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Voters frustrated with ‘second-rate’ standing?

FBN’s David Asman on voter frustrations ahead of the midterms.

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  1. Are companies liable for third-party hacks?

    Global Security attorney Brian Finch gives legal insight into company’s liabilities when it comes to third-party hacks.

  2. Should airports stop flights to defeat Ebola?

    FBN’s Kmele Foster, Fox News Contributor Julie Roginsky, Political Prospect editor Kayleigh McEnany discuss Ebola and the latest news out of the CDC.

  3. ISIS continues march toward Baghdad despite airstrikes

    FOX News military analyst KT McFarland on the fight against ISIS in the Middle East and John Kerry’s pledge of $212 million in Gaza aid.

  4. Gasparino: Obama says White House bracing for cyber ‘doomsday scenario’

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino discusses concerns over cyber terrorism against the U.S. government.

  5. Are U.S. hospitals prepared to handle Ebola?

    Former Lt. Gov. of New York Betsy McCaughey on the CDC and the Ebola crisis.

  6. Tax lawmakers call for extra Ebola screenings at Houston airports

    Rep. Blake Farenthold, (R-Texas), weighs in on airport screening tests happening in the Lone Star state.

  7. Why Turkey won’t fight ISIS

    Ret. Gunnery Sgt. Jesse Jane Duff and Chris Harmer of The Institute of the Study of War discuss why Turkey remains reluctant to join the fight against ISIS.

  8. Megyn Kelly on the gender-gap, ISIS

    FNC’s Megyn Kelly discusses Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s comments on women asking for a raise in the workplace, and the debate over putting boots on the ground in Syria.

  9. Government bureaucracy causing problems for the U.S.?

    The Wall Street Journal’s Dan Henninger weighs in on government bureaucracy and the risks it puts on the U.S.

  10. U.S. airport screening enough to protect against Ebola?

    Former State Department Senior Advisor Christian Whiton on the threat of ISIS in Syria near Turkey’s border and Ebola screening measures at U.S. airports.

  11. VP Joe Biden apologizes twice after offending allies in ISIS fight

    Fox News Strategic Analyst Lt. Col. Ralph Peters on Vice President Joe Biden and the conflict in the Middle East.

  12. Public opinion dragging Obama into the war against ISIS?

    Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich weighs in on Americans and the war against ISIS.

  1. White House considering treating non-citizens with Ebola in the U.S.?

    Attorney Esther Panitch and Psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Bober on reports the White House is considering allowing non-American citizens to come to the U.S. for treatment for Ebola.

  2. Foreign Ebola patients coming to the U.S. for treatment?

    Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on the possibility of the State Department bringing foreign patients with Ebola to the U.S. for treatment, and insider trading investigations into a Medicare agency.

  3. ISIS winning the PR war against U.S.?

    FNC strategic analyst Lt. Col. Ralph Peters on the latest in the fight against ISIS.

  4. Why Obama won’t declare Ottawa shooting terrorism

    Former State Department Senior Advisor Christian Whiton discusses the Canadian parliament attack and President Obama.

  5. U.S. drops ammo, small arms and medical supplies to Kurdish fighters

    Gen. Jack Keane, U.S. Army (Ret.), on the latest in the fight against ISIS and a potential lifting of sanctions against Iran.

  6. ISIS targeting American businesses in North Africa?

    FNC’s Lea Gabrielle on the war against ISIS in the Middle East, U.S. airstrikes and Turkey’s response to the terrorist group.

  7. Does the CDC Director deserve the recent criticism?

    Former FEMA Director Mike Brown and FNC Medical A-Team Dr. David Samadi on the CDC’s handling of the Ebola crisis.

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