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Why is Apple spending $1.9B in Europe?

FBN’s Elizabeth MacDonald on Apple building data centers in Europe and keeping its money overseas.

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  1. President Obama says racism ‘deeply rooted’ in our society

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on some of President Obama’s recent comments on race in America.

  2. Goya expands to satisfy healthy appetites

    Goya Foods President Bob Unanue discusses the company’s expansion plans which includes four new facilities in Houston, L.A., Atlanta and New Jersey and a $300M investment in a healthy food product lines.

  3. NYPD announces new marijuana policy

    Author Deirdre Imus and FNC’s Lis Wiehl weigh in on Eminem’s Veterans Day performance, Jeb Bush’s potential run for president, Governor Rick Perry and the NYPD’s new marijuana policy.

  4. Rep. Gardner: Now there is a chance for us to be truly bipartisan

    Rep. Cory Gardner, (R-Co.), on winning the Senate race in Colorado and hopes for more bipartisanship in Washington.

  5. Will President Obama pass amnesty through executive order?

    FNC’s Ed Henry weighs in on the results of the midterm elections, President Obama and Joe Biden.

  6. Karl Rove breaks down the midterm elections

    Former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove on the midterm elections and President Obama.

  7. What happens if the GOP wins the Senate?

    Herman Cain weighs in on what could happen if the GOP wins control of the Senate and the African-American vote.

  8. Economy the most important issue to voters?

    Author Ed Klein weighs in on Hillary Clinton and why Democratic candidates are distancing themselves from President Obama.

  9. Alaska Democrat says President Obama is ‘not relevant’

    ‘The Hill’ Associate Editor A.B. Stoddard and FNC’s Jedediah Bila on the Obama Administration’s impact on the midterm elections.

  10. President Obama becoming a liability for Democrats on the campaign trail?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on President Obama’s potential impact on the midterm elections.

  11. Democrats hope Michelle Obama can boost Senate campaigns

    FBN’s Carl Cameron reports on Democrats' chances in the November Senate races.

  12. Americans having trouble winding down from work?

    FBN’s Jo Ling Kent, Sandra Smith and Liz MacDonald on a study about which professions drink the most coffee, a report on Americans working between 10PM-6AM and youth obesity.

  1. Nestle says goodbye to artificial flavors

    ‘Big Fat Surprise’ author Nina Teicholz weighs in on Nestle’s decision to remove artificial flavors from its candies and healthy eating habits.

  2. Is Hillary Clinton hiding from the media?

    ‘Blood Feud’ Author Ed Klein on whether Hillary Clinton has been staying away from the press.

  3. The vaccination debate heats up

    Author Deirdre Imus and FNC’s Lis Wiehl weigh in on the UK’s three-parent baby’ law, doctors who are refusing to see patients who aren’t vaccinated, and Angelina Jolie.

  4. U.S. overreacting to airplane terror threats?

    Fox News Strategic Analyst Lt. Col. Ralph Peters weighs in on terror threats against airplanes and the U.S., and Michelle Obama ’s decision to not wear a headscarf during a trip to Saudi Arabia.

  5. Obama’s 529 tax plan could hurt the middle class

    Americans for Tax Reform State Affairs Patrick Gleason and Independent Women’s Forum Executive Director Sabrina Schaeffer on Obama’s plan to increase taxes, middle class economics and his 529 plan to get rid of tax breaks for college savings.

  6. ISIS fighter accidentally tweets secret location

    Actor and comedian Joe Piscopo weighs in on the Twitter firestorm created by Carson Daly’s NYPD hat, an ISIS fighter who tweeted out a secret location and actress Kaley Cuoco’s comments about feminism.

  7. New Congress to push back against White House food policies?

    Conservative Commentator Katrina Pierson, Young America’s Foundation Ashley Pratte and Advantage Payroll Services President Rob Basso weigh in on the latest U.S. sanctions against North Korea, the ‘Price Is Right’ contestants’ thoughts on how much Apple’s iPhone 6 costs and the new Congress’ plans to push back against White House food polices.

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