Another year, another Republican presidential debate. During the final stretch of the sixth GOP faceoff, the candidates on Thursday navigated the tricky task of talking about fiscal policy and big business in a way that didn't alienate either corporatist supporters or Middle America. Updated
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal was spoiling for a fight during Tuesday evening's GOP undercard debate in Milwaukee, repeatedly taking aim at his Republican opponents and attempting to lure them into the ring by criticizing their records as public servants. Frequently, they refused to join him.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's team is still talking tough, despite the fact that their boss has been forced to join the warmup act in Milwaukee. Meanwhile, Fox Business is hoping Maria Bartiromo and her co-moderators will be the "anti-CNBC"—but will Ben Carson agree?
According to "Fox Business" commentator Todd Wilemon, the U.S. will slowly slip into Third World status thanks to the Affordable Care Act, so "Daily Show" correspondent Aasif Mandvi set out to see what will happen to the "best health care system in the world."
The Fox News anchor ripped into colleagues Lou Dobbs and Erick Erickson when both men appeared on her show Friday for sexist remarks they had made on Dobbs' Fox Business program two days earlier.
A look at the day's political happenings, including why prominent news outlets are declining an invitation to meet with Attorney General Eric Holder and President Obama's becoming the target of yet another letter possibly laced with the deadly poison ricin.
In this clip from his axed Fox Business show, "Freedom Watch," Judge Andrew Napolitano asks some questions that may be too advanced for the average viewer of the Murdochian network -- or any habitual viewer of any major network looking to absorb the latest talking points and get on with her day.