme Court justices set to consider the legality...

  10. Top Court Limits SEC Authority to Seek Penalties

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday limited the authority of the federal government's top securities regulator to seek civil penalties over conduct that occurred mor...

  11. U.S. Supreme Court Hears Case on Foreign-Tax Credits

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday appeared split on Wednesday whether utilities that paid a windfall tax in the United Kingdom can claim a foreign-tax credit on their U...

  12. Supreme Court Voices Skepticism of Challenge to Monsanto Patent Rights

    Several members of the U.S. Supreme Court voiced skepticism Tuesday about a farmer's challenge to the scope of Monsanto Co.'s (MON) patent rights on its Roundup Read...

  1. Where is Kim Jong Un?

    Author of “Dear Reader” Michael Malice discusses North Korea, the country’s political leaders and Kim Jong Un’s disappearance.

  2. Will ‘Fashion Police’ be the same without Joan Rivers?

    The Hollywood and Vine panel weighs in on nude celebrity photos, the ‘Fashion Police’ TV show and Bruce Jenner.

  3. Stossel 08/28/14: The Green Monster

    Stossel and guests debate whether the EPA has gone too far with regulations

  4. White House seen as weak on Iraq?

    Matt Schlapp, former President George W. Bush White House Political Director, and Brad Blakeman, former President George W. Bush advisor, on Sen. Lamar Alexander’s campaign and Iraq.

  5. Did politics play a role in bringing doctor with Ebola back to U.S.?

    NYU Langone Medical Center Professor Dr. Marc Siegel on the American doctor stricken with Ebola brought back to the U.S. and the patient in an NYC hospital tested for Ebola.

  6. Texas AG: We have a lot of crime to deal with because of our open border

    Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott on the need to improve border security.

  7. Voter’s rights at risk in certain states?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on President Obama’s comments on voter’s rights.

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