Campus Reform editor-in-chief Lawrence Jones and Wall Street Journal editorial page writer Jillian Melchior on how a New Jersey senator introduced legislation that would levy a tax on tap water.
Host Charles Payne gives viewers an end-of-day wrap, and provide an insider's look at tomorrow's money makers.
S&P Investment Advisory Services portfolio manager Erin Gibbs on what’s holding the stock market back from another major rally.
MediaDC political analyst Ron Meyer, Democratic strategist Kevin Walling and 1 Empire Group Founder John Burnett discuss whether the manufacturing boom will hurt Democrats during the midterm elections.
Rick Rigsby Communications CEO Rick Rigsby discusses the story about how Bellhop Moving CEO Luke Marklin gave a young college student a car after he walked nearly 20 miles to work.
Benchmark Investments managing partner Kevin Kelly and Republican strategist Noelle Nikpour on why earnings could be the key to driving the stock market forward and how the retail sector is being lifted by U.S. consumers.
Rep. Claudia Tenney (R-N.Y.) on President Trump’s recently signed executive order and how it will help American workers.
Former U.S. Navy Aviator Captain Chuck Nash (Ret.) on whether the U.S. should be concerned about other foreign powers and why he believes Russian President Vladimir Putin wants to restore the “imperial Russia.”
FBN’s Charles Payne discusses the Federal Reserve’s Beige Book and why the financial sector has lifted.
Bellhops Moving employee Walter Carr tells his story about how he walked almost 20 miles to work and was then given a car by Bellhops Moving CEO Luke Marklin for his efforts.
ICMA-RC Senior Vice President Wayne Wicker, Seventh Capital managing principal Monica Mehta and Moneymorning.com chief tech strategist D.R. Barton on whether the stock market can rally without the help of the technology sector and how President Trump’s tariffs have overshadowed the market.