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Hillary Clinton is in trouble with the ongoing email investigation. Is this the end of Hillary?
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President Obama launched an attack on the Supreme Court that bordered on the bizarre when he said: I’m confident that the Supreme Court will not take what would be an unprecedented, extraordinary step of overturning a law that was passed by a strong majority of a democratically elected Congress. He completely ignored Marbury vs. Madison in which the concept of judicial review was established over 200 years ago. Howie asked did he not know this or was he just hoping that the voters did not know this.
Dan Primack from Fortune Magazine discusses IPO's.
Mr. Lowenstein chats about exorbitant compensation packages for CEOs and the impact it has on you.
In the secound hour, Avi continues the discussion of finances and ties in the Occupy Wall Street movement as well.
Newt Gingrich’s biggest sparring partners at the Republican primary debate weren’t even on stage. They were the ones asking the questions. The former House speaker went after Fox News debate moderators Chris Wallace and Bret Baier with straight-talking zeal, accusing them of undermining a substantive presidential forum with sensational questions. Gingrich has griped about the media and the way he’s been covered for months, but Thursday night gave him his broadest forum yet to attack media coverage — always a favorite for the conservative base — and the most rave reviews he’s gotten since launching his campaign.