The Mensa panel weighs in on reports about Al Sharpton’s unpaid taxes, President Obama’s immigration policy and the ‘normal’ Barbie doll’s debut.
FBN's Neil Cavuto weighs in on the conviction of Galleon Hedge Fund Founder Raj Rajaratnam.
Author Linda Fairstein on her latest book, 'Silent Mercy.'
Sen. Joe Lieberman, (I-Conn.), discusses why the current attitude on Capitol Hill won't help the economy.
A look at the the influential names and celebrities who passed away in 2010.
FNC radio host Alan Colmes on what issues will be tackled first by Congress after the November elections.
Alliance for Retirement Prosperity's Larry Hunter on the late senatorss children continuing to get his salary for the next year.
FBN’s Peter Barnes on Democratic Senatorial Candidate Gov. Joe Manchin coming out in support of extending the Bush tax cuts.
By John WhitesidesWASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Republican win in even onechamber of the U.S. Congress would create a huge shake-up inWashington, with far-reaching implic...
The Senate on Tuesday cleared the way to extend long-term unemployment benefits, breaking a partisan stalemate that has caused 2.5 million jobless Americans to lose ...
FBN's Peter Barnes on Democrats’ hopes that they’ll have 60 votes in the Senate to pass an extension of unemployment benefits.
FBN’s Connell McShane on looming tensions among members of the president’s independent commission as they convene today for the first time.
FBN's Connell McShane on whether the Senate will get enough votes to avoid a fillibuster of the financial reform bill.
Comedian Sherrod Small and Newsday Columnist Ellis Henican weigh in on the APEC Summit and Vladimir Putin.
Robb Report SVP David Arnold on the company’s latest rankings of the best of the best in luxury.
FNC’s Santita Jackson and Democratic political consultant Basil Smikle join the Independents to talk about the Catholic church and religion.
FNC’s Bob Beckel on the battle ahead of the Iowa Caucus.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on the lack of information made available to the public in the debt negotiations.
Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX) on why he believes Congress members need to cut back on vanity projects.
When it comes to politicians using your tax dollars to rename public properties after themselves, have you ever asked yourself, is America turning into Uzbekistan?Wa...