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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.
In this edition of Greta Talk, Greta Van Susteren sits down with Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer for an in-depth conversation about interpreting law, both foreign and domestic. The On the Record host and Justice Breyer discuss laws regarding child custody, national security, and human rights. Justice Breyer also addresses some controversial questions under the Constitution, exceptions of amendments, and even the possibility of having live video feed inside the court room.
And does he think politics play a role in Supreme Court decisions?
Tune in to hear his answer and don't forget to check out his new book, The Court and the World!
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 chats with Oscar Salazar, co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Pager - an app that hopes to revolutionize healthcare. Similar to Uber (Salazar's former employer), Pager sends a doctor to a patient's home all at the push of a button. The app is gaining such great momentum that some doctors are even dropping hours at their own practice due to the flexibility that this game-changer offers. An A-list actor has even funded millions of dollars into this company to show that house call visits are no longer a thing of the past.
Plus, in the reboot segment, what else does anyone ever talk about other than Apple's newest gadgets? FBR Capital Markets Managing Director Daniel Ives digs into the suspense of the iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, and more.
Housecall for Health: A comprehensive check-up on the latest health stories making the rounds.
Not getting the right amount of sleep could have an effect on your heart, according to a new study. Also in this week's "Housecall for Health": some dangers of tricycles, a snakebite treatment shortage, and health compensation is in question for survivors of the 9/11 attacks.
Bullet Points: With the latest news and views for America's shooting community.
In this latest Bullet Points podcast - details on the Delta State University instructor who shot and killed the woman he lived with and a colleague, and then took his own life; one county in Indianapolis takes a stand on cell phone cases that look like a gun; and in Houston, the city's making the Houston Zoo remove its "no guns" sign.
Status Updates - Videos Gone Viral: The pulse of what's trending now on social media.
A skit from "The Late Late Show with James Corden" is getting a lot of buzz. It shows the funnyman going for a joy ride with Stevie Wonder, while singing some of the Motown legend's greatest hits. Stevie even calls the comedian's wife for an impromptu serenade. Talk about a clip with all the feels. Plus, a clip from "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" shows the host having a silent conversation with Justin Timberlake, using only a series of over the top facial expressions. The real kicker is when Will Farrell shows up, peeping through a door window -- adding his own twist on the skit. And what's the difference between animation and CGI? The answer lies somewhere in this hyped trailer for Disney's reboot of the 1967 classic. Scarlett Johansson carries the trailer, voicing the character Kaa, a snake with an interest in the human boy Mowgli, who appears to be the only character not created with a computer. Technology. You might call it today's "bare necessities of life."
FOX Country: Scooping country music stars grabbing the news spotlight.
Kenny Chesney has announced some major names joining him for his upcoming tour; Nashville's hottest songwriters are behind a brand new musical... and Glen Campbell goes home.
FOX In The Fast Lane: Chasing the headlines of all things NASCAR.
It's playoff time in NASCAR as the Chase gets underway outside "The Windy City."
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: Jake Owen, Country Music Superstar If you know Jake Owen and his music - you know that Jake loves the water, boating & wake-surfing -- and in between shows, the Florida native always finds time to be out on the water and aptly reunited with Discover Boating, the boating awareness campaign powered by the North American recreational boating industry, for a second year partnership.
AFMW: Jeff Dunham Who is his favorite of his characters? How on earth does he come up with his material and characters? What does he find funny? Funnyman Jeff Dunham sits down with FOX News Radio's Tonya J. Powers to answer all of those questions, and more. Dunham is a busy guy with two new TV specials out this fall, and then he'll hit the road embarking on the "Perfectly Unbalanced Tour" with dates beginning on December 2nd - tickets for the 20-city run go on sale Friday September 18th. His first special "Unhinged in Hollywood with Special Guest Brad Paisley" aired on NBC.
AFMW: Country Music Rockers Parmalee The guys of Parmalee really do come from small town USA - Parmele, NC - population 268. Brothers Matt & Scott Thomas, along with their cousin Barry Knox and best friend Josh Swain sit down with FOX News Radio's Michelle Pollino to talk about their latest album "Feels Like Carolina," and their latest single "Already Callin' You Mine," which is Parmalee's third consecutive smash off the album - they even play it for us! They're all very thankful for the success they've seen in their time together which all started in a barn in Parmele. But the road hasn't always been easy for the four - as this month marks the 5 year anniversary of an armed robbery that left Scott fighting for his life - they take us back to that terrifying night, and much more.