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Al Gore Sued Over Al Jazeera ’s Acquisition of Current TV

FBN’s Adam Shapiro on the lawsuit against Al Gore over the deal to sell Current TV to Al Jazeera .

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  1. Challenger: Dec. Job Cuts Fall to 32,556

    FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down the stories moving the markets ahead of the trading day.

  2. Al Jazeera buys Gore's Current TV, terms undisclosed

    Al Jazeera said on Wednesday it will buy Current TV, the struggling cable channel founded by Al Gore and partners, in a move that will boost the Qatar-based broadcas...

  3. Al Jazeera Nears Purchase of Cable Channel Current TV -NYT

    Current TV, co-founded by Al Gore, is near a sale to Al Jazeera, the New York Times reported Wednesday.Under a structure being negotiated, Al Jazeera would create a ...

  4. Syrian General Defects, Claims Chemical Weapons Used

    FNC Middle East Analyst Walid Phares on the Syrian general who defected and accused the Assad regime of using chemical weapons against Syrian rebels.

  5. Peters: Obama’s Mideast Strategy a Catastrophic Failure

    Lt. Col. Ralph Peters on the current state of U.S. relations in the Middle East.

  6. Bolton: Obama Needs to Draw Line in Middle East

    Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton on the attacks against U.S. diplomats in the Middle East.

  7. Telecom Italia Media Channel Posts Rise in Advertising Revenue

    Telecom Italia Media Spa (TME.MI), the broadcasting company owned by Italian telecommunications incumbent Telecom Italia (TIT.MI), on Friday posted an increase in fi...

  8. Olympics-London landlords squeeze cash from dead space

    London landlords are renting out everything from vacant stores to empty sports fields, rooftops and even an abandoned quarry to cash in on the tight supply of space ...

  9. Afghanistan War Photos: A Media Manufactured Scandal?

    FNC strategic analyst Lt. Col. Ralph Peters on the impact of the media on the scandal over the U.S. troop photos from Afghanistan.

  10. Don't Cross Google or You Risk Losing Your Account

    FBN's Shibani Joshi with news that Google apparently deletes accounts of those who break its rules.

  11. China's Nuclear Arsenal 'Many Times Larger' Than Previously Thought: Report [VIDEO]

    A group of students at Georgetown University started this as a homework project, but after analyzing China's huge network of tunnels for storing missiles for as long...

  12. U.S. Must Maintain Presence in Middle East

    We are seeing a buildup of troops in the Middle East . Yes, a buildup, not a reduction. The buildup is occurring to keep a presence in the region, following our exit...

  1. Republicans Threaten to Block Cabinet Picks Over Benghazi

    “Spring Fever” author Andrew McCarthy and FNC national security analyst KT McFarland on the President’s nominations for Defense Secretary and CIA Director.

  2. Gore’s Media Tour: Hypocritical Much?

    FBN’s Dennis Kneale on Al Gore’s new book and media tour after his controversial sale of Current TV to Al - Jazeera .

  3. Algeria Hostage Standoff Continues

    Foreign governments piled pressure on Algeria Thursday to quickly solve the hostage crisis at the In Amenas natural-gas field, as the standoff between security force...

  4. Debt Ceiling Power Grab Kicks Into High Gear

    Former Reagan economic advisor Art Laffer on the latest battle of government spending and the debt ceiling.

  5. Was Time Magazine’s Gov. Christie Cover Offensive?

    FNC legal analyst Tamara Holder debates Imus in the Morning’s Bernard McGuirk on Time Magazine’s Gov. Christie cover and Al Jazeera ’s purchase of Current TV.

  6. Al Jazeera America Cash Flow To Drop 76%: Analyst

    Time Warner Cable Inc.'s decision to drop Current TV from its lineup on news it has been sold to Al Jazeera is likely to mean a 76% decline in cash flow in 2013, acc...

  7. Fiscal Cliff Clouds National Security Needs

    Former CIA Operative Mike Baker on the need to focus on national security and atrocities happening around the world.

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