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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.
Jeff Smith ran for Congress, was a Democratic member of the Missouri Senate, and an all-around political "rising star". That is, until he was charged with obstruction of justice and sentenced to a year and a day in Manchester, KY Federal Prison. Now, Smith is "reformed" and has written about his experience with the criminal justice system in his new book, Mr. Smith Goes to Prison.
In this edition of Greta Talk, the New School Urban Policy professor tells Greta Van Susteren about the events leading up to his sentencing (including how his "former best friend" wore a wire in order to catch him incriminating himself), how criminal justice reform has a long way to go, and how "there's not a single concept you learn at Wharton that you couldn't learn inside prison".
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 to Buzzfeed journalist Sapna Maheswari about a fashion scam that's not so fabulous! Websites JustFab and Fabletics are reeling in customers with celebrity endorsements and the latest trends, but as Jo and Sapna reveal...they aren't as great as they seem to be.
In the Reboot segment Jo dishes on Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey being re-instated as CEO, seven years after he was ousted. What does this position mean for his newest venture Square?
Plus, find out what can make or break your online dating profile.
Housecall for Health: A comprehensive check-up on the latest health stories making the rounds.
As ziplining becomes more popular... injuries from it become more common. Also in this week's "Housecall for Health": health risks of tattoos, more kids smoking flavored tobacco, and a study on calcium supplements.
Balance of Power: With the latest notable political stories for you to sink your teeth into.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio is enjoying a bump in the polls following a strong debate performance and some insiders say this could be a sign of things to come. Plus, Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton still can't put her e-mail issues on the back burner. But has it hurt her in the polls? And, Vice President Joe Biden weighs his decision.
Bullet Points: With the latest news and views for America's shooting community.
In this latest Bullet Points podcast - the last remaining gun store in San Francisco closes it's doors; tempers flare in Texas where college students will be permitted to conceal carry starting next year; Hillary Clinton, if elected says she will work to enact 'common sense approaches' to curbing gun violence; and amidst several recent mass shootings, Wall Street sees a surge in gun stocks.
Status Updates - Videos Gone Viral: The pulse of what's trending now on social media.
Remember the date Marty McFly is sent to a futuristic Hill Valley? Well, it's October 21st. 2015. Yep. The future really is now. And Pepsi is marking the occasion by releasing limited edition Pepsi Perfect bottles as featured in the film.
Set in an 80's inspired future, this trending ad borrows elements from Back to the Future II, including a hover board, self-lacing sneakers and glimpses of a movie theater showing... "Jaws 19", which also happens to be a thing online.
"Jaws 19 - Trailer" is a fake preview from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. The spoof pokes fun at the movie industry's love affair with sequels, while elaborating on the film concept teased in Back to the Future two. Apparently, this is a pivotal year in the space time continuum. Back to The Future is also celebrating 30 years since its 1985 original movie release.
The folks at Honest Trailers are at it again, this time taking aim at the beloved Disney film and after watching this clip, viewers will never think of the squeaking clean film the same way again. Talk about a whole new world.
FOX Country: Scooping country music stars grabbing the news spotlight.
Two country rebels are set to open the CMA Awards. Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood, and Eric Church are lined up for California Stagecoach 2016. And Rosanne Cash speaks out about guns.
FOX In The Fast Lane: Chasing the headlines of all things NASCAR.
The stakes are higher for everyone as drivers and teams prepare for round two of The Chase.
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: Dr. Melanie Ross Mills Dr. Melanie Ross Mills aka #DrMel stopped by to spend "A Few Moments With" FOX News Radio's Crystal Berger to discuss her mission to make a difference. She spoke about her gift to provide purposeful dialogue and honest self-reflection on topics of identity, friendship, marriage, dating, parenting, and self-discovery. Dr. Mills is the author of the "Life Bonds" series -- "The Friendship Bond", "The Couples Bond", and "The Identity Bond" and prides herself on the work she does with temperament therapy.
AFMW: Duck Dynasty's Missy and Jase Robertson There's one thing the Robertson family does better than anything else -- and that is -- to stick together. Missy and Jase Robertson sit down to discuss Missy's new book "Blessed, Blessed ... Blessed," and much more. The book tells their family's inspiring story of overcoming adversity - both in parenting two boys, and in dealing with their daughter Mia having been born with a cleft palate. Mia, 12, has already gone through 8 corrective surgeries. Yet, through all the adversity that Missy, Jase, and their children face - they always remain positive, appreciate God's blessings, and always cherish the little things.
AFMW: John C. Maxwell #1 New York Times bestselling author, coach, and speaker John C. Maxwell stopped by to spend "A Few Moments With" FOX News Radio's Crystal Berger. He discusses his life as one of the "most influential leadership experts in the world" and how to bring about positive change in the lives of others. In his latest release, "Intentional Living: Choosing A Life That Matters" John shares how to get into your story, how to become highly intentional and what's needed to start small but believe big. John C. Maxwell has sold more than 25 million books in 50 languages. In 2015, he reached the milestone of having trained leaders from every country of the world. He is the recipient of the Mother Teresa Prize for Global Peace and Leadership from the Luminary Leadership Network.
AFMW: Country Music's Jana Kramer Just ask Jana Kramer and she'll tell you she's: "Just getting started." And it's that drive and love for music that has been the driving force behind her career. In just a little over three years, she has become one of country music's brightest new stars. She's out with a new album titled "Thrity One," as Jana puts it - "Thirty One" gives fans a chance to get to know her - with an album that truly represents who she is. Kramer sits down with FOX News Radio's Michelle Pollino to talk about the making of the album, married life, past loves, and a baby girl due in January!