FBN’s Kennedy on the White House correspondents’ dinner.
FBN's Stuart Varney on a new study on the causal link between the time spent on social media and depression.
"Americanism" is not rooted in the nation, the race, or any other collective, but in a universal ideal: individualism.
The disease has the highest mortality rate of all major cancers, time to act.
A few years ago, Zuckerberg was boy wonder. The 20-something who would bring the world together is playing defense.
FBN’s Kennedy on how 17 Democrats are vowing not to vote for Nancy Pelosi to become House speaker.
Victims suing the utility company could be on the hook for damages.
She says: “Make no mistake, come January, the days of this committee weakening regulations will come to an end."
Social Security is sucking wind in more ways than one.
FBN’s Kennedy discusses MSNBC’s Donny Deutsch’s criticisms of President Trump.
FBN’s Kennedy discusses Amazon’s decision to split its headquarters between two cities.
America is in the driver's seat when it comes to energy.
From “Real America versus Senate America” by Paul Krugman, New York Times, Nov. 8, 2018:
This is not your father's Republican Party. It’s not your mother's either. It’s been transformed by Donald Trump. Tuesday's election results confirm it.
FBN’s Kennedy on House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.
FBN’s Kennedy discusses why Democrats will have a better chance of beating President Trump in 2020, Senate Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi doesn’t become the next speaker of the House.
The Senate is Trump country, very much on board with his growth agenda.
FBN’s Kennedy on the midterm elections and how Democrats are trying to take back the House.
FBN’s Kennedy discusses why Democrats could win back control of the House.
FBN's Stuart Varney on the new committee leaders if the Democrats win the House.