Host Jamie Colby travels to Birmingham, Alabama to check out an old map that went from childhood toy to valuable asset.
FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the state of race relations under the Obama Administration.
The Independents discuss their heroes of freedom.
'Founder John' discusses the importance of the Constitution
Author S.C. Gwynne on his latest book ‘Rebel Yell’, the life and history of Stonewall Jackson.
Raab Collection’s Nathan Raab on some of the rare historical documents being auctioned.
New York Times best-selling author Steve Berry on his book ‘The Lincoln Myth.’
FBN’s John Stossel breaks down his plan for economic growth and prosperity.
Comedians Rob Bartlett and Tony Powell ask average Americans questions from the U.S. Citizens test.
FBN’s Gerri Willis looks back on the history of the federal income tax.
Judge Andrew Napolitano breaks down the 14th amendment and whether the president can use it to raise the debt ceiling.
A Tourism Boo-mIn a basement at the Stanley Hotel in Colorado, paranormal investigator Lisa Nyhart pulls out equipment that uses radio frequencies to monitor "electr...
KT McFarland, FNC contributor, on the U.S.’s relationship with China and the fallout from the blind Chinese dissident.
A real estate developer fills his model homes with quirky furniture and the great-great-grandson of Confederate General George Pickett is swindled out of his inheritance of Civil War artifacts.
FBN’s Jamie Colby visits the heir of Confederate General George Pickett who is swindled out of his inheritance of civil war artifacts.
The great-great-grandson of Confederate General George Pickett is swindled out of his inheritance of Civil War artifacts and a real estate developer fills his model homes with quirky furniture.
Host Jamie Colby travels to California to check out a collection of military artifacts a woman inherited from her father.
Fox News Contributor Lt. Col. Ralph Peters, (Ret.), discusses the battle against ISIS and the crisis in Ukraine.
FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the portrayal of President Johnson in the movie ‘Selma.’
Comedian and political activist Dick Gregory discusses the movie ‘Selma’ and the civil rights movement.