3:52 - Rep. David Reichert, (R-Wash.), discusses whether there is a need for a special prosecutor to investigate the IRS.
3:11 - Frontline Strategies’ Mark Standriff on the financial problems of the outgoing Mayor of Los Angeles and the financial problems facing the new administration.
6:35 - Democratic strategist Julie Roginsky on the accusations that the administration used government powers to skew the election.
1:40 - FBN’s Stuart Varney sounds off on the paid leave of the IRS official.
2:33 - Investment advisor Gil Morales on the current growth pattern of the electric car manufacturer.
2:26 - Layfield Report CEO John Layfield argues the poor are getting poorer and the rich are getting richer.
3:39 - Polygon Senior Editor Russ Frushtick on the growth of the media provider and success of original content.
1:54 - FNC’s Brian Kilmeade argues the video-game manufacturer should have to pay college athletes for using their likeness.
3:50 - CNS Response CEO George Carpenter discusses how his company is looking to help those suffering from mental illness.
3:51 - FBN’s Liz MacDonald on the Democrats’ efforts to get to the bottom of the targeting by the Internal Revenue Service.
3:34 - Rep. Kevin Brady, (R-Texas), on his questions for Fed Chief Ben Bernanke.
3:10 - TrackingPoint President Jason Schauble on the technology that allows for pinpoint accuracy from the most novice of gun users.
3:09 - Generac CEO Aaron Jagdfeld on the growth of the business and how recent storms have impacted demand.
4:30 - Convicted fraudster Sam Antar on his time working for the Internal Revenue Service after his sentence.
1:51 - Rep. Diane Black, (R-Tenn.), on her efforts to keep the IRS out of the president’s health-care law.
2:19 - FBN’s Adam Shapiro on his interview with convicted Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff in which he recants previous testimony and argues major investors knew about the fraud.
1:40 - RBS Chief U.S. Economist Michelle Girard argues the Fed will not pull back on quantitative easing by its next meeting.
5:21 - Former Reagan Budget Director David Stockman argues the market is headed for a pullback and the Fed’s policy won’t benefit the economy.
3:16 - Sen. Chuck Grassley, (R-Iowa), on the government’s investigation into targeting by the IRS.
1:22 - Team Investments’ Tanya Marchiol on the state of the housing market and the search for housing deals.
3:32 - Let Voters Decide President Travis Brown on the tax migration taking place in the U.S.
3:35 - Former Reagan economic advisor Art Laffer on the impact of the ongoing trials on Capitol Hill on the president’s second term.
2:58 - Rep. Jim Renacci, (R-Ohio), says the government put his car dealership out of business during the auto bailout.
2:39 - Keith Fitz-Gerald of Money Map Press on the hearing surrounding Apple’s overseas revenue and its relation to the U.S. corporate tax rate.
5:03 - Rep. Kevin Brady, (R-Texas), on the ongoing investigation of IRS practices.
2:04 - Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman argues the state cannot grow without cutting its income tax.
3:45 - Sen. Deb Fischer, (R-Neb.), on the upcoming testimony by Lois Lerner.
4:02 - Hollywood.com’s Paul Dergarabedian on expectations for the latest Trek film from J.J. Abrams and what else to expect from the summer box office.
1:51 - FBN’s Stuart Varney sounds off on the ongoing battle over the Keystone Pipeline.
4:32 - Rep. Marsha Blackburn, (R-Tenn.), on the questioning of former IRS officials about the targeting of conservative groups.
5:05 - Former New York Lt. Governor Betsy McCaughey on the connection between the IRS scandal and the president’s health-care law.
3:45 - FOXNews.com’s Jeremy Kaplan on Yahoo’s decision to purchase the blogging platform.
4:19 - FNC’s Eric Bolling on the ongoing scrutiny over the IRS’s targeting of conservative groups.
2:08 - Investment advisor Shah Gilani on the pullback in the precious metal.
5:25 - Former State Department Official Christian Whiton and FNC’s Mike Huckabee on the ongoing investigation into bias at the IRS.
3:52 - Tea Party 365’s David Webb on the hearing for former IRS leaders.
3:59 - FBN’s John Stossel sounds off on excessive government regulation.
2:08 - FBN’s Stuart Varney sounds off on the need to keep the government at arm’s length.
5:05 - FNC’s Bret Baier on the aftermath of the IRS and DOJ scandals.
2:29 - 15-Seconds.com co-founder Bill Harlow on the administration’s efforts to recover from a week of controversy.
3:57 - Rep. Ron Kind, (D-Wisc.), discusses the need for some regulation of ObamaCare.
2:46 - Sen. Dean Heller, (R-Nev.), on the need to keep the tax collectors out of the president’s health-care law.
2:48 - Chapwood Investments’ Ed Butowsky on the news that’s moving the markets.
6:24 - Democratic strategist Julie Roginsky discusses how recent scandals will impact the president’s second term.
1:46 - FBN’s Stuart Varney sounds off on the quick response the president’s brother received from the Internal Revenue Service.
3:52 - Center for Biological Diversity Senior Counsel Bill Snape on the environmental impact of fracking.
4:15 - Fox News Contributor Judith Miller on the Justice Department’s confiscation of AP documents.
3:44 - Author Jason Mattera sounds off on the response to rumors the billionaire investors may be interested in the LA Times.
3:04 - Money Map Press’s Keith Fitz-Gerald discusses how government gridlock is aiding the markets.
2:59 - Rep. Diane Black, (R-Tenn.), on the link between the tax collectors and your health care.
1:57 - FBN’s Stuart Varney sounds off on impact of recent scandals of the administration.
7:13 - Detroit Mayor Virg Bernero on the state of the Motor City.
3:14 - Frontline Strategies’ Mark Standriff on the efforts to fight for the L.A. Times.
3:29 - Former New York Lt. Governor Betsy McCaughey on the future of the president’s health-care law.
2:46 - Sen. John Barrasso, (R-Wyo.), on the impact of recent scandals on the president’s second term.
4:27 - Rep. Mike Burgess, (R-Texas) on the skyrocketing costs of health care under the president’s health-care law.
2:44 - The Media Research Center’s Brent Bozell on the unfolding investigation into the DOJ’s use of AP files.
2:26 - David Kotok of Cumberland Advisors on the market’s bullish trend and state of economic growth.
3:07 - Christie’s Robert Manley on the upcoming contemporary sale featuring a never-before auctioned Warhol self portrait.
2:49 - Blue Chip Exec CEO Scott Langmack discusses how his company is helping recent grads find jobs.