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  1. Stossel 07/24/14: Buried in law

    Stossel and guests look at problems with the legal system. Also, this year's 'Wacky Warning Label' contest winner is announced

  2. Tesla getting kicked out of Georgia?

    Judge Andrew Napolitano on Tesla’s battle against car dealerships in Georgia.

  3. The legal ramifications of the hacked celebrity photos

    Attorney Arthur Aidala and FNC legal analyst Lis Wiehl on the legal fallout from the hacking of photos of celebrities from Apple’s iCloud.

  4. US court rules Fed-Ex drivers are employees

    National Right to Work President Mark Mix on a US court’s ruling on Fed-Ex drivers and Minnesota home health care workers’ union vote.

  5. ObamaCare struggling to attract millennial buyers

    Young America’s Foundation’s Ashley Pratte on why millennials are not buying healthcare.

  6. Ford worker challenging union dues

    National Right to Work Foundation President Mark Mix on a Ford employee’s lawsuit against the company and UAW.

  7. Unfriendly competition between VC’s?

    Greycroft Partners' Ian Sigalow on the sharp elbows in venture capital.

  8. Worker files charges against Ford, UAW

    The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel on a Ford employee’s lawsuit against the company and the UAW.

  9. President Obama leaves vacation early to return to Washington

    Radio talk show hosts Richard Fowler and Tammy Bruce on the Obama Administration and the latest in Ferguson, Missouri.

  10. Game over for Donald Sterling’s legal battle for the Clippers?

    Steve Ballmer’s attorney Adam Streisand on the former Microsoft CEO’s purchase of the LA Clippers.

  11. Minnesota child-care providers look to fight back against unionization

    Child-care provider Jennifer Parrish on her lawsuit against Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton and why she is against joining a union.

  12. Innovating how consumers TV content

    Magine TV Chairman Kamal Bherwani on creating innovative ways for consumers to access content from broadcasters.

  1. Should the government play in your retirement plan?

    Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on how the government might be getting involved with some retirement plans and why Vermont public schools are banning brownies.

  2. Ken Burns on his documentary ‘The Roosevelts’

    Filmmaker Ken Burns on his 28th documentary ‘The Roosevelts,’ which examines the lives of Theodore, Franklin and Eleanor Roosvelt.

  3. Stossel 08/28/14: The Green Monster

    Stossel and guests debate whether the EPA has gone too far with regulations

  4. Newly insured taking the most expensive health care options?

    Reason Magazine Senior Editor Peter Suderman on why some states are seeing a rise in emergency room usage.

  5. Democrats looking to amend the Constitution?

    Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on a Senate bill to amend the Constitution.

  6. Was Mathew Martoma’s sentence too high?

    Former federal prosecutor Douglas Burns on the sentencing of former SAC Capital portfolio manager Mathew Martoma.

  7. Making the sacrifices to escape poverty

    FBN’s Charles Payne on making the sacrifices and taking the steps to improve your circumstances in life.

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