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Could a divided government help the U.S.?

FNC’s Chris Wallace weighs in on the results of the midterm elections, America’s post-election strategy and President Obama’s secret letter to Iran.

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  1. Teen pregnancy rate drops

    Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Steve Moore and Emergency Room Nurse Practitioner Erin Tolbert on the decline in the teen pregnancy rate.

  2. Teen pregnancy rate drops

    Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Steve Moore and Emergency Room Nurse Practitioner Erin Tolbert on the decline in the teen pregnancy rate.

  3. Cost cutting, lack of hiring behind corporate earnings success?

    Concerned Veterans for America’s Jessie Jane Duff, Kadina Group President Gary B. Smith and Forbes Contributor Carrie Sheffield on corporate earnings and Sen. Rand Paul’s support from Silicon Valley.

  4. People are getting paid for not working?

    University of Chicago Economics Professor Casey Mulligan on the Obama administration’s current welfare system.

  5. Republicans building momentum ahead of mid-term elections?

    The Hill Managing Editor Bob Cusack, Young America’s Foundation’s Ashley Pratte, Editor Jonas Max Ferris and FBN’s Liz MacDonald on the mid-term elections.

  6. T.W. Shannon on U.S. Senate campaign

    U.S. Senate candidate T.W. Shannon on his campaign and the Keystone Pipeline.

  7. How Does U.S. Get Its Economy Back on Track?

    Wall Street Journal’s Steve Moore, First Trust Advisors Chief Economist Brian Wesbury and New Democratic Network President Simon Rosenberg on what is needed to boost the economy’s recovery.

  8. Debt Drama: Treasury Considers Emergency Measures

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald with news that the Treasury is considering emergency measures ahead of the U.S. debt ceiling hitting its limit Monday

  9. Getting Debt Under Control

    Former Representative Jim McCrery weighs in on the campaign to fix the debt.

  10. Government Programs: Help or Handouts

    NYC Human Resources Administration Commissioner Robert Doar on the government’s efforts to help people find jobs.

  11. Obama Trying to Create a Coalition of Dependency?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on Obama’s comments in 1998 speech on redistribution and efforts to create a “majority coalition.”

  12. Could Reagan Have Repaired Current Economy in 4 Years?

    Former Reagan Economic Advisor Art Laffer discusses whether Ronald Reagan could have done a better job than President Obama during his first term.

  1. Could a Republican win benefit Democrats in 2016?

    Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Steve Moore, First Trust’s Brian Wesbury and FBN’s Adam Shapiro on the midterm elections, the outlook for the U.S. dollar and the decline in oil prices.

  2. How a GOP Senate win could impact President Obama

    FNC’s Ed Henry weighs in on the midterm elections, President Obama and the 2016 presidential election.

  3. Another White House fence jumper

    Former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove on the second White House fence jumper and the Canadian Parliament meeting after the Ottawa shootings.

  4. If Republicans win the Senate, what happens to President Obama?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, NewOak Capital President James Frischling, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, Monster Worldwide Senior V.P. Joanie Courtney, small business expert Susan Solovic and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on the potential impact of the midterm elections.

  5. Rep. Ryan on the GOP’s message for 2016

    House Budget Committee chairman Rep. Paul Ryan discusses the Republican agenda for 2016.

  6. Christian Adams: Eric Holder has left this country more divided

    Former U.S. Department of Justice attorney Christian Adams on Attorney General Eric Holder’s legacy.

  7. Has America’s food stamp system created a cycle of dependency?

    FNC contributor Jason Riley on the impact of America’s food stamp and welfare program.

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