Obama is back on the attack. Plus - the panel's picks for the biggest turkeys of 2013
Does the U.S. need to act as the world's police? Stossel and guests debate a military strike against Syria, the politics of war and to what extent foreign aid helps poor nations
Islamic terror threat remains a global cancer
Clips emphasize the religion's contributions to women's rights
New host of 'Fox & Friends' sits down with Sean
Author Karima Bennoune says neither side knows what they’re talking about when it comes to the Middle East conflict.
Former Islamic activist Ed Husain weighs in
Stossel and guests look at the increasingly aggressive techniques used by law enforcement. Also, a look at the use of swat raids, drones and the NSA
How did Asma al-Assad go from being a fighter for women's rights to the wife of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad?
View from the front lines of Syria's civil war
Muriel Siebert wouldn't sit in the back of Wall Street's all-male bus. Instead, flouting tradition and breaking all the rules, she bought a seat in the front row.In ...
The New York Times’ Tom Friedman talks to Don Imus about the future of newspapers, as well as the current crises in the Middle East.
'Special Report' All-Star panel weighs in
Former Libertarian Presidential candidate Gary Johnson talks about gay marriage, the NSA spying, healthcare and more.
Shannon Bream reports
Niger Innis, Richard Fowler debate Rep. Grayson's campaign
Now Obama can 'get back to work'
U.S. enters 13th year of military operation
Obama selling Obamacare to sympathy audience in PG county, NSA and FISA courts with Judge and the CR battle is on. Chris Stirewalt and guests discuss