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Google bigger than Russia’s stock market?

The Wall Street Journal’s Veronica Dagher, national Republican fundraiser Noelle Nikpour and FBN’s Neil Cavuto and Tracy Byrnes on Russia’s markets and economy, Mitt Romney ’s tweet about Sony’s hacking and Time Magazine’s warning to its reporters.

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  1. Jeb Bush 2016 run?

    ‘The Five’ Co-Host Eric Bolling on whether Jeb Bush will run for president.

  2. Barclays to FBN: Jeb Bush remains senior adviser to bank

    FBN's Charlie Gasparino on news Jeb Bush is ‘actively exploring a run for president.'

  3. Jeb Bush considering presidential run

    Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Stephen Moore and CME Group Executive Chairman Terry Duffy on Jeb Bush’s social media announcement about exploring running for President.

  4. Spending bill revealing a divide within Republican and Democratic Party?

    Washington Times Political Editor Stephen Dinan, FNC political analyst Ed Rollins and FNC contributor Ellen Ratner on the spending bill, immigration and the potential Republican Presidential candidates in 2016.

  5. A minimum wage hike the answer to the ‘week of rage?’

    ‘Unstoppable’ author Ralph Nader and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on calls for a minimum wage increase and the protests after the Michael Brown and Eric Garner grand jury decisions.

  6. What’s the Deal, Neil: Republicans sign on to $1.1T spending bill?

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the spending bill and conservatives’ concerns about the Republican Party’s potential 2016 Presidential candidates.

  7. Obama and Colbert face off

    Former Bain Capital Managing Director and Partner Ed Conard on President Obama taking on late-night show host Stephen Colbert, and on regulating banks.

  8. Jonathan Gruber heads to Capitol Hill

    FBN’s Rich Edson and Fox News Contributor Byron York discuss the Jonathan Gruber hearing.

  9. Republican establishment getting behind Jeb Bush in 2016?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the potential Republican Presidential candidates in 2016.

  10. What’s the Deal, Neil: Romney the only Republican who could beat Clinton?

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on recent polls showing Mitt Romney is the only Republican leading against Hillary Clinton in a potential matchup in the 2016 Presidential race and Time Magazine considering the Ferguson protestors as the Person of the Year.

  11. White House planning to force businesses to pay more overtime?

    CKE Restaurants CEO Andy Puzder on reports the Obama Administration is planning to force businesses to pay workers more overtime.

  12. President Romney in 2016?

    National Republican Fundraiser Noelle Nikpour on a potential Presidential run by Mitt Romney in 2016.

  1. North Korean hacker victory?

    Mediatech Capital Managing Partner Porter Bibb and Writers Guild of America Executive Director Lowell Peterson discuss the fallout of Sony’s decision to pull ‘The Interview.’

  2. Sony caves to cyberterrorism reporter Dominic Patten and Judge Andrew Napolitano on Sony’s decision not to release ‘The Interview.’

  3. Would ‘The Interview’ have bombed at the box office?

    Mediaite Columnist Joe Concha says it was easy for Sony to pull the plug on ‘The Interview’ because it would have probably bombed at the box office anyway.

  4. Outrage against Sony

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald breaks down outrage against Sony’s decision to cancel ‘The Interview.’

  5. Bret Baier on Cuban policy

    ’Special Report’ Anchor Bret Baier on the Obama Administrations agreement with Cuba to open diplomatic relations and also talks presidential politics.

  6. Is Mitt Romney tempted by the poll numbers to run for President in 2016?

    SkyBridge Capital founder Anthony Scaramucci and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the potential Republican field running for President in 2016.

  7. Will Romney run in 2016?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and FOX Business Contributor Anthony Scaramucci discuss presidential politics and whether Steve Cohen will come back into business.

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