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How did the government miss the gyrocopter Capitol landing?

Lt. Col. Oliver North explains how a gyrocopter was able to land on the Capitol lawn without being stopped by the government and discusses Al Qaeda’s capturing of an oil port in Southern Yemen.

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  1. Image problem for the Republican Party?

    Actor and singer Robert Davi on the steps to changing the perceptions of the Republican Party.

  2. Pope Francis to retire early?

    The Mensa panel weighs in on a man faking his death to get out of marriage, Egypt and the ‘Ice Bucket Challenge.’

  3. Are the markets immune?

    Simon Constable of The Wall Street Journal breaks down how investors can digest global uncertainty.

  4. America losing the ‘war on terror?’

    FNC national security analyst KT McFarland on Benghazi, America’s ‘war on terror’ and the crisis in Iraq.

  5. Remittances to Developing World Set to Rise to $414B

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  6. Oil Surges to Two-Year High on Syria Concerns

    Brent crude oil surged to a six-month high on Wednesday as western countries prepared to attack Syria, raising concerns over the security of oil supplies across the ...

  7. U.S. Crude Prices Tick Up

    Brent edged above $110 a barrel on Friday, buoyed by upbeat business surveys that suggested the global economy is on the mend and kindled hopes for higher fuel deman...

  8. Chaos in Egypt Spotlights Risk in Energy Markets

    Global investors are once again setting their sights on chaos in the Middle East.Even though Egypt is a minor player on the oil production front, the crisis-ravaged ...

  9. Egypt Exposure Sparks Downgrade of Apache

    Shares of Apache (NYSE:APA) slumped more than 4% on Monday after Stifel Nicholas downgraded the oil-exploration company due to concerns that deepening chaos in Egypt...

  10. Global Markets Set for Steep Weekly Drop

    Global shares headed for their biggest weekly fall in almost two months on Friday, with markets setting aside evidence of a broad economic upturn to focus on signs t...

  11. Oil Up a Fifth Session To Close At Two-week High

    Oil futures climbed Thursday, scoring a gain for a fifth straight session to finish at their highest level in two weeks, as turmoil in Egypt fed concerns over suppli...

  12. Brent rises near $107 on Egypt high alert

    Brent crude oil rose towards $107 a barrel on Friday after Egypt's army said it was on high alert after an attack in Sinai, pushing the price to its biggest weekly g...

  1. Christianity under attack in the Middle East

    Fox News National Security Analyst KT McFarland discusses David Cameron and the violence against Christians in the Middle East.

  2. Yemeni fighters repel Houthis in key port city

    Fox News Military Analyst MAJ. General Robert Scales (RET.) on fighting in Yemen, Iran nuclear deal and Russia’s dispute with NATO.

  3. When will a nuclear deal be reached?

    Former Israel Ambassador to the U.N. Dore Gold discusses the latest on nuclear talks in Iran.

  4. Should the U.S. stay out of nuclear talks?

    Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense KT McFarland discusses the U.S.’s involvement in the Iran nuclear talks and the latest developments in Yemen.

  5. What is spooking oil markets?

    Fross & Fross Wealth Management’s Rob Fross, Independent Women’s Forum Executive Director Sabrina Schaeffer and FBN’s Adam Shapiro on what is spooking the oil markets, Middle East foreign policy and the blowback from the Bergdahl swap.

  6. Obama Administration doesn’t consider ISIS an existential threat?

    FNC national security analyst KT McFarland and FNC Middle East and terrorism analyst Walid Phares on Obama Administration foreign policy and its handling of ISIS.

  7. Neil’s Spiel: U.S. losing allies in the Middle East?

    Heritage Senior Middle East Fellow Jim Phillips and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the uncertainties for the U.S. in the Middle East.

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