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Greta Talk: Sit back and enjoy listening to lively and fascinating conversations with Greta van Susteren, host of FOX News Channel's On the Record.

Ahmed Hussain Adam is a Sudanese writer, politician, scholar and representative for the people of Darfur. In this edition of Greta Talk, the Visiting Fellow with the Cornell Institute for African Development details the plight of Sudan and the tragic misfortune Sudanese people face every day. Adam and Greta Van Susteren also discuss Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir's indictment by the International Criminal Court for crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes in Darfur. And the On the Record host learns why the people of Sudan love her, while "truly evil" President Bashir hates her

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Fast Forward: Join FOX Business Network's Jo Ling Kent as she digs into stories on tech, innovation, media, and robots. Lots of robots.

In this week's FAST FORWARD, FOX Business Network's Jo Ling Kent talks cyber security with Ryan Olson of Palo Alto Networks. Ryan is the intelligence director of Unit 42, which researches and gathers the latest threat intelligence on the Internet. Jo and Ryan discuss the latest hacks and how they can affect online customers, including shoppers for the upcoming holiday season. Jo also navigates the best way to store all of your passwords to ensure your privacy. And in the Reboot segment, Jo focuses on a Facebook intern who was fired before he even got a chance to start with the company.  The Harvard senior was able to use data supplied by the social network's messenger app to create his own, which compromised users' exact physical location. Facebook's response may surprise you. Plus, how many people are still subscribed to AOL's dial-up service? Press play to find out!

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Housecall for Health: A comprehensive check-up on the latest health stories making the rounds.

Second cancer cases are seeing an uptick in the U.S. Also in this week's "Housecall for Health": obesity's link to genes, a new study on e-cigarettes and an unusual way of drug smuggling.

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Status Updates  - Videos Gone Viral: The pulse of what's trending now on social media.

Ikea. The furniture store famous for its meatballs and infamous for its products with Swedish monikers, sets the stage for this viral video. A boyfriend... likely battling boredom, comes up with some clever jokes while reading item tags. His girlfriend, however, is not amused. Plus, it's country with a twang of island flavor. Little Big Town gets down right tropical in this video, set on an exotic island while the band sing a song that's essentially country music's equivalent of "Don't Worry, Be Happy." Also, filmed from the interior of a car, this cell phone quality video captures malfunctioning street lights blinking almost in sync to the dated techno music blasting from the vehicle. Well, if you can't afford the club, just hit the road. Now I'm making bad jokes.

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FOX Country: Scooping country music stars grabbing the news spotlight.

Carrie Underwood takes a smoke break... The Judds return to the Vegas stage, Charlie Rich, and Justin Timberlake will both receive an honor in Memphis along side other music greats, and Cole Swindell hits the road for his second EP.

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FOX In The Fast Lane: Chasing the headlines of all things NASCAR.

The engines are quiet this weekend in the Sprint Cup Series, as drivers prepare for the last two races of the regular season before the Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship kicks off next month... Martin Truex Jr. on the power of a one car team and fans offer their picks on who they'd like to win the Cup this year.

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A Few Moments With: "A Few Moments With" is designed as a free-form interview series. The guests come from all over - the worlds of entertainment, government, science, business, and just about anywhere that we find interesting people with something to say.

AFMW: Singer Trey Songz Singer, songwriter, actor, producer and philanthropist, Tremaine "Trey Songz" Neverson stopped by to spend "A Few Moments With" FOX News Radio's Crystal Berger. They spoke about his recent induction into the Boys & Girls Clubs of America Alumni Hall of Fame, his latest business ventures--including the launch of SX-- and his upcoming album "Tremaine". Growing up in a military family he moved around a lot and shares how entering one talent show changed his life. His latest album, "Trigga," debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200. Additionally, Songz is the founder of the Angels With Heart Foundation and Songz 4 Peace--a national youth violence prevention initiative designed to spread a positive message to young people in communities nationwide.

(FNR's Crystal Berger and Trey Songz)

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AFMW: Kevin Liles, Former CEO of DEF Jam Records Former CEO of DEF Jam Records, Philanthropist, Motivational Speaker and Author, KEVIN LILES stopped by to spend "A Few Moments With" FOX News Radio's Crystal Berger. Kevin discussed his mission of changing lives through entrepreneurship and education, how to build your legacy and his 4th Annual Back-to-School Festival. Author of "Make It Happen:  The Hip-Hop Generation Guide to Success", Kevin is also founder of Kevin Liles for a Better Baltimore Foundation (KLBB) and ambassador for Verizon's Minority Male Makers--a two-year program that aims to enable minority middle school males to become creators and makers through 3D-design and app development.

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