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Mitt Romney announces he will not run for President in 2016

FNC contributor Michael Goodwin and former President George W. Bush Advisor Leslie Sanchez on what Mitt Romney’s decision not to run for President in 2016 means for the rest of the Republican field.

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  1. U.S. still better than the rest?

    Raymond James Investment Strategist Jeff Saut, Average Joe Options Chief Strategist Todd Horwitz and Mizuho Securities USA CEO John Koudounis discuss the market selloff and economy.

  2. Historic Northeast blizzard bad for businesses’ bottom lines?

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto, Black Rock Group Senior Director Lisa Boothe, MAXFunds.com co-founder Jonas Max Ferris and United Advisors Chief Market Strategist Scott Martin on the economic impact of the blizzard hitting the Northeast and the impact of Gov. Scott Walker and Gov. Chris Christie’s anti-union policies on their potential 2016 Presidential runs.

  3. Senator Warren says government gets credit for drug creation?

    Heritage Chief Economist Steve Moore discusses Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s, (D-Mass.), comments on medical innovations and tax dollars.

  4. New taxes are actually hurting middle class?

    ATR President Grover Norquist on President Obama’s new tax rules and the president’s tax plans.

  5. Billionaire Jeff Greene talks investing, tech and 2016 election

    Self-made billionaire Jeff Greene discusses his investments, the markets, the importance of technology and robotics, the 2016 presidential election and his plans to sell a $195 million property in Beverly Hills.

  6. Neil’s Spiel: Don’t joke about some politicians, joke about all of them

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the tendency of comedians to focus their jokes on Republican politicians.

  7. Obama politics not working?

    Washington Times Online Opinion Editor Monica Crowley weighs in on President Obama’s policies.

  8. Sen. Ted Cruz show’s his humorous side

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the highlights from FOX Business Network’s State of the Union special coverage.

  9. Charlie Gasparino dishes the gossip in Davos

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on talking to the business big shots in Davos and some gossip.

  10. Grading Sen. Ernst’s response to Obama’s SOTU

    Fox News Digital Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt discusses President Obama’s State of the Union, his veto threat, and Senator Joni Ernst’s response to the President’s address.

  11. Ross Perot Jr.: Obama needs to make economy priority

    The Perot Companies Chairman Ross Perot Jr. weighs in on President Obama’s State of the Union speech, and gives his predictions for the 2016 elections.

  12. Sen. Ted Cruz: The speech tonight was very disappointing

    Sen. Ted Cruz, (R-Texas), on the State of the Union and leadership.

  1. Double standard in media’s attacks on Romney’s wealth?

    Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Steve Moore and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the media focusing on Mitt Romney’s wealth but giving Hillary Clinton a pass.

  2. Mitt Romney jabs Hillary Clinton on jobs

    The Wall Street Journal columnist Veronica Dagher and FBN’s Neil Cavuto and Tracy Byrnes on politicians’ wealth becoming an issue ahead of the 2016 Presidential race.

  3. Why Obama’s tax plans will hurt the economy

    WSJ’s Dan Henninger on Obama’s middle class economics and the problems with his tax plans.

  4. Apple shares benefiting from 1Q earnings

    FBN’s Nicole Petallides breaks down the day in the markets.

  5. Sen. Rand Paul: We should abolish the Dept of Ed

    Senator Rand Paul, (R-KY), discusses Jeb Bush, education, foreign policy and the U.S. justice system.

  6. White House stonewalling on Benghazi?

    Rep. Trey Gowdy, (R-SC), on the investigation into Benghazi.

  7. Will Hillary Clinton run against the Obama economy?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, A&G Capital CIO Hilary Kramer, NewOak Capital President James Frischling, retail analyst Hitha Herzog and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on whether Hillary Clinton will run on the Obama economy or Bill Clinton economy in her potential 2016 Presidential bid.

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