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Two workers stuck hanging from WTC

Former NYPD Detective Tom Ruskin, FBN’s Charlie Gasparino, James Freeman of The Wall Street Journal and Forbes Senior Political Contributor Rick Ungar weigh in on workers hanging in scaffolding from One World Trade Center.

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  1. Tax uncertainties hurting businesses, hiring?

    Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge and National Taxpayers Union’s Pete Sepp on the need for tax reform.

  2. Is perjury still illegal?

    The Independents weigh in on National Intelligence director James Clapper’s comments regarding spying on American citizens.

  3. Senate Police Investigating Suspicous Substance

    Police are investigating a suspicious substance found around the office of Sen. Ron Wyden, according to press reports. The Senate Sergeant-at-Arms tweeted that "staf...

  4. Plan to expand U.S. auto loan program faces bumpy road

    Democratic proposals to widen the scope of the Department of Energy's loan program for advanced cars could falter in the face of Republican opposition in Congress.La...

  5. Analysis: U.S. fuel export surge gives refiners surprise summer blockbuster

    In the middle of July, U.S. refiners are normally doing a brisk business selling their fuel close to home, revving up output to meet peak driving demand.This year, h...

  6. Democrats Call For Tax-Exempt Controls

    As they joined Republicans on Tuesday in bashing the Internal Revenue Service for targeting conservative groups that sought tax-exempt status, Senate Democrats had a...

  7. Oil price probe widens, senator wants Justice Department help

    A European probe into possible oil price manipulation expanded with the investigation of a small niche trading house in the Netherlands and a key U.S. senator on Fri...

  8. Senator seeks probe into impact of alleged EU oil price manipulation

    The chairman of the Senate's energy committee asked the Justice Department on Friday to investigate whether alleged price manipulation by three oil companies in Euro...

  9. Key US Senator Starts Work On Natural Gas Bill, Mulls Export Restrictions

    Sen. Ron Wyden (D. Ore.), one of the leading voices on energy policy in the U.S. Senate, is laying the groundwork for a broad-based energy bill that could impose new...

  10. Push to Raise Tax-Exempt Threshold for Shipped Goods

    A bill was recently introduced to raise the de minimis level from $200 to $800. Shipping and international retail experts say the legislation could benefit the government, small business owners and consumers.

  11. Senate, House Committees Scrutinizing Ethanol Credit Price Rise

    Two Congressional committees are looking into whether a price spike in an obscure corner of the biofuels market is behind the recent run-up in the cost of gasoline.T...

  12. White House Using Sequestration for Political Gain?

    “America the Beautiful” author Dr. Ben Carson on sequestration and the health-care law.

  1. Best candidate for President in 2016?

    Comedian Sherrod Small and Newsday Columnist Ellis Henican discuss possible presidential candidates for 2016.

  2. Apple’s future resting heavily on China?

    Capital Wave Forecast’s Shah Gilani, FBN’s Nicole Petallides and Liz MacDonald on the markets, Boeing, Apple, tax inversions and Microsoft.

  3. Jack Lew calls for ‘economic patriotism’ to end overseas tax moves

    Chapwood Investments’ Ed Butowsky, FBN’s Liz Macdonald and Nicole Petallides weigh in on the markets, 21st Century Fox’s bid for Time Warner, Yahoo’s ad-sales slump, Jack Lew, corporate tax rates and the immigration crisis.

  4. Lew calls for crackdown on tax inversions

    FBN’s Rich Edson on the White House’s call to end tax inversions.

  5. Sen. Hatch on IRS: This really is suspicious

    Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) weighs in with the latest on the IRS scandal.

  6. Tax reform necessary for economic recovery?

    Nuveen Asset Management chief equity strategist Bob Doll and Federated Investors chief equity strategist Phil Orlando talk tax reform.

  7. Lawmakers clamping down on tax-dodging multinationals

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald on the U.S. cracking down on tax-dodging companies.

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