Former Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson argues the only way to contain Ebola is by containing travel from West Africa.
Laffer Associates Chairman Art Laffer on the Wisconsin recall election and efforts to reform public pensions in California.
Utah Governor Gary Herbert argues state's manage health-care issues better.
Gov. Gary Herbert of Utah weighs in on the economy and the S&P downgrade.
Former HHS Secretary Tommy Thompson sounds off on the White House.
FNC's Brett Baier weighs in on the Senate and presidential race.
Fmr. HHS Secretary Tommy Thompson weighs in on payouts to government workers.
Televangelist Pat Robertson and his son Gordon discuss the need to cut government spending.
Fmr. Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson on the future of the health-care law.
Former Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson weighs in on the current protests and efforts to reform union legislation.
Citizen Action of Wisconsin Executive Director Robert Kraig and FBN's Stuart Varney debate the continued strike by Wisconsin school teachers.
Fmr. Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson on how the health-care law could be amended.
Sen. Byron Dorgan, (D-N.D.), on why the health-care law needs a chance to succeed in America.
Former Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson on the government’s handling of the Ebola crisis.
Fmr. Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee and former George W. Bush HHS Secretary Tommy Thompson on the Kathleen Sebelius’ resignation, the IRS and ObamaCare.
Walk into the lobby of Weldall Manufacturing in Waukesha, Wis., and you quickly realize you're not at your everyday company.What you don't see: drab office furniture...
Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani on a report on where New York City welfare recipients are spending the money.
Pantsuits are about to have a fashion moment.Last night’s election ushered in several female senators, bringing the number of female representatives in the Senate to...
FBN’s Lou Dobbs on how the election could impact the political makeup of Congress.
Former Gov . Tommy Thompson , (R-Wisc.), on the engaged voters that are making the state’s recall election so close.