Washington Times Online Opinion Editor Monica Crowley discusses the chaos in the Middle East and Iran.
Renowned mentalist The Amazing Kreskin on his career as a mentalist and the war on terror.
House Budget Committee chairman Rep. Paul Ryan discusses the president’s handling the Middle East, America’s military budget, and tax reform.
Arizona Congressmen Rep. Matt Salmon weighs in on Obama's U.N. speech.
Anthony Scaramucci of SkyBridge Capital breaks down his biggest fears if Scotland breaks away from the UK.
Overstock.com CEO Patrick Byrne on the company’s use of bitcoin and possible integration of Apple Pay.
Filmmaker Ken Burns on his 28th documentary ‘The Roosevelts,’ which examines the lives of Theodore, Franklin and Eleanor Roosvelt.
Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on Sen. Sanders’ proposed estate tax plan.
Cato Institute EVP David Boaz on why people are obsessed with the saying ‘war on’.
Navy Reserve Chief Vice Admiral Robin Braun rings the opening bell on Wall Street.
First Trust Advisors chief economist Brian Wesbury and GFI Group director of sales and trading John Spallanzani on geopolitical concerns affecting the markets.
National security expert KT McFarland on the Israel-Gaza conflict and the crisis in Ukraine.
O’Shaughnessy Asset Management CEO Jim O’Shaughnessy and Stephen Schork of The Schork Report break down how to build your portfolio around geopolitical volatility.
Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer discusses his takeaways from the Munich Security Conference, Greece’s economy and Ukraine peace talks among world leaders in Belarus.
Fox News National Security Analyst KT McFarland weighs in on the crisis in Ukraine.
Frommer’s Editorial Director Pauline Frommer on the top travel destinations to consider in 2015.
FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the state of race relations under the Obama Administration.
WL Ross & Co. Chairman Wilbur Ross on calls to raise the gas tax.
FOX News Contributor KT McFarland discusses the impact of Chuck Hagel stepping down from his post as Secretary of Defense.
James Grant of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer breaks down what can learn today from the depression of 1920.