In a 10-part series leading up to Election Day, Special Report is bringing you an up-close look at the top 10 issues on the minds of American voters.
The issue of paying off the country's massive national debt was the topic of heated discussion between Bill O'Reilly and Republican candidate Donald Trump on tonight's O'Reilly Factor.
Rand Paul went to a Halloween party in Des Moines dressed in the scariest costume of all -- the $18 trillion national debt.
In his Talking Points Memo tonight, Bill O'Reilly sounded off on a story that you won't see in most media because it's "devastating" to the Democratic Party.
Caleb Bonham of Campus Reform took a walk around Charleston, South Carolina, recently to see what students think of the more than $18 trillion in national debt. That equals about $56,000 owed to the federal government per individual. And when taking into account the $126 trillion in unfunded liabilities - like Social Security and Medicare - the number swells to $1.1 million.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani came under fire this week for comments he made at a fundraising dinner, in which he said President Obama doesn't love his country.
The United States' national debt has now passed the $18 trillion mark and is up by a whopping 70 percent since President Obama took office. Fox Business Network's Stuart Varney weighed in on "America's Newsroom," saying eventually this is going to catch up to the country economically.
On "Bulls & Bears" today, Brenda Buttner and the panel examined the cost of the war against ISIS, which the Pentagon has said costs up to $10 million per day on airstrikes alone.
Tonight in his Talking Points Memo, Bill O’Reilly outlined what Americans must know about their government.
Are American taxpayers being ripped off? A whistleblower group called Project Veritas went undercover to expose federal waste. They visited the offices of a program called Lifeline. It’s a federal program that provides a discount on phone services for low income Americans. Some phone companies even give away phones.