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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.
Morton Kondracke has teamed up with his former co-host of Fox News Channel's The Beltway Boys once again, but this time he and Fred Barnes have opted for a different medium: literature. The duo has written a new book about one of their heroes and all-around "bleeding-heart conservative" Jack Kemp, and Greta Van Susteren sat down with Kondracke to get the scoop.
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 dishes on the scandal rocking the fantasy football world. Two class action lawsuits have been filed against the biggest names in fantasy sports: Draft Kings and FanDuel. At first glance, the future of fantasy football might look like it's been hanging in the balance lately, but as Jo explains...America's new favorite pastime isn't going anywhere.
Jo also sits down with GLAMSQUAD CEO and GILT co-founder Alexandra Wilkis Wilson to discuss the newest way to get your perfect look. Glamsquad allows you to book an appointment with beauty professionals who come right to your door! Its one of the newest start-ups joining the service on-demand trend. Like Uber, it commissions independent contractors to perform services...but just how fair is the compensation and benefits for the workers? Jo digs deep to find out.
Housecall for Health: A comprehensive check-up on the latest health stories making the rounds.
If time were dollars... how much does a trip to the doctor's office cost you? We take a look at a new study on that. Also in this week's "Housecall for Health": how your height can affect you health, a push for more baby-friendly hospitals, and more.
Status Updates - Videos Gone Viral: The pulse of what's trending now on social media.
While unemployment continues to plague the country, there seems to be no shortage of strange videos trending on YouTube. Coincidence? In this trending clip, a woman teaches someone wearing an inflatable T-Rex costume how to dance the "Macarena." And, it's a viral sensation.
Forget limitless information and instant communication. This next video is further proof why the Internet exists...
A young girl is sitting on the floor playing the flute when a cat shows up and pounces, pulling on the musician's arm and looking angrily at the camera. After a pause, pun intended, the girl resumes playing and... the Randy Orton of cats returns.
Looking to lose another minute of your life? This trending clip shows hamsters scampering around a diorama of the Central Perk coffee shop, while graphics introduce the vermin with cutsey names like... "Jennifer Hamsterson." The laugh out loud moment? Wait for it... David Schwimmer. The only cast member to appear in human form, who's credit role scene is randomly spliced in. Poor Ross.
FOX Country: Scooping country music stars grabbing the news spotlight.
The 49th annual CMA Awards look to shine the spotlight on the lady of country, Fort Lauderdale's Tortuga Music Fest lineup heats up this spring, and Trisha Yearwood goes to Graceland...
FOX In The Fast Lane: Chasing the headlines of all things NASCAR.
It's off to the Jayhawk State as a key race in Kansas could go a long way to determining who might qualify for the next round 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: Ed Klein New York Times bestselling author Ed Klein sits down to spend "A Few Moments With..." FOX News Radio's Tonya J. Powers to discuss his latest book "Unlikeable: The Problem With Hillary" an expose on Hillary Clinton and her bid for the White House. The second Hillary-centric book for Klein, who is one of America's most respected investigative journalists.
"Unlikeable" will immediately draw readers in, whisking them behind closed doors, revealing in colorful detail and meticulously recreated conversations the plots and secret plans hatched at the Clinton homes in Chappaqua and Whitehaven and in the family quarters of the White House.
"You can't make this stuff up" Klein told Powers, adding that he finds Hillary "unlikeable" but not necessarily "unelectable." This book is a definite must read.