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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 episode of Greta Talk, Greta Van Susteren catches up with David Gregory about his new book, How's Your Faith. The book explores Gregory's own faith journey and features interviews with religious leaders like Joel Osteen and Cardinal Tim Dolan.
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 tells us about a new way to get to work...a flying pod. That's right. While engineers and politicians debate the future of infrastructure, skyTran CEO Jerry Sanders plans to get you to work with your own personal levitating pod!
In the Reboot segment Jo reveals the truth about those Facebook statuses all your friends are posting that supposedly save you from changing privacy policies. Is it a hoax? Can it actually help protect Facebook fanatics? Jo has the scoop!
Plus, just how many new iPhones did Apple sell in the first few days of its launch?
Housecall for Health: A comprehensive check-up on the latest health stories making the rounds.
There's an alarming new survey on the number of women drinking alcohol while pregnant. Also in this week's "Housecall for Health": data on HIV cases, a study on medical mistakes, and new research on breast cancer.
Balance of Power: With the latest notable political stories for you to sink your teeth into.
New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady made headlines a few weeks back when he remarked that he would be in support of Donald Trump's presidential candidacy. Now it seems he has changed his tune. Also, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie comments on the situation in Syria. And, a major union is holding off on a presidential endorsement.
Status Updates - Videos Gone Viral: The pulse of what's trending now on social media.
The blockhead is back. Charlie Brown and the gang are returning to the silver screen in this 20th Century FOX movie that shows the Peanuts crew evolving with the times. With an on-trend soundtrack, sprinkled with a bit of sass, this trailer hints at a timeless story between a boy and his dog... A dog, who knows how to salsa. The movie hits theaters this November.
Mulder and Scully are reuniting, because the truth is still out there. This trailer shows the FBI agents joining forces to uncover yet another conspiracy and glimpses at the return of the mysterious cigarette smoking man.
In keeping with the trailer theme...The popular smart phone game that involves sending furious foul flying with a sling shot is coming to theaters... And, it looks every ounce as silly and fun as the game.
FOX Country: Scooping country music stars grabbing the news spotlight.
Randy Travis made his first return to the Grand Ole Opry... Clint Black is back... Dustin Lynch releases his latest single and a sad note in country music for Montgomery Gentry.
FOX In The Fast Lane: Chasing the headlines of all things NASCAR.
It will be the last go around for a handful of drivers as the Chase gets down to 12 after Dover.
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: Wiltay Singer and songwriter, Wiltay stopped by to spend "A Few Moments" with FOX News Radio's Crystal Berger. They discussed his life growing up in Singapore, how he was discovered across the globe and the inspiration behind his music. The star rose to prominence with his first English pop single and music video "Hola" (2013), which gained a critical and commercial success through the integration of three languages English, Mandarin and Spanish in a song. WIL also garnered a large support from the LGBT community across the globe. Wiltay attributes much of his success to his mentor and manager Randy Jackson.