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‘The Princeton Review’ Senior V.P. Rob Franek offers tips for high school senior James Cotumaccio and his father Robert Cotumaccio, a retired NYC Police Sergeant, on the college application and financial aid process.

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  1. Should Oklahoma beheading suspect be tried as domestic terrorist?

    FNC legal analyst Lis Wiehl and attorney Monica Lindstrom on the Oklahoma beheading case and the Department of Justice’s plan to ban religious and racial profiling in national security probes.

  2. Western democracies not standing up for Hong Kong protesters?

    AEI Asian Studies Resident Scholar Michael Auslin and WSJ Editorial Board Member Mary Kissel on the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.

  3. FBI furious with Google, Apple for not sharing information?

    Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt on the FBI’s criticism of Google and Apple for making encrypted phones that law enforcement can’t access.

  4. Stossel 09/11/2014: Combating terror

    Now, 13 years after 9/11, are we fighting terror effectively?

  5. Ralph Nader an ally of free market thinkers?

    ‘Unstoppable’ author Ralph Nader on the need for separation of government and big business.

  6. Millions of ObamaCare enrollees’ applications inaccurate? co-founder Jonas Max Ferris and FBN’s Liz MacDonald and David Asman on the inaccuracies found in many ObamaCare enrollees’ applications and a study on how free Americans feel.

  7. Teen reporter takes on Nancy Pelosi over NSA

    TeenTake YouTube Channel reporter Andrew Demeter on questioning House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, (D-Calif.), about the NSA’s data collection practices.

  8. NSA intercepting packages to plant bugs on electronics?

    Author Matt Kibbe weighs in on the NSA and President Obama.

  9. Glenn Greenwald on Edward Snowden becoming a whistleblower

    Glenn Greenwald on NSA abuses

  10. NSA problem won’t go away

    Rep. Justin Amash on the NSA reforms offered by President Obama.

  11. Moving Your Checking Account to a new Bank

    Switching banksLike karaoke night at your favorite bar, new banking fees have a way of making even longtime customers head for the exits.A September 2012 poll conduc...

  12. Obama Announces New Surveillance Steps

    President Barack Obama announced plans on Friday to limit sweeping U.S. government surveillance programs that have come under criticism since leaks by a former spy a...

  1. Are A-list women paid less than men?

    Actor’s Paul & Dee Dee Sorvino on actor pay and whether women are unequally paid in Hollywood.

  2. Samsung’s smart TV’s tracking your conversations?

    Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on Samsung’s smart TV’s reportedly listening to viewers and selling the information to third parties.

  3. Chris ‘Mad Dog’ Russo talks NFL playoffs

    Radio talk show host Chris Russo weighs in on the NFL playoffs and latest offseason moves.

  4. Is militarizing police wrong answer for protests?

    ‘Red Eye’ Co-Host Andy Levy, ‘Dear Reader’ Author Michael Malice, ‘The Independents’ Matt Welch and Kmele Foster discuss militarizing police, government spending and the costs of security.

  5. Government’s secret spying program targets phones

    Fort Pitt Capital Group V.P. Kim Forrest, Athena Advisor Services Senior V.P. Dan Stecich and FBN’s Cheryl Casone on the government spying program.

  6. Is the Postal Service snooping through your mail?

    Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on the legal implications of the Postal Service ‘monitoring’ people’s mail.

  7. Georgia’s government needs a libertarian?

    Libertarian Georgia Senate candidate Amanda Swafford discusses the need for a Libertarian in the Senate.

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