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Outnumbered Overtime With Harris Faulkner

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This program brings the latest and greatest of top news stories straight to viewers. Fox News Channel's Harris Faulkner hosts a roundtable discussion and brings one-on-one interviews with newsmakers and the network's top contributors. Faulkner utilizes the resources of FNC journalists in the field to bring these topics straight to the viewers. Such topics include dangerous weather, politics and tributes to icons.

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