FNC’s Megyn Kelly discusses Robert Durst’s arrest for alleged murder.
“The Fifth Assassin” author Brad Meltzer on his research of the four Presidential assassinations for his new book.
Bo Dietl of Investigations.com discusses the pick of Rep. Paul Ryan, (R-Wisc.) for Vice President by Mitt Romney.
No one knows the life-changing power of luck better than actors.Just the sheer odds of standing out among thousands of bright-faced, oh-so-impossibly attractive aspi...
FBN Contributor Bo Dietl on the importance of finding work for veterans returning from war.
When Love and Money Collide on the Big ScreenWhat happens when love and finances collide in a big-budget Hollywood movie?Hilarity ensues. Or tragedy.Either way, it's...
Bo Dietl of Beau Dietl & Associates discusses why he is backing Herman Cain for president in 2012.
Author Pete Hamill discusses how technology has changed the newspaper business.
FOX News legal analyst Lis Wiehl and Deirdre Imus discuss the biggest headlines of the day.
By Matthew GoldsteinNEW YORK (Reuters) - Bernard Madoff -- the architect of history's biggest Ponzi scheme -- and Gary Ridgway - the Green River killer -- would seem...
If I want to horrify my mother, I tell her that I was out with friends and we sat at a bar to consume a glass of wine. Sounds civilized, right? But she sees that -- ...
Steve Malanga of the Manhattan Institute on the growing battle between unions and the New York City.
ABC News' Jake Tapper on the possible factors that lead to the Tucson shooting.
Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses the legal implications of Robert Durst’s comments and arrest in connection with murder.
Author Patricia Cornwell weighs in on flying helicopters, Senator John McCain and her latest book ‘Flesh and Blood.’
Stossel debunks some common myths about how bad things seem to be
Psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig on LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s racist comments.
Stossel and guests debate whether or not there really is a battle being waged against females
What do Apple, Trader Joe's, Woody Allen, and the NSA all have in common? I could tell you, but then I'd have to shoot you. Of course, they're famously secretive. In...
The U.S. Justice Department recommended that a federal judge sentence three former UBS AG (UBS) employees to prison terms ranging from 11 years to 24 years after the...