Author Deidre Imus and FNC’s Lis Wiehl weigh in on the Pope, zoos, the healthiness of school lunches and legalized marijuana in Colorado.
Stossel and guests look at recent examples of free speech being squelched
‘Teachers Versus the Public’ author Dr. Paul Peterson on the divide between how educators and the general public views the educational system and how teachers are paid.
Reason Magazine Managing Editor Katherine Mangu-Ward, Progressive columnist Rick Ungar, Capitalist Pig Asset Management’s Jonathan Hoenig and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on the push for more infrastructure spending.
Blue Apron CEO Matt Salzberg on his do-it-yourself meal business.
Monica Crowley and Gavin McInnes on the policies they believe would better the world.
Extended web exclusive: Warren Buffett’s children -- Susie, Howard and Peter -- on growing up in the face of the public and life in the Buffett house.
Warren Buffett and his children -- Susie, Howard and Peter -- talk to FBN’s Liz Claman about growing up as a Buffett.
Warren Buffett’s children -- Susie, Howard and Peter -- on growing up in the face of the public and life in the Buffett house.
The Wall Street Journal’s Mary Kissel weighs in on President Obama and the latest economic data.
Brooke Goldstein and Baratunde Thurston on issues in the Middle East.
FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the state of the job market and the decline in household income.
Stossel and guest discuss how government uses its force to push people around and take their stuff
American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten on the common core standards in education.
Lerer Ventures managing director Eric Hippeau on the latest on Alibaba ahead of the IPO.
Former DC Public Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee on what is needed to reform the U.S. educational system.
FBN’s John Stossel on the rumors that have become entrenched in public opinion.
Campus Crest CEO Ted Rollins on the company’s focus on housing near 4-year public colleges.
FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the fallout from the Veterans Affairs scandal.
Andy Levy and Katherine Mangu Ward on President Obama’s outrage over the V.A. scandal.