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Obama Administration negotiating a weak deal with Iran?

Boston Properties Executive Chairman Mort Zuckerman on Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch’s comments on immigration and the Obama Administration’s handling of Israel and Iran.

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  2. Senate Panel OKs Ukraine Bill With Sanctions

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  3. Oil Holds Above $107 on Syria Worries

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  5. Gold Falls Below $1,400, Silver Plunges 3.5%

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  9. Rand Paul on Filibuster, Brennan Confirmation

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  10. Sen. Barrasso: Won't Trade Spending Cut for Tax Increase

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  11. Double Standard in Mainstream Media’s Handling of Sen. Menendez Scandal?

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  1. Senate Democrats fold on sanctioning Iran

    Fox News Contributor Richard Grenell on the Senate’s decision not to sanction Iran.

  2. Yemen’s president resigns

    Sen. James Risch, (R-Idaho), on Yemen, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s plans to address Congress and President Obama’s comments on loopholes that lead to inequality in the State of the Union.

  3. Boehner invites Netanyahu to address Congress

    Karl Rove, former Deputy Chief of Staff to President George W. Bush, on Speaker Boehner inviting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address Congress on Iran and the state of the economy and job market.

  4. White House strategy against ISIS failing?

    Rep. Ed Royce, (R-Calif.), on the Obama Administration’s handling of ISIS.

  5. Will Putin strike against other countries if not stopped in Ukraine?

    FNC national security analyst KT McFarland and former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine John Herbst on the Ukraine-Russia conflict.

  6. Iran an ally against ISIS, but still working on nuclear weapon?

    Former U.S. spokesman at the U.N. Richard Grenell on Iran’s nuclear program and oil production.

  7. Bret Baier on the immigration debate

    Special Report host Bret Baier discusses the crisis at the border.

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