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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.

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  1. Obama’s NLRB recess appointments ruled unconstitutional

    Cheri Jacobus from Capitol Strategies on the Supreme Court’s decision on the president’s NLRB recess appointments.

  2. Can the split in the GOP be fixed?

    Rep. James Lankford (R-OK) on GOP primary win and the Supreme Court’s ruling on Obama’s NLRB recess appointments.

  3. UAW Withdraws Objection to Tennessee Election

    The United Auto Workers union said Monday it is withdrawing its appeal of February's defeat at a Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, saying it pulled its challenge beca...

  4. Former college athlete speaks out against unionization

    Former Cornell football player Brandon Kerns breaks down why he is leery of student athletes unionizing.

  5. College Athletes, NCAA Vie for the Big Bucks

    College football stars will lobby members of congress today to allow college athletes to organize.Former Northwestern quarterback Kain Colter and former UCLA footbal...

  6. Northwestern football players win bid to unionize

    ETL Associates CEO Eugene Lee on the potential impact of unionizing student athletes.

  7. End of the student-athlete?

    Veronica Dagher of The Wall Street Journal, sports attorney Steve Ollenick and Investing Options founder Steve Place discuss the unionization of college athletes.

  8. NLRB rules Northwestern University football players can unionize

    FBN’s Rich Edson on college football’s union bid.

  9. Unionization a game-changer for college football?

    Forbes executive editor Mike Ozanian on the NLRB ’s decision to let Northwestern University football players unionize.

  10. UAW slams decision giving anti-union workers voice in VW dispute

    The United Auto Workers on Wednesday sharply criticized and vowed to appeal a U.S. agency's decision to let anti-UAW Volkswagen workers defend the results of an elec...

  11. Legal test central to U.S. union challenge of VW plant vote

    A bid by the United Auto Workers union to invalidate the results of an election it lost at a Tennessee Volkswagen plant may hinge on the novel application of a legal...

  12. UAW appeals Tennessee VW plant election to U.S. labor board

    The United Auto Workers filed an appeal with the U.S. government on Friday, asking it to set aside the results of an election last week where workers at a Tennessee ...

  1. Economic tailwinds motivating companies to boost hiring?

    Mansfield Oil Company CEO Doug Haugh, 42 Holdings President Stephen Bienko and Slavic Group President John Slavic on the steps to boosting hiring in America.

  2. Unionizing McDonald’s a bad idea?

    FBN’s Charles Payne on the push to unionize McDonald’s.

  3. US court rules Fed-Ex drivers are employees

    National Right to Work President Mark Mix on a US court’s ruling on Fed-Ex drivers and Minnesota home health care workers’ union vote.

  4. Has the White House lost the confidence of the American people?

    Forbes Media Chairman Steve Forbes on the markets, economy and the declining approval rating of the White House.

  5. NLRB rules McDonald’s responsible for employees at franchises

    FBN’s Charles Payne, retail analyst Hitha Prabhakar, Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall, Divine Capital CEO Dani Hughes and FOXBusiness.com reporter Kate Rogers on the impact of the NLRB ruling.

  6. War on business?

    FBN’s Charles Payne on the Obama Administration’s impact on business in America.

  7. White House recess appointments violated the Constitution?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the Supreme Court’s ruling on the White House recess appointments.

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