Sights & Sounds of 9/11 10th Anniversary

No Panel Plus this week, but make sure to check out the Sights & Sounds from the 10th Anniversary of 9/11.

Power Player Plus: Richard Dreyfuss

Check out our "Power Player Plus" with Richard Dreyfuss, as he talks about winning the Academy Award for Best Actor.

Web Exclusive: FedEx CEO on Leadership

Watch 'Fox News Sunday' anchor Chris Wallace's interview with FedEx CEO Fred Smith. Recently Mr. Smith was awarded the 2010 George C. Marshall Foundation Award.

Web Exclusive: Rift Between US & Israel?

Check out our Web Exclusive, with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, as headdress concerns over a possible rift between the US and Israel.

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Web Exclusive: Beyond the Comfort Zone

Laura Bush talks about how she found the strength to advocatefor the causes she believed in as First Lady. {VignetteVideo id="24B58350A09E67AA69B47EB107904B5B" height="211" width="375" assettitl="FNS+Laura+Bush+Web+Exclusive+1" aspectratio="1.77" autoplay="off" }

Web Exclusive: Jennifer Griffin

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Web Exclusive: Sally Ride

Web Exclusive: Former astronaut Sally Ride has teamed up with Exxon Mobil to encourage more young people to study science and engineering. In this web exclusive, she tells us why it is crucial that girls, in particular, not drop out of the sciences. {VignetteVideo id="22F96F86C9714AF3D158E7964DC9A23F" height="211" width="375" assettitl="Power+Player+Plus%3A+Sally+Ride+%285-2-10%29" aspectratio="1.77" autoplay="off" }

Web Exclusive: Palin Endorsing McCain

Watch more in our web exclusive with Sarah Palin to find out why she's supporting her former presidential running mate Senator John McCain, who faces a serious primary challenge this year by former Arizona Congressman J.D. Hayworth. Many of you wanted to know why, since Hayworth is seen as more conservative -- so we asked her. Palin says "we need John McCain fighting for us" because he is "fighting harder for Americans today up against Obama's misguided policies" and she wants to see him re-elected. "I do support John McCain, and I would come out again in a heartbeat and say absolutely I support him." {VignetteVideo id="CBF46D74B06757436C86B8204C945175" autoplay="off" aspectratio="1.77" assettitl="Palin%3A+Endorse+McCain" width="375" height="211" }

Web Exclusive: Palin's First Sunday Show

Watch more in our web exclusive about why this is Sarah Palin's first Sunday show interview. Palin says she is "disappointed" in the media and things are very different since she studied journalism in college. After an admittedly poor media strategy during the 2008 campaign, she says she has a "once bitten, twice shy deal" with reporters. Now as a Fox News contributor, Palin says she hopes to help bring "credibility back into the media." "I do believe in the fair and balanced, hard news stories that come out of Fox News and I want to be a part of that." {VignetteVideo id="750E5A09933017A633405967AD93FB35" autoplay="off" aspectratio="1.77" assettitl="Palin%3A+Sunday+Shows" width="375" height="211" }

How to Help Haiti

Numerous organizations are mobilizing to lend a hand in the devastating aftermath of Tuesday's earthquake in Haiti. Learn more about how you can help. U.S. State Department: The U.S. Department of State's Web site suggests texting 90999 to donate $10 to the Red Cross to help with relief efforts. As of Friday morning, Americans have "texted" more than $8 million for Haiti relief. American Red Cross: The American Red Cross has pledged an initial $200,000 to assist communities impacted by the earthquake in Haiti, and is prepared to take further action as local responders assess the situation. Salvation Army: The Salvation Army is currently mobilizing personnel and supplies to assist in the relief effort in Haiti, following the severe earthquake that struck Tuesday. The Salvation Army has already dedicated $50,000 in direct aid to the country, and it is in need of additional donations. Clinton Bush Haiti Fund: President Barack Obama asked President Bill Clinton and President George W. Bush to raise funds for immediate relief and long-term recovery efforts to help those who are most in need of food, water, shelter, medical care, and support. In response, the two Presidents established the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund (CBHF) to identify and fulfill unmet needs in the region, foster economic opportunity, improve the quality of life of those affected over the long term, and assist the people of Haiti as they rebuild their lives and country.


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