Stossel explains why he calls himself an "austerian" and his guests will show why budget cuts aren't as big or bad as you may have heard
Freedomfest founder Mark Skousen and author Robert Kuttner debate the need for government spending cuts.
"They offload Apple's tax burden onto other taxpayers – in particular, onto working families and small businesses. The lost tax revenue feeds a budget deficit that h...
Frontline Strategies’ Mark Standriff on the efforts to fight for the L.A. Times.
By Sherman LeeEntering into the new year, market turbulence and fiscal cliff fears subsided as Senate Democrats and Republicans reached a deal to extend most of the ...
Karl Rove’s thoughts on the interaction between the five living presidents
The Gov reacts to higher taxes
CampusWorks Inc.’s Eric Schoenberg on the proposed tax increase that would impact the wealthiest Americans.
Portuguese stocks slumped in an otherwise upbeat Europe on Monday, after the country's high court struck down some of the austerity measures enacted as part of its 7...
Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform discusses whether the government would consider taxing savings accounts.
Fox News goes behind the scenes of the sequester battle
Centerstate Bank CIO Joe Keating, Zacks.com Senior Equity Strategist Jared Levy, Sierra Investment Management’s David Wright and FBN’s Charles Payne on how to invest in this market environment.
Obama tries damage control on health law. Plus - budget battles resume and Hillary stumps for McAuliffe
Senator Rand Paul: Obama 'Irresponsible' To Suggest U.S. May Default, FOX News Contributors React
If you ran into Uncle Sam these days you would see he is looking pretty tired. The national debt he has been carrying around is growing larger and larger and its we...
Damon Roberts and Matt Deaton of Acute Financial have advice for individuals to become more tax efficient
How has Obama's financial rhetoric changed over the years?
Navy Yard shooting. Plus - Left claims Summers' scalp: Who's next? And uninsured not buying into ObamaCare. Chris Stirewalt and guests discuss
Former Reagan advisor Art Laffer weighs in on weak retail spending in the United States.