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HOUR 1

"Fox and Friends First" co-host AINSLEY EARHARDT was on with her take on stories you may have missed.  Some of the stories Ainsley and Brian talked about included being offended by wanting to ban the word "bossy", Bindi Irwin starting a partnership with Sea World, and the Malaysian airliner and all the speculation surrounding its disappearance.

HOUR 2

"Fox News Sunday" host CHRIS WALLACE talked about the evolving situation in Ukraine and the missing airplane. Chris speculated on what Russia might do after the Crimean vote including letting the region sit in limbo, and not annexing it so it wouldn't be as much a slap against the West. On the special election in Florida Chris speculated that their differences in Obamacare and the low turn-out, because of growing dissatisfaction with the President, led to many Democrats not coming out to vote. Chris also defended the President's appearance on "Between Two Ferns" because it is a different world, and Stuart Varney dropped in and agreed explaining it is a 'screen world'.

Fox Business Network's "Varney & Co." host STUART VARNEY dropped by and dissected President Obama wanting to pass a new law to give overtime pay to salaried workers and how hard working employees become a liability rather than an asset to a company.


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Celebrity Designer and wife of Ricky Schroder, ANDREA SCHRODER, sat down with Brian and told the story of how she turned her candle-making hobby into a money-making business (Andrea Schroder, The Poetry of Fragrance)!  Andrea talked about how she was able to use social media to start and build her business as well as test out her ideas.  Andrea also revealed some of the missteps she made along the way and advised people to do their research!

HOUR 3

Fox News Contributor MONICA CROWLEY kicked off the segment by talking about how the country is buzzing over the missing plane!  The conversation then switched to the meaning of Florida's special election.  Monica thinks that David Jolly's softer message on Obamacare worked well in his purple district but the same approach might not work as well in a district that is deep red.