FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the Democrats who ignored his calls for an interview and the impact on their re-election efforts.
Stericycle V.P. Mike Rozembajgier on the jump in the number of recalls this year.
Former Third-Party Presidential Candidate Ralph Nader on why the minimum wage should be increased.
The Independents discuss their list of Enemies of Freedom from zombies and Elizabeth Warren to Dick Cheney.
‘Unstoppable’ author Ralph Nader on the need for separation of government and big business.
‘Unstoppable’ author Ralph Nader on the fallout from the GM recall scandal.
FBN’s Jeff Flock talks to Saturn Ion owner Joanna Haugh about GM’s delays in repairing recalled vehicles.
FBN’s Jeff Flock and Gerri Willis report on GM four-months after its ignition-switch recall.
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader on the GM compensation plan.
Attorneys Bob Hilliard and Robin Greenwald on GM’s compensation fund.
‘Unstoppable’ author Ralph Nader on the mounting General Motors recall scandal.
The Car Coach Lauren Fix and FBN’s Jeff Flock on the latest on GM’s recalls.
Safety advocate Joan Claybrook, The Wall Street Journal’s Neal Boudette and attorney Bob Hilliard on the General Motors recall.
‘Unstoppable’ author Ralph Nader and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on calls for a minimum wage increase and the protests after the Michael Brown and Eric Garner grand jury decisions.
Center for Auto Safety Executive Director Clarence Ditlow and consumer advocate Ralph Nader on the Takata airbag scandal.
Consumer Advocate Ralph Nader weighs in on the criminal investigation and legal problems coming to Takata's negligent airbag company and what will happen next.
‘Unstoppable’ Author Ralph Nader on his concerns about Hillary Clinton’s politics.
FOX News contributor Deroy Murdock and Washington Free Beacon writer Ellison Barber on voter fraud and the potential impact of Libertarians and independents on the midterm elections.
Greycroft Partners Managing Director Alan Patricof says you don’t need to have a Facebook or Google to make money in venture capital.
Consumer Advocate Ralph Nader argues the least productive thing Apple’s Tim Cook could do is buy back stock.