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  1. Dr. Cosgrove: We had over 500 volunteers to help with Ebola

    Cleveland Clinic CEO Dr. Toby Cosgrove on the return of LeBron James to the Cleveland Cavaliers and America’s handling of Ebola.

  2. Rudy Giuliani : Republicans will take the Senate

    Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani gives his outlook for the midterm elections, Ebola and what he would like to see if the GOP takes the Senate.

  3. Reclaiming America’s lost history

    ‘Lost History’ host Brad Meltzer on the search for key artifacts from American history that are missing.

  4. Dr. Richard Haass talks Ebola, ISIS threats

    Council on Foreign Relations President Dr. Richard Haass weighs in on the Ebola crisis and the war against ISIS.

  5. Who will replace Eric Holder?

    FBN's Charles Payne and Charlie Gasparino, Maxfunds.com Co-founder Jonas Max Ferris, Former Bush spokesperson Mercedes Schlapp and WSJ Columnist Veronica Dagher discuss Eric Holder's resignation and possible replacements.

  6. General Keane on U.S. ISIS strategy

    Institute for the Study of War chairman General Jack Keane gives insight into the U.S. plan for taking on ISIS.

  7. Rudy Giuliani on the risks to America from ISIS

    Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani on concerns America is vulnerable to a potential attack from terrorists from groups such as ISIS and Manuel Noriega’s lawsuit against Activision Blizzard over its ‘Call of Duty’ video game.

  8. 9/11 remembered: The day the world changed

    Doreen Mogavero of O’Neil Advisors, Holland & Company chairman Mike Holland, United Advisors chief market strategist Scott Martin, and Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough reflect on 9/11.

  9. President Obama admits golfing after James Foley beheading was bad ‘optics’

    Executive coach Roy Cohen on why the Obama Administration is mishandling the mounting risks from ISIS.

  10. Has America’s food stamp system created a cycle of dependency?

    FNC contributor Jason Riley on the impact of America’s food stamp and welfare program.

  11. Russia bans food imports

    FNC’s Bret Baier and WSJ business editor Dennis Berman on the ripple effects of tighter Russian sanctions.

  12. It’s time to step up, Mr. President

    Former CIA covert operations officer Mike Baker and WSJ editor-in-chief Gerard Baker discuss geopolitical risks and foreign policy.

  1. Bernard Kerik on NYC Mayor de Blasio’s comments

    Former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik on NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio’s comments about the city’s police department.

  2. NYPD officer not indicted in death of Eric Garner

    Attorney Arthur Aidala discusses the chokehold death of Eric Garner.

  3. Lessons learned from Ferguson fallout?

    Author Michael Malice and The Washington Free Beacon writer Lachlan Markay weigh in on the violence in Ferguson, Missouri, and the resignation of officer Darren Wilson.

  4. What’s the Deal, Neil: Sen. Schumer doing a 180 on ObamaCare?

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on Sen. Charles Schumer speaking out against ObamaCare and the media coverage of the fallout from the Michael Brown shooting.

  5. Did authorities do enough in Ferguson?

    InvestorPlace Editor Jeff Reeves, Forbes senior political contributor Rick Ungar and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes discuss the Ferguson riots and government regulations.

  6. Fmr. New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani on chaos in Ferguson

    Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani reacts to the Ferguson grand jury decision, and violence that ensued.

  7. More underlying issues with the Ferguson case?

    The Wall Street Journal's Jason Riley discusses Fergusons expected rioting and Reich’s comments on customers creating jobs and not CEO’s.

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