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Jersey shore family uses comic books to rebuild after Hurricane Sandy

Host Jamie Colby travels to the Jersey Shore to follow Brick Wenzel’s journey to sell his family’s secret comic book collection to help rebuild his business after Hurricane Sandy.

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  1. Worker files charges against Ford, UAW

    The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel on a Ford employee’s lawsuit against the company and the UAW.

  2. Minnesota child-care providers look to fight back against unionization

    Child-care provider Jennifer Parrish on her lawsuit against Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton and why she is against joining a union.

  3. Lumerica president on manufacturing business

    Lumerica president Justin Palm on the challenges facing business today.

  4. Stossel 07/17/14: Big Brother

    A special edition of Stossel at 'Freedomfest' in Las Vegas

  5. Art Laffer: Michigan in 4-5 years could be the star-performing state

    Former Reagan Economic Advisor Art Laffer on the future of Detroit and Michigan.

  6. Violence continues to flare in the West Bank

    Former deputy assistant secretary of defense KT McFarland and Average Joe options chief strategist Todd Horwitz discuss global tensions and the markets.

  7. The 3 stocks that could double their earnings within 5 years

    Barron’s Senior Editor Jack Hough on the three stocks with the potential for high earnings growth.

  8. Health care vouchers for vets?

    Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX) on health care for veterans, the Virginia primary upset and Tesla.

  9. Stossel 05/01/2014: You Can't Say That

    Stossel and guests look at recent examples of free speech being squelched

  10. $26 minimum wage in The Golden State?

    Agenda Project founder Erica Payne and FBN’s Charles Payne on the minimum-wage debate.

  11. Gov. Mike Pence: Washington, DC is broke

    Gov. Mike Pence, (R-Ind.), on how government can reduce spending by spending more efficiently.

  12. UAW slams decision giving anti -union workers voice in VW dispute

    The United Auto Workers on Wednesday sharply criticized and vowed to appeal a U.S. agency's decision to let anti-UAW Volkswagen workers defend the results of an elec...

  1. President Obama’s approval rating under water in new polls

    Chicago Sun-Times Washington Bureau Chief Lynn Sweet and Republican Strategist Angela McGlowan on President Obama’s declining job approval numbers and the confirmation hearing of Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch.

  2. How Obama Administration policies impact your wallet

    Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Steve Moore, Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist and The Weekly Standard Executive Editor Fred Barnes on the state of the economy.

  3. More states adopting ‘right to work ’ rules

    Manhattan Institute Fellow Dan DiSalvo discusses the adoption of ‘ right to work ’ rules and stopping unions.

  4. Teen lawmaker: Conservative values are the way to success

    Delegate-Elect Saira Blair, (R-WV), discusses why she decided to run for office.

  5. What the midterms mean for your money

    Former Governor Frank Keating, Newedge Director of Market Strategy Robbert van Batenburg, and Washington Times Opinion Editor Monica Crowley discuss the impact of the Republican victory on the economy, markets and business.

  6. US court rules Fed-Ex drivers are employees

    National Right to Work President Mark Mix on a US court’s ruling on Fed-Ex drivers and Minnesota home health care workers’ union vote.

  7. Ford worker challenging union dues

    National Right to Work Foundation President Mark Mix on a Ford employee’s lawsuit against the company and UAW.

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