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Will the role of independent candidates be the big election night story?

Independent South Dakota Senate candidate Larry Pressler on his campaign as a third-party candidate.

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  1. Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis defends 'wheel chair ad'

    Texas Attorney General and Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott weighs in on a federal judge striking down state's voter ID law and Democratic opponent Wendy Davis' latest campaign attack ad.

  2. Minnesota, Maryland the latest states taxing Amazon customers

    Personal finance expert Andrea Woroch on the growing number of states with where Amazon is forced to charge a sales tax.

  3. Producer audited by IRS after making anti-ObamaCare movie

    ‘Sick and Sicker’ producer Logan Clements on being audited by the IRS after making a movie opposing ObamaCare.

  4. Amazon workers sue for pay for time spent on security lines

    Business attorney Seth Berenzweig on Amazon workers suing the company to be paid for time spent at security checkpoints.

  5. Should Amazon workers be paid for time spent at security checkpoints?

    FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on the Supreme Court to hear arguments in a lawsuit over whether Amazon workers should be compensated for the time spent in line at security checkpoints.

  6. Amazon workers take wage suit to Supreme Court

    Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on Amazon employees’ pay, traffic stops and states’ right-to-die laws.

  7. Midday Market Report: 10/8/14

    Family of Anna Short Harrington, the original Aunt Jemima, suing Quaker Oats

  8. Amazon under pressure

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald on Amazon’s two-front fight on taxes and worker pay.

  9. Stossel 09/18/2014: They're coming to America

    Stossel and guests debate immigration and border security

  10. Where is Kim Jong Un?

    Author of “Dear Reader” Michael Malice discusses North Korea, the country’s political leaders and Kim Jong Un’s disappearance.

  11. Limitless government under President Obama?

    The Wall Street Journal’s Dan Henninger on the Hong Kong pro-democracy protests, Eric Holder’s resignation and the Obama Administration.

  12. Gasparino: Greenberg promises victory against government

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino discusses the former insurance-giant CEO’s case against the government’s controversial AIG bailout.

  1. Changes coming to cities with red-light cameras?

    Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on red-light cameras and Tesla sales bans.

  2. Is NJ Senator Cory Booker the next President Obama?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on the big political contributions to NJ Sen. Cory Booker.

  3. ‘Founder’ John Stossel’s take on the Constitution

    FBN’s John Stossel’s take on the Constitution and today’s government.

  4. What part of the Constitution is most violated?

    FBN’s John Stossel on the American Constitution.

  5. Lawsuit challenging ObamaCare’s employer mandate delay

    Dr. Larry Kawa and Judicial Watch attorney Michael Bekesha on the legal challenge to the delay of ObamaCare’s employer mandate.

  6. Florida State Quarterback faces hearing over alleged assault from 2012

    Attorney Jonna Spilbor and FNC legal analyst Mercedes Colwin on Florida State University’s plans to hold a hearing on the sexual assault allegations against quarterback Jameis Winston and the Sayreville, New Jersey high school football team’s hazing scandal allegations.

  7. The Obama Administration’s delay tactics

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the Obama Administration’s strategy of deferring actions or decisions.

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