5:17 - Rep. Dennis Kucinich argues the middle class doesn’t necessarily benefit from a moving stock market.
3:37 - Rep. Kevin Brady on the investigation into the IRS scandal.
4:26 - FOX News legal analyst Lis Wiehl, FOX News Radio’s Alan Colmes, Deirdre Imus and Bernard McGuirk have a Mensa meeting.
6:40 - FNC’s Juan Williams on the growing controversy over the IRS and ongoing investigation into the attacks on the U.S. Embassy in Libya.
1:22 - Commerzbank’s Peter Dixon breaks down the stories moving the markets around the world.
6:54 - Investigations.com’s Bo Dietl discusses whether the U.S. should get involved in Syria.
1:32 - FBN’s Rich Edson reports on the jobs numbers that came in this morning.
5:31 - Council of Foreign Relations President Richard Hass on his new book.
3:36 - Author Clem Chambers on the financial future of the EU.
5:29 - Lt. Col. Bill Cowan (Ret.) discusses the atrocities of the Assad regime and whether the U.S. will intervene.
6:19 - Goldman Sachs Global Markets Institute President Abby Joseph Cohen on the outlook for the markets and European and U.S. economies.
3:52 - WSJ Washington Bureau chief Jerry Seib weighs in on immigration reform.
8:20 - Former CIA operative Mike Baker discusses whether the U.S. should increase its involvement in Syria.
8:27 - FNC’s Brett Baier on the growing tension between the U.S. and North Korea.
8:01 - Sen. John McCain, (R-Ariz.), discusses the growing threat from North Korea and the continued efforts to pass immigration legislation.
6:05 - Political strategist Paul Begala on Kim Jung Il’s threats against the U.S. and whether Hilary Clinton will run for president in 2016.
5:12 - Greyside Group CEO Alex Popovic on the cost of securing international waterways.
6:51 - Author Gordon Chang on the increasing threats from North Korea.
2:24 - FBN's Rich Edson on the Jobs Act.
1:47 - FBN’s Stuart Varney defends the success of the former Prime Minister.
3:27 - Former Special Advisor to Margaret Thatcher John O’Sullivan on the death of the former Prime Minister.
7:40 - New York Magazine’s Frank Rich on the state of the economy, gun control and growing threats from North Korea.
3:49 - Former advisor to Margaret Thatcher John Browne weighs in on former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
1:50 - FBN’s Stuart Varney remembers the late Prime Minister.
5:30 - Investigation.com’s Bo Dietl on the growing concerns over North Korea.
5:15 - Institute for the Study of War’s Chris Harmer and The Foreign Policy Initiative’s Chris Griffin on growing tensions with North Korea and its potential economic impact.
4:14 - FBN's Lou Dobbs on the administration's efforts to make housing available to people with weaker credit.
6:34 - FBN’s Stuart Varney on North Korea’s nuclear threats.
7:28 - FOX News national-security expert KT McFarland on the growing threat from North Korea.
7:23 - EconoManey.com CEO Dave Maney, Public Sector Notice Policy Director Lenwood Brooks and FBN’s Nicole Petallides on the banking crisis in Cyprus.
6:42 - Forbes Media Chairman Steve Forbes on the global impact of the island nation’s economic problems.
3:28 - TownHall.com Political Editor Guy Benson, Ameriprise Advisors’ Derrick Kinney and FBN’s Sandra Smith on the banking crisis in Cyprus.
1:21 - FBN’s Rich Edson on the banking concerns of Cyprus’s wealthier residents.
5:24 - Former Office Depot CEO Steve Odland and Fact and Opinion Economics Chief Economist Robert Brusca on the banking crisis in Cyprus.
1:20 - FBN’s Rich Edson on the ongoing bailout efforts in the island nation.
4:45 - American Islamic Forum for Democracy's Zuhdi Jasser on the situation in Syria.
8:09 - Steel Vine Investments CIO Spencer Patton, Euro Pacific Capital’s Peter Schiff and Lowry global analyst Jordan Kohley weigh in on the Cyprus bailout and how it will affect the markets.
3:13 - Forbes Opinion Editor John Tamny explains why President Obama is losing his advantage over the GOP when it comes to the economy.
8:01 - CBS News’ Anthony Mason on the global impact of Cyprus’ bailout.
1:44 - FBN’s Rich Edson with the latest news from Cyprus.
4:54 - FBN’s Adam Shapiro breaks down the stories moving the markets around the world.
3:55 - Bankrate.com senior analyst Greg McBride says comparing the trouble in Cyprus to the United States’ financial meltdown is unfair and unrealistic.
3:40 - Former U.K. Parliament member John Browne, Leeb Capital Management CEO Stephen Leeb and FBN’s Nicole Petallides on Cyprus and whether the European Union will break up.
3:06 - Forbes’ Opinion Editor John Tamny argues Cyprus will make a deal with the EU.
1:37 - FBN’s Stuart Varney sounds off on Germany’s call for a deal between the EU and Cyprus.
4:24 - Former CIA Operative Mike Baker on the impact of Cyprus’ economic problems to Russia and its organized-crime syndicate.
4:42 - FBN's Lou Dobbs on the continuing resolution, balancing the budget and Cyprus' bailout.
2:48 - Former Ambassador John Bolton argues the U.S. will not aid Israel in an attack on Iran.
1:47 - FBN’s Stuart Varney sounds off on the country’s efforts to correct the economic downturn.
3:25 - Former State Department official Christian Whiton on the Russian influence in Cyprus.
7:37 - FOX News political analyst Angela McGlowan on President Obama’s Middle East trip.
8:14 - Bernard McGuirk, Deirdre Imus , “Larry King” and Alan Colmes have a Mensa meeting.
6:58 - Former Treasury consultant John Makin, BNP Paribas Chief North American Economist Julia Coronado and Wall Street Journal’s Steve Moore on efforts to resolve Cyprus’ banking crisis.
4:10 - Rep. Markwayne Mullin, (R-Okla.), on approving the Keystone Pipeline.
3:57 - Donald Jensen of Center for Transatlantic Relations discusses why Russia was willing to help Cyprus avoid economic turmoil.
5:20 - Peterson Institute for International Economics’ Douglas Rediker on reports Russia’s Gazprom is offering to help Cyprus in exchange for natural gas exploration rights.
4:21 - Milken Institute Chief Research Officer Ross DeVol on the list of the best countries for foreign investment and the factors that led to the decline in the U.S.’s ranking.
6:00 - Former governor Jon Huntsman on Jack Lew’s trip to China, and how the government lacks a “go-to person” to deal with China.
3:40 - Former Clinton advisor Doug Schoen argues dysfunction in Washington is hurting Obama.
3:05 - The Mercatus Center’s Veronique De Rugy on the future of the beleaguered nation.