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The FOX News Rundown is a news-based weekday morning podcast. Each morning, Jacqui Heinrich, Dave Anthony, Lisa Brady, Jessica Rosenthal and Chris Foster take a deep dive into the major and controversial stories of the day, tapping into the massive reporting resources of FOX News to provide a full picture of the news. You'll hear a contrast of perspectives you may not hear elsewhere while going far beyond the basic headlines. Each weekday The FOX News Rundown features insight from top newsmakers, along with FOX News reporters and contributors, plus a daily commentary on a significant issue of the day. Check us out each morning.

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Global Pandemic: Safely Returning to Work Will Involve Testing
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Employers across the world are weighing how to safely reopen their offices amid the coronavirus pandemic. Medical professionals say routine testing is critical to getting employees back to work while the world awaits a vaccine. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Dr. Robert Segal, President of LabFinder.com, on the work his organization is doing to help consumers get reliable coronavirus antibody testing.
Jun 05, 2020
Trying To Unite After A Tough Week For America
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This week, Americans all across the country protested against police brutality following the death of George Floyd. Some protests became violent in areas like New York, Los Angeles and even Washington D.C. President Trump has been met with a lot of criticism on his handling and response to the protests. Hogan Gidley, Deputy Assistant to the President and Principal Deputy Press Secretary defends the White House’s response to the riots, the President's support for the African American community and if the White House is concerned about a second wave of coronavirus following the nationwide protests.   The United States has seen better days. As business start to re-open, we are still seeing close to a thousand Americans die a day due to the coronavirus, millions are still out of work and violent protests breaking out across the nation. Chris Wallace, host of Fox News Sunday, discusses what he thinks was a bad week for America as well as President Trump. Plus, Wallace discusses the inspiration behind his new book, “Countdown 1945: The Extraordinary Story of the Atomic Bomb and the 116 Days That Changed the World.” Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by former Utah Congressman and Fox News Contributor Jason Chaffetz.  
Jun 05, 2020
Global Pandemic: Concerns Over Recruitment of Non-Physicians
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Hospitals have been inundated with coronavirus patients, causing major staffing and other resource concerns. Some health care facilities have turned to recruiting non-physician providers who may not be adequately equipped to take care of patients in order to boost their staffing. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Dr. Purvi Parikh, an Allergy & Infectious Disease Doctor, on how the grassroots organization Physicians for Patient’s Protection is deploying properly trained medical professionals to help during the pandemic.
Jun 04, 2020
Clamping Down On Violent Protests And Antifa
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The violent protests across the country have made it hard on police departments. President Donald Trump has even threatened to invoke the Insurrection Act and call up military troops to help bring peace to America’s streets. Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernie Kerik discusses the George Floyd case, how the local officials should be managing the violent protests and whether the National Guard should be used.   President Trump has blamed ANTIFA for the riots going on across the country following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. The President announced earlier this week that the government will designate the far-left group as a terrorist organization. So what exactly is ANTIFA? Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Andrew McCarthy explains what ANTIFA is and why he thinks it’s not necessary to designate the group as a terrorist organization.   Plus, commentary by former Chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee Donna Brazile.   
Jun 04, 2020
Global Pandemic: Can Investing In Innovation End The Pandemic?
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The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has sparked opportunity for innovation. Entrepreneurs are developing vaccines, treatments and other technological advancements in response to the virus; however, many lack the funds to do so. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with John Medved, the CEO of the investment platform OurCrowd, on how a $100 million dollar pandemic innovation fund is helping support such companies.
Jun 03, 2020
"What The Hell Is Going On?": Sen. McSally, Neil Cavuto on Nationwide Unrest
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The tension across America is increasing after two months of coronavirus shutdowns and more than a week of destructive protests over the death of George Floyd. Senator Martha McSally (R-AZ) discusses the nationwide demonstrations and President Trump's vow to put soldiers on the ground if the violence doesn't stop. The Arizona Republican also weighs in on the possibility of another stimulus bill and her bid for re-election. The civil unrest erupting across the country following the death of George Floyd is likely to slow the U.S. economy's comeback from the Covid-19 outbreak. Violent protests and looting in cities including New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, have left business owners in a tough place. FOX's Neil Cavuto joins the 'Rundown' to weigh in on all of this more. Plus, commentary by "FOX and Friends" co-anchor and "The Brian Kilmeade Show" host, Brian Kilmeade.
Jun 03, 2020
Global Pandemic: Rising Concerns Mass Protests Could Start Second Wave
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Concerns over the coronavirus pandemic have taken a backseat for many Americans, as thousands are taking to the streets to protest the death of George Floyd for the eighth consecutive day. There are major concerns of a spike in cases, as many protesters are gathering without masks and not social distancing. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Summer Johnson McGee, the Dean of the School of Health Sciences at the University of New Haven, on how groups can assemble peacefully without jeopardizing public health.  
Jun 02, 2020
Covering The Chaos
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It has been more than a week since the death of George Floyd in police custody sparked protests across the nation. Since then, some cities have seen buildings and police cars lit on fire, shattered windows and even looting. Fox News correspondents Matt Finn and Leland Vittert discuss covering the protests as they turned violent and Leland tells the full story of what happened Friday night when he was targeted by angry protesters outside the White House. So what's next? How does the country address police brutality and racism following the death of George Floyd? How do Americans re-establish trust in law officers and work with them in their communities? Also, what legislation needs to be passed at the state and local levels to end these tragedies and hold those accountable? Criminal defense attorney and FOX News Contributor Ted Williams and FOX News political analyst Gianno Caldwell weigh in. Plus, commentary by Fox News Correspondent At Large Geraldo Rivera.
Jun 02, 2020
Global Pandemic: Policing During a Pandemic
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Americans are fearful of a rise in coronavirus cases, as thousands of Americans continue to gather in large groups to protest the tragic death of George Floyd. Police officers across the country are altering their community policing efforts in an effort to protect themselves from contracting the virus. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Joe Ested, a former police officer in Richmond, Virginia, on the implications of coronavirus on policing. 
Jun 01, 2020
Protests And Politics: How Will Civil Unrest Affect The Presidential Election?
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Following the death of George Floyd while in police custody, anger has ignited protests, turning into looting, rioting and attacks to law enforcement. Director of the Fox News decision desk Arnon Mishkin discusses recent polls and how this could impact the 2020 Presidential election. Today officially kicks off hurricane season, although we’ve had some named storms already this spring and other natural disasters during the coronavirus outbreak. So how do Americans balance a natural disaster and a pandemic? Hagerty Consulting's Executive Chairman, and former FEMA Administrator Brock Long weighs in on how to prepare.  Plus, commentary by Richard Fowler Fox News Contributor. 
Jun 01, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: A Pastor's Fight To Reopen His Church
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Many churches across the country will remain closed this weekend due to the coronavirus and the social distancing guidelines still being enforced by some states. However, there are some religious leaders defying their governors and holding services anyway. One of them is Charles Clark III, who is a co-pastor at Solid Rock Baptist Church in Berlin, New Jersey. Despite Gov. Phil Murphy's order to keep churches closed to the public, he has decided to allow parishioners in . Earlier this week, Clark joined host Dave Anthony on the Fox News Rundown to discuss his the motivatin behind his act of defiance and the lawsuit he plans against the state of the New Jersey. He also explained the precautions he is taking to help prevent his church members from getting Covid-19. The conversation was too long and we could not include all of it in this week's segment. You can hear the entire conversation on the Fox News Rundown Extra.
May 31, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Country Star Sara Evans Covers It All With Dana Perino
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Fox News anchor Dana Perino recently got the opportunity to sit down with one of the biggest names in country music, Sara Evans. Evans discussed her latest album, 'Copy That', where she covers some classic songs from the last few decades. She explained her inspiration behind the project and why she chose some of the classic hits she performs. But the conversation was not just about music. Dana Perino asked the songwriter about her family, challenges in her life and how she has been coping with the current coronavirus crisis Part of the discussion aired on the Fox News Rundown earlier this week, but it was too long and we could not include it all. But there was plenty you missed including Sara Evans discussing ways she'd like to improve the music industry and more intimate stories from her past. On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you'll hear Dana Perino's entire, unedited conversation with country star Sara Evans.
May 30, 2020
Global Pandemic: Staying Positive As A Parent In The Pandemic
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Parenting in the age of coronavirus has many challenges. Parents and kids alike are struggling to navigate life at home, with schools closed and lockdown orders in place. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Armin Brott, the host of the Positive Parenting podcast. Armin provides advice for parents on how to explain the coronavirus pandemic to kids.  
May 29, 2020
Trump Takes On Twitter
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President Trump signed an executive order challenging liability protections for social media companies on Thursday following his latest feud with Twitter. It was over the company's decision for the first time to fact-check the President's tweets about mail-in ballots. FOX News Sunday host Chris Wallace weighs in on the feud. He also discusses former VP Joe Biden leaving his basement for the first time, face masks being politicized and the recent death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. As America remains partially closed due to coronavirus social distancing guidelines , some religious leaders across the country are defying their governors by opening up their churches! Charles Clark III, co-pastor of Solid Rock Baptist Church went against New Jersey's stay-at-home orders and held a service last weekend. Clark discusses why he is suing Gov. Phil Murphy and what precautions his church is taking to keep everyone safe. Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by Former Deputy National Security Adviser, KT McFarland.
May 29, 2020
Global Pandemic: HHS Working for a Vaccine by End of the Year
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The Department of Health and Human Services launches 'Operation Warp Speed' in order to expedite a coronavirus vaccine and treatment. The Trump Administration took early action to combat the virus and decentralize the United States’ response, but now Americans are looking for more to restore confidence in resuming their normal routines. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Eric Hargan, Deputy Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, on what HHS and the Trump administration is doing to plan for a potential resurgence of the virus. 
May 28, 2020
America's Mission To Dominate Space
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The historic SpaceX Crew Dragon launch has been postponed to Saturday because of bad weather. The capsule will carry NASA astronauts and mark the next phase of America's space program. Apollo 17 astronaut Harrison Schmitt and Fox' Eben Brown discuss why both this mission and the United States investment in space exploration are so important. Veteran journalist and host of Fox Nation's "Lara Logan Has No Agenda," Lara Logan returns to the 'Rundown' to discuss her latest series on America's veterans and their lives after service. She tells the story of a veteran who explains how surfing kept him alive after losing an arm and both legs as well as Angel Flights bringing home bodies of the fallen. Plus, commentary by Founder of Turning Point USA and author Charlie Kirk.
May 28, 2020
Global Pandemic: Italy Reopens with Cultural Changes
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Italy is adapting to a new normal way of life in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Italian businesses are reopening and lockdown orders are lifting, but the Italian government has implemented strong guidelines in an effort to prevent a potential second wave. Trey Yingst speaks with FOX’s Courtney Walsh, with a firsthand update on the ground in Italy. 
May 27, 2020
The Coming Wave Of Covid Lawsuits
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While health experts continue to battle Covid-19 and prepare for a possible second surge of outbreaks, there has been a wave of coronavirus lockdown-related lawsuits. From loved ones trying to holding nursing homes accountable for deaths, to churches and businesses demanding to reopen; well over 1,000 state and federal lawsuits have been filed over the pandemic crisis. Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst  Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses some of the legal battles and anticipates how they may play out.  The coronavirus has altered plans for many including concerts, vacations and weddings. So will Americans who have already put up big bucks get their money back? Regina Conway, a consumer expert with Slickdeals, discusses the best ways to rebook or get a refund during these times. Plus, commentary by Abby Hornacek, host of the "Getting Schooled" podcast and "Park'd" on Fox Nation.  
May 27, 2020
Global Pandemic: Crimes Including Domestic Violence on the Rise
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The coronavirus pandemic has led to a global rise in domestic violence and other crimes. Researchers say there is a correlation between economic upheaval and an increase in abusive behaviors at home. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Dr. John DeCarlo, associate professor and the director of the Criminal Justice master’s program at the University of New Haven, on what resources are available for victims of domestic violence in the midst of coronavirus lockdown orders.
May 26, 2020
Is America All Aboard For A Mass Transit Bailout?
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With millions American working from home, the coronavirus could permanently change the way we work and how we commute to the office. That’s could be devastating to the America’s mass transit systems and the cities who rely on trains and buses for revenue. Former Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood discusses the likelihood of bailouts and how this crisis compares to the financial meltdown in 2008 and 2009. For over two decades, Sara Evan has stood out in the music business. Her songwriting and her voice have made one of most played female stars on country radio. Dana Perino, the anchor of Fox News’ “The Daily Briefing”, talks to Evans about her career, coping with the coronavirus crisis and her new album, “Copy That.” Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of "Fox Across America."
May 26, 2020
Global Pandemic: Antibodies Test Will Help Against Second Wave
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Countries around the world are buying antibody tests to figure out how many of their citizens were infected with Covid-19 with the idea it can help strategize against a second wave of the virus. Tel Aviv University is working the Israeli Defense Force soldiers to detect antibodies and the country's immune response to the coronavirus. FOX's Trey Yingst spoke with Professor Ariel Munitz and Professor Motti Gerlic, of  Tel Aviv University, who are both working to develop a better test for Covid-19 antibodies.
May 25, 2020
A Memorial Day We Won't Forget
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For many Americans Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer, but the true meaning of the holiday is to remember and honor those who have given their lives while serving in the military. Because of the coronavirus crisis, this holiday weekend will be like none we’ve ever seen. Retired US Marine Staff Sergeant and host of the Proud American podcast Johnny “Joey” Jones joins the ‘Rundown’ to discuss the balance of trying to enjoy this holiday weekend and honoring those who gave their lives.   Astronaut, Christina Koch started her journey on March 14th, 2019 and has set a record for the longest spaceflight by a woman, spending a total of 328 days in space. Christina Koch discusses her mission in space, what it meant to her to make history and how it has changed her perspective as she returned to earth.    Plus, commentary by Paul Batura, author and the vice president of communications for Focus on the Family. 
May 25, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: "We Are Adults": John Rich Makes His Case For Reopening America
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Country star John Rich can't tour this summer this due to the coronavirus. But his Nashville restaurant is back open and he has a lot to say about the current state of America. Earlier this week, John Rich joined host Dave Anthony to discuss the Covid-19 lockdowns and why he is not happy with some states still enforcing tight restrictions on businesses. Unlike many restaurant owners, he says will not require his diners to wears masks and he will not take part in any contract tracing programs. Rich also discussed the music industry and his new season of his Fox Nation show, "The Pursuit!" We could not include the full interview in our original segment due to time, but there was a lot you missed. We will let you hear it all on this episode of The Fox News Rundown Extra.
May 24, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: A Moderate Trying To Make It In Michigan
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Michigan has been in the spotlight lately. Besides being considered a key battleground state in this year's upcoming presidential election, it has also been at the center of the debate over reopening the economy and lockdown restrictions. Rep. Elissa Slotkin represents Michigan's 8th district and she joined host Jessica Rosenthal on the Rundown this week to discuss the news coming out of her state and her own reelection campaign. The Democratic Congresswoman defended some of the restrictions her state put on businesses, but said she sympathized with her constituents who believes some limitation went too far. The former CIA analyst also weighed in on the controversy surrounding the Michael Flynn investigation, suggesting anyone who illegally leaked material related to the case surrounding the former national security adviser should be held accountable. Rep. Slotkin was candid and discussed a lot of issues. Because of time, we could not include the entire conversation in our original segment. On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear our full interview with Rep. Slotkin. Some of the exclusive content includes the moderate Democrat looking back at her vote to impeach President Trump earlier this year and her belief it could cost her job come November.
May 23, 2020
Global Pandemic: Suicides Expected to Rise During Pandemic
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Among the many social and economic problems the Covid-19 pandemic has caused is the strain on mental health and, with that, an increase in the possibility of suicides. According to a recent study, we should expect an increase in the number of suicides brought on by financial troubles, stress from isolation and overall heightened fear. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Dr. Roger McIntyre, professor at the University of Toronto and the author of a new study that has some grim predictions about suicide in the wake of coronavirus, but also has some answers.    
May 22, 2020
The Coronavirus Culture War
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Just in time for Memorial Day weekend, all 50 states have now started to  reopen in some capacity. But while you would think the easing of the coronavirus lockdown would bring us together this holiday weekend, the country is growing more divided on the issues of masks and how quickly we should be returning to normal. Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace discusses the political fight over reopening and also weighs in on the 2020 race. Country star John Rich can't tour thanks to the Coronavirus, but he has reopened his Nashville bar after it was closed for weeks. However, unlike many establishments across the country, he is not requiring his customers to wear a mask. Rich explains why he's not happy with some of the ongoing lockdown restrictions and he thinks it’s time the government trusts the American people. Plus, commentary by co-host of  "FOX and Friends" and the host of "The Brian Kilmeade Show," Brian Kilmeade.
May 22, 2020
Global Pandemic: Russia Being Hit Hard by Virus
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The Russian government has been confidently saying they have been beating back the coronavirus since the start but the latest numbers of infected don't support that. There are now over 300-thousand Russians infected and the nation’s death toll has risen to over 3-thousand. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Matthew Rojansky, the Director of the Wilson Center's Kennan Institute, about why the pandemic looks like it has picked up in Russia.
May 21, 2020
All Eyes On Michigan
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President Trump won the state of Michigan in the 2016 presidential election, but the swing state is up for grabs in November. Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-MI) is also running for re-election this year. The freshman Congresswoman joined the ‘Rundown’ to discuss running a re-election campaign during Covid-19, the impact of the virus on the state of Michigan, what Michiganders are looking for in the 2020 presidential candidates and the impact of the recent flooding in her state. What will travel look like after the coronavirus? The outbreak has hit both the airline and hotel industry hard. Now that states are reopening again and summer is approaching, what are some of the changes we can expect when it comes to going on vacation, travelling to work and heading abroad? Also, will people have the confidence to go out at all? Travel analyst Mark Murphy weighs in. Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Tom Shillue.
May 21, 2020
Global Pandemic: Some Lessons Learned From the Ebola Outbreak
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Global health is a top priority for many international groups who warn that war-torn countries with weak healthcare systems are unable to handle the coronavirus pandemic. Experts hope to use their experiences with past disease outbreaks, such as Ebola, to prevent a rapid spread of coronavirus in vulnerable areas across the world.  FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Nancy Lindborg, the President and CEO of the U.S. Institute of Peace, on how she is using her past experience leading the Ebola response in 2014 to fight coronavirus.
May 20, 2020
Bill Hemmer On Covering The Biggest Story Of Our Time
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It's been over two months since the US shut down its economy to try and flatten the curve of the coronavirus outbreak. Now states are slowly starting to reopen and attempt to get back to normal. But, there is some debate about whether it's "too soon" to open back up. Bill Hemmer, anchor of Bill Hemmer Reports on the Fox News Channel and the Hemmer Time podcast weighs in on the impact of the virus, the escalating tensions between the U.S. and China and more. While bars and restaurants are starting to finally open their doors, for some, unfortunately, it may be too late. The founder of Coyote Ugly Saloon, Liliana "Lil" Lovell and Coyote Ugly's general counsel Jeff Wiseman discuss how their company has coped with coronavirus and why reopening will be a struggle even if states give them permission to do so. Plus, commentary by  Kat Timpf, co-host of the "Tyrus and Timpf" podcast.
May 20, 2020
Global Pandemic: A 60 Second Covid-19 Test in Development
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As many countries begin reopening, developments in coronavirus testing and vaccines remain top priority. There is some initial hope coming out of Israel where a team at Ben Gurion University of the Negev has developed a 60 second breathalyzer test with a high accuracy rate. FOX’s Trey Yingst takes us inside the university lab and speaks with Professor Gabby Sarusi on how the test works and when we can expect mass production to begin. 
May 19, 2020
2020 Race Heating Up: Which Way Is America Swinging?
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The coronavirus pandemic will be a central issue during the upcoming presidential election in November. FOX's Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt discusses how the Covid-19 outbreak affects former Vice President Joe Biden's chances of unseating President Trump, the possibility of an all mail-in ballot and more. The coronavirus has hit the United States harder than anywhere else leaving about one and a half people infected. But there has been improvement on slowing the spread and flattening the curve. In response to that, most states are easing restrictions. Dr. Marc Siegel, Professor Medicine at NYU Langone discusses the country relaxing social distancing measures, whether schools should resume in the fall and the development of a Covid vaccination. Plus, commentary by Alex Berenson, former New York Times reporter and the author of "Tell Your Children: The Truth About Marijuana, Mental Illness, and Violence."
May 19, 2020
Global Pandemic: Mideast Tensions Remain In The Face Of Pandemic
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As the entire world battles the coronavirus pandemic, tensions in the Middle East have continued. Fears of a possible ISIS resurgence and war with Iran remain prevalent due to maintained attacks. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Seth Frantzman, journalist and author of ‘After ISIS: America, Iran and the Struggle for the Middle East,’ about the impact of coronavirus on the current geopolitical situation in the Middle East.
May 18, 2020
The Search For An Economic Cure
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Democrats narrowly passed a $3 trillion dollar Coronavirus relief package despite some division within their ranks. 14 house democrats opposed the bill – most of them in right-leaning districts, and only one republican voted for it. David Asman host of Bulls and Bears discusses the pros and cons of the stimulus package and how businesses are taking extra precautions against liability as employees return to work.    He was known as ‘Kane’ during his pro wrestling days.Now, Glen Jacobs is the mayor of Knox County in Tennessee and he joins the ‘Rundown’ to talk about balancing public safety and personal liberty during the coronavirus pandemic and gives his thoughts on the WWE hosting crowdless shows.    Plus, commentary from Cal Thomas, syndicated columnist and author of "America's Expiration Date: The Fall Of Empires, Superpowers and the United States"  
May 18, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: A Deep Dive Into The Flynn 'Unmasking' Controversy
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A list of officials from the Obama administration who sought to "unmask" President Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn was released this week. The latest revelation has Republican lawmakers calling for hearings as Donald Trump says this week's developments prove the Obama Administration used their power to damage his presidency. Democrats have called the story a 'distraction' and many Americans are understandably confused by all the details and allegations. Earlier this week, host Jessica Rosenthal took a look at the controversy and some of the accusations being made against President Obama and his justice Department. One of the guests she spoke to was former assistant U.S. attorney Andrew McCarthy. The Fox News Contributor offered some perspective on the case, explained the practice of "unmasking" and broke down the complex timeline of the Flynn investigation and the origins of the Russia probe. The interview was too long and we could include a small portion of it in our original segment. On The Fox News Rundown Extra, you'll hear our full interview with  former assistant U.S. attorney Andrew McCarthy and get his take on what President Donald Trump is calling "Obamagate."
May 17, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Why Maria Bartiromo Believes China Is A 'Bigger Threat' Than The Coronavirus
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Even before there were questions surrounding the origins of the coronavirus and how China handled the outbreak, America's relationship with the nation was strained. We were in the middle of a trade dispute and many U.S. lawmakers, including President Donald Trump, were accusing China's government of stealing our country's intellectual property. The pandemic and concerns over our supply lines have only exasperated the tensions. Earlier this week, host Dave Anthony spoke Fox Business anchor Maria Bartiromo about this growing conflict and her new special, "Fox Nation Presents America vs. China." In the segment, the host of 'Mornings with Maria' and 'Sunday Morning Futures' said the current global crisis has alerted many Americans to the threat China poses on our country. She even suggested they were a bigger threat than the coronavirus! The interview was full of great information, but it was too long and we could not include the whole thing in our original segment. On The Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear more from Maria Bartiromo and her take on both China and our current economic crisis.
May 16, 2020
Global Pandemic: Georgia Reopens with Confidence
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Georgia was one of the first states to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic, and received lots of pushback for doing so. Now Georgia hopes to be a leader for other states on how to open up with a balanced approach to healthcare and economic concerns. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr with an update on the current situation on the ground and where things are headed. 
May 15, 2020
Unmasking The Unmaskers
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A list of officials from the Obama administration who sought to unmask President Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn was released this week. The latest revelation has now fueled demands from both Republican lawmakers and the President to look into the extent of the unmasking practice. FOX's Digital Politics reporter Brooke Singman and former assistant U.S. attorney Andrew McCarthy explain what 'unmasking' is and what exactly happened. House Democrats are pushing a $3 trillion coronavirus economic stimulus bill they say provides relief money for states, the unemployed and more. If it passes the House, Senate Republicans say it will be dead on arrival. Chris Wallace, host of Fox News Sunday, discusses the debate over more stimulus, the reopening of states and the 2020 race. Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by Fox News Correspondent At Large Geraldo Rivera.  
May 15, 2020
Global Pandemic: Germany Reopens and the World Watches
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Life is beginning to return to normal in Germany, where parks are bustling and many businesses have reopened. In an effort to support the struggling economy and tourism industry, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is aiming to eliminate border controls on June 15th if the coronavirus situation remains contained. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with, Bojan Pancevski, The Wall Street Journal’s Germany Correspondent, with a firsthand update on the developments on the ground in Germany and the concerns that remain.
May 14, 2020
Legal Immunity For Reopening Businesses?
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It didn't take long for the coronavirus to inflict damage on the economy. One study estimates 100,000 small businesses will be closed for good and the Fed expects the unemployment rate to only get worse. Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) discusses reopening the economy, the controversy over giving legal protections to employers who decide to reopen and the possibility of more Covid relief from Congress. President Trump's ongoing feud with the media since he took office has only seemed to intensify during the coronavirus pandemic. Howard Kurtz, host of MediaBuzz on the Fox News Channel and The MediaBUZZmeter podcast joins today's 'Rundown' to discuss the President's relationship with the press during the outbreak, how former presidents have dealt with media coverage during crises in the past and how the 2020 election has taken a back seat due to the virus. Plus, commentary by Guy Benson, host of "The Guy Benson Show"
May 14, 2020
Global Pandemic: System Strengthened By Improved Data Sharing
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The coronavirus pandemic has led to a need for a globally connected data driven healthcare system. Many countries are recognizing the importance of working together to share data points in order to create a more accurate picture of the virus and develop a vaccine. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Harry Glorikian, author of ‘MoneyBall Medicine: Thriving in the New Data Driven Healthcare Market,’ on why the United States health care system has gotten better at data trading but needs some improvement.
May 13, 2020
Tom Cotton’s Coronavirus Plan
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Senator Tom Cotton (R-AK) has been leading the charge against China for its handling and potential coverup of the coronavirus pandemic. The Senator joins the 'Rundown' to talk about holding China accountable for its actions, virus testing, the future of American manufacturing and stimulus money. As states continue to reopen, doctors on the White House coronavirus task force say opening too soon can be a major setback to our economy. Monica Crowley, who is the Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs for the U.S. Treasury, discusses the current economic crisis and the plan to help Americans who are struggling to cope with financial hardships of the pandemic. Plus, commentary by Democratic Strategist Leslie Marshall.
May 13, 2020
Global Pandemic: A Second Wave Worries Investors
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The global economy continues to suffer because of the coronavirus pandemic, but experts say this downturn may provide an opportunity for investors and new businesses. Meanwhile, the fear of a resurgence of the virus has left consumer confidence low and may continue to slow economic recovery. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Craig Cecilio, the CEO and Founder of DiversyFund, on what Americans should do with their money in these highly uncertain times. 
May 12, 2020
'America Vs. China': Maria Bartiromo On The Growing Tensions
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Globally, the coronavirus outbreak has had the worst impact in the United States, having nearly a third of the world's four million cases. Host of Mornings with Maria and Sunday Morning Futures, Maria Bartiromo discusses her new special, "Fox Nation Presents America vs. China," our country's relationship with the nation and the current economic crisis. Tech giants Google and Apple have teamed up to launch a Covid-19 tracking app to help prevent any further spread of the virus. The purpose of the contact tracing tool is to help identify users if they have come into contact with someone who has tested positive for the coronavirus. FOX News Headlines 24/7 anchor Brett Larson tells us more about the app and its benefits and FOX's Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano explains the privacy concerns surrounding the use of the app if you choose to download it on your phone. Plus, commentary FOX Business producer Jaimie La Bella.
May 12, 2020
Global Pandemic: Success In Israel as Special Unit Shuts Down
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The coronavirus pandemic is largely under control in Israel, where just 23 new cases were reported yesterday. Israel set a different standard of care in its hospitals early on, and it has paid off—the coronavirus ward at one of the biggest Israeli hospitals was shut down over the weekend. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Professor Ronni Gamzu, the CEO of the Tel Aviv Medical Center, on what American hospitals can learn from Israel’s approach to weathering this pandemic. 
May 11, 2020
The Fight For Control Of Congress
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With the Democratic presidential nomination all but secured by former Vice President Joe Biden, the spotlight now shifts to the Senate. This November, 35 senate seats are up for grabs with 22 controlled by the Republicans. Tom Bevan, co-founder and President of Real Clear Politics, discusses the recent poll numbers from swing states and how the balance of power in the senate will be determined on November 6th.  America’s truck drivers are still on the road moving the majority of freight amid the coronavirus pandemic. Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of cross-border policy at the American Trucking Associations, Bob Costello discusses the supply and demand from truckers during the Covid-19 outbreak, some of the obstacles they face and what precautions they're taking.    Plus, commentary by former aide to Senator Chuck Schumer and radio host Chris Hahn.
May 11, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Martha MacCallum On Gen. Flynn, Joe Biden And Covering Corona
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Earlier this week, host Jessica Rosenthal spoke with Fox News' Martha MacCallum. The segment that aired on the Fox News Rundown focused mainly on the coronavirus and how the host of "The Story" was covering the crisis and the political debates that have sprung up since the pandemic began. The interview however was very long and included a long list of other topics. We did not have time to include a large portion of the discussion. On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear our full conversation with Martha MacCallum. The veteran anchor discusses the allegations against Joe Biden, the questions being raised about how the FBI treated General Michael Flynn and how the crisis has impacted her personally. The host and "The Untold Story" podcast also discusses her latest book,  "Unknown Valor: A Story of Family, Courage, and Sacrifice from Pearl Harbor to Iwo Jima."
May 10, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Mike Rowe On America's Recovery
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In this unforeseen time of shutdowns, masks and keeping our distance, sometimes it helps to know we're not alone. A few weeks ago, we checked in on TV personality and author Mike Rowe. The former host of  'Dirty Jobs' made a career out of lovingly spotlighting the working class. In his conversation with host Lisa Brady, he discussed how these unexpected changes due to the coronavirus may lead to some long-term changes for America's workforce. Rowe also discussed how he has shifted his own focus since the pandemic and trying to help people through his streaming show, 'Returning the Favor.' The conversation was long and we could not include all of it in our original segment. On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear more from Mike Rowe and get more of his advice on Americans can find a way overcome the hardships of being out of work and forced to distance form others.
May 09, 2020
Global Pandemic: Global Backlash Threatens China's Influence
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Many countries across the world have lost their trust in China due to its serious mishandling of the coronavirus outbreak. China is now in damage control and desperate to step up efforts to position itself as a global diplomatic leader. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with Dr. Patricia Kim, Senior Policy Analyst at the U.S. Institute of Peace, on China's growing influence in the Red Sea arena and the impact that coronavirus may have had on its ambitions across the world.
May 08, 2020
Trying To Change The Coronavirus Conversation
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Each week we are seeing the unemployment numbers rise as well as more states and cities starting to slowly reopen their economy. Chris Wallace, host of Fox News Sunday, discusses the health and political risks of trying to relax social-distancing restrictions. Plus, Wallace weighs in on the 2020 race, the sexual assault allegations against Joe Biden and developments in the Trump-Russia investigation. Today marks the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day or VE Day where people celebrated the surrender of Nazi Germany ending World War ll in Europe. A professor of military history at University of Buckingham and a professor of history and Director of the Military History Center at the University of North Texas discuss World War ll, the importance of V-E Day and explain why the date wasn't the official end of World War ll. Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by former White House speechwriter Marc Thiessen.
May 08, 2020
Global Pandemic: Beating PPE Shortages
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Many countries across the world have turned to China to purchase PPE, where there are growing concerns over the quality of the medical gear being produced. Importers are also facing major difficulties securing products due to shipping delays caused by customs backups and lack of air freights. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Leo Friedman, the founder of iPromo, on how his company switched its focus to source masks and hand sanitizers for clients instead of the usual core products.
May 07, 2020
Trey Gowdy On The Michael Flynn Case
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The Michael Flynn case has taken a turn with the FBI now under scrutiny for its questioning of the one-time National Security Advisor. Trey Gowdy Former House Oversight Committee Chairman and Host of "Trey Gowdy Podcast", explains why he thinks the investigation was mishandled. Host of The Story on the FOX News Channel and The Untold Story podcast, Martha MacCallum, joins today's 'Rundown' to discuss the coronavirus outbreak. She explains why she compares covering the pandemic to 9/11 and weighs in on how the handling of Covid-19 will impact voters when they head to the ballot box in November. Plus, commentary by Pastor Robert Jeffress of the Dallas First Baptist Church. 
May 07, 2020
Global Pandemic: Man Credits Trial Drug For Beating Covid-19
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As the coronavirus pandemic continues, the world still awaits a treatment for the virus. There may be some hope, however, after the Food and Drug Administration issued an emergency use authorization for the drug 'Remdesivir' as a potential treatment last week. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with Scott Efron, a cancer patient who recently beat coronavirus after receiving the trial drug 'Remdesivir', on his experience fighting the virus.
May 06, 2020
Is It Safe To Get A Haircut?
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As states begin to reopen or plan to start up their economies and move forward from Covid-19, how safe is it for people to return to normal? What precautions need to be taken at the federal, state and local levels to keep the coronavirus from spreading and make people feel safe as we wait on a vaccine? Dr. Syra Madad is the Senior Director of New York City's System Special Pathogens Program and she joins the 'Rundown' to answer all these questions and more. She tested positive for COVID in early March just as the outbreak was ramping up. She has since recovered and is trying to mobilize people like herself to help fight the virus. Diana Berrent, survivor of COVID-19 and founder of Survivor Corps, explains her experience battling the illness and how she is urging other survivors to donate their blood in an effort to find an effective treatment. Plus, commentary by former Clinton pollster and managing partner of the Stagwell Group, Mark Penn.
May 06, 2020
Global Pandemic: Post Pandemic Markets Are Unclear
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The coronavirus pandemic has devastated the global economy, leaving many with major concerns about what to do with their money. While it is impossible to predict what will happen to the stock market, experts encourage investors to focus on the long term implications instead of thinking short term. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Chris Markowski, host of “Watchdog on Wall Street,” about what investments and strategies individuals should focus on during these volatile times. 
May 05, 2020
Is There More Stimulus Money on the Way?
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Despite America's economy still being largely shut down, rent or mortgage payments are still being collected. With 30 million people losing their jobs in the last six weeks, many people are having a hard time coming up with the money. This is why there is pressure on Washington to pass yet another stimulus package. Congressman Tim Ryan (D-OH) explains his plan to help those Americans who may be struggling: giving $2,000 a month until America reopens for business. Italy, Europe's hardest hit nation and the first country in the world to implement a nationwide lockdown because of the coronavirus, has begun to reopen parts of its economy, after a decline in Covid-19 cases and deaths. FOX News Foreign Correspondent Amy Kelloogg spoke with us from Florence, Italy about the country's decision to ease restrictions, the different phases to get the country back to normal safely and what the rest of the world can learn from Italy. Plus, commentary by Johnny "Joey" Jones, retired Marine and host of the "Proud American" podcast.
May 05, 2020
Global Pandemic: Slow Information Sharing has Delayed Answers
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China's lack of transparency has slowed the development of better testing and the ultimate goal of developing a vaccine. Intelligence reports from five countries, including the United States, say China lied about human to human transmission and didn't hand over virus samples to the West. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Michael Daugherty, the President of LabMD on on how that information delay has hurt the development of a vaccine.  
May 04, 2020
From Empty Streets To Empty Shelves?
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Consumers are rushing to buy meat amid shortage concerns after the USDA reported beef and pork production were down significantly in April. Meat production plant closures brought on by coronavirus are compounding the problem. Leslie Sarasin, President and CEO of the Food Industry Association, discusses the strain on our supply chain, efforts by President Trump to curb the shortage, and the impacts Americans might see in grocery stores. In the last couple of months the coronavirus has completely changed our daily lives including the American workforce. The virus has created "essential" workers, remote workers and the increasing unemployment across the country that doesn't seem to be going away any time soon. The big question is, when we finally return to our new normal, what will the future of jobs look like? How has this pandemic changed the way we work, what adjustments will be made permanent and what will companies and employers do to survive if there is another crisis? Chief Knowledge Officer at the Society for Human Resource Management, Alex Alonso and Global Leader of Deloitte’s Human Capital Practice, Erica Volini weigh in.  Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Tammy Bruce.
May 04, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Former NY Gov. Pataki On Andrew Cuomo, Donald Trump And The Next American Rebound
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When terrorists attacked Lower Manhattan on September 11, 2001, the country was in a state of shock, the economy took a massive hit and many Americans thought we'd never be the same. While our country was changed after that crisis, both America and New York recovered. George Pataki was the governor of New York on 9/11 and he helped in that recovery. On the Fox News Rundown earlier this week, Gov. Pataki joined host Dave Anthony to discuss how that national crisis compares to what America is experiencing now as we try to combat both health and economic threats from the coronavirus. Pataki saw several parallels between 2001 and today, and weighed in on how our national and local leaders are responding to the pandemic. He also offered some advice to those leaders and had some criticisms for the media's coverage. The full interview was candid and insightful, but too long and we could not include it all in our original segment. This episode of Fox News Rundown Extra includes the entire conversation with former New York Governor. Besides hearing more about Pataki's views on leadership and his experience coping with challenges of 9/11, you will hear his take on modern day politics and the 2020 race.
May 03, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Inside The DOJ's Effort To Combat The China Threat
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The coronavirus pandemic has raised a lot of questions about our country's relationship with China. But even before that, there were concerns over the nation's early handling of the virus and their transparency in regards to the scope of their outbreak. U.S. officials had already been investigating China and trying to hold them accountable for their bad behavior. US Assistant Attorney General for national security, John Demers leads the Department of Justice's task force that is responsible for combating questionable trade practices, cyber-attacks and other national security threats from China. Demers spoke to host Jessica Rosenthal on the Fox News Rundown earlier this week and detailed how the DOJ is working to protect our country's intellectual property, infrastructure and citizens. The conversation shed a lot of light on the tactics China is using to undermine our country and what kind of cases the U.S. government is pursuing against them. Demers also suggested the country has been targeting some of our health services since the coronavirus crisis has begun and potentially slowing our effort to combat Covid-19. The conversation was too long and we could include it all in our original segment. On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear our full interview with Assistant AG John Demers and get a better sense of threat being posed by China and why trying to hold them accountable has been such a challenge.
May 02, 2020
Global Pandemic: Mental Toll of Stay At Home Orders
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The coronavirus pandemic has taken a significant toll on the mental health of many people around the world. Health care workers are facing PTSD reactions similar to those of veterans, while others are struggling with stay at home orders. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Dr. Melissa Whitson, Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of New Haven, on the impact of quarantine on the brain and advice on how to cope.  
May 01, 2020
Vice President Pence on Getting America Back to Work
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Vice President Mike Pence has been leading the White House task force against the coronavirus pandemic. The Vice President sits down with FOX News Radio's White House Correspondent Jon Decker to talk about his tour to a General Motors plant that is making ventilators in his home state of Indiana. He also discusses reopening the U.S. economy, getting Americans back to work, testing and protecting our most vulnerable population from the virus. Election Day is just over six months away. And while the focus has been on the pandemic and the current economic crisis, a scandal surrounding former Vice President and presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden is getting traction and has the potential to shakeup the Presidential race. Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace discusses the 2020 election and how the coronavirus and sexual allegations against Joe Biden could impact the race. Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by Guy Benson, host of "The Guy Benson Show"
May 01, 2020
Global Pandemic: New Military Tech Helps Doctors in Israel
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The Israeli military has stepped up in the fight against coronavirus in Israel, where cases are consistently trending downward. New technology is being developed to ease the challenges that doctors are facing on the frontlines. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Captain Doris of the Israeli Defense Forces, with a firsthand overview on what the military is doing and how Israel plans to use this innovation help other countries in need.
Apr 30, 2020
The Parallels Between 9/11 and Now
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As America currently deals with the coronavirus crisis, there are a lot of questions about how to rebuild and what we need from our leaders. George Pataki was the governor of New York when terrorists attacked Lower Manhattan on September 11, 2001. Pataki discusses how to handle a crisis while being a sitting Governor, the parallels between 9/11 and COVID-19 and who he supports going into the 2020 Presidential election. Across the country families are adjusting to their new normal amid Covid-19 including remote learning. While students, teachers and parents adjust to learning from home, there's no doubt it has been met with many obstacles both old and new. Former Assistant Secretary of Elementary and Secondary Education at the Department of Education, Deb Delisle explains some of the hurdles students, parents and teachers are facing. She also weighs in on the importance of schools and face-to face learning and what we can learn from homeschooling amid the pandemic. Plus, commentary by Paul Batura author of,  "GOOD DAY! The Paul Harvey Story."
Apr 30, 2020
Global Pandemic: Sweden Fishing for Answers
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The response to the coronavirus pandemic has been much different in Sweden, where schools and businesses have remained mostly open and regulations are limited. Now many European countries are turning to Sweden as an example for how to reopen their economies. FOX News Radio’s Simon Owen speaks to Charlie Duxbury, Politico reporter based in Stockholm, Sweden, with an update on the state of the pandemic in Sweden. 
Apr 29, 2020
Holding China Accountable
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The coronavirus pandemic, and China's handling of the virus has worsened U.S./China relations. As the U.S. tries to move forward from the outbreak, the big question remains if China will be held accountable and will there be repercussions for China's misinformation? Assistant Attorney General of National Security John Demers weighs in. 26 million Americas have filed for unemployment in the last five weeks with many frustrated they haven't received their money yet. Wall Street Journal economics reporter Sarah Chaney discusses why so many Americans are having a hard time getting unemployment benefits and what is being done to alleviate the problem. Plus, commentary by FOX News Correspondent at Large, Geraldo Rivera.
Apr 29, 2020
Global Pandemic: Testing and Contact Tracing Improving
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The United States continues to make great strides in combating the coronavirus pandemic with testing capabilities increasing and improved contact tracing underway. Despite these signs of hope, the virus is taking a heartbreaking toll on healthcare workers on the frontlines. FOX News Radio’s Simon Owen speaks to Dr. Janette Nesheiwat, MD, Family & Emergency Medicine and Fox News Medical Contributor, with an update on a coronavirus vaccine.
Apr 28, 2020
Why South Dakota Remained Open for Business
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More businesses in more states are starting to reopen. South Dakota is one of the few that did not order retailers and restaurants to shut down during the coronavirus outbreak. Governor Kristi Noem explains why she trusted the people of her state to take 'personal responsibility" and did not feel like a strict stay-at-home mandate was necessary. The first term Republican also weighs in on the federal government's response and the need for more testing. Covid-19 has drastically changed people's lives in the U.S. and across the world. As we look forward to life after the coronavirus, changes will have to be made to social norms such as handshaking in order to adjust to the "new normal." Biological anthropologist and senior research fellow at the Kinsey Institute, Dr. Helen Fisher weighs in on adapting to life after corona, how to move forward and what social norms will never change despite the outbreak. Plus, commentary by  Kat Timpf, co-host of the "Tyrus and Timpf" podcast.
Apr 28, 2020
Global Pandemic: Meat Shortages Could Be Coming
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Americans may need to brace themselves for a pork and beef shortage. The United States’ food supply chain, protein in particular, continues to be challenged due to the coronavirus pandemic.  FOX News Radio’s Simon Owen speaks with Mike Duffy, the CEO of C&S, the United States’ largest wholesale grocery supply company, on whether or not Americans are listening to calls to only buy what they need at grocery stores.
Apr 27, 2020
"Corona Crisis Testing Both Campaigns"
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As many states are starting phase one of reopening their economy the impact to both the U.S. economy and the 2020 Presidential race have been large. Chris Stirewalt, Fox News politics editor discusses recent FOX News polls and a claim from a former aide that Joe Biden sexually assaulted her in the 1990’s.    Even though the coronavirus has badly affected and even killed some otherwise seemingly healthy people, it is turning out that a lot of those who have been hospitalized weren’t very healthy to begin with. Fox News Contributor Dr. Nicole Saphier says America’s obesity and other chronic health problems made many of us more vulnerable to the pandemic. She offers ways to address these preventable illnesses and discusses her new book, “Make America Healthy Again.”   Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of "Fox Across America."
Apr 27, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Sen. Tim Scott Gets Candid About Race, Family and President Trump
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Senator Tim Scott is one of the biggest name in Washington. The South Carolina Republican is generally respected on both sides of the aisle and has been a leader on big issues facing the country. Recently, Sen. Scott joined host Dave Anthony on the Fox News Rundown. We did ask the Senator about the coronavirus and the economic challenges facing America, but much of the time was spent on his incredible story and unique life in politics. We could not get the entire conversation in the segment that ran this week, so we thought we'd let you hear it on the Fox News Rundown Extra. As you listen to the whole conversation, you will hear about his relationship with President, his views about our country and the challenges he faces as being the only black Republican in the Senate.
Apr 26, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Why Alex Berenson Says It Is Time To Reopen Schools
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After weeks of strict shelter-in-place measures being enforced throughout the country, a handful of states have decided to relax some of their social-distancing measures. America's lockdown was originally based on scientific models that projected millions of cases and horrifying death tolls. There have been skeptics out there who have believed that the data behind those morbid predictions was wrong and therefore some of the stay-at-home mandates went too far. Earlier this week, Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume hosted a special segment of the Rundown and spoke with former New York Times reporter and author Alex Berenson. Berenson has been tweeting for weeks that he believes the models are wrong and the dangers of Covid-19 have been overstated. Those tweets have put him in the center of the debate and have made him a target for many online. Brit Hume's interview with the journalist covered a lot of ground and was too long to include in our entire segment. On The Fox News Rundown Extra, you will here the entire conversation. Berenson gives his take on some of the arguments behind the policies that have shutdown huge parts of the economy. He also specifically addresses what he considered questionable data regarding the mortality rate and infection rate of the coronavirus. Exclusively in the Extra, Berenson also discusses the pushback he received after becoming a public skeptic of the virus.
Apr 25, 2020
Global Pandemic: FDA Issues Drug Warning
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The pressure is on to ramp up testing capacity and treatment for coronavirus. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a warning today on both hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine, which were previously touted as a potential treatment for the virus. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with David Lim, Health Care Reporter at Politico, on the coordinated effort between the federal government and states needed to tackle to testing shortages across the country.
Apr 24, 2020
America Begins to Open its Doors Again
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America will be watching, as several states start relaxing social distancing restrictions and reopening parts of their economy today. Some argue it's still too soon. Will these changes result in a spike in coronavirus infections? Plus, how have other countries fared with less restrictive lockdowns? University of California, Irvine epidemiologist Andrew Noymer weighs in on all of this. The coronavirus and social-distancing restrictions have sparked a debate centering around remote voting in Congress. Senator Tim Scott shares his take on how Washington's business should get done in a crisis. Plus, the South Carolina Republican discusses his relationship with President Trump, what he faced being the only black Republican in the Senate and his new book, "Opportunity Knocks: How Hard Work, Community, and Business Can Improve Lives and End Poverty." Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Tom Shillue.
Apr 24, 2020
Global Pandemic: Could the Coronavirus Bring Peace to the Mideast?
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The coronavirus pandemic has possibly opened the door for peace in the Middle East as many countries in conflict are turning their efforts to fight the virus back home. A ceasefire has held in Syria since March, where the population is highly vulnerable due to crowded and unsanitary living conditions. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Mona Yacoubian, Senior Advisor at the US Institute of Peace, on what region is facing and why mitigation strategies are nearly impossible to implement there.
Apr 23, 2020
Good News for Drivers, Bad News for Big Oil
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Something happened this week that's never occurred. The price of oil plunged so dramatically Monday, it turned negative. What do these historically low energy prices mean for the overall economy and your wallet? Apple-Metro CEO and Aly Energy board member Zane Tankel and Gasbuddy's Head of Petroleum Analysis Patrick De Haan join the Rundown to weigh in.  The coronavirus outbreak has sparked some lawsuits across the US including Americans suing China for its handling of the Covid-19 outbreak. FOX News Channel Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitino discusses whether Americans and the state of Missouri have a case. He also weighs in on employees targeting employers if they get sick, businesses trying to reopen despite the Governor's stay at home orders and the Supreme Court preparing to hold legal arguments over the phone in May. Plus, commentary by Suzanne Gosselin, co-author of "Grit and Grace: Devotions for Warrior Moms."
Apr 23, 2020
Global Pandemic: Hard Work and Heartbreak Inside an ICU
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Doctors on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic are focused on both medical and mental health treatment of patients. Most hospitals have banned visitors, leaving patients with the fear of dying alone. FOX’s Trey Yingst takes us inside a coronavirus intensive care unit at Sheba Hospital in Tel Aviv and speaks with Professor Haim Mayan, Head of the Coronavirus Critical Care Unit at the Sheba Medical Center and Noy Koster, Social Worker at Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center on the devastating impact isolation is having on patients and their families.
Apr 22, 2020
Campaigning in a Time of Corona
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2020 is shaping up to be the first ever virtual presidential election in US history. Communications Director for the 2020 Trump reelection campaign Tim Murtagh joins the 'Rundown' to discuss shifting the campaign online because of the coronavirus, if there will be a Trump rally before the November election, going up against former Vice President Joe Biden, getting the economy back up and more! Despite the fact that social distancing mandates have brought our economy to a screeching halt and caused an unmeasurable amount of anxiety, millions of Americans continue to stay home because they believe they are saving lives by slowing the spread of the coronavirus. The sacrifices being asked of us have been largely based on models that projected millions of cases and horrifying death tolls. However, there are some who believe the drastic actions taken by a few government leaders may be unnecessary and based on faulty data. Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume talks to Former New York Times reporter and author Alex Berenson about why he believes the models are wrong about the dangers of Covid-19 and why it's time we start reopening America. Plus, commentary by Abby Hornacek, host of the "Getting Schooled" podcast and "Park'd" on Fox Nation.
Apr 22, 2020
Global Pandemic: India Under Lockdown Needs More Tests
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India is beginning to lift some restrictions this week after a nearly month long nationwide lockdown ordered by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in an effort to stop the spread of coronavirus. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Ashish K Singh, Associate Editor from the Indian APB News, on the steps India is taking to reboot its economy with testing in rural areas still a pressing issue.
Apr 21, 2020
America’s Road to Recovery
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When will it be a good time to reopen the American economy? Governors are trying to form plans to start getting their states back to normal in a safe manner as the country tries to move forward from the coronavirus outbreak. Senator Rick Scott (R-FL) weighs in on how to reopen the country by state. He discusses the next round of the Paycheck Protection Program funding for small businesses and his state's decision to open up some of its beaches. Coronavirus has killed over 40-thousand people in the United States but many more have recovered. Radio station owner Carl Goldman is one of those COVID-19 survivors. Carl joined the Rundown shortly after he contracted the virus back in February on the Diamond Princess cruise ship. He returns to discuss his recovery, how his wife avoided the virus and his experience at the White House when he met the President shortly after being released from quarantine. Plus, commentary by Cal Thomas, syndicated columnist and author of "America's Expiration Date."
Apr 21, 2020
Global Pandemic: Refugee Camp Outbreak Concerns
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Families living in refugee camps across the world are unable to follow sanitary and social distance guidelines. Children affected by violence and starvation are only further oppressed by an inability to get coronavirus testing. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Steve Gumaer, the President of Partners Relief & Development, on what his organization is doing in refugee camps in the Mideast and elsewhere to combat the coronavirus and promote public health education. 
Apr 20, 2020
The Economics Of Ending America's Lockdown
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As the Coronavirus task force meets daily President Trump has left reopening of the economy to the Governors’ judgment. Liz Claman host of The Claman Countdown and the Everyone Talks To Liz podcast discusses the different phases of reopening the U.S. economy, what challenges we can face in the future and how it is going to affect daily life.    How we grieve the loss of a loved one is changing during the coronavirus outbreak. Funeral homes are adjusting to social distancing rules, and implementing smaller gatherings during a memorial service. Some families are postponing services until the Covid-19 pandemic subsides. Memorial planner Jennifer Muldowney discusses how her job has drastically changed because of the outbreak, why she thinks memorial services are still so important during this time and what she suggests for families grieving.   Plus, commentary by Brian Kilmeade, Co-host of Fox & Friends and host of Fox News Radio The Brian Kilmeade Show. 
Apr 20, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Here's Why It's Still Hard To Buy Toilet Paper
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Fears overs the coronavirus and the economy have made the last few weeks very stressful for all Americans. Adding to the anxiety of this time has been seeing empty shelves at the grocery store and the inability to find basic household items like toilet paper. In fact, even as other staples have been re-stocked and have become more available, toilet paper still remains hard to find for many shoppers. Earlier this week, Jim Luke, an economics professor at Lansing Community College and former strategist for a toilet paper distribution company, joined host Dave Anthony on the Fox News Rundown to explain why bathroom tissue remains so elusive. In the original segment, Luke gave incredible insight on how the toilet paper and retail industries work. He also explained why consumer are more likely to panic purchase an item like a toilet paper over other basic necessities. There however was a lot of things you did not hear Jim Luke say because the interview was too long and we could not fit it all in our original segment. On the Fox News Rundown Extra you'll hear our entire conversation and economist sharing more of his views on the economic impact of the coronavirus and the debate over reopening the economy. Plus, even more fascinating toilet paper insight.
Apr 19, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Lara Logan On The Impact Of Liberal Media Bias
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Lara Logan is a veteran foreign correspondent who has traveled to some of the world's most dangerous war-torn regions for some of the biggest news networks. Throughout her career, she says she has also witnessed a clear left-leaning bias at these same outlets. In her Fox Nation documentary series "Lara Logan Has No Agenda," Logan takes a deep look at liberal bias in the media and how it impacts news coverage, public policy and the lives of those who have been the targets of what she considers unfair coverage. Earlier this week, Lara Logan joined host Chris Foster on the Fox News Rundown to discuss the her news series and how this liberal news bias is being seen in current coverage of the coronavirus outbreak. The interview was long and we could not include it all in our original segment. On this episode of the Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear even more from Lara Logan and her take on why she thinks the journalism business pushes a liberal agenda.
Apr 18, 2020
Global Pandemic: Saudi Arabia's Success Against the Coronavirus
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Saudi Arabia has done an exceptional job of containing the spread of the coronavirus in their Kingdom but religious and global economic concerns remain. The holy month of Ramadan approaches and precautions are being taken as visits to the holy cities of Mecca and Medina have been suspended and mosques are closed. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Fahad Nazer, the Spokesperson for the Saudi Arabian Embassy in the United States, on the difficult but necessary precautionary measures Saudi Arabia took early on to control the spread of coronavirus and a recent oil production deal made with Russia and the United States. 
Apr 17, 2020
When The Country Reopens, Will Americans Want To Leave Their Homes?
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The U.S. economy continues to worsen as the majority of Americans remain under lock-down and unemployed because of the coronavirus outbreak. President Trump is hoping to make a push to reopening parts of the economy. FOX News Sunday host Chris Wallace explains why it's ultimately not the president's decision to make. He also discusses the 2020 election including former VP Biden's big endorsements this week and who could potentially be his 2020 running mate. The coronavirus and social-distancing guidelines have delivered a devastating blow to many brick-and-mortar retailers.  Jerry Storch, CEO for Storch Advisors and former CEO of HBC and Toys"R"Us, discusses the impact the ongoing economic crisis will have on malls and retail companies. Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Tammy Bruce.
Apr 17, 2020
Global Pandemic: European Countries Reopen, What Can We Learn?
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Many European countries are beginning to reopen parts of their economy as coronavirus cases begin to stabilize. There are serious concerns that lifting restrictions too early could cause a deadly resurgence of the virus. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Dr. Clemens Auer, Special Envoy for Health to the Austrian Government, on what safety measures Austria is taking to ensure a safe reopening of businesses this week, and how Austria can be an example to the rest of the world on how to reopen.  
Apr 16, 2020
Mike Rowe's Concerns for America's Working Class
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Covid-19 has impacted all Americans in some way, from Americans being forced not to work, to social distancing and staying away from loved ones etc. TV host and author Mike Rowe weighs in on the coronavirus outbreak's effect on the middle class and what worries him most about the plight of the blue-collar worker. Plus Rowe discusses his Facebook show Returning the Favor, where he travels the country to shine a light on people making a positive difference in their communities even during the pandemic. It was a month ago today, President Trump announced federal social-distancing guidelines in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Since then, millions of Americans have been working from home and trying to stay at least six-feet away from others. That also includes Fox News Channel National Correspondent Laura Ingle, who has been working from her guest room for weeks. She discusses how social distancing is impacting her family, her job and her community, where she noticed her neighbors finding interesting ways to share information and bond. Plus, commentary by FOX News Correspondent at Large, Geraldo Rivera.
Apr 16, 2020
Global Pandemic: Secretary Elaine Chao on Keeping Transportation Afloat
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Transportation systems are crucial to the economic strength of any country and they are struggling in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. The recently signed into law Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act provides billions of dollars in emergency assistance to the transportation industry. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao on the steps her department is taking to ensure safety and ability to travel when the virus passes.
Apr 15, 2020
How Do We Reopen America?
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Several states in the U.S. are preparing plans to reopen separately from the White House. This has ignited a new debate as to who has the authority to make this decision, the local government or the federal government? Former CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden weighs in on what roles the state, federal government and CDC play during a national health emergency. He explains why focusing on "the data not the date" is the best approach to reopening the economy. Plus, he gives his thoughts on how the World Health Organization handled the coronavirus information from China. The airline business has been grounded by the coronavirus. What will spark it to take off again? Aviation consultant Michael Boyd and pilot and aviation writer Rob Mark discuss how the industry can be saved and what it may look like years from now. Plus, commentary by Democratic Strategist Leslie Marshall.  
Apr 15, 2020
Global Pandemic: When the Doctor Becomes a Patient
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Medical professionals on the frontlines fighting the coronavirus across the world are at high risk due to exposure to infected patients. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Dr. Charles Schleien, the Chair of Pediatrics at the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, who tested positive and is now recovering from the coronavirus himself.
Apr 14, 2020
What's The Hold Up? Many Small Businesses Still Waiting For Help
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The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act contains more than $350 billion to help American workers and small businesses. But since the bill was signed, many small businesses owners have complained they’re unable to get the money. Fox Business correspondent Edward Lawrence and business owners discuss why the money is being held up and how companies are coping as they wait. Even as Coronavirus outbreak swept across the United States, one giant source of anxiety for millions of Americans was a toilet paper shortage. Jim Luke, an economics professor at Lansing Community College and strategist for a toilet paper distribution company, explains why we saw so many empty shelves and when we can expect a return to normalcy. Plus, commentary by Guy Benson, Fox News Contributor and host of “The Guy Benson Show.”
Apr 14, 2020
Global Pandemic: Medical Dependency on China is a Risk
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The timeline of what China knew and when remains unknown as the notorious misinformation campaign by the Chinese government continues. The national security and economic implications of the Chinese hiding research and destroying evidence have been a setback for others. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Brigadier General Robert S. Spalding (USAF Ret.), a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, on the repressive nature of the Chinese system and its impact on the U.S.-China relationship in the midst of this pandemic. 
Apr 13, 2020
Lara Logan is Calling Out Media Bias
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Veteran journalist Lara Logan returns to the 'Rundown' to talk about season 2 of her FOX Nation special "Lara Logan Has No Agenda," where she tackles bias in the media. She discusses her experiences, how conservative media has leveled the playing field and why media outlets don't admit that they're leaning toward one side. While most of the US is shut down, many industries are trying to adjust to life amid the Covid-19 outbreak.  One of the most impacted businesses is real estate. Frederick Warburg Peters, CEO of Warburg Realty in New York, joins the 'Rundown' to discuss how his business is dealing with the challenges of the pandemic and why he thinks the industry will take a hard hit, just like in 2001 and 2008. He also weighs in on the federal government's stimulus package and why he thinks it's still not enough. Plus, commentary by Dana Perino, host of Fox News' "The Daily Briefing"
Apr 13, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Janice Dean Is Staying Home And Staying Positive
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Like many Americans, Fox News Channel Senior Meteorologist Janice Dean is working from home because of the pandemic. While some people in the broadcasting industry are still going to the studio, her decision to telecommute was partly the result of her compromised immune system. She's more vulnerable to Covid-19 because of her multiple sclerosis diagnosis in 2005. In addition, her husband is a first responder with the New York City Fire Department. Recently, Janice Dean joined host Dave Anthony on the Rundown to discuss the importance of social distancing and how she's coping with her new normal. The conversation was both informative and full of hope, but it was too long to include the whole discussion in our original segment. This episode of The Fox News Rundown Extra includes the whole conversation and gives you the chance to hear more of Janice Dean's incredible story and optimism.
Apr 12, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: WHO, China And How We Got Here
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For weeks, both The World Health Organization and China have been under fire over their early response to the coronavirus outbreak. Earlier this week, President Trump slammed W.H.O and threatened to freeze their funding, accusing them of not taking the virus seriously as it spread through out China. And a recent report that China was deliberately concealing their total number of COVID-19 cases sparked international outrage, Last week, President of Eurasia Group and GZERO Media Ian Bremmer joined host Jessica Rosenthal on the Rundown to discuss the pandemic and weighed in on how both W.H.O and China handled the crisis. Bremmer also weighed in on America's response and his concerns for how underdeveloped countries could be impacted by the spread of the virus. The original segment only included part of this alarming conversation. This episode of the Fox News Rundown Extra includes the full discussion with Ian Bremmer and more of his take on how we got here and how we get out of this.
Apr 11, 2020
Global Pandemic: A Tough Easter for Italy
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Italy remains one of the hardest hit countries in the world by the coronavirus pandemic, causing the Vatican to enact major safety measures for Easter celebrations. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Fox News International Radio Correspondent Courtney Walsh on what safety measures the Vatican is putting in place and what message Pope Francis will deliver as the world tunes in from home quarantine.
Apr 10, 2020
Even With Bernie Out, Biden still Overshadowed by Corona
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Earlier this week, Senator Bernie Sanders suspended his presidential campaign. Chris Wallace, Host of "Fox News Sunday," talks about what this means for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and why he thinks this year's election will be a "referendum on how President Trump handled the coronavirus." Holy week, Easter and Passover will be a little different this year because of the coronavirus pandemic with houses of worship being forced to close their doors. Priests and Rabbis are now relying on technology to keep the faith alive as parishioners worship from home. Theologian and Fox News Contributor Jonathan Morris explains why it's important more than ever to keep your faith alive during this time of uncertainty. Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by Robert Jeffress, Fox News Contributor and pastor of the Dallas First Baptist Church.
Apr 10, 2020
Global Pandemic: High Tech & Finance Join Coronavirus Fight
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Industries across the world are working together to share new technology and best practices to combat the coronavirus pandemic. Cross border cooperation remains essential as the world tries to develop a coronavirus vaccine. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks to Erel Margalit, Founder and Chairman of Jerusalem Venture Partners, on what he is doing to help. 
Apr 09, 2020
FDA Chief on Hydroxychloroquine, Testing and Hope for Normalcy
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While federal and local officials are still warning Americans the coronavirus crisis will get worse before it gets better, there are signs of hope.  Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn discusses what tests, treatments and vaccines the federal government is working on to help us go back to our normal lives. Plus, Dr. Hahn weighs in on the debate over chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine.  Restaurants around the country are struggling to get by thanks to the coronavirus and social-distancing precautions. While some have been forced to close down altogether, some have adjusted by offering takeout and delivery-only in an attempt to keep their businesses going. Mark Canlis is the co-owner of the family owned fine-dining restaurant Canlis, based in Seattle. He joins the 'Rundown' to discuss how his establishment has reinvented itself during these hard times. Plus, commentary by Orthodox rabbi, author and lawyer Rabbi Sam Bregman.
Apr 09, 2020
Global Pandemic: England Staying Calm and Carrying On
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The eerie sight of iconic European cities, like London, on lockdown is the new normal in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, the ambitious tone of the Queen’s weekend address is giving hope to her people and many others across the world.  FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with International FOX News Radio Correspondent Simon Owen on Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s condition and how his coronavirus diagnosis changed the conversation with the British people.   
Apr 08, 2020
How a Virus-Stricken Ship Led to a Navy Shakeup
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Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly resigned one day after apologizing for calling the commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt "naive and "stupid" -for his handling of the ship's coronavirus outbreak. Commander Kirk Lippold, who was the commanding officer on the USS Cole when it was attacked by an Al Qaeda cell in 2000, joins The Rundown to discuss the controversy. Many businesses have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic resulting in millions of Americans losing their jobs and trying to file for unemployment. Today on the Rundown we speak to two people whose jobs have been impacted by Covid-19. Avi Liberman is a stand-up comedian and screenwriter and Mandy Visser is a corporate trainer for a high end restaurant chain, a job she held for fifteen years. They share how they are coping financially, what the unemployment process is like and what can be learned from all of this. Plus, commentary by Kat Timpf, co-host of the Tyrus and Tympf podcast.
Apr 08, 2020
Global Pandemic: Underdeveloped Parts of the Middle East Not Prepared
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Stopping the spread of the coronavirus is low on the agenda of underdeveloped countries in the Middle East and Africa. Instead, they are focused on protecting their families from military attacks and starvation. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Ambassador Hesham Youssef of Egypt, a senior fellow at the US Institute of Peace in DC, on the catastrophic impact the coronavirus outbreak could have on vulnerable populations.
Apr 07, 2020
Will the U.S. Ever Get Back to Normal After Covid-19?
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This week is expected to be the worst week yet for Covid-19 with the apex approaching New York and other states. As some states brace for the worst, states like California and Washington may be seeing some positive impacts of social distancing. Epidemiologist and Associate Professor at the University of Chicago Sarah Cobey and Chair of the Department of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco Dr. Bob Wachter weigh in on what to expect this week, if mitigation is working , the status of virus testing and where we go from here. With most of America working from home and using "Zoom" to have meetings with co-workers there has been a spike in hacking. Kurt Knutsson "The Cyber Guy" discusses why this is happening and how we can secure our chats. Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Tom Shillue.
Apr 07, 2020
Global Pandemic: China's Early Cover Up and Denial
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China remains under fire for its lack of early reporting on the coronavirus outbreak and general misinformation. The number of cases in China remains uncertain due to the lack of transparency by the Chinese government. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Dean Cheng, Senior Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, on what China knew early on in the coronavirus outbreak and chose to keep quiet about.
Apr 06, 2020
"What A Fourth Coronavirus Relief Bill Could Look Like"
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As coronavirus cases climb, so does the number of Americans  applying for unemployment benefits – last week breaking a record for the second week in a row. Charles Payne the host of "Making Money" on Fox Business Network discusses what we can expect economically in the aftermath of the COVID-19 outbreak. Right now, there is the possibility of a fourth stimulus package from Congress.     Empty shelves at grocery stores have given many Americans anxiety over the last few weeks. Should shoppers be worried about not being able to get common staples like toilet paper, pasta and meat? Meat Purveyors CEO Pat LaFrieda joins the Rundown to discuss how coronavirus shutdowns have impacted the supply chains, the food industry as a whole and his own business.   Plus, commentary from Paul Batura author of seven books, including,                      "GOOD DAY! The Paul Harvery Story."
Apr 06, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Former Obama Adviser Plouffe On The Politics Of A Pandemic
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While it has been on the backburner for weeks, there is a presidential race going on and Americans are stills expected to vote in November. The coronavirus, however, has made this one of the most usual political races in American history. Rallies have been cancelled and primaries have been pushed back. President Donald Trump has been seen daily during the White House's coronavirus briefing, Democratic presidential candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders have been fighting for any media attention. Earlier this week, former 2008 Obama-Biden campaign manager David Plouffe joined the Rundown to discuss the impact COVID-19 outbreak is having on the 2020 race and how the campaigns are being forced to adapt. Plouffe explained why Biden and the Democrats are at a disadvantage despite the uncertainty and growing economic crisis. He also weighed in on the growing popularity of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and how social distancing could impact how voters cast their ballots. It was a great conversation, but because of time we could not include all of it in the segment that ran this week. On the Rundown Extra you will hear the full conversation with David Plouffe including more about his new book, 'A Citizen's Guide to Beating Donald Trump.'
Apr 05, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Vin Scully Opens Up About Faith, Family And Baseball
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For 67 season he called games for the Dodgers both in Brooklyn and Los Angeles. And if that wasn't impressive enough, he was the voice for some of the sport's biggest moments. Recently, Fox News anchor Ed Henry got the opportunity to talk to Vin for a special segment of the Fox News Rundown. The two did discuss America's current crisis, but they also talked about faith, family and of course, baseball. Vin Scully, who grew up during the Great Depression and World War Two, offered a lot of perspective and optimism about what is going on The conversation was long and we couldn't get it all in our original segment, but you can hear it all now here on the Fox News Rundown Extra. And trust us, there was some great stuff you missed including when the America's Newsroom host asked Vin about calling the infamous "Gets by Buckner" play in Game 6 of the 1986 World Series.
Apr 04, 2020
Global Pandemic: Secretary Ben Carson on Eviction Fears
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As the coronavirus outbreak continues to negatively affect economies and laborers all over the world, not being able to afford next month's rent or mortgage is a real concern. Many countries, including the United States, have taken measures to protect tenants and landlords alike. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with Dr. Ben Carson, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, on eviction protections and the updated CARES Act.
Apr 03, 2020
Coronavirus: A War on Two Fronts for the U.S. Military
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Our military has a role to play during the wide spread of COVID-19. The Army Corp of engineers is putting up makeshift hospitals and the National Guard is deployed in all 50 states helping with things like drive-through testing. With all this attention on fighting the virus, it begs the question - is our military and intelligence community ready to defend us against a national security threat? Daniel Hoffman, Fox News Contributor and former CIA Station Chief, joins the Rundown to discuss how our military is responding to the coronavirus and if the crisis has made us more vulnerable to bad actors around the world. While the coronavirus has shown to be a threat to Americans' physical safety, it also proves to be a strain on people's mental health. Whether you have pre-existing mental health conditions or are just coping with the stress and anxiety of Covid-19 and self-isolation, this is a trying time. Director of the National Institute of Mental Health Dr. Joshua Gordon shares some tips of what people can do to stay positive, remain connected with society and to adjust to life during this unprecedented time. Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of "Fox Across America."
Apr 03, 2020
Global Pandemic: Florida is on Lockdown
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While New York state remains the United States epicenter for coronavirus cases, more and more are popping up in the gulf states from Texas to Florida. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, concerned with an uptick in cases, announced a state-wide 'shelter-in-place' order. FOX's Trey Yingst spoke with Florida's Attorney General Ashley Moody about the announcement and what it means.
Apr 02, 2020
China's Coronavirus Cover-up
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According to reports, China has been covering up how large the coronavirus outbreak has been in their country and underreporting the total number of cases from the disease. President of Eurasia and GZERO Media Ian Bremmer weighs in on the China controversy and how the alleged cover-up has hurt the global fight against the pandemic. He explains why he thinks the whole world needs to come together to fight the outbreak and how Covid-19 will impact the U.S. in the future. The race for President has been completely shaken up by the coronavirus outbreak. Rallies have been cancelled and primaries have been pushed back. David Plouffe, former 2008 Obama-Biden campaign manager and author of the new book 'A Citizen's Guide to Beating Donald Trump,'  joins the Rundown to discuss the impact COVID-19 outbreak is having on the 2020 campaign, how it's a disadvantage for Joe Biden. Plus, commentary by FOX News Contributor and FOX Nation host Tammy Bruce.
Apr 02, 2020
Global Pandemic: Italian Doctors Going Door to Door
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Italy ranks first in the worldwide tally of coronavirus deaths surpassing eleven thousand and it comes in second only to the United States in the number of confirmed cases. With hospitals so overcrowded, doctors have been forced to make dangerous housecalls. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks to Dr. Gloria Taliani, Infectious Diseases Specialist, working with patients in the northern city of Piacenza. 
Apr 01, 2020
Who Gets a Stimulus Check and Who Doesn't
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Congress just passed a $2 trillion stimulus bill in response to the coronavirus outbreak and the economic crisis it created. Americans are curious if they will get benefits. While you probably will get a check , how much should you expect? The Wall Street Journal's Richard Rubin joins the Rundown to break down who receives a check and who does not?  The coronavirus pandemic has impacted many small businesses. The restaurant industry has been especially hard hit as many owners have been forced to close down their dining areas and only serve takeout because of social distancing.  This has left many restaurant workers unemployed and uncertain about when they can return to work again. Restaurant owner and host of the Food Network series "Restaurant: Impossible" chef Robert Irvine weighs in on if restaurants will survive this, how they can possibly adapt to keep the outbreak from killing their businesses. Plus, commentary by Democratic Strategist Leslie Marshall.
Apr 01, 2020
Global Pandemic: Israel's Military Joins Coronavirus Fight
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Israel on a normal week faces threats from neighboring nations, proxy terrorist groups and more. It can now add fighting the faceless coronavirus to its military's responsibilities. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with Jonathan Conricus, spokesperson for the Israeli Defense Forces, on what this highly trained military adds to combating the spread of the virus.  
Mar 31, 2020
The Next Hotspots
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The US leads the world in coronavirus cases and is on pace to hit 200,000. One of the hardest hit states is Louisiana. Senator Bill Cassidy (R-LA) joins the Rundown to discuss to the outbreak, the effectiveness of social distancing guidelines and the possibility of another stimulus bill. The FDA issued a limited, use-authorization for antimalarial drugs, chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine, to be used to fight Covid-19. Dr. Katie Passaretti, Medical Director for infection prevention at Atrium Health weighs in on the two drugs. She also discusses the lack of protective personal equipment in hospitals, whether the virus could reappear in the fall and how we Americans should prepare. Plus, commentary by National Security Expert Dr. Rebecca Grant.
Mar 31, 2020
Global Pandemic: Fighting the Virus in War Zones
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Social distancing, home confinement and working remotely are all helping to stifle the spread of the virus but what if it hits a war zone, a refugee camp or some foreign detention center? Organizations like the International Red Cross who are on the ground in such chaotic areas say the virus being easily spread around is a definite concern. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with Dominik Stillhart, Director of Operations for the International Red Cross, about how his organization continues to do its job while facing this added threat.
Mar 30, 2020
How The Coronavirus Has Totally Reshaped The 2020 Race
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Like most things in America, the coronavirus crisis has upended the 2020 presidential campaign. But which candidate is benefitting?  FOX News Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt discusses the latest Fox News Polls and how the uncertainties of today have impacted the race for the White House.

 

Last Thursday was supposed to be opening day for America’s pastime. But like most professional sports, Major League Baseball put their season on hold due to the coronavirus outbreak. Legendary broadcaster Vin Scully joins special guest host Ed Henry to discuss his love for the game and why he remains hopeful despite our current crisis.

 

Plus, commentary by Joshua Rodgers, author of "Confessions of a Happily Married Man." 

Mar 30, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: HHS Sec. Azar Says 'There Is Light At The End Of This Tunnel'
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The U.S. nearing the end of President Trump's recommendation of 15 days of social distancing to slow the spread of Covid-19.

Earlier this week, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar joined host Lisa Brady on the Fox News Rundown to discusses how the strategy was working.

Sec. Azar explained why social distancing is vital to mitigating the coronavirus, how private industries have stepped up to help combat the virus and what lessons we can learn from this global pandemic.

The conversation covered a lot of ground and we could not include all of it into our original segment.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear our full interview with one of the key member President Trump's coronavirus task force and learn even more about how government is batting the pandemic.

Mar 29, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Mark Cuban's Confident About America's Comeback
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Life has been tough lately. People are stuck at home. Many businesses have shut down. Promotional sport leagues have postponed their seasons. All because of our efforts to social distance and stop the spread of Covid-19.

Despite what is happening, entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban remains optimistic that America will bounce back from this.

Earlier this week, Cuban spoke with host Jessica Rosenthal and discussed why he remains hopeful.

The star of ABC's "Shark Tank" said he still believed our country is unique and Americans will use these hard times to create new ideas, innovative products and other ways to better our society.

The conversation was inspirational, but it was too long and we could not include it all in our original segment.

On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear even more from Mark Cuban. The entrepreneur discusses how he think this crisis will change America and how we work. The Maverick owner also discuss what his players have been up to since the NBA suspended the season indefinitely.

Mar 28, 2020
So, Is it Working?: HHS Sec. Alex Azar on America’s Effort to Slow the Spread
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The U.S. is in the second week of President Trump’s recommendation of 15 days of social distancing to slow the spread of Covid-19. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar discusses why social distancing is vital to mitigating the coronavirus, how private industries have stepped up to help combat the virus and what lessons we can learn from this global pandemic.

 

Many Governors around the country are telling civilians to 'stay at home' or 'shelter in place.’ So, does that mean you can be prosecuted for leaving your home? Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano joins the Fox News Rundown to discuss whether these orders can actually be enforced legally.

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by "The Guy Benson Show" host, Guy Benson.

Mar 27, 2020
A Shark's Plan to Get America's Economy Up and Running Again
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The coronavirus has impacted so many lives all over the world. Many businesses have shut down and sports’ leagues have postponed seasons to promote social distancing and stop the spread of Covid-19. Despite what is happening, entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban remains optimistic that America will bounce back from this. Cuban gives some advice on what small businesses should be doing. He discusses the NBA’s decision to suspend the season and why he thinks capitalism will really come out on top from this pandemic.  

The number of coronavirus cases keeps rising in the ranks of the U.S. military. More than 200 troops have tested positive. Robert Wilkie, Secretary of the Veterans Affairs Department, discusses the step needed to be taken to keep Veterans safe and how he is even asking retired doctors and nurses to come back to work in an effort to combat the coronavirus outbreak.

Plus, commentary by Founder of Turning Point USA and author Charlie Kirk.

Mar 26, 2020
Dealing with America’s Two Crises
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In the midst of the global coronavirus pandemic, there are some lessons to be learned about the lack of transparency China has given since the outbreak happened first in their country. Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) explains how China’s misinformation about the illness makes the U.S. vulnerable to division. The former NAVY Seal also discusses how his home state of Texas is dealing with the economic impact from Covid-19, what he would like to see done about the situation and what is in his new book “Fortitude”

As the United States sees a spike in the cases of coronavirus, the number of unemployed Americans is also on the rise. Financial expert Chris Hogan joins The Rundown to give his advice on how families and small businesses can stay afloat during this challenging time. 

Plus, commentary by syndicated columnist Cal Thomas.

Mar 25, 2020
CDC Defends Testing Efforts, Guidelines To Slow The Spread
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A growing number of states and cities are issuing stay at home orders within the last week amid the coronavirus pandemic. Many of the state’s leaders have complained about the lack of robust testing to help mitigate the illness. CDC Director, virologist and member of the White House coronavirus task force, Dr. Robert Redfield is defending the CDC’s testing timeline. He explains why it is important for every American to follow the White House guidelines for the Covid-19 and what the U.S. can learn from this crisis to better prepare the public healthcare system for the future.

Italy is now the center of the global pandemic. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich lives in Rome and joins the Rundown to discuss the coronavirus outbreak and what life is like over there. Gingrich also weighs in on how this crisis has greatly damaged our already tense relationship with China.  

Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Tom Shillue.

Mar 24, 2020
Getting Help To The Heroes On The Frontlines
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Healthcare systems across the country are on the brink of buckling as coronavirus cases continue to climb. New York has become the epicenter for the US cases and hospitals there are expected to run low on supplies. Dr. Nicole Saphier, a Board Certified Medical Doctor, Senior Fox News Medical Contributor and author discusses her concern for medical professionals in the field and what this means for the United States going forward.

 

Many Americans are stuck at home these days searching for ways to stay entertained during the pandemic and they’re looking for streaming options. There’s a new true crime series on Fox Nation called, “Crimes That Changed America” that looks at infamous cases like the “Son Of Sam” murders committed by David Berkowitz in the 1970s. Attorney and Fox News Contributor Emily Compagno is the series’ host and she joins the Rundown to discuss some of the fascinating things she learned working on the show.

 

Plus, commentary from commentary from Fox News contributor Rachel Campos-Duffy

Mar 23, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: A Former FEMA Chief On Coronavirus And The Failure of Personal Responsibility
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Earlier this week, host Jessica Rosenthal spoke to Brock Long, the former head of FEMA who led hurricane recovery efforts in 2017 and 2018. He also spearheaded efforts during Northern California's deadly Camp Fire.

Brock joined the Rundown after President Trump announced FEMA had been activated in all regions and placed on its highest alert level to combat the coronavirus threat.
 
We asked the former FEMA director what role the agency can play during a virus outbreak and how they can help states and local governments. He also talked about his experience running FEMA and how he quickly learned how underprepared we Americans were and are for a major disaster.
 
Because of time, we could not run our entire conversation. It was alarming and informative.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra you will hear our full conversation with Brock Long and hear more of his concerns about America's preparedness and why he thinks America must run a "personally responsibility campaign" once this crisis is behind us.

 

Mar 22, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: A Quarantined Senator's Coronavirus Recovery Plan
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The coronavirus has impacted every American, including members of Congress.

While lawmakers work out a new way to help those hit hard financially by the pandemic, some are forced to self-quarantine at home.

One of them is Senator Cory Gardner. He recently isolated himself in his Washington D.C. apartment after learning he came in contact with someone infected with COVID19.

The Colorado Republican joined host Dave Anthony on The Rundown earlier this week to discuss his self-quarantine and how he was continuing his work on the coronavirus financial relief bill.

Sen. Gardner also weighed in on Washington's new found bipartisanship, but also said the Democrat's efforts to impeach the President earlier this year distracted our country from the growing threat of the coronavirus.

The conversation was long and our original segment only featured portions of the discussion.

On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear even more from Gardner including some 'behind the scenes' audio that includes the Senator explaining why the interview had to delayed due to a call from Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.

Mar 21, 2020
Coronavirus: The Hard Lessons Already Being Learned
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President Trump announced this week that FEMA is now in charge of fighting the coronavirus pandemic. The president activated the agency at a level 1 response. Former FEMA administrator Brock Long explains what a level 1 response is, how his experience with handling U.S. disaster responses will help, and what steps need to be done to better prepare our country for crises like Covid-19.

While members of Congress try to work out a new way to help Americans hit hard financially by the coronavirus, some are forced to self-quarantine at home. Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) has isolated himself in his Washington D.C. apartment after learning he came in contact with someone infected with COVID19. Sen. Gardner joins the Rundown to discuss his self-quarantine,  coronavirus financial relief and how the impeachment of President Trump distracted Americans from the outbreak.

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of "Fox Across America."

Mar 20, 2020
Government's Response To Our "Invisible Enemy"
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President Trump announced he will be invoking the Defense Production Act to help combat the coronavirus pandemic. Following the president's announcement the Senate passed the House's coronavirus response bill which ensures free testing for the illness and gives paid leave for certain workers. Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) discusses the relief bill, why he did not vote for it and what he would like to see Congress do to help mitigate the virus. Director of the Center for National Defense at the Heritage Foundation Tom Spoehr explains what the Defense Production Act is, when it's been used before  and how it will help in the battle against the coronavirus.

People who take care of others both professionally or at home have to be extra careful to not pass along the coronavirus to those at high risk. Jason Young, a Senior Vice President at AARP and Dr. Janette Neshiewat, a medical professional and FOX News contributor discuss what we must do help protect seniors, patients and healthcare workers from catching the coronavirus.

Plus, commentary by Democratic Strategist Leslie Marshall.

 

Mar 19, 2020
A Trillion Dollar Coronavirus Stimulus … How Should The Money Be Spent?
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The White House is working on a massive coronavirus stimulus package that they hope can help our economy cope with the pandemic. Part of their plan would include sending checks directly to Americans in need. But will even an injection of $1 trillion dollars be enough to stabilize the economy? Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's Analytics, joins The Fox News Rundown to discuss what a relief bill must include.

Like many Americans Fox News Channel Senior Meteorologist Janice Dean is choosing to work from home as the coronavirus crisis plays out. Her decision to do so was partly because she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2005 and therefore has a compromised immune system. That makes her and others like her more vulnerable to COVID-19. Dean joins the Rundown to discuss the importance of social distancing and how she is coping with her new normal.

Plus, commentary by National Security Expert Dr. Rebecca Grant.

Mar 18, 2020
How American Life is Changing due to Coronavirus
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On Monday President Trump announced a set of guidelines for Americans to follow in order to help stop the spread of the coronavirus: avoid social gatherings, work from home and eliminate unnecessary trips. He also urged seniors or those with underlying conditions to stay home.  Dr. Devi Nampiaparampil, Director of Metropolis Pain Medicine discusses the possibility of a nationwide lockdown, and what we know so far about people who have recovered from the coronavirus.

As life in America seemingly grinds to a halt, members of Congress are still expected to do their jobs and legislate. How will 'social distancing' impact Washington and lawmakers' ability to pass a coronavirus aid bill? Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D- MI) joins the Rundown to discuss how Congress is functioning during America's self-isolation.

Plus, commentary by "FOX and Friends" co-anchor and "The Brian Kilmeade Show" host, Brian Kilmeade.

Mar 17, 2020
"We'll Beat This": 'Social Distancing' Brings Anxiety ... And Hope.
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As the Coronavirus continues to spread across the U.S., it's having a ripple effect on businesses and schools and is resulting in mandatory closures for bars and restaurants. Dr. Marc Siegel a Fox News Medical Correspondent and physician discusses the outbreak and believes Americans need to stay hopeful.

Even seven months after Jeffrey Epstein's death was ruled a suicide, skepticism and conspiracy theories still abound. There's a new documentary streaming on Fox Nation called, "The Final Hours of Jeffrey Epstein" that addresses some of the questions surrounding the death of the financier and accused sex trafficker. One of the world's best-known forensic pathologists, Dr. Michael Baden, joins the Rundown to discuss the documentary and why he thinks there's evidence this could have been a homicide.

Plus, commentary by Pastor Robert Jeffress, Pastor First Baptist Dallas & Fox News Contributor.

Mar 16, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: "The Hunt" Co-Writer On What Everyone Got Wrong About The Movie
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After a long delay, the controversial thriller "The Hunt" is now in theaters.

Last summer, the movie was described as an anti-conservative slasher film and was shelved following the mass shootings in Dayton, Ohio and El Paso At the time, some feared its political undertones would spark more violence. Even President Trump tweeted about it.

Earlier this week, special guest host Carley Shimkus spoke with Damon Lindelof, the co-creator of ABC's "Lost" and the co-writer of "The Hunt."

Lindelof discussed the controversy that surrounded the film last year and how it's original trailer gave people the wrong impression.

It was a great conversation, but because of time we could not include all of it in the segment that ran this week.

We thought you'd like to hear more from Lindelof. On the Fox News Rundown Extra you'll hear his take on how films both impact and reflect our culture and you'll hear his thoughts on the effect the coronavirus has had on the box-office.

Mar 15, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Karl Rove on The Democrats' Biggest 2020 Challenges
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Voters across America will choose a president less than eight months from now. Democrats are running out of time to unite behind a nominee.

Earlier this week, host Lisa Brady spoke with Republican strategist and Fox News Contributor Karl Rove about the state of the 2020 race.

Rove weighed in on Joe Biden's recent primary success and the challenges he will face trying to win over Bernie supporters and avoid the problems Hillary Clinton had in the 2016 race.

The conversation with the political guru was too long for the segment that ran earlier this week,

On The Fox News Rundown Extra, you'll hear our entire conversation with Karl Rove and his breakdown of the uphill battle the Democrats will face going in to November.

Mar 14, 2020
Can Biden Win Over the Bernie Bros?
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This upcoming November, voters across the country will head to the polls to vote for who they want to be President. But, for right now Democrats have to finish choosing who will be their Democratic nominee, former Vice President Joe Biden or Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. After an epic comeback, Biden is the frontrunner again despite  Sanders huge following of supporters. Republican Strategist Karl Rove and Democratic Strategist Jessica Tarlov weigh in on if Senator Sanders has a chance to catch up and what Biden has to do to get Sanders' supporters on board.

After a long delay, the controversial thriller "#TheHunt" is now in theaters. Last summer, the movie was described as an anti-conservative slasher film and was shelved following the mass shootings in Dayton, Ohio and El Paso, Texas because some feared its political undertones would spark more violence. Damon Lindelof, the co-writer of "The Hunt", joins the Rundown to discuss how so many got the movie wrong.

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by Founder and President of Turning Point USA, and Fox News Contributor Charlie Kirk.

Mar 13, 2020
Bernie Sanders Isn't Giving Up Yet
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Joe Biden has come a long way from a fifth place finish in New Hampshire, winning most of the six primaries on Tuesday Night. Donna Brazile a Former Chair of the  Democratic National Committee and Fox News Contributor discusses Biden opening up a big lead in the race for the Democratic nomination and what can Bernie Sanders do to catch up.

On Wednesday the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a global "pandemic." All across the country, public gatherings are being banned and schools are shutting down for a couple of weeks at a time. States are taking precautions to try and stop the spread. Dr. Jesse Bloom, virologist at the Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center,  and Dr. Sam Fink,  who practices in Los Angeles, weigh in on the illness being declared a pandemic and the precautions Americans should take.

Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla host of "FOX Across America."

Mar 12, 2020
As the Coronavirus Spreads, the Trump Administration tries to find a Cure for the Economy
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As the coronavirus continues to spread, President Trump met with top health insurance executives Tuesday to discuss the virus. The President also headed to Capitol Hill to pitch his economic stimulus package to help offer economic relief to businesses and American workers impacted by virus. Fox Business Correspondent Edward Lawrence discussed some of the President's proposals and what the general mood is like in DC as Congress and the administration work to combat the coronavirus. COVID-19 is continuing to grow in the U.S. but the outbreak here is nowhere near as bad as it is in Italy. The entire country is on lockdown encouraging residents to stay home. Fox's Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent Amy Kellogg joins the Rundown to discuss the lockdown and how it's impacting both residents and tourists. Plus, commentary by FOX News contributor Liz Peek.
Mar 11, 2020
March Madness: Stocks Plummet Amid Oil Plunge and Coronavirus Fears
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average sank more than 2,000 points on Monday, as fears about the spread of the coronavirus and an oil price war sent investors scrambling. Fox Business Correspondent Kristina Partsinevelos joins the "Rundown" from the New York Stock Exchange to gauge the reaction from yesterday's plunge, how businesses should prepare and concerns about the virus possibly sending us into a recession.

Today Idaho, North Dakota. Mississippi, Washington, Missouri and Michigan will vote. Michigan is not just delegate heavy but it's the first real test in a general election swing state. DNC communications director Xochitl Hinojosa joins the 'Rundown' to discuss the importance of Michigan in today's primary,  the two man race between former VP Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and if the DNC is concerned about turnout due to the coronavirus epidemic.

Plus, commentary by FOX News Medical Analyst Dr. Marc Siegel.

Mar 10, 2020
Round Two: Will it be another Super Tuesday for Joe Biden in six more states?
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Former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders have both received key endorsements just days before they do battle in six different Democratic primaries and caucuses Tuesday. Dana Perino, host of FOX News Channel’s The Daily Briefing and co-host of the I’ll Tell You What podcast joins the Fox News Rundown to discuss how the endorsements could affect the 2020 race and where the energy lies in the Democratic Party.

 

In the last two months the coronavirus has spread globally, infecting patients on nearly every continent. The illness is causing mass hysteria, fueled by the fear of the unknown. FOX News Contributor Dr. Marc Siegel has studied contagions and pathogens for over a decade and discusses the most common misconceptions about the coronavirus outbreak and explains why listeners shouldn’t panic.

 

Plus, commentary by former U.S. Representative, Donna Edwards.

Mar 09, 2020
FOX News Rundown Extra: Johnny Joey Jones on the Veteran Suicide Epidemic
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Earlier this week Staff Sergeant Johnny "Joey" Jones, who is a double amputee, a marine veteran who served in Iraq and Afghanistan and a Fox News Contributor joined the FOX News Rundown to talk with host Jessica Rosenthal about how we can combat the veteran suicide epidemic in this country, and discusses some of the common misconceptions about veterans.

Jones says, the same things that leads your average person down a troubled path in the civilian world are the same things impacting veterans who may also recently served in a war zone.

It was a very honest and insightful conversation, but had to be cut down for time, so today you get to hear the full interview.

On The FOX News Rundown Extra Johnny "Joey" Jones discusses the steps the military can take to help veterans adapt to civilian life after serving, the criticism of Veteran Affairs and how the VA addresses mental health.

Mar 08, 2020
FOX News Rundown Extra: Charles Payne on the Economic Impact of the Coronavirus
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President Trump signed an $8.3 billion bipartisan spending bill on Friday to help fight the coronavirus outbreak.

Earlier this week, Charles Payne host of "Making Money with Charles Payne" on FOX Business joined the FOX News Rundown to talk about the global economic impact of the coronavirus.

Payne discusses, with host Lisa Brady, how the coronavirus is affecting businesses, the travel industry and stocks. He explains why he thinks the illness will be short term economic hit to the U.S. and what it's like reporting on the illness without causing a mass hysteria both economically and medically.

Payne also talks about his book "Unstoppable Prosperity." He tells us why he wrote the book and why he thinks it is helpful for anyone who is interested in investing the stock market, but may be nervous to do it.

You'll hear all of this and more from Fox Business anchor Charles Payne on The Fox News Rundown Extra.

Mar 07, 2020
GOP Candidate Dalia Al-Aqidi wants to take on the Squad's Rep. Ilhan Omar
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Republican Iraq refugee Dalia Al-Aqidi announced earlier this year she is running for Congress to unseat Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN). She joins a crowded field of candidates that are trying to unseat the freshman Democratic Congresswoman in November. Al-Aqidi discusses why her background makes her the best candidate to defeat Rep. Omar.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer's tough talk about two Supreme Court Justices has sparked controversy. Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano's gives his thoughts on the matter.

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by FOX News legal and political analyst Gregg Jarret.

 

Mar 06, 2020
"It's A Tough Day To Be A Democrat": Lara Trump On Biden, Sanders & Bloomberg
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Suddenly former Vice President Joe Biden is the frontrunner in a shrinking pool of Democrat candidates in the 2020 Presidential race. President Trump’s senior campaign advisor Lara Trump talks about her father-in-law’s campaign, the Democrats who are still left to oppose him and the end of Mike Bloomberg’s candidacy.

Across the country and around the globe, airline industries and businesses are being affected by fears of the coronavirus spreading. Charles Payne, host of “Making Money with Charles Payne” on FOX Business discusses the economic impact of the coronavirus and the media’s role in reporting the health concern.

Plus, commentary by Co-Host of the Tyrus and Timpf podcast, Kat Timpf.

Mar 05, 2020
Joe Biden the "Comeback Kid"
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Former Vice President Joe Biden surged to victory in numerous states on Super Tuesday in remarkable comeback after his win this past weekend in South Carolina. Senator Bernie Sanders received a big delegate win from the state of the California, so the fight for the next Democratic presidential nominee will keep going. FOX's National Correspondent Jared Halpern recaps last night with FOX News Radio Political Analyst Josh Kraushaar and FOX News Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt.

One of the biggest issues in the 2020 campaign is what to do about healthcare. The Supreme Court's decision this week to hear another case regarding the Affordable Care Act will only add more controversy to the issue. Jon Decker, Fox's White House Correspondent and lawyer, joins The Rundown to discuss how this case could impact the Presidential race.

Plus, commentary by national radio host and author, Dana Loesch.

Mar 04, 2020
Biden Boost? Can the Establishment Make Him the "Comeback Kid"?
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Today is Super Tuesday and the stakes are high for former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) to get as many delegates as possible to become the Democratic nominee. But just hours before the biggest day on the primary calendar, the Democratic race for President saw a major shakeup. Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar suspended her campaign and a list of moderate Democrats consolidated around Biden.  Could these major developments and last minute endorsements make Biden's Tuesday super? Juan Williams, Fox News political analyst and Co-host of "The Five", previews today's 15 contests.

While the pundits and pollsters have been making predictions for months, voters in 14 states will actually head to the polls today and help determine who will be the nominee for the Democratic party. FOX's Mike Emanuel, Jonathan Hunt and Alicia Acuna are on the ground in Texas, California and Colorado and tell us what voters care about this primary season. Then, FOX's Jared Halpern explains why the number 15 is so important for the candidates today and whose campaign former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg will impact the most.

Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Abby Hornacek.

Mar 03, 2020
"Nightmare Scenario": How Super Tuesday Could Muddle Democratic Race Even More
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After a decisive victory in South Carolina, Joe Biden is moving towards Super Tuesday with some much needed momentum in the 2020 Democratic Presidential race. With one third of the delegates up for grabs, Tom Bevan, co-founder and president of RealClearPolitics, explains Sen. Bernie Sanders' strength heading into Super Tuesday, Joe Biden's window to capitalize on his victory and "the nightmare scenario for Democrats."

Recently, the Vice Chairman of The Joint Chiefs of Staff said point blank: we are failing our veterans. General John Hyten said the number of suicides is going in the wrong direction. Staff Sergeant Johnny "Joey" Jones, is a double amputee, a marine veteran who served in Iraq and Afghanistan and a Fox News Contributor. He joins the Rundown to discuss how we can combat the veteran suicide epidemic and some of the many misconceptions about our vets.

Plus commentary from Mo Elleithee, the founding executive director of Georgetown University's Institute of Politics and Public Service and Fox News contributor.

Mar 02, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Martha MacCallum on The Coronavirus, Bernie Sanders & Her Family History
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You've seen Martha MacCallum on Fox News for years, hosting "The Story with Martha MacCallum" and co-anchoring the network's election coverage. But you rarely get to see a personal side of the star.

Earlier this week, Martha MacCallum joined the Fox News Rundown and opened up about her family and an uncle she never met

She has a new book out about World War Two specifically about the Pacific Front and where her uncle served and died. The book is called, "Unknown Valor: Story of Family, Courage, and Sacrifice from Pearl Harbor to Iwo Jima."

MacCullum, who is the host of her own podcast, "The Untold Story", explained to host Jessica Rosenthal why the project was so personal to her and the amount of research she put in to the book. She described speaking to old friends of her late uncle and even traveling to Iowa Jima to get perspective on what her uncle and others his generation experienced.

But before the host of 'The Story' talked about her book, she weighed in on some of the biggest stories of the week including Harvey Weinstein's rape and assault convictions in New York, the coronavirus and the 2020 election.

The conversation was both fun and candid, but it was long and we had to edit for it time.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra, you'll hear more from Fox News anchor Martha MacCaullum.

Mar 01, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: What Life Is Like For A Coronavirus Patient
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Concerns over the coronavirus infected both Wall Street and Main Street this week, causing major market losses and triggering the Trump Administration to launch a special task force to ease fears.

One American remaining calm, however, is somebody who is actually infected with COVID19, Carl Goldman.

Goldman was a passenger on the Diamond Princess Cruise and has been diagnosed with the coronavirus.

Earlier this week, he joined host Dave Anthony on the Rundown tomorrow from a biocontainment unit at the University of Nebraska Medical Center to describe what it's like living with the disease and being quarantined both on the cruise ship and now in a hospital.

Goldman describe how he feels, the treatments he's receiving and how he's coping with isolation from the outside world.

The interview was long and we were forced to edit for time. But we felt Goldman's perspective on the coronavirus crisis was important to hear.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra you will hear our full unedited interview with coronavirus patient Carl Goldman. You'll hear every detail of what it's like living with the illness and get a better understanding of how medical professionals are trying to prevent a larger outbreak.

Feb 29, 2020
Is America Ready to Fight the Coronavirus?
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Is the U.S. prepared to take on the growing spread of the coronavirus? Dr. Syra Madad, senior director of New York City's System-wide Special Pathogens Program discusses the outbreak and what Americans should do to protect themselves from the virus. Senator Bill Cassidy (R-LA) also joins the Rundown to discuss the Trump administration's plan to combat the virus.

John Rich, country music star and host of Fox Nation's "The Pursuit!", joins The Rundown to discuss the inspiration behind his new show and what the phrase, "the pursuit of happiness" means to him. Rich, the winner of the fourth season of "Celebrity Apprentice", also opens about his relationship with President Trump and how the Commander in Chief has changed since hosting the hit reality show.

Plus, commentary by Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace.

Feb 28, 2020
Contentious Democratic Race Heads to South Carolina
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We are days away from the South Carolina primary, the last primary before Super Tuesday. Fox News chief political anchor Bret Baier discusses if South Carolina is a make-or-break for candidates like former Vice President Joe Biden and what we should look for as Super Tuesday approaches. Columbia, South Carolina Mayor and national co-chair of the Bloomberg campaign Steve Benjamin weighs in on Saturday's primary and why the former New York City mayor shouldn't be counted out, even though Senator Sanders is the current Democratic frontrunner.

Clearview AI, a facial-recognition software maker that has angered privacy advocates but is also seen as a valuable tool for law enforcement, said Wednesday it suffered a data breach. The company has about three billion photos in its database and news of the breach has only increased concerns about the company. Bill Daly, former FBI investigator and Brett Larson, Fox News Headlines 24/7 Anchor & host of Fox On Tech join host Dave Anthony on today's Rundown to weighs in on the pros and cons of facial recognition territory

Plus, commentary by Colin Reed, former campaign manager for Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown.

 

Feb 27, 2020
2020 and the Fight to Control Congress
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The race for the Democratic presidential nomination isn't the only thing to look out for on Super Tuesday. Three Senate primary races in Alabama, North Carolina and Texas could be crucial for Republicans as they fight to stay in control of the Senate. Fox News Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt discusses the battle to win the Congressional majority and weighs in on the AOC fundraising controversy.

President Donald Trump is going after two liberal Supreme Court justices. While traveling in India, he said Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg should recuse themselves from future 'Trump-related' cases over their past criticisms of his Administration.  Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano joins the Rundown to discuss the President's criticisms of the two Justices and the likelihood they will recuse themselves.

Plus, commentary by vice president of communications at Focus on the Family, Paul J. Batura.

Feb 26, 2020
Martha MacCallum on Harvey Weinstein, Coronavirus and 2020
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FOX's Martha MacCallum  joins today's "Rundown" to discuss her new book about World War II and FOX Nation Special  "Unknown Valor: A Story of Family, Courage, and Sacrifice from Pearl Harbor to Iwo Jima." She explains her family ties to the war and why she decided to the write book.

Coronavirus fears infected stock markets around the world on Monday. It was a global sell-off that included a big plunge on Wall Street. The Dow was down over a thousand points before gaining some of it back. Fox News Radio International Reporter Simon Owen discusses how Europe is trying to cope the outbreak. Then, Carl Goldman, who was on the Diamond Princess Cruise and has been diagnosed with the coronavirus, joins the Rundown from a biocontainment unit at the University of Nebraska Medical Center to describe what it's like living with the illness.

Plus, commentary by Contributing Editor with National Review and FOX News Contributor, Deroy Murdock.

Feb 25, 2020
Sanders Speeds out of Nevada with Momentum as Moderate Democrats Panic
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Bernie Sanders has won the Nevada Caucus in a landslide and now the Democrat candidates have set their sights on South Carolina. Can Sanders ride the momentum of this win into the next primary and prove he is the candidate with the broadest support? Director of the FOX News Decision Desk, Arnon Mishkin, discusses the 2020 race and the likelihood of a contested convention.

 

The restaurant business is tough. Even in a strong economy, a lot of eateries have trouble surviving. On the Food Network series, Restaurant: Impossible, chef Robert Irvine has spent the last 16 seasons helping some of these struggling businesses by renovating their establishments, fine-turning their menus and offering them helpful advice. Chef Irvine joins the Fox News Rundown to discuss his career, the challenges restaurants face and why he has devoted so much of his life to helping veterans. 

Plus, commentary by FOX News analyst, Juan Williams.

Feb 24, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: 31 Unedited Minutes With Rudy Giuliani
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Rudy Giuliani returned to the Fox News Rundown, and boy, did he have a lot to say.

The former of Mayor of New York City has become famous for his media appearances and his tendency to speak freely on any and all issues.

His appearance on The Fox News Rundown earlier this week was no exception.

Giuliani discussed the President Trump’s recent impeachment, his continued allegations against Hunter Biden and his mayoral successor Michael Bloomberg’s enforcement the controversial ‘stop-and-frisk’ policy.

Donald Trump’s personal attorney defended the President’s recent comments about the Roger Stone case and had choice words for some of the President’s critics. He was particularly hard on Former National Security Advisor John Bolton.

But there was way more than we were able to fit in the segment that went out Wednesday.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra you will hear everything Rudy Giuliani had to say.

Feb 23, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Why Mike Eruzione Still Believes The 'Miracle on Ice' Still Matters 40 Years Later
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Today marks the 40th anniversary of an iconic moment in sports.

On February 22nd, 1980, the United States Olympic hockey team defeated the Soviet Union in what is considered one of the most remarkable upsets in Olympic history.

The shocking win inspired the most memorable lines in U.S. sports broadcasting history, “do you believe in miracles?”

Mike Eruzione was there. On the Ice. Celebrating the historic win with his team as they proudly waved the American flag.

Eruzione sat with host Dave Anthony to look back that incredible moment and discuss what it meant to him and the country at the time. He also reflects on scoring the game-winning goal and the fame that followed.

The conversation was long and our original segment only featured portions of everything he shared with us.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear our entire conversation with Mike Eruzione. He discusses how the “miracle on ice” changed his life and why Americans still have fond memories of that incredible victory.

Feb 22, 2020
Will Trump Benefit from a Divided Democratic Party?
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The Nevada Caucus is set for Saturday and the Democratic candidates are gearing up. After a heated debate Wednesday night, who needs to have a big day to stay alive in the race? And does a divided Democratic party only help President Trump? Former Obama White House economic adviser Robert Wolf and Former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer preview the upcoming Nevada Caucus.

Saturday makes the 40th anniversary of an iconic moment in sports; the United States men's Olympic hockey team upsetting the Soviet Union in the 1980 Winter Games. Mike Eruzione was the team captain and scored the winning goal. He joins the Rundown to discuss why "miracle on ice" still means so much to so many Americans.

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by FOX News Sunday host, Chris Wallace.

Feb 21, 2020
The Economy is Roaring. Who Deserves the Credit?
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Former President Obama tweeted earlier this week taking credit for a "decade of economic growth." President Trump fired back at his predecessor on Twitter for claiming credit on the economy calling it a "con job." Varney & Co. host Stuart Varney weighs in on if President Trump is right to claim the booming economy, how the economy will play a part in the 2020 election and if voters care about the deficit.

After facing a barrage of sex-abuse lawsuits, the Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy earlier this week. Fox's Investigative Unit producer Perry Chiaramonte has been following the story and he speaks to the Rundown about what this means for the victims and the future of the century-old

Plus, commentary by "The Guy Benson Show" host, Guy Benson.

Feb 20, 2020
Rudy Giuliani Returns to Discuss "Stop and Frisk," Roger Stone and John Bolton
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Rudy Giuliani returns to the Fox News Rundown. The former New York City Mayor and Attorney for President Trump discusses Presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg’s “stop-and-frisk” policy, the Roger Stone case and Giuliani’s falling out with Former National Security adviser John Bolton.

One presidential candidate that you will not see at tonight’s Democratic debate in Nevada is Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI). She joins today’s “Rundown” to talk about her campaign, weigh in on former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg being allowed to take the debate stage and if she will support the eventual Democratic presidential nominee if it’s not her.

Plus, commentary by opinion-editor for The Washington Times Charlie Hurt.

Feb 19, 2020
The Democrats’ Bloomberg Problem
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Mike Bloomberg's popularity is surging in the polls, but could some recent controversies hurt his chances of winning the nomination? Fox News' Dave Anthony sits down with RealClearPolitcs co-founder and president Tom Bevan, to talk about the former New York City mayor's chances in the presidential race and if he can slow Senator Bernie Sanders' momentum. 

 

The first voting states have cast their ballots and the 2020 Democratic primaries are officially underway. Fox News National Correspondent and Rundown host Jacqui Heinrich spent 24 days trekking across Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina. Heinrich sits down with her field producer to discuss their experience on the road, covering the candidates, and talking to voters.


Plus, commentary by Dr. Nicole Saphier, a physician at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Fox News contributor.

Feb 18, 2020
Crenshaw vs. The Cancel Culture And The Green New Deal
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Fox News' Chris Foster talks to Rep. Dan Crenshaw of Texas about how Americans can reestablish strength, bravery, and heroism in the face of today's sensitivity culture. Crenshaw also talks about his reelection campaign, his solutions for the environmental crisis and his rejection of the 2020 War Powers Act, which he calls a "silly, petty, really partisan act."

A lot is riding on the Nevada Caucuses especially after the confusion in Iowa due to a malfunctioning app. What happened in Iowa is only a part of what is fueling the debate about changing the primary process. FOX News Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt weighs in on the process for picking presidential nominees.

Plus, commentary by Kristin Tate, author of "The Liberal Invasion of Red State America".

Feb 17, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: "Disgusting": How Eric Trump Really Feels About His Father's Critics
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Earlier this week, Eric Trump¸ Executive Vice President of the Trump Organization, joined host Dave Anthony to discuss his father's reelection campaign and the growing feud with Democrat presidential candidate and fellow New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg.

The president's son also weighed in on the firestorm surrounding the Roger Stone case and the Washington Post alleging the Trump family business overcharged for hotel rooms occupied by the President's secret service detail. He found that story "disgusting."

The interview was extensive and hit on a lot of topics. Because of time, we could not include our entire conversation in our original Fox News Rundown segment.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear more from Eric Trump and how he feels about his father's media critics and political opponents.

Feb 16, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: How Daytona 500 Pole-Sitter Driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Is Driven By 'Talladega Nights'
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When President Donald Trump appears at Sunday's, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will be starting in the pole position.

Stenhouse Jr. has been racing in the NASCAR Cup Series for nine years and this weekend he'll be driving the number 47 Chevrolet Camaro.

Earlier this week, Fox News Rundown host Dave Anthony sat down with Stenhouse Jr. to discuss his career and how he was preparing for NASCAR's first and biggest race of the 2020 season. The superspeedway ace describes what it is like to drive 205 mph when you're just 'Inches' away from your competitors and how he's been practicing for this weekend's Daytona since he's been six-years-old.

For the first time, you will hear our conversation Ricky Stenhouse Jr. on The Fox News Rundown Extra.

Feb 15, 2020
Eric Trump On 2020, Bloomberg & the Roger Stone Case
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Executive Vice President of the Trump Organization and the President's son Eric Trump joins today's FOX News Rundown to discuss his father's re-election campaign and weighs in on the escalating feud between the president and Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg.

The Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary are behind us. Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace joins today's podcast to discuss the 2020 Democratic race and what candidates have to do to sway voters in Nevada and South Carolina.

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by “FOX and Friends” co-anchor and “The Brian Kilmeade Show”host, Brian Kilmeade.

 

Feb 14, 2020
Roger Stone Case Ignites Latest Political Firestorm
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Did President Trump interfere in his former associate Roger Stone's prison sentence? Federal prosecutors originally recommended a sentence of up to 9 years in prison for Stone's conviction, but the DOJ had overruled the prosecutors scaling back the proposed term. As a result, leading Democrats are pointing the finger at the president for the confusion. Former DOJ prosecutor James Trusty weighs in on the case.

It's been more than a month since Iran's missile attack on a U.S. military base in Iraq. Initial reports said no one was injured, however, since then more than a hundred U.S. troops have been diagnosed with concussions or brain trauma. Fox News Pentagon Correspondent Lucas Tomlinson, and NYU Langone Health Professor of neurology, Dr. Steven Galetta, join the Rundown to discuss why the number of reported injuries has climbed in recent weeks and what long-term effects the troops may face.

Plus, commentary by Democratic Strategist Leslie Marshall.

Feb 13, 2020
New Hampshire, We Have a Winner!
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Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is the winner of Tuesday's New Hampshire primary. What does this mean for the presidential election moving forward? FOX's National Correspondent Jared Halpern recaps last night with FOX News Radio's Political Analyst Josh Kraushaar and FOX News Radio's Jessica Rosenthal and Tonya J. Powers.

President Trump has long complained about sanctuary cities and states not helping immigration authorities do their job. Attorney General William Barr recently announced a lawsuit against the states of California and New Jersey over their sanctuary policies. Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Andrew Napolitano joins the Fox News Rundown to discuss whether these policies are actually breaking the law. Plus, Judge Napolitano weighs in over the renewed debate of New York City's old "stop and frisk" program.

Plus, commentary by Reason.com associate editor Robby Soave.

Feb 12, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: New Hampshire Governor Predicts Sanders Will Win Primary, But Lose State In November
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While covering the New Hampshire primary for Fox News Radio, host Jessica Rosenthal got the opportunity to sit down with the state's Republican Governor, Chris Sununu.

 

The two discussed Tuesday's night contest and whether he felt the confusion after the Iowa Caucus could jeopardize the state's status as the first in the nation primary.

 

The governor also weighed in on the 2020 race, some of the issues his state's voters care about and the Democratic candidates. He thinks they're going to have chaotic convention this summer.

 

It was a great conversation, but we couldn't get it in to this morning's Fox News Rundown podcast. So, we thought we'd let you hear it now.

 

Now here's New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu on a special edition of the Fox News Rundown Extra:

Feb 11, 2020
Now It's Up to New Hampshire Voters
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Voters of New Hampshire will cast their votes in the first in the nation presidential primary. FOX’s Paul Steinhauser, Jacqui Heinrich and Griff Jenkins are all in New Hampshire covering the Democrat campaign events and they tell us how Iowa is playing a part in today’s primary, what New Hampshire voters are looking for and who has a lot to lose.

It’s not just Democrats on the ballot in New Hampshire. President Trump leads the Republican ticket. White House Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley joins the Rundown to discuss why the administration is so confident about the 2020 race and why he believes the support for the president is higher than ever. Gidley also weighs in on the White House’s new proposed budget and Speaker Pelosi’s tumultuous relationship with the President. 

Plus, commentary by host of "The Greg Gutfeld Show" and co-host of "The Five" Greg Gutfeld. 

Feb 11, 2020
A New Start in New Hampshire: Democrats try to put the Iowa Debacle in the Rear View Mirror
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We are just a day away from the New Hampshire Primary as the Democrats continue the race to the nomination. Host of The Daily Briefing, Dana Perino joins The Fox News Rundown to discuss the New Hampshire primary and how it could have a lasting effect on how the Democratic race moves forward.

 

Jocko Willink was a Navy SEAL for 20 years and used the lessons he learned on the battlefield to build an incredibly successful life after the military. The decorated retired veteran is out with a new book, “Leadership, Strategy and Tactics: Field Manual.” Willink joins today’s FOX News Rundown to talk about his new book, shares his lessons on leadership and weighs in on President Trump’s support on the military.  

 

Plus, commentary by FOX News Contributor Robert Jeffress.

Feb 10, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Democrat Rips Speaker Pelosi For "Petty" SOTU Theatrics
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Earlier on the Fox News Rundown, we spoke to former Tennessee Congressman Harold Ford Jr. about the end of the impeachment trial and Speaker Nancy Pelosi dramatically ripping up the president's speech after Tuesday's State Of The Union.

Host Jessica Rosenthal talked to the Democrat about the division in the country and if healing is in the cards anytime soon.

Rep. Ford says healing the country depends on the President and the election. He told us he hoped President Trump would eventually move on after his acquittal.

However, Ford didn't just call out the president and the Republicans. He targeted members of his own party too. He was very critical of Speaker Pelosi's actions during the State of the Union and explained why he thinks Senator Bernie Sanders winning the Democrat nomination would only divide the country more.

The conversation with Congressman Ford was far ranging and while we had to edit it down for time we think you'd like to hear the whole thing.

On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear our complete, unedited conversation with Rep. Ford and get his full take on the politics of today.

Feb 09, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Can Civility Be Restored In A Post-Impeachment Washington?
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Bitter partisanship was on full display this week in Washington.

Tuesday's State of the Union was full of political theater. President Trump accused of snubbing Speaker Nancy Pelosi's attempt at a handshake. Speaker Pelosi ending the night by dramatically ripping of the President State of the Union speech.

And all of that took place just hours before only the third presidential trial in American history where Trump was acquitted of two impeachment charges and avoided removal in a near party-line vote.

So, how does America heal and move forward as the 2020 election heats up? This is what we asked Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) earlier this week on the Rundown. He co-chairs the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus, whose members all wore purple ties or scarves to State of The Union to symbolize unity.

Rep. Reed told host Jessica Rosenthal how he is working with Democrats to get bipartisan bills passed despite a very divided country and Congress.

The New York Congressman also laid out a plan to bring down the temperature and bring civility back to Washington D.C..

Because of time, we could not include our entire conversation in our original Fox news Rundown segment.

On the Fox News Rundown Extra you will hear our full conversation with Congressman Reed where he addresses more of this week's tense political movements, but explains why he believes most of the country still wants unity, civility and less heated rhetoric.

Feb 08, 2020
Can the Economy Fend Off the Coronavirus?
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As public health officials around the world work to contain the threat of the coronavirus, companies warn the global outbreak could also spark an economic crisis. There are even worries 'phase one' of the U.S.-China trade deal could be disrupted. Liz Claman, anchor of Fox Business' "Countdown to the Closing Bell," joins host Lisa Brady to discuss how the coronavirus could impact the global and U.S. economies.

Between this week's Iowa Caucus mess and the President riding high after being acquitted by the US Senate on Wednesday, it wasn't an easy week for Democrats. And tonight seven Democrats running for President will take the debate stage just days before the next contest in New Hampshire. Fox News political analyst Juan Williams joins host Dave Anthony to preview tonight's debate and break down the presidential race.

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by FOX News Contributor Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT).

Feb 07, 2020
President Trump Acquitted
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The Senate voted to acquit President Trump on Wednesday clearing him on both articles of impeachment and ending the long process. So, how does America heal and move forward as the 2020 election heats up? Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY), who co-chairs the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus, and former Congressman Harold Ford Jr. (D-TN) join the Rundown to discuss if there's a way to resolve America's bitter divide.

If you watched the Super Bowl you may have noticed the variety of electric car ads from companies like Audi, Ford and Hummer. But the acceleration of Tesla on Wall Street at the start of 2020 has many confused. FoxNews.com automotive editor Gary Gastelu joins the Fox News Rundown to discuss Tesla's stock fluctuation and what the future of electric cars looks like.

Plus, commentary by FOX Business Network's Charlie Gasparino.

Feb 06, 2020
"Stronger Than Ever Before": Trump Delivers State of the Union on Eve of Impeachment Vote
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President Trump delivered his third State of the Union address Tuesday night following the Iowa Caucuses and just one day before the Senate is set to vote on impeachment. FOX News Radio's National Correspondent Jared Halpern and FOX News Radio's White House Correspondent Jon Decker discuss the highlights of last night's speech.

It's been four months since House Speakers Nancy Pelosi announced the start of the impeachment inquiry against President Trump. Democrats say they have an overwhelming case against the president, but with the final vote in the Senate later today he is expected to be acquitted. Oklahoma Republican Senator James Lankford joins The Fox News Rundown to explain why he will vote to acquit and why he believes President Trump shouldn't be censured.

Plus, commentary by FOX News Contributor and FOX Nation host Tammy Bruce.

Feb 05, 2020
Iowa Caucus Chaos
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It was not the night that was expected. The first in the nation Iowa Caucuses left as many questions at the end of the night as the beginning. The Iowa Democratic Party released a statement Monday night on delayed results, citing "quality checks." FOX News Radio's National Correspondent Jared Halpern recaps the night and what we can expect moving forward with FOX News Radio's Political Analyst Josh Kraushaar and FOX News Radio's Jessica Rosenthal

President Donald Trump will deliver his State of the Union address tonight just hours before his Senate Impeachment Trial is expected to wrap up. So should President Trump make any reference to the case against him? Former Chief Presidential speechwriter for President George W. Bush, Bill McGurn and Former White House Speechwriter for President Bill Clinton, Jeff Shesol join the Fox News Rundown to preview President Trump's upcoming State of the Union address.

Plus, commentary by Co-Host of the Tyrus and Timpf podcast, Kat Timpf.

Feb 04, 2020
Caucus Day: The Iowa Outcome Democrats May Fear The Most
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The Iowa Caucuses are tonight. FOX’s Senior Political Analyst Brit Hume and FOX News Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt join the Rundown to preview the first contest of the 2020 presidential calendar and discuss who needs a good showing this evening to have any chance of securing the nomination.

After years of hype, over $50 million spent on ads and countless stump speeches, the Iowa Caucuses are finally here. Cary Covington, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Iowa, joins the Rundown to explain how the Caucuses work and why the nation’s first voting contest is so important to the process.

Plus, commentary by Charlie Kirk Founder of Turning Point USA and author.

Feb 03, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Trump, Willowbrook & Geraldo's Very Wild Career
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Geraldo Rivera has had quite the career.

He's been everything from a war correspondent, to a TV talk show host and is currently a Correspondent-At-Large for Fox news.

The legendary journalist recently joined Rundown host Lisa Brady to look back at some his biggest accomplishments and discuss his news series on Fox Nation, "I Am Geraldo: 50 Years."

In the segment, Geraldo went in to great detail about his report on the Willowbrook State School. In the 1972 story that catapulted him to national fame, Rivera exposed how the facility located in Staten Island, New York was neglecting and abusing thousands of developmentally and physically disabled people. He opened up to Lisa Brady how the story continues to haunt him to this day.

The Fox News veteran also discussed other career highlights and even his infamous 1986 TV special, The Mystery of Al Capone's Vaults.

Just like how Geraldo's career has covered a lot of ground, so did the original interview and we could not fit all of the journalist's many anecdotes in one segment.
On The Fox News Rundown Extra, we bring you our complete interview with Geraldo Rivera. You will hear more about the best and worst moments of his career. He also reflects more on his controversial decades-long relationship with President Donald Trump.

Feb 02, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: The American Dream And What Iowa Voters Really Care About
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Earlier this week, we spoke to Fox Business Correspondent Hillary Vaughn about her "American Dream Series".

She is traveling throughout the country to key voting states this election cycle focusing on the issues that matter to them the most.

This week, Vaughn was in Iowa ahead of the first caucus that will begin the process of deciding which Democratic candidate should face President Trump in November.

Hillary Vaughn shared with host Jessica Rosenthal what voters on the ground were saying and how some of Democrat candidates were spending their finals days campaigning in Iowa. She also described her interaction with farmers who told her they were feeling the pain of some our ongoing trade dispute with China

We often have to cut interviews down for time during the week, but we thought you'd like to hear our whole interview with Hillary.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear more about the "American Dream Series" and what issues voters are focused on the days before the Iowa Caucuses.

Feb 01, 2020
Billionaire Bloomberg's Big Gamble on Super Tuesday
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Most of the top tier Democratic presidential candidates will be campaign in Iowa this weekend ahead of Monday's caucuses. But billionaire contender Michael Bloomberg will not be. Bloomberg campaign senior adviser Tim O'Brien joins the FOX News Rundown to discuss why the former New York City Mayor is banking on Super Tuesday instead.

He's had a long and incredible career on television, covering stories all around the world. FOX News correspondent-at-large, Geraldo Rivera is out with a new FOX Nation series called 'I Am Geraldo: 50 Years.' The veteran journalist tells us about his groundbreaking Willowbrook investigation, Al Capone's vault and what it's like being President Trump's friend.

Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, head writer for "Kennedy" on FOX Business.

Jan 31, 2020
Countdown to the Caucuses: Who will Iowa Choose?
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The Iowa Caucuses are quickly approaching. The first in the nation state will decide who should take on President Trump as the Democratic nominee this November. Early polling has left it unclear who Iowans will get behind on Caucus night and there are many issues to consider this election cycle. FOX's Hillary Vaughn, Jacqui Heinrich and Madeleine Rivera are all in Iowa covering campaign events and they tell us how trade, impeachment, the economy and healthcare are playing a part in the 2020 race.

Doug Perez is an American stuck in Wuhan, China as the city copes with the deadly #Coronavirus outbreak. Doug joins the Rundown to discuss why he turned down a flight offered by the U.S. State Department to leave the country and what steps the Chinese government has taken to keep people safe.

Plus, commentary by author Peter Schweizer.

Jan 30, 2020
The Art of the "Deal of the Century"
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President Trump unveiled his Middle East peace plan on Tuesday. The president announcing his "Deal of the Century," a two-state solution to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, calling it a "win-win situation for both sides." FOX News Foreign Correspondent Trey Yingst discusses the new peace proposal and explains why the Palestinians reject the plan.

He ran for President as a Democrat four years ago. Now Lincoln Chafee is back ... but this time he's running as a Libertarian. The former Republican senator and Democratic governor of Rhode Island joins the Fox News Rundown to discuss his longshot Libertarian bid for the White House and why he switched parties again.

Plus, commentary by FOX News legal and political analyst Gregg Jarrett.

Jan 29, 2020
Could the Bolton Book Bombshell Open the Door to "The Justice Roberts Show?"
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Former National Security Adviser John Bolton's upcoming book leaked over the weekend, with new information that now has Democrats pushing the case even more to have witnesses testify during the Senate trial. Associate Editor and Columnist at RealClearPolitics, A.B. Stoddard and former Deputy Independent Counsel Sol Wisenberg weigh in on if they think witnesses should be heard in light of the new information and what this means for President Trump's defense team.

Higher taxes and cost of living are driving a migration from blue states to red ones like Texas. This shift is not only changing the states culturally, but could have major political implications in both local and national elections. Kristin Tate, author of "The Liberal Invasion of Red State America," joins the Rundown to discuss how "progressive flight" could impact America's political landscape for generations to come.

Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Abby Hornacek.

Jan 28, 2020
With the Iowa Caucuses Looming, Is Impeachment Drama Moving The Needle With Voters?
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As the Senate Impeachment trial enters its second week and Iowans get ready for next Monday's caucuses, a new Fox News poll suggests voters aren't being swayed by the drama on the Senate floor. Fox News Decision Desk Director Arnon Mishkin breaks down the latest Fox News poll and what impact, if any, the impeachment trial could have on the 2020 race.

For many people around the world, this is a date which changed history. On January 27th 1945, the notorious Nazi World War Two death camp, Auschwitz in occupied Poland was liberated by the Soviet Union. 75 years later, Fox News radio’s Simon Owen talks to two survivors about what they went through and why they fear today’s rise in anti-Semitism.

Commentary by Paul J. Batura, Vice President of Communications at Focus on the Family.

Jan 27, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Trump Campaign Manager Brad Parscale Sizes Up The 2020 Competition
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This week's impeachment trial dominated the headlines, but the Trump campaign doesn't seem that concerned about it.

In fact, the head of the President's reelection team says the ongoing partisan battle is helping their efforts.

On The Fox News Rundown, President Trump's campaign manager Brad Parscale spoke to host Dave Anthony about the 2020 race and how the Democrat's effort to remove the President from office is impacting his relection.

Parscale told The Rundown that nonstop impeachment coverage has cause their fundraising to skyrocket and has allowed the President to make gains with independents.

The campaign chief also weighed in on Senator Elizabeth Warren's claim his boss was scared to run against her in November. He disagreed and said her nomination would be a "Christmas gift."

Because of time, we could not include our full conversation with Brad Parscale and many of his thoughts on the upcoming presidential race and President Trump's Democratic opponents never made our original segment.

On the Fox News Rundown Extra, our full interview with Brad Prascale. The man in charge of getting the president reelected, sizes up most of the Democratic field, and surprisingly offers some praise for Senator Bernie Sanders.

He also addresses President Trump's so-called "problem with suburban women", something Parscale also doesn't seem very concerned about.

Hear why on The Fox News Rundown Extra.

Jan 26, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: The Inspiring Story Dana Perino Just Had To Tell
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For over three decades, STRIVE has tried to close this gap by helping people in low-income communities learn the skills necessary for good careers in growing, well-paying industries.

STRIVE started in New York, but has now spread to 12 cities and has prepared more than 75,000 people for work and life with their faculty and state-of-the-art facilities.

One of their many success stories is Roy Castro.

After a rough childhood, Castro spent over 10 years of his life in jail. But when he got out, instead of going back to his old life of crime, he found a new path.

With the help of STRIVE and a mentor, Roy went from selling drugs during his younger years to running an ice cream company worth millions of dollars.

Roy was recently honored at STRIVE's 35th anniversary gala and that is where Fox News host Dana Perino first heard his incredible story for the first time. Since then, she has been looking for a platform to give Roy Castro's story the time it needed.

Dana Perino chose The Fox News Rundown and earlier this week guest hosted a segment where she sat down with Castro.

To also help tell the story, "The Daily Briefing" host spoke with STRIVE President and CEO Philip Weinberg and Roy's mentor Dina Powell McCormick, who in addition to her long public service resume, is also Managing Director and member of the Management Committee at Goldman Sachs

The interview went so long, we could not fit the entire conversation into our original Fox News Rundown segment.

We thought Roy Castro's story was so inspiring, we should let you hear it in its entirety.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear more about Roy Castro's troubling past and long journey to the top from some of the people who helped him and of course Roy himself.

Jan 25, 2020
Impeachment Battle Boost: Brad Parscale says Trump Campaign in "Better Position" than 2016
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For a third day in a row, seven House Democrats will be making the case for to remove the President from office. This weekend President Trump's legal team will begin their defense. Brad Parscale, President Trump 2020 campaign manager, joins the Fox News Rundown to explain why he thinks the impeachment trial is actually benefiting the Trump reelection effort.

 

The coronavirus outbreak, which started in Wuhan, China last month and has spread to several countries, has U.S. health officials on high alert. Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, discusses the growing concern over the deadly pneumonia-like illness and what safety measures people should take.

 

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

 

Plus, commentary by Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.

 

Jan 24, 2020
“Broken Process”: Trump Legal Team Member Makes Case For The President
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After day three of the impeachment trial in the Senate, Democrats are continuing their push to remove President Trump from office for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Congresswomen Elise Stefanik (R-NY), one of the eight House Republicans tapped to be part of Trump's legal team, joins the Rundown to discuss the trial and what witnesses she'd like to see testify .

The Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday in a dispute over a Montana state law that blocks taxpayers funding for religious private schools. FOX News Supreme Court producer Bill Mears explains the case that addresses two constitutional issues: religious freedom and the separation of church and state. Plus, he weighs in on how Chief Justice John Roberts is balancing his job at the Supreme Court along with presiding over the Senate impeachment trial of the president.

Plus, commentary by author of 'America's Expiration Date,' Cal Thomas.

Jan 23, 2020
What 'Constitutional Crisis'? Why Wall Street Isn't Rattled By Trump Impeachment
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As the Senate impeachment trial resumed on Tuesday, President Trump was in Davos, Switzerland for the World Economic Forum ignoring impeachment. Instead the president touted the U.S. economic boom under his administration. FOX Business Network's anchor Charles Payne discusses the Trump economy and why Wall Street has not been rattled by impeachment.

In 2020, it is estimated that 1.8 million Americans will be diagnosed with cancer, and more than 500,000 will die from it. Despite those high numbers, the American Cancer Society reports cancer death rates have dropped 29% from 1991 to 2017. Dr. Nicole Saphier, a physician at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and FOX News Contributor, discusses why more Americas are beating cancer and how technology like artificial intelligence is being used to save lives.

Plus, commentary by FOX News contributor Liz Peek.

Jan 22, 2020
Day One: Senate Impeachment Trial
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President Trump's impeachment trial kicks off today in the United States Senate. Historian, lawyer, and author of Impeached: The Trial of President Andrew Johnson and the Fight for Lincoln's Legacy David O. Stewart explains the significance of today's events.

The battle over impeachment witnesses has been heating up as the Senate trial begins. So will we see witnesses take the stand? Former Rep. Bob Barr (R-GA) who served as a House manager in the impeachment of President Bill Clinton weighs in on the Democrats' push for additional testimony and evidence for the Senate trial.

Plus, commentary by economist and business professor at the University of Maryland, Peter Morici.

Jan 21, 2020
From Selling Drugs to Selling Ice Cream
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Strive is a not-for-profit organization that has spent over three decades helping people in low-income communities learn the skills necessary for getting and keeping jobs. One of their many success stories is Roy Castro. With the help of Strive and a mentor, Roy went from a life of selling drugs and multiple prisons stints to running his own multi-million dollar ice cream company. On the Fox News Rundown, the host of Fox News' "The Daily Briefing" Dana Perino tells the story of Roy Castro by talking to Strive President and CEO Philip Weinberg, Roy's mentor and Goldman Sachs partner Dina Powell McCormick and Roy Castro himself.

The Houston Astros sign stealing scandal has rocked the world of baseball and started a national debate over whether decoding the unspoken cues exchanged by the opposing team's pitchers and catchers is cheating or just "gamesmanship". The debate has even divided the Fox News Radio newsroom. On the Fox News Rundown, we break down the fourth wall, as host Chris Foster talks to his fellow Rundown host Dave Anthony and Fox News Headlines 24/7 sports reporter Jared Max about the scandal and what this could mean for the future of the sport.

Plus, commentary by Democratic political analyst Mary Anne Marsh.

Jan 20, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Oscar Winner Brian Grazer Shares His Secrets to Success
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Movie and TV producer Brian Grazer has a long, impressive resume.

He has Oscar nominations for his work on the films Splash and Apollo 13, and won for Best Picture in 2002 for A Beautiful Mind.

TV hits for his company with Ron Howard, Imagine Entertainment, include 24, Arrested Development and Friday Night Lights.

Back in October, Grazer joined the Fox News Rundown to discuss his career and his latest book, Face To Face: The Art of Human Connection.

The renowned filmmaker told host Chris Foster about his secrets to success and some of the incredible people he has interacted with over the years including Presidents Trump and Obama.

Grazer had so many stories and insights, we could not fit everything he had to say in in our original segment.

On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear Chris Foster's complete conversation with Brian Grazer that will include additional anecdotes from his decades in Hollywood.

Jan 19, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: More Disturbing Details About Jeffrey Epstein
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He's been dead for more than five months now, but convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein is far from forgotten.

Certainly not for the still-growing number of women who accuse him of sex trafficking and sexual assault.

Earlier this week on the Rundown, host Lisa Brady revisited the case by talking to Fox News national correspondent Bryan Llenas and Fox's Investigative Unit producer Perry Chiaramonte.

The pair of journalists discussed the U.S. Virgin Islands lawsuit against the estate of the late pedophile and weighed in on why so many Epstein accusers continue to come forward.

The two also discussed how they wound up getting an exclusive interview with two alleged victims of the late pedophile.

Due to time, however, we couldn't fit in all the new information the two shared with Lisa Brady.

On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear the full conversation with Fox journalists Bryan Llenas and Perry Chiaramonte. The two offer share even troubling details about the case that continues to capture America's attention.

Jan 18, 2020
"Mutual Assured Destruction": Chris Wallace on How a Senate Trial May Play Out
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The Senate impeachment trial is set to start next Tuesday. This will only be the third time in American history the President faces removal and no one is quite sure what to expect. FOX News Sunday host Chris Wallace anticipates what we might see in a Senate Trial and the impact it will have on the 2020 Race.

The U.S. Virgin Islands filed a civil lawsuit against the estate of deceased convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, claiming he raped and abused girls as young as 11 years old on his private islands. Fox's National Correspondent Bryan Llenas explains the details of the lawsuit and their significance. Plus, Fox's Investigative Unit producer Perry Chiaramonte joins Bryan Llenas to discuss their exclusive interview with two new Epstein accusers.

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by FOX News contributor and the host of 'Reality Check' on FOX Nation, David Webb.

 

Jan 17, 2020
Articles Delivered: Historic Trump Impeachment Trial Set to Begin
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The House of Representatives voted Wednesday to send the articles of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate paving the way for the long awaited and historic Senate trial after weeks of delay. 2020 Democratic candidate Tom Steyer weighs in on impeachment, the upcoming Iowa Caucuses and New Hampshire primary, his surge in a recent Fox News poll and how he plans to take on the president by using the economy against him.

Last week¸ Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-FL) shocked many when he sided with House Democrats by voting in favor of the War Powers Resolution. The measure was seen as a rebuke to President Trump and a way to restrict his authority to strike Iran without congressional approval. Rep. Gaetz, who is one of the President's biggest supporters in the House, joins the Rundown to explain why he made the controversial decision to split with the White House.

Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, head writer for "Kennedy" on FOX Business.

Jan 16, 2020
What “Phase One” Could Mean For China Trade War
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The U.S. and China are set to sign “Phase One” of their trade deal today following more than a year of tariff wars. Fox Business Network anchor Liz Claman tells us what is in the first phase of the deal, how Americans will benefit and what we needs to happen in the upcoming phases of the trade negotiations.

A Saudi Air Force officer opened fire at a Navy base in Pensacola, Florida last month killing three U.S. sailors. The investigation has created a showdown between the FBI and Apple over the two locked iPhones the dead gunman left behind. The tech company has refused to unlock the phones. Ira Victor, a digital forensic analyst at Discovery Technician joins the Rundown to discuss encryption technology and the debate over privacy.

Plus, commentary by former aide to Senator Chuck Schumer and radio host Chris Hahn.

Jan 15, 2020
Democrats Set to Debate as Race Gets More Tense
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Six candidates will be on tonight's debate stage. With the Iowa Caucuses less than three weeks away, the race between the Democrats is getting more tense. FOX News Political Analyst Juan Williams previews what we might see tonight.

New York is the latest state to stop using cash bail to get people to return to court. Supporters of the law say it makes it fair for poor people who cannot afford to pay their bail and are stuck in jail until the court date. Critics including law enforcement are voicing concerns that we are letting criminals with records back onto the streets with no consequences. Former New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerick and FOX News contributor Richard Fowler weigh in on the controversial New York State law.

Plus, commentary by FOX News Contributor Kimberley Strassel.

Jan 14, 2020
Did Pelosi’s Impeachment Delay Strategy Pay Off?
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Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi will be meeting with her colleagues to discuss releasing the articles of impeachment to the Senate this week. Iona College Political Science Professor and Senior Advisor & Practice Lead AT Research Dr Jeanne Zaino weighs in on what might happen next and whether Pelosi’s strategy to delay the Senate trial paid off.

 

Since the 2001 terrorist attack against the United States on September 11th, life hasn’t been the same, especially  for the spouses and families of the first responders who lost their lives trying to save others. The Tunnels to Towers Foundation is devoted to assisting those families by helping them pay their mortgages. Founder and CEO of the Tunnels to Towers Foundation Frank Siller joins the Rundown to explain the inspiration behind the organization and how it is expanding its mission by providing support for the families of all fallen police officers and firefighters.

 

Plus, commentary by FOX News Contributor Jonah Goldberg.

Jan 13, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Vet Congressman Mike Waltz On Trying To End America's Endless Wars
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President Trump campaigned generally on the idea of bringing troops home from certain regions.

But more than three years into his presidency, thousands of troops are still stationed throughout the Middle East.

The recent hostilities with Iran once again raised the question, will there ever be an end to what even President Trump has called "endless wars."

Earlier this week on the Fox News Rundown, we looked at the debate over whether it is time to bring out troops home from Iraq and the middle east.

One of the guests we spoke to was Republican Congressman Mike Waltz from Florida. Waltz is also an army officer still serving in the national guard and is veteran of the War in Afghanistan.

Waltz was open about both the political and strategic realities of America withdrawing from the region. While he understands why Americans are tired of fighting 'endless wars,' he explained the important of maintaining a presence in hostile places like Iraq.

Because of time, we could not include our full conversation with Rep. Waltz, who had a lot to say about the current conflict in Iran and America's military strategy throughout the world.

On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear our full conversation with veteran and Congressman Mike Waltz and hear his full take on whether it's time America leaves the Middle East.

Jan 12, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: Why Veteran Reporter Lara Logan Says Journalist Are "Abandoning" Their Standards
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Veteran journalist Lara Logan's new Fox Nation series takes her to the US-Mexico border to report on drug and human trafficking.

Earlier this week on the Fox News Rundown, Logan sat down with host Chris Foster to describe what she witnessed during her investigation. The former "60 Minutes" correspondent described her conversations with trafficking victims and what it was like to ride along with border patrol agents.

While her new Fox Nation special is "Lara Logan Has No Agenda", Logan has been accused of having one in the past.

This is something she still denies.

During the original conversation with Logan, she also opened up about bias is the journalism business and past accusations that she herself had a conservative-leaning agenda while working at her former employer.

She told Chris Foster that her interest in covering the 2012 Benghazi terror attack, that led to the deaths of four Americans, upset some of the people at CBS News and they openly questioned her objectivity.

Because of time, the segment that ran this week focused on her reporting on the border and could not include Logan's thoughts on media bias and times she experienced managers quelling stories of her that they did not approve of.

On the Fox News Rundown Extra, we include our complete conversations with Lara Logan including her very candid thoughts on the news industry and how the mainstream media covers the most important stories of our time.

Jan 11, 2020
What’s Behind the Bernie Sanders Surge?
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Up until recently the 2020 Democratic field has mainly focused on impeachment, health care and other domestic issues. However, the ongoing tensions with Iran has forced the candidates to discuss foreign policy. How will the conflict with Iran shake up the Presidential race and could it be a boost to an anti-war candidate like Senator Bernie Sanders? FOX’s Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt discusses the impact the Iran conflict is having on voters and what is behind the recent surge of Senator Sanders.

The wildfires in Australia have been burning since September destroying more than 32,000 square miles. At least 25 people have died and it's estimated that hundreds of millions of animals have been killed. Entrepreneur and former star of the Real Housewives of New York Bethenny Frankel joins the Rundown to explain how her #BStrong initiative will be mobilized to help the victims and first responders.

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by  FOX News Sunday host, Chris Wallace.

Jan 10, 2020
Is it Time America Leaves the Middle East?
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President Trump addressed the nation on Wednesday following Iran's retaliatory missile strikes against U.S. forces in Iraq. The president announcing he will impose tougher sanctions on Iran and called on NATO to become more involved in the Middle East. Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) and former CIA covert operation officer Mike Baker discuss the latest on the tensions between the U.S. and Iran and if American troops should withdraw from Iraq.

In her new documentary series, veteran journalist Lara Logan goes to the U.S. Southern border to investigate the drug and human trafficking conducted by Mexico's violent cartels. Logan joins the Rundown to discuss what she saw on the border and to preview her new FOX Nation special "Lara Logan Has No Agenda: The Border Crisis."

Plus, commentary by former senior economic advisor for President Trump, Stephen Moore.

Jan 09, 2020
Bombshell or Bust?: Democrats Hope John Bolton Testimony Could Be Impeachment Game-Changer
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Former National Security Adviser John Bolton has given Democrats more fuel for their impeachment fire after announcing that he would testify in a Senate impeachment trial if subpoenaed. FOX's Senior Judicial Analyst Andrew Napolitano and FOX News Contributor Andy McCarthy weigh in on the significance of Bolton's possible testimony.

The Consumer Electronics Show kicked off this week with companies from all over showcasing the latest gadgets and futuristic products. FOX News Headlines 24/7 anchor Brett Larson joins the podcast from the show in the Las Vegas and tells us about the most talked about devices, the 5G craze and why Apple has decided to return to the show after almost thirty years.

Plus, commentary by FOX News legal and political analyst Gregg Jarrett.

Jan 08, 2020
Trump Sent Iran a Message. Are they Finally Listening?
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Iran is now vowing revenge for the U.S. airstrike that killed top Iranian General Qassem Soleimani and President Trump continues to issue threats on Twitter. But as tensions with Iran continue to escalate, there are signs the President’s bold actions could be bringing us closer to peace. Retired 4-Star General and FOX News Senior Strategic Analyst Jack Keane joins the Rundown to defend the U.S. targeting of Soleimani and how it could bring Iran back to the negotiation table.

 

Hundreds of thousands of Iranians took to the streets to mourn the death of General Soleimani last week. But, does the mass gathering of Iranians actually suggest the country is unified? Iranian-American journalist Karmel Melamed and Political theorist and analyst Dr. Reza Parchizadeh, both who have left Iran, tell the “Rundown” the Iranians they know are celebrating the Soleimani’s death.

 

Plus, commentary by Co-Host of the Tyrus and Timpf podcast, Kat Timpf.

 

Jan 07, 2020
How Iran Tensions Have Reshaped The 2020 Race
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President Trump authorized a strike Thursday that killed Iranian Quds Force Commander General Qassem Soleimani. Many are worried this move will bring the U.S. closer to another war as the public shifts focus away from domestic issues toward foreign policy. GOP Strategist Brad Blakeman and FOX News Contributor Richard Fowler discuss the impact these actions will have on the 2020 race and President Trump’s re-election campaign.

 

America is getting grayer. In ten years, according to the U.S. Census Department, more than one-in-five Americans will be older than 65. As the nation’s population grows older, millions will need long-term help taking care of themselves. However, there’s a growing shortage of workers and financial resources to do that. Dr. Emily Franzosa focuses on long-term care at the City University of New York Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy. She joins the Rundown to explain America’s aging problem and how it must be addressed.

 

Plus, commentary by Josh Holmes, former chief of staff to Senator Mitch McConnell.

Jan 06, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: What's DrivingThe Surge In Anti-Semitic Violence?
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The Jewish community has been on edge nationwide after a man stormed into a Hasidic rabbi's New York home and stabbed five people during a Hanukkah celebration.

The horrific attack was just the latest in a recent string of anti-Semitic assaults in New York City and elsewhere in the country.

According to the Anti-Defamation League, hate crimes against Jews have been up around the country over the last few years.

Earlier this week on the Fox News Rundown, host Jessica Rosenthal spoke to ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt and Simon Wiesenthal Center founder Rabbi Marvin Hier about the recent surge in anti-Semitism.

Both men addressed what they believes to be the causes of the hate, how local and federal governments should respond and the attempts by liberal and conservatives to point fingers and give blame.

Because of time, the original segment could not include everything both Greenblatt and Rabbi Hier had to say about the important issue they both called an 'epidemic'.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra, we include our complete conversations with both ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt and Simon Wiesenthal Center Rabbi Marvin Hier. You will hear more about the history of anti-Semitism, how they it can be combated today and why they think there has been a flare up in recent years.

Jan 05, 2020
Fox News Rundown Extra: One Of Astrology's Biggest Stars On 2020, And Why Horoscopes Are So Popular
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Horoscopes are a big business. Especially at the start of a new year.

And one of Astrology's biggest names is Ophira Edut. She and her sister Tali are the Astrotwins and together they have written four books, they are the featured astrology columnists for Elle.com and have done personal readings for dozens of celebrities.

To ring in the New Year and a new decade, Fox News Rundown host Dave Anthony sat down Ophira to not only discuss what may be in store for us in 2020 and the next ten years ahead, but also about her career and why so many people in the world look to the stars and planets for guidance.

The Astrotwin also shares her thoughts on Astrology skeptics, what's to come the world of politics and how your star sign could help you choose a realistic resolution.

Because of time, we could not include our full conversation with the Astrology star.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear Dave Anthony's full interview with Ophira Edut and her 2020 predictions for all 12 astrology signs.

Jan 04, 2020
Trump Vows Iran Will Pay A 'Big Price'
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This week's violent protests led by Iran-backed militants outside the U.S. embassy in Iraq has further escalated American tensions with Iran. FOX News Contributor Dan Hoffman weighs in on why violence in the Middle East is ratcheting up and what steps the US can take to handle Iran's aggression.

Anti-Semitic incidents are increasing in the U.S. including the recent attacks in New York. CEO of Anti-Defamation League Jonathan Greenblatt and Rabbi Marvin Hier at the Simon Wiesenthal Center join today's FOX News Rundown to discuss what needs to be done to address the issue.

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by FOX News Sunday host, Chris Wallace.

Jan 03, 2020
High Stakes: The Other Big Races In 2020
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The countdown to the 2020 election begins and while most of the focus is on the presidential race, it isn’t the only contest where the stakes are high. FOX News politics reporter Paul Steinhauser discusses the key Senate and House races this election year.

 

A new year means a lot of new laws. What new laws do you have to keep an eye out for this year? FOX’s National Correspondent Laura Ingle joins today’s podcast to take a look at what’s going into effect this year.

 

Plus, commentary by FOX Business producer Jaimie La Bella.

Jan 02, 2020
Happy New Year: Predictions For 2020 and The New Decade Ahead
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Happy 2020! As the new year kicks into gear, we turned to an astrologer for a peek into the year and decade to come. Ophira Edut and her sister Tali are the authors of The Astrotwins 2020 Horoscope: Your Ultimate Astrology Guide to the New Decade.  Ophira gives us some clues of what’s to come and discusses the business of horoscopes.

Going to the dentist is not easy for everyone. It can sometimes be painful and very expensive. But the importance of good dental care is critical, especially for children. This is why Kansas City Chief Dustin Colquitt helped form Team Smile, which offers complimentary dental care at sporting events to underprivileged children. FOX’s Chief Meteorologist Janice Dean sat down with Team Smile co-founders Dusin Colquitt and Dr. Bill Busch about how the organization is changing lives. 

Plus, commentary by FOX’s Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt.

Jan 01, 2020
A New Year, A New Approach To Curbing Drunk Driving
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Every holiday season, hundreds of lives are lost due to drunk drivers. Traffic Safety Consultant Pam Shadle Fishcer explains why drinking and driving isn't just a holiday issue but an all year round issue and why she thinks holistic approaches could help save lives by reducing the number of impaired drivers on the road.

The most destructive and deadliest wildfire in California's wildfire killed more than 80 people in 2018. Earlier this year, FOX's Jessica Rosenthal talked to a few of the survivors of the disaster about their experiences, and how they are working to rebuild.

Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, head writer for "Kennedy" on FOX Business.

Dec 31, 2019
A New Plan To Confront America’s Suicide Crisis
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In an effort to make it easier for people to reach suicide prevention lines, the FCC is working on creating a new 3 digit number. Dr. John Draper is the Executive Director of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, and he explains why this will help save lives and reduce the stigma of asking for help.

 

On the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing on the surface of the moon, astronaut Harrison Schmitt shared his experience as the 12th and final man to step foot onto the moon as a member of Apollo 17.

 

Plus, commentary by FOX News Headlines 24/7 anchor Brett Larson.

Dec 30, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: How Safe Is You Financial Data This Holiday Season?
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It's the holiday season and many Americans are using credit cards to buy things. Many of them are not thinking twice about how their private information is being collected and stored.

However, over the last few years, we have learned that even our country's biggest companies are vulnerable to being hacked and our financial information can get in to the wrong hands

Fox's Jessica Rosenthal recently did a special on cyber security and looked into how our data is being protected.

On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear Jessica Rosenthal speak to security experts, TokenEx CEO Alex Pezold, and the head of Data Protection Solutions at Comforte Inc. Jonathan Deveaux about how both businesses and the government are trying to the stop the next major data breach.

Dec 29, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Partisan, Bitter and Nasty: The Story Behind America's First Impeachment
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Earlier this month, Donald Trump became the third President to be impeached by the House of Representatives. It's been a bitter partisan battle ever since the Democrats launched their inquiry this past fall.

But if you think things are bad now, wait until you hear the story of Andrew Johnson, who was the first president to be impeached.

Historian David O. Stewart recently joined Fox News Rundown host Dave Anthony to explain why our 17th president was almost thrown out of office and why times were more turbulent then they are now.

The author of "Impeached: The Trial of Andrew Johnson and the Fight for Lincoln's Legacy" explains what events led up to America's first impeachment, the nasty partisans battles that took place and why Johnson was eventually acquitted.

The original segment only told part of the story of what happened in 1868. Because the conversation was so long, we could only include some of the stories and information David O. Stewart shared with us.

On the Fox News Rundown you'll hear our full conversation with Stewart and how the Senate trial was run over 150 years ago and how that chapter in American history compares to today.

Dec 28, 2019
How Mike Rowe and FOX’s Ed Henry Are Working to Change Lives
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Earlier this year FOX News Chief National Correspondent Ed Henry underwent surgery, donating thirty-percent of his liver to his sister Colleen who was suffering from a liver disorder. Henry joins today’s FOX News Rundown to talk about his personal decision to donate part of his liver to his sister and what he’s learned about being an organ donor and the amount of support he’s received along the way.

 

Earlier this year FOX’s Lisa Brady spoke with TV host and author Mike Rowe about his book “The Way I Heard It.” Rowe also shares memories from working on “Dirty Jobs” and QVC and explains why he sees much of his career as a love letter to his grandfather.

                               

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

 

Plus, commentary by National Security Expert Dr. Rebecca Grant.

Dec 27, 2019
Retail Apocalypse? Malls Struggle Even in Strong Economy
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Is online shopping killing brick-and-mortar businesses? Despite the strong economy, more than nine-thousand stores announced they were closing nationwide, with many calling it a "retail apocalypse." So is it the end shopping malls altogether? Vice Chairman of Newmark Knight Frank, Jeffrey Roseman weighs in on the "retail apocalypse" and the evolution of today's malls.

FOX News Rundown host Chris Foster looks back at one of his favorite interviews of 2019. In April of this year, Lara Trump sat down with Chris to discuss her role as the Trump Campaign Senior Advisor and the 2020 presidential race. She also shares a glimpse into what it's like as the president's daughter-in-law.

Plus, commentary by "Fox & Friends" host, and host the "Brian Kilmeade Show" Brian Kilmeade.

Dec 26, 2019
Giving Back and Finding Hope During The Holiday Season
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Country star Lance Carpenter’s new single, “Last Night In Memphis” was inspired by St. Jude’s Children Research Hospital and the lives they’ve saved over the decades. Lance Carpenter tells the Rundown and Fox News’ Dana Perino the story behind the song and how he hopes it will bring a smile to people this holiday season.

 

The late Reverend Billy Graham called his daughter the “best preacher in the family.” Now Anne Graham-Lotz continues her father’s legacy as a great preacher and sharing her own insights on faith. Fox News chief religion correspondent Lauren Green sits down with Graham-Lotz to discuss why she credits the Holy Spirit for helping her overcome recent struggles including a battle with cancer.

 

Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Tom Shillue.

Dec 25, 2019
U.S. Homeless Crisis Continues to Get Worse
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Homelessness in the U.S. has increased 2.7 percent this year primarily due to California, which saw a more than sixteen percent increase in homelessness over last year. FOX's Jessica Rosenthal joins Sergeant Robin Briggs on a tour of Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles to see the homeless problem for themselves. Jessica also speaks with physician assistant Patricia Talaro and mental health therapist Briana Mandel about what's behind America's growing homeless crisis.

Why would someone give the gift of two turtle doves? This Christmas Eve, we take a dive into the classic Christmas carol "The Twelve Days of the Christmas." Reverend Mark Lawson-Jones of the Mission to Seafarers in Wales is the author of Why Was the Partridge in the Pear Tree?: The History of Christmas Carols and he joins the Rundown to shed some light on the classic carol.

Plus, commentary by vice president of communications at Focus on the Family, Paul J. Batura.

Dec 24, 2019
Speaker Pelosi's Impeachment Delay: A Sign Of Buyers' Remorse...or Good Strategy?
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is withholding the articles of impeachment from the Senate until Majority Leader Mitch McConnell agrees to hold what she says would be a fair trial. Is this a sign of weakness or regret from the Democrats? Should Republicans be worried about this delay? The President of RealClearPolitics Tom Bevan weighs in.

As the holiday travel rush continues, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao tells the Rundown getting where you’re going has never been safer.

Plus, commentary by FOX Business Network anchor and host of "We're Momming Today" podcast, Lauren Simonetti.

 

Dec 23, 2019
The Fox News Rundown Extra: The Clinton Impeachment 21 Years Later
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While most people’s attention this week was understandably focused on the impeachment of President Donald Trump, this past Thursday marked the anniversary of another historic political battle.

On December 19th, 1998, President Bill Clinton became only the second U.S. President to be impeached by the House of Representatives.

On The Fox News Rundown, we took a look back at that time and examined how that partisan fight 21 years ago compared to the one we’re witnessing today.

Host Dave Anthony spoke with both Former Republican Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott and Former New Jersey Democratic Sen. Robert Torricelli who both took part in the Senate trial that followed Clinton’s impeachment.

They both shared their perspective on what was occurring behind closed doors and the responsibility they felt at the time.

Because of time, we could not include our full conversations with both Senators Lott and Torricelli, who both had very unique points of view on both the events of 1998 and today.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra you’ll our complete interviews with both former lawmakers. Besides additional stories from 21 years ago, both men offer advice to the Republican and Democrat Senators who will soon have to determine the fate of Donald Trump and his presidency.

Dec 22, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Joe Piscopo’s Predictions For Eddie Murphy’s Saturday Night Live Return
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Actor, singer, and comedian Joe Piscopo is well known for his time on Saturday Night Live where he starred in classic sketches alongside castmate and friend Eddie Murphy.

Piscopo joined Rundown host Chris Foster earlier this week to discuss his latest gig as a talk show host, his friendship with President Trump, and Eddie Murphy’s return to SNL after 35 years.

The interview included a lot of stories about working alongside Eddie Murphy in the early 1980s, some of their classic moments, and the pressure they felt being part on the live sketch comedy show. Piscopo also speculates about what characters he think Eddie Murphy may bring back when he hosts SNL this weekend.

Piscopo is a performer who loves to talk and tell jokes. Unfortunately, the complete conversation was too long to include in our original segment.

On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear our entire interview with Joe Piscopo including his thoughts on what it’s like doing comedy during a time he thinks there is too much “political correctness”.

Dec 21, 2019
Ted Cruz: The Democrats’ Impeachment Case Is “Collapsing”
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Election Day is less than a year away but most of the attention is in on the impeachment fight in Washington. On Wednesday the House of Representatives voted to impeach President Trump for "abuse of power" and "obstruction of Congress", without any Republican support. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) weighs in on the impeachment fight and how a divided America can heal after this.

Actor, singer, and comedian Joe Piscopo is well known for his time on Saturday Night Live where he starred in classic sketches alongside cast mate and friend Eddie Murphy. Piscopo joins the Rundown to discuss his latest gig as a talk show host, his friendship with President Trump, and Eddie Murphy’s return to SNL after 35 years.

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by columnist at The Washington Post and FOX News contributor, Marc Thiessen.

Dec 20, 2019
President Trump Impeached. Now What?
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The House of Representatives voted in favor to impeach President Trump Wednesday night. This makes him the third president in American history to be impeached.  Now it moves forward to a trial in the Senate. Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano explains what we can expect from the Senate impeachment trial and Senator Rick Scott (R-FL) weighs in with his position on the issue.

Today marks the 21st anniversary of the impeachment of President Bill Clinton. Former Republican Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott and Former New Jersey Democratic Sen. Robert Torricelli were both there for the Senate trial and they join the Rundown to look back at what can be learned from that moment in history.

Plus, commentary by "The Guy Benson Show" host, Guy Benson.

Dec 19, 2019
The Political Price of the Impeachment Vote
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House lawmakers are set to vote on articles of impeachment against President Trump this week. Many of the moderate Democrats in districts President Trump won in 2016 have started to fall in line in favor of impeachment. Director of FOX News Decision Desk Arnon Mishkin joins today’s podcast to weigh in on how the impeachment vote could impact lawmakers running for re-election in 2020.

Two deadly crashes within five months of each other forced Boeing to ground its new 737 Max planes earlier this year. Now, as the Federal Aviation Administration investigates the situation, Boeing said it will stop making these planes starting in January. Aviation industry analyst and publisher of Jetwhine.com Rob Mark discusses the potential wide reaching impacts of this move.

Plus, commentary by FOX News Contributor Katie Pavlich.

Dec 18, 2019
Why the Fuss over Trump's Taxes?
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The issue over President Trump’s tax returns has been an ongoing battle between Mr. Trump and the Democrats for years. Now the Supreme Court has decided to take up three major cases regarding the president’s financial records and his right to keep them secret. Former U.S. assistant attorney Andrew McCarthy weighs in on the fight, the legal ramifications and why the Democrats may want them so bad.

During their first year in Congress, the four Democratic lawmakers known as The Squad, led by New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, quickly rose to stardom. In an attempt to combat them, four Republican women running for Congress decided to band together become the Conservative Squad. Jessica Taylor from Alabama,  Nancy Mace of South Carolina, Beth Van Duyne of Texas and Minnesota’s Michelle Fischbach join the Rundown to discuss their races, impeachment and why they’re so opposed to Rep. Ocasio-Cortez and her progressive “Squad”.

Plus, commentary by Democratic Strategist and FOX News Contributor Jessica Tarlov.

Dec 17, 2019
The Best Economy Ever?
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President Trump has often touted the economy, calling it the “best ever!” Is that true? While the unemployment rate is at historical lows and the markets are at record highs, there are some signs consumers are being ‘cautious’ and spending less this holiday season. Capitalist Pig Hedge Fund Manager and Fox News Contributor Jonathan Hoenig weighs in on the economy under the Trump administration and why consumer may be concerned despite all the good economic news.It has been a polarizing time in Washington with partisan lines drawn and while most Democrats will vote to impeach the president, it is unclear if all Democrats will back it. Many moderate Democrats and first-term House members in Trump states have to consider one of the most important votes of their career. Democrat Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin is one of them. Representative Slotkin joins today’s podcast to explain why she is still undecided on whether she will vote to impeach the president or not. 
Plus, commentary by  FOX News Legal analyst Gregg Jarrett.

Dec 16, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Terry Fator Talks Christmas, President Trump And The Challenges Of Doing Comedy Today
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Singer, comedian and ventriloquist Terry Fator performs all over the country and the world.

After winning on NBC’s America’s Got Talent in 2007, he became a big star in Las Vegas and even had a theater there named after him.

Fator recently sat down with The Fox News Rundown to discuss his career, his Christmas special and why he no longer uses a Donald Trump puppet his show.

The comedian revealed to Fox News’ Chris Foster how he comes up with voices and other ideas for his show. He also talks about the challenges of doing comedy in 2019 when audiences are considered very sensitive.

The conversation was full of impressions and laughs, and we couldn’t get it all in our original segment.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear even more voices, more songs and more stories from Terry Fator.

Dec 15, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Richard Jewell: The True and Tragic Story Behind Clint Eastwood's New Film
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Richard Jewell first got the world’s attention when the security guard spotted a suspicious bag at Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park in 1996. The bag had a live bomb that detonated minutes after spectators began to evacuate. At the time, Jewell was credited for saving countless lives and was quickly considered a hero. At least for a few days.

Jewell would soon become the FBI’s main suspect and the same media that was once praising him, was soon trying to convict him in the court of public opinion. It would take nearly three months for Jewell to be cleared.

The incredible story of Richard Jewell is now being told in the new Clint Eastwood film that shares his name.

Earlier this week, The Fox News Rundown's Dave Anthony spoke with former Wall Street Journal editor Kevin Salwen and former US Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia Kent Alexander to revisit what happened in 1996.

The authors of "The Suspect: An Olympic Bombing, the FBI, the Media, and Richard Jewell, the Man Caught in the Middle" looked in to Jewell's case and explained on The Rundown why he went from hero to villain so quickly.

Salwen and Alexander discussed how both overzealous investigators and journalist mistreated Jewell and why it took so long to clear his name.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra you will hear more about the case from Kevin Salwen and Kent Alexander. The authors also discuss Clint Eastwood's new movie, and their roles as contributing sources on the film.

Dec 14, 2019
The Inevitable Nominee? Why Joe Biden Remains on Top of the Democratic Field
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Former Vice President Joe Biden still leads the Democratic field in national polls despite constant attacks, multiple gaffes and critics’ claims “he doesn’t have it anymore.” With only seven candidates qualifying for next week’s debate, is Biden becoming the inevitable presidential nominee of the Democrat party? Chris Stirewalt, the politics editor for the Fox News Channel, joins the Rundown to discuss the 2020 race and why Biden has remained the frontrunner since he launched his campaign.

A Virginia sheriff is vowing to deputize law-abiding residents in his county if the new Democratic majority in the state legislature passes gun control measures that affects Virginia citizens’ rights to defend themselves. Culpeper County Sheriff Scott Jenkins joins today’s podcast to explain why he’s pushing back at the Virginia legislature.

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by Democratic Strategist Leslie Marshall.

Dec 13, 2019
Is the SAT Racist?: Lawsuit Says Test Should No Longer be Mandatory
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The University of California is being sued for requiring incoming students to take the SAT and ACT test as part of their admissions process. The lawsuit claims the tests violate California’s civil rights laws by discriminating against disabled, low-income and underrepresented minority students. Scheper Kim & Harris attorney Gregory Ellis, who represents students and organizations suing the university,  and Reason.com associate editor Robby Soave weigh in on the lawsuit and if the SAT and ACT should be removed from college admissions overall.

The story of Richard Jewell captured the world’s attention when the security guard spotted a suspicious bag at Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park in 1996. The bag had a live bomb that detonated minutes later. Jewell quickly fell from hero to the FBI’s main suspect. Former Wall Street Journal editor Kevin Salwen and former US Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia Kent Alexander are the authors of The Suspect: An Olympic Bombing, the FBI, the Media, and Richard Jewell, the Man Caught in the Middle. They discuss how the public’s intense need to find the bomber shaped the narrative and why Richard Jewell’s life was unjustly ruined forever.

Plus, commentary by FOX News Contributor Gianno Cladwell.

Dec 12, 2019
Democrats Unveil Articles Of Impeachment
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House Democrats announced on Tuesday they will pursue two articles of impeachment against President Trump - abuse of power and obstruction of Congress regarding his interactions with Ukraine. FOX’s Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano and chairman of The American Conservative Union Matt Schlapp react to the articles of impeachment and what this means for the president moving forward.

As the new decade rapidly approaches, American citizens are expected to answer the 2020 U.S. Census, which will not have a citizenship question. Steve Dillingham, the Director of the Census Bureau,  discusses the survey and how we collect data about who lives here.

Plus, commentary by Co-Host of the Tyrus and Timpf podcast, Kat Timpf.

Dec 11, 2019
What’s Buried in the DOJ Watchdog Report on Russian Probe Launch
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The much anticipated Justice Department’s Inspector General report concerning FBI surveillance in the Russia investigation has been released. While the report uncovered a number of errors in the application process made by the FBI, it concluded that investigators found no political bias surrounding the launch of the probe. FOX’s Digital Politics reporter Brooke Singman and Former DOJ prosecutor James Trusty weighed in on the findings of the report.

 

The recent shooting at a naval base in Pensacola, Florida has put the spotlight on the International Military Education and Training (IMET) Program. The shooter, a 21 year old Saudi Air Force Pilot, was participating in the program before he shot and killed three people. There are now growing concerns about the program and allowing foreign nationals on our military bases. FOX News Military Analyst Col. David Hunt discusses the purpose of IMET and how this shooting could impact its future.

 

Plus, commentary by Contributing Editor with National Review and FOX News Contributor, Deroy Murdock.

 

Dec 10, 2019
A Head-On Collision: How Impeachment Will Impact The 2020 Race
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As the New Year approaches, impeachment and the 2020 election could meet on a collision course as the field winnows. FOX News Politics Reporter Paul Steinhauser weighs in with what he’s been seeing on the ground in New Hampshire.

 

Never expecting to win America’s Got Talent back in 2007, ventriloquist Terry Fator has made a career of singing and telling jokes through his many dummies. He joins the podcast to talk about how his career led him to a successful residency in Las Vegas and why his ‘Donald Trump’ puppet is no longer a part of the show.

 

Plus, commentary by FOX News contributor and the host of 'Reality Check' on FOX Nation, David Webb.

Dec 09, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Jonathan Morris On Scorsese, De Niro and his role in ‘The Irishman’
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Earlier this week, the Fox News Rundown covered the Catholic Church’s sexual abuse crisis and how new state laws could force the institution to payout billions of dollars to victims.

We spoke to Jonathan Morris, who is a theologian and a former Catholic Priest, about the future of the Church and how it has responded to thousands of allegations of abuse.

If you heard Monday’s segment, the Fox News contributor offered both an honest and compassionate perspective on this complex topic.

What you did not hear was the other part of the conversation.

It turns out Jonathan Morris has a role in one of the year’s most discussed and critically acclaimed films,  “The Irishman”.

The drama directed by Martin Scorsese starring Robert De Niro tells the story of mobster Frank Sheeran who claimed to have murdered Teamster leader Jimmy Hoffa.

Morris appears in multiples scenes with De Niro playing … a priest.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra, you’ll hear host Jessica Rosenthal’s full conversation with Jonathan Morris that includes him sharing his experience working on the set of “The Irishman”.

Morris told Rosenthal how he got the role and what it was like working with two cinema legends Scorsese and De Niro.

Dec 08, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Shannon Bream Talks Battles in the Supreme Court...And in Her Personal Life
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A lot of media’s focus has been on impeachment lately and how the legal and political fight could impact 2020.

But there are other big issues looming over next year’s Presidential race and many of them are being battled over at the Supreme Court.

Earlier this week, Fox News Chief Legal Correspondent Shannon Bream joined The Fox News Rundown to discuss which cases can have an impact on November’s election.

Bream, who also hosts of FOX News @ Night, explained how some High Court decisions on gun control laws, immigration and abortion could motivate a candidate’s base. She even raised the possibility of there being a vacancy in the Supreme Court next year and how that could have huge implications on the race.

During our conversation with Shannon Bream, the Fox News host also looked back on her her career, discussed her own podcast “Livin’ The Bream”, and opened up about a recent health problem left her exhausted and depressed.

Bream explained how she struggled with a double vision and migraines for nearly two years thank to a severe dry eye problem. She confessed the pain was so bad that she considered suicide. It was a side of a Fox News host you rarely get to see on TV.

Unfortunately because of time, our original segment focused only on Supreme Court and none of Bream’s personal story made the original podcast.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear our full interview with Shannon Bream and hear how she eventually overcame her painful ordeal. Her story of struggle and hope is truly worth a listen.

Dec 07, 2019
Pelosi Plows Ahead With Impeachment Gamble
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced that Democrats will be moving forward with articles of impeachment against President Trump.  The announcement comes after the House Judiciary Committee held its first impeachment hearing Wednesday featuring four law professors who testified on whether the president’s conduct was impeachable. Former Whitewater Independent Counsel Robert Ray and associate editor at RealClearPolitics A.B. Stoddard weigh in on whether it is a good move by the Democrats to move forward with impeachment and what kind of impact it will have on voters in 2020.

Tito Ortiz was one of the early star of the mixed martial arts world when the sport started growing popularity. His success hasn’t been limited to the octagon. Ortiz has launched an athletic clothing line and even appeared on a season of NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice.  The UFC Hall of Famer Tito Ortiz sits down with Fox News' Chris Foster to discuss his next fight, the controversies surrounding mixed martial arts and why he supporters President Donald Trump.

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Abby Hornacek.

Dec 06, 2019
Immigration, Abortion and Trump's Taxes: How SCOTUS will Shape the 2020 Election
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The two-day NATO summit in London, England ended abruptly for President Trump when he canceled a planned news conference with reporters yesterday. This came following some tense moments as well as the emergence of a leaked video showing some world leaders appearing to mock the president. FOX’s Simon Owen explains what happened and what this means for our relationship with the international community.

It’s not all about impeachment. The Supreme Court plans to tackle several big issues that could greatly influence the 2020 election. FOX News and host of Livin' the Bream Shannon Bream joins today's FOX News Rundown to discuss which cases can have an impact on voting in the upcoming Presidential election. She also weighs in on the possibility of President Trump getting a third nominee for the Supreme Court, and whether Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would sidestep his so-called “Garland Rule” and fill a vacancy on the high court despite it being an election year.

Plus, commentary by FOX News anchor and host of RIDDLE on Fox Nation, Eric Shawn.

Dec 05, 2019
Trade Worries Rattle Markets, But Not Trump
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President Trump isn’t holding back when it comes to his controversial trade policies. The President clashed with French President Emanuel Macron at the NATO summit in London over France’s new tax on tech giants that will affect American companies. The United States now saying it will retaliate and impose tariffs of their own on French goods. FOX Business Network host David Asman weighs in on the current trade dispute between the US and France. Plus he discusses where we are with the China trade war and if we are any closer to passing the USMCA before the year ends.

The next impeachment hearing is today. And while House Republicans defend President Trump and argue he did nothing wrong, one of his 2020 GOP challengers Bill Weld says he deserves to be removed from office. The former Massachusetts Governor and Republican president candidate joins the Rundown to discuss the impeachment inquiry and why he thinks President Trump should not be reelected.

Plus, commentary by "The Guy Benson Show" host, Guy Benson.

Dec 04, 2019
Make or Break? Democrat Candidates Struggle To Stand Out As Iowa Caucus Nears
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The first stop on the road to the White House is Iowa and the caucuses there are just two months away. Democratic presidential candidates are battling to claim the top spot in the state. Democratic political analyst Mary Anne Marsh discusses the importance of an Iowa victory and which candidates need to get that win.

A new surge of sexual abuse cases have emerged against clergy members in the Catholic Church. This following new adjustments passed by 15 states that extends or suspends the statute-of limitations laws, which allows victims to file claims going back decades. Legal analysts believe payouts could top $4 billion and cause the bankruptcies of dioceses all over the country. Fox News Contributor and former priest Jonathan Morris and attorney Paul Mones, who represents victims of child sexual abuse weigh in on the case and what this will mean for the Catholic Church moving forward.

Plus, commentary by Founder and President of Turning Point USA, and Fox News Contributor Charlie Kirk.

Dec 03, 2019
Dilemma for Democrats?: Impeachment Hits Pivotal Step As Support Appears To Dip
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The impeachment inquiry enters a pivotal stage this week as the House Intelligence Committee votes to approve the written report that will make the case to remove President Trump from office. However, there appear to be signs that support for the impeachment process is dropping. FOX News Decision Desk Director Arnon Mishkin weighs in on how voters are reacting to the process.

 

The newest exhibit at the 9/11 Memorial Museum showcases declassified objects, documents, and testimony from the decade long search for the leader of al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden. Executive Vice President and Deputy Director for Museum Programs Clifford Chanin shares a preview of the featured artifacts, and the significance of telling the story.

 

Plus, commentary by Co-host of “The Five" Juan Williams.

Dec 02, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: “One Bad Day”: Why Wounded Vet Sgt. Johnny “Joey” Jones Never Lost Hope
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You may have seen Johnny “Joey” Jones on Fox News Channel. The contributor is usually booked to discuss the topic of the day and many times the retired Marine Staff Sergeant references his time serving in the military.

But you may not know that Johnny “Joey” Jones was also a Marine Corps bomb technician who suffered a life-changing injury while deployed in Afghanistan that resulted in the loss of both his legs above the knee and severe damage to his right forearm and both wrists.

Jones joined The Fox News Rundown earlier this week to discuss what he described at his  “one bad day” and his long painful path to recovery. He told host Lisa Brady how he remained positive and why he now believes the power of perspective can change your life.

The original conversation was powerful and inspiring, but unfortunately too long to include in our original segment.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra you will hear more Jones’ incredible story and how he maintains such a positive attitude despite the challenges he has face since his “one bad day”. He also talks more about what he is doing to help his fellow vets who are also coping with their own challenges.

Dec 01, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Joe Lieberman on Impeachment, Burisma and the Democrat’s Direction
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Joe Lieberman has a reputation for being a political centrist. In fact, the former longtime Democrat Senator became an Independent in 2006. And two years later, he endorsed Republican Senator John McCain for president only eight years after being on the Democrat ticket as Al Gore’s Vice Presidential running mate.

Earlier this week, Lieberman joined The Fox News Rundown to discuss the current direction of the Democrat party and the 2020 field.

The former Democrat Senator told host Chris Foster he agreed with former President Barack Obama who recently raised concerns about the party’s direction. Lieberman said he believes some of the Democrat candidates policies were too expensive and wouldn’t help the party defeat President Trump in 2020.

Lieberman also weighed in on Joe Biden’s ongoing Burisma controversy, the current impeachment inquiry and the 1998 impeachment of President Bill Clinton.  

But his thoughts on his former party didn’t stop there and because of time, much of the conversation couldn’t make the original segment.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra you will hear more from Joe Lieberman including his stance on a topic that he and many Democrats disagree on: school choice.

Joe Lieberman, who is on the board of the American Federation for Children, explains why he is very unhappy with the Democratic candidates’ education positions.

Nov 30, 2019
Black Friday: What Can The Holiday Shopping Season Tell Us About The Economy?
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Now that Thanksgiving is over, it’s time for shoppers to hit the stores for Black Friday deals. Retail Analyst at H Squared Research and author of "Black Market Billions" Hitha Herzog weighs in on what shoppers can expect today and what the holiday shopping season can tell us about the overall economy.

Former professional football player Jon Dorenbos played 15 seasons in the NFL all while honing his skills as a world-class magician. His successes did not come easy. Dorenbos had to overcome unimaginable tragedies and an almost deadly health scare. He talks to Fox Business anchor Liz Claman about his life and his new book “Life is Magic: My Inspiring Journey from Tragedy to Self-Discovery.”

Plus, commentary by syndicated columnist Cal Thomas.

Nov 29, 2019
Tim Tebow On Charity, Faith And Giving Thanks
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Ret. U.S. Marine Corps bomb technician Johnny “Joey” Jones suffered a life-changing injury while deployed in Afghanistan that resulted in the loss of both his legs above the knee and severe damage to his right forearm and both wrists. Jones, who is now a Fox News Contributor,  joins today’s podcast to talk about his “one bad day” his path to recovery and how the power of perspective can change your life.

 

Before he was a Heisman Trophy winner, a former NFL quarterback and a professional baseball player in the New York Mets organization, Tim Tebow spent his early years in the Philippines where his parents served as missionaries. Through his Tebow Foundation, he has followed in his family’s footsteps by promoting his faith and helping the less fortunate all over the world. Fox News Senior Meteorologist sat down with Tim Tebow to discuss his faith, his charity work and why always remembers to give thanks for his blessings .

Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Tom Shillue.

Nov 28, 2019
Eddie Gallagher Controversy Drives a Wedge Between the White House and the Pentagon
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Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher, who was convicted of posing with a hunting knife in a photo with a corpse of a dead Iraqi militant will be able to retire and retain his Trident pin. His controversial case was taken up by President Trump and led to the firing of Navy Secretary Richard Spencer. Fox’s National Security Correspondent Jennifer Griffin breaks down the story and explains why the president’s decision to intervene created some waves at the Pentagon.

Many of the books about the Trump Administration rely on anonymous sources. Author and presidential historian Doug Wead wrote his newest book Inside Trump’s White House: The Real Story of His Presidency after spending time with President Trump and his family. Wead joins the podcast to share a preview of the stories.

Plus, commentary by opinion-editor for The Washington Times Charlie Hurt.

Nov 27, 2019
DOJ IG Report is Coming... Will it Impact the Impeachment Fight?
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On December 9th the Justice Department’s Inspector General Michael Horowitz will release his highly anticipated report on the F.B.I’s conduct during the Russia investigation, including the origins of the probe and whether the Bureau abused its surveillance powers. Will the report’s results allow the Trump administration to shift the conversation away from the impeachment fight? FOX’s Digital Politics reporter Brooke Singman and Former DOJ prosecutor James Trusty discuss what to expect from the IG report.

There may be fewer deportations under President Trump than under the Obama Administration, but the situation at the border has become dire for other reasons. A record number of immigrants are at detention centers and the backlog of immigration-related court cases is growing. FOX News Correspondent William LaJeunesse discusses whether President Trump’s policies at the border are working.

Plus, commentary by former Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz (R-UT).

Nov 26, 2019
"Greatly Concerning": Rep. Lee Zeldin on Motivations Behind Impeachment
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After another week of public hearings for the impeachment inquiry in the House, Congressman Lee Zeldin (R-NY) joins the podcast to weigh in on why he thinks Democrats have the wrong motivations. He also shares his thoughts on the upcoming December 9th FISA abuse report.

 

Former President Obama upset some of the left recently when he encouraged Democrats in the 2020 presidential field to keep their policies ‘rooted in reality.’ It appeared to be a shot at some of the progressive positions taken by candidates like Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders. Former Democrat Senator and Vice Presidential candidate Joe Lieberman agrees with the former President, and is among those saying the party may be going too far left. On FOX News Rundown, Lieberman discusses his concerns about the Democrats’ direction and their ongoing effort to impeach President Trump.

 

Plus, commentary by FOX News Contributor Kristen Soltis Anderson.

Nov 25, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Ty Pennington ... A Reality Show Host Creating Real Change
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Ty Pennington spent much of his career hosting home renovation reality shows.

On ABC’s 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition', Pennington and his team spent nearly ten years helping families who were facing hardships by providing massive home improvements.
The TV personality has now turned his attention to helping small towns and some of their struggling businesses.

For the last four seasons on ‘Small Business Revolution’, Pennington and his co-host Amanda Brinkman take their team to communities in need of a Main Street makeover. With the help of contractors and business experts, they revitalize parks and sidewalks and provide support for the mom and pop businesses.

Recently The co-hosts joined the Fox News Rundown host Chris Foster to talk about why the show is important to them, and what they are hoping to accomplish.
Ty Pennington also discussed his career and how he went from a model to a TV host known for helping those in need.

The two shared so many stories and advice, not all of it could be used. Some of it never made the Rundown podcast.

On the Fox News Rundown extra you’ll hear more from ‘Small Business Revolution’ co-hosts Ty Pennington and Amanda Brinkman. You’ll hear even more about their mission and how they can help your community.

Nov 24, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Nikki Haley On Standing Up To President Trump ... And His Haters.
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It was an intense week of impeachment hearings on Capitol Hill. Yet, it appears most Republicans are still standing by the President .

One of those Trump supporters not impressed by the proceedings was former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley.

Earlier this week, Nikki Haley joined The Fox News Rundown to weigh in on the Democrats ongoing impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump. While she didn’t think it was “good practice” for the President to ask the Ukraine president to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, she told host Dave Anthony that she did not think Democrats proved her former boss committed an “impeachable” act.

The former South Carolina governor also discussed her time working for the President and the battles she had with some of the Trump detractors she came across while in his administration.

Many of the stories she shared are included in her new book, “With All Due Respect”.

Her conversation with Dave Anthony was extensive and due to time, we could not fit it all in our original segment.

On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you’ll the hear our full conversation with Nikki Haley. She discusses her time as South Carolina Governor and how she dealt with the aftermath of the 2015 deadly shooting at Charleston’s Mother Emanuel AME Church.

Also, she explains why her scheduled appearance on NBC’s “Today Show” the morning after the 2016 election was abruptly cancelled after Donald Trump’s surprising win.

Nov 23, 2019
‘Nothing Impeachable’: Nikki Haley Defends President Trump
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This week we saw three days of public hearings in the House Impeachment Inquiry into President Trump. Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley joins today’s podcast to talk about why she thinks the Democrats are wrong to try to impeach the president. She also discusses dealing with Mr. Trump on the job, pushing back against his detractors and the possibility of running for president in 2024.

Student debt in the U.S. has reached more than one trillion dollars. This week the Trump administration relaunched CollegeScorecard.ed.gov which will give users the ability to compare the cost of a degree at certain colleges to the potential income they can make upon graduation. FOX Business Network’s Deirdre Bolton discusses the relaunch of the website and how this can help students make their college decision while minimizing their debt.

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Tomi Lahren.

Nov 22, 2019
“Bombshells” or “Presumptions?": Gordon Sondland Testimony Divides DC
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European Union ambassador Gordon Sondland, a key witness in the Democrat-led impeachment inquiry into President Trump delivered explosive testimony on Capitol Hill yesterday. Sondland testified there was a “quid pro quo” regarding Ukraine, with the president’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani taking a leading role on the administration’s dealings with that nation. However, Republicans point to Sondland’s testimony that he “never heard from President Trump that aid was conditioned on an announcement" of investigations. Fox News Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt discusses key takeaways of Sondland’s testimony and if the President committed an impeachable offense.

Recent developments surrounding the death of high-profile financier and sex offender  Jeffery Epstein appear to be fueling conspiracy theories. According to a recently filed indictment, the two guards that were supposed to watch Jeffrey Epstein’s cell on the night of his death “failed to complete mandated counts of prisoners.” FOX’s Bryan Llenas has been covering the story from the beginning, and explains why these conspiracy theories won’t be going away anytime soon.

Plus, commentary by Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett.

Nov 21, 2019
Who is Gordon Sondland? Why Key Witness Could Make or Break Democrat’s Impeachment Efforts
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The House impeachment inquiry has begun its second week of public hearings. On Tuesday, we heard testimony from four witnesses regarding the July 25th phone call between President Trump and Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky. Today, Gordon Sondland, ambassador to the EU and one of the most crucial witnesses is set to publicly testify before the House about his role in President Trump’s Ukraine call. Co-founder and president of RealClearPolitics Tom Bevan discusses the key takeaways of Tuesday’s hearing and what we can expect from Ambassador Sondland’s testimony today.

Ten Presidential candidates take the stage tonight in Atlanta, Georgia for the fifth Democratic Primary debate. With the Iowa Caucus less than three months away, how can the hopefuls stand out? FOX News Contributor and political analyst Juan Williams weighs in on the state of the 2020 race.

Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, head writer for "Kennedy" on FOX Business.

 

 

Nov 20, 2019
School Shootings: Are We Missing the Warning Signs?
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Days after yet another deadly school shooting, police in Santa Clarita, California are still trying to figure what motivated the teenage gunman. The U.S. Secret Service has researched a decade of similar attacks and recently released a study it says identifies some of the warning signs . Chief of the U.S. Secret Service Threat Assessment Center, Dr. Lina Alathari, joins the Rundown to discuss what they found and some of the traits these school shooters have in common.

What would we do if our electrical grid was attacked? Is America ready? November is known as National Critical Infrastructure and Resilience Month, which shines a light on the role critical infrastructure systems play in keeping the nation and our communities safe. Assistant Director of Infrastructure Security at CISA (Critical Infrastructure Security Agency), Brian Harrell joins today’s podcast to discuss how his agency prepares for cyber-attacks and how we can contribute to the security of our nation’s cybersecurity.

Plus, commentary by national press secretary for President Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign, Kayleigh McEnany.

Nov 19, 2019
Week 2 Of Impeachment Hearings Kicks Off: Who Is Winning The Messaging Battle?
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The House heard from its first three witnesses in the public hearing phase of the impeachment inquiry last week. During the questioning of former Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch, tensions boiled over between Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-NY) and House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff (D-CA). GOP strategist Brad Blakeman and FOX News Contributor Leslie Marshall weigh in on what happened last week, and share a preview of what’s to come this week.

 

Some say we are in the golden age of television with more choices than ever, but is it becoming too much? Disney+ is the latest streaming service to launch, adding to Netflix, Hulu, Apple TV+ and more. Plus, many more streaming services are expected to launch early next year adding even more competition to the current streaming wars. Kurt Knutsson “Kurt the Cyberguy” joins today’s podcast to weigh in on the flood of streaming services and whether if it’s becoming too expensive to keep up with TV.

 

Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Britt McHenry.

Nov 18, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Cartoonist Scott Adams On "Dilbert", President Trump and Battling Trolls
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Scott Adams originally made a name for himself as the creator of the Dilbert cartoon. The comic strip known for making fun of white-collar careers and cubicle life appears online and in 2,000 newspapers worldwide.

But in recent years, Scott has also become one of social media’s most controversial commentators.

His video monologues and humorous twitter battles with trolls have given him a large and loyal online following

Scott Adams joined the Rundown earlier this week to discuss his career, meeting the President and his new book, “Loserthink: How Untrained Brains Are Ruining America.”

He told our host Dave Anthony about how he tries to keep his career as a cartoonist separate from his sometimes provocative political views. Especially if the views are related to president Donald Trump, some who he has met and regularly supporters.

Adams has a lot of opinions and a lot of unique takes on our society and his book criticizes many common trends and beliefs he thinks are changing our country for the worst. He shared many of them with The Rundown, and due to time we couldn’t get all of what had to say in a single segment

On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you’ll hear more from cartoonist and commentator Scott Adams. He shares more of his views on the President, his haters, and how social media and “Loserthink” is impacting our politics and culture.

Nov 17, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Mike Rowe's Best And Dirtiest Stories
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Mike Rowe has both a face and voice recognizable to millions of Americans.

The TV personality has been featured on multiple TV shows, commercials and hosts a very popular podcast.

Rowe who spent a lot of his TV career working alongside blue-collar workers on shows like “Dirty Jobs” and is considered a champion of skilled labor by some.

Mike Rowe’s latest book, “The Way I Heard It”, is a collection of stories from his own life and his podcast of the same name.

Rowe joined the FOX News Rundown recently to discuss what it was like having a career that spanned selling merchandise on QVC to crawling through … dirty sewer pipes.

Unsurprisingly, Rowe shared a lot great stories with host Lisa Brady and due to time, we couldn’t get all of them in our original segment.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra, you’ll hear more from this compelling storyteller.

Rowe explains why he is so interested in the extraordinary acts or ordinary people. He also discusses his advocacy for the blue-collar worker and why much of his career was inspired by his granddad.

Nov 16, 2019
“This Isn't Like Watergate”: Utah Rep. Chris Stewart says Public Hearings Making Trump “Stronger”
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The first public impeachment hearing against President Trump is in the books. Following the hearing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused President Trump of bribery. Meanwhile Republicans say all the Democrats’ evidence is based on hearsay. Marie Yovanovitch, the U.S.'s former ambassador to Ukraine, is set to testify publicly Friday. Congressman Chris Stewart (R-UT),  who questioned both witnesses on Wednesday,  previews today’s hearing and discusses if there is even a case for impeachment.

The 1975 disappearance of Teamsters labor leader Jimmy Hoffa is one of our country’s most famous unsolved mysteries. FOX News Channel Correspondent Eric Shawn has been investigating Hoffa’s death for two decades.  Fox Nation will be releasing a second season of “Riddle: The Search for James R. Hoffa”, a docuseries based on Shawn’s quest to find the truth. Eric Shawn joins the Rundown to discuss the latest revelations in the Hoffa case and the controversy surrounding director Martin Scorsese’s new movie about Hoffa & alleged hitman Frank Sheeran, “The Irishman.”

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by FOX News Sunday host Chris Wallace.

Nov 15, 2019
Flip Or Flop?: Did the First Public Impeachment Hearing change any Minds?
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On Wednesday, the House held its first public impeachment hearing against President Trump.  Acting U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine William Taylor and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent testified before the House about the president’s July 25 phone call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky. FOX’s White House Correspondent Jon Decker and FOX’s Capitol Hill Correspondent Jared Halpern join today’s podcast to recap yesterday’s hearing and what this means moving forward.

Healthcare is expected to be a big issue in the 2020 race for the White House. Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have pushing for a “Medicare for All” plan. Republicans and moderate Democrats say it won’t work. Dr. Adam Gaffney, President of Physicians for a National Health Program, explains why he and other doctors are supportive of “Medicare For All,” while Wall Street Journal editorial board member Allysia Finley explains why she thinks America can’t afford the program.

Plus, commentary by columnist at The Washington Post and FOX News contributor, Marc Thiessen.

Nov 14, 2019
Drama in DC: High-Stakes Public Impeachment Hearings Kickoff
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House Democrats take their impeachment inquiry to the next level today as public hearings are set to begin. Supporters of President Trump have called the probe a scam. Democrats say Trump abused his power. Will today’s hearings change anything or is it just a show? FOX’s Senior Judicial Analyst Andrew Napolitano discusses what we might see in today’s hearings, and what may happen if articles of impeachment move to the Senate.

The 2020 Democratic presidential field could still get bigger. Former New York Mayor and billionaire Michael Bloomberg has filed paperwork to qualify for the primary in Alabama, although he has not made a formal statement about running in 2020. Meanwhile, former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is said to be also considering to join the presidential race. What do these last-minute bids suggest about the Democrat field? Former Congressman Harold Ford Jr.  (D-TN) joins the FOX News Rundown to weigh in on why he thinks it’s good for the Democratic Party to have a ‘reset’ and add more voices in the field.

Plus, commentary by FOX News contributor Liz Peek.

Nov 13, 2019
The Fate of Dreamers: SCOTUS Takes on DACA
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Today, the Supreme Court will take on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which provides a level of amnesty for young undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children. The Justices will hear arguments on whether the Trump Administration’s decision to end the Obama administration’s program was legal. FOX’s Supreme Court producer Bill Mears and DACA recipient Hilario Yanez weigh in on today’s hearing and its potential impact on the lives of thousands of young immigrants.

Public hearings starting this week in the impeachment inquiry into President Trump. The whistleblower, whose complaint kicked off House Democrats’ probe, is on the list of witnesses that House Republicans would like to question, but Democratic leaders are not going to allow that. General Counsel for the National Whistleblower Center David Colapinto and FOX’s Gregg Jarrett weigh in on whether or not the whistleblower should be publicly identified.

Plus, commentary by FOX News contributor and former White House Deputy Chief of Staff to George W. Bush, Karl Rove.

Nov 12, 2019
100 Years Of Saluting Veterans
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Today marks the 100th anniversary of Veterans Day. The Fox News Channel will be hosting a Veterans Business Fair in Fox Square to highlight a handful of veteran owned and operated businesses. One of the participants is Joe Quinn. He is the co-founder of Feltman’s of Coney Island and has helped build his hot dog business by hiring fellow former military members. The Fox Square event’s host Abby Hornacek and Joe Quinn sit down with The Rundown to discuss the importance of Veterans Day and the unique job skills veterans can offer employers.

 

Scott Adams originally made a name for himself for creating the Dilbert comic strip. But in recent years, he has also become one of social media’s most controversial commentators. Scott Adams joins The Rundown to discuss his career, meeting the President and his new book, “Loserthink: How Untrained Brains Are Ruining America.”

 

Plus, commentary by Guy Benson, host of Fox News Talk’s The Guy Benson Show

Nov 11, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: One Year Later, A Camp Fire Survivor Shares Her Harrowing Story
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One year ago this week, a wildfire in California labeled “The Camp Fire” destroyed the town of Paradise.

It was the worst fire the state had ever seen.

According to Cal Fire, eighty five people were killed. Some of them were trapped in their cars trying to escape the extremely fast-moving blaze.

Nearly nineteen thousand homes and other structures were destroyed.

On the Fox News Rundown, host Jessica Rosenthal spoke to three survivors of that horrible disaster.

All three shared their stories and told the podcast how they escaped, what life has been like after the devastation and how their starting to rebuild their homes and their lives.
The interviews were emotional to say the least. All three had a lot to share.

Because of time, this week’s Rundown segment could only include a small part of each survivor’s incredible story.

On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you’ll hear more from one of the survivors feature in this week’s segment, Michelle John.

John is the superintendent of the Paradise Unified School District. Besides being responsible for helping hundreds of children flee to safety, it was also her job to give those students a sense of normalcy after the devastation was done.

The district lost nearly half its schools, all but one were damaged. John describes how she helped the community rebuild and provide the local children a place to learn.

Michelle John also shares her personal story and what has happened to her in the year since the Camp Fire.

Nov 10, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Brian Kilmeade On History ... And His History With Donald Trump
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The fight for the Alamo remains one of the most pivotal moments in American history.

And Brian Kilmeade is one of cable news’ biggest stars.

But there’s a very good chance there’s a lot you don’t know about both the Alamo and Brian Kilmeade.

In Brian Kilmeade’s new book Sam Houston and the Alamo Avengers: The Texas Victory That Changed American History, the “Fox & Friends” host breaks down what happened after the Alamo and shines a light on the lesser-known heroes that eventually brought Texas to victory.

Earlier this week, Kilmeade joined host Dave Anthony and the Rundown to discuss what his new book reveals about this turning point in America and how he managed to write yet another book despite his very busy television and radio schedule.

During the interview, Kilmeade showed how passionate he is about the subject and history, telling incredible stories, full of details and historical context to how General Sam Houston used the loss at the Alamo to rally the surviving Texans and eventually defeat the Mexican army.

Kilmeade also took some time to discuss his career and what it’s like to work on “Fox & Friends”, a morning show that has millions viewers and regularly grabs the attention of President Trump and NBC’s Saturday Night Live

However, because the conversation was so long, not all of it could be used on Wednesday’s Rundown.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra, Brian Kilmeade shares even more ‘behind the scenes’ stories about his time at Fox and what it’s like to be watched (and sometimes criticized) by the President of the United States.

Nov 09, 2019
A Bit Disturbing: Chris Wallace Says Many Americans Living In A Fact Free Zone
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Americans appear to be split down party lines on the issue of impeachment. Both parties seem dug in. Could that change next week when the first open hearings in the impeachment inquiry are expected to begin? FOX News Sunday host Chris Wallace joins today’s Rundown to talk about next week’s hearings and the challenges of trying to report the news during these highly divisive times.

It’s been one year since the deadliest fire in California history devastated the town of Paradise. Most of the community has been destroyed, but residents are slowly starting to rebuild their homes and their lives. We speak to three survivors of the deadly Camp Fire about how their story, how they were able to evacuate and begin the rebuilding process one year later.

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by editor of National Review Rich Lowry.

Nov 08, 2019
Donald Trump Jr: The Whistleblower Story is “Just Insanity”
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Donald Trump Jr. created a firestorm Wednesday when he tweeted out the possible identity of the whistleblower who complained about his father’s infamous Ukraine phone call. Trump Jr. joins the Rundown to defend his controversial tweet, blast the impeachment inquiry the whistleblower inspired and discuss his new book, Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us

President Trump is calling for a war on the Mexican drug cartels following the massacre of nine people from a Mormon community during a trip near the US-Mexico border earlier this week. Robert Charles, former Assistant Secretary of State for President George W. Bush weighs in on the recent tragedy and discusses what the US and Mexican governments should do to help end the record violence in Mexico

Plus, commentary by Co-host of “The Five" Juan Williams.

Nov 07, 2019
KT McFarland Breaks Her Silence On the Whistleblower and her Former Boss Michael Flynn
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Former White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and his defense team are accusing the FBI of altering key evidence that pushed Flynn into pleading guilty to lying about his contacts with a Russian ambassador. Former Deputy National Security Adviser, KT McFarland, who worked under Flynn, joins today’s FOX News Rundown to weigh in on Flynn’s defense attorney’s claim. She also discusses the impeachment probe under President Trump and her decision to finally speak out.

The fight for the Alamo remains one of the most pivotal moments in American history. In Brian Kilmeade’s new book Sam Houston and the Alamo Avengers: The Texas Victory That Changed American History the “Fox & Friends” host breaks down what happened and shines a light on the lesser-known heroes who brought Texas to victory. Kilmeade joins the Rundown to discuss history and what it’s like to host one of the most influential shows on cable news.

Plus, commentary by host of Trish Regan Primetime on the FOX Business Network, Trish Regan.

Nov 06, 2019
Election Day: What Today’s Key Races Can Tell Us About 2020
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Today is Election Day in some states and although President Trump’s name is not on the ballot this year, the stakes are still high. The president has already campaigned in Kentucky and Mississippi, states holding their gubernatorial elections today. Later this week he will be campaigning in Louisiana where voters go to the polls on November 16th. All three are red states the president won big in 2016 and all three could be in play for Democrats. FOX News politics reporter Paul Steinhauser discusses how the governors’ races will affect President Trump’s 2020 campaign.

Charles Krauthammer’s influence is still felt in the hallways of Fox News. The late commentator’s unique insight and perspective on politics is missed, not just by his fans, but his peers and even some of the politicians he sometimes criticized. The renowned political analyst and regular Fox News Special Report panelist had a well-deserved reputation for calling out those in power.  A book of Charles’ writing, collected by his son Daniel, highlights some of his great work. On the Fox News Rundown, Fox News chief political anchor Bret Baier sits down with Daniel Krauthammer to discuss Charles’s legacy and what he’d make of this moment of history.

Plus, commentary by Townhall editor and FOX News contributor Katie Pavlich.

Nov 05, 2019
“It’s Become Like Professional Wrestling”: Neil Cavuto on the Trade War, Impeachment and Covering News In the Trump Era
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FOX’s Neil Cavuto has covered multiple recessions, a bevy of Presidential scandals and an impeachment during his long career for both the Fox News Channel and the FOX Business Network. But he says these times are like no other. The veteran anchor sat down with the FOX News Rundown to discuss why covering the news in 2019 and President Trump is different than any other time.

 

Nearly half of voters want to see President Trump impeached and removed from office according to a new FOX News Poll. This comes after the House voted on a resolution to move forward with the impeachment inquiry on Thursday . FOX’s David Spunt is at the White House, and he weighs in on how the president and Democratic presidential candidates are reacting.

 

Plus, commentary by the host of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Tucker Carlson.

Nov 04, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: “We Can’t Let Kayla Down Again”: Parents of ISIS victim Say Their Mission Isn’t Accomplished
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Last weekend’s raid in Syria that killed ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was a big victory in America’s fight against terrorism.

The operation was named in honor of Kayla Mueller, an American woman who had been a hostage of the Islamic State and is believed to have been tortured and murdered by al-Baghdadi and his terror group.

Earlier this week, Carl and Marsha Mueller, Kayla’s parents sat down with Fox News Rundown host Dave Anthony to share their daughter’s story, give their reaction to the death of the ISIS leader and discuss their ongoing search for closure.

The Mueller’s told the Rundown they were satisfied to hear the news of last week’s successful mission, but they are still focused on finding Kayla and bringing her home. They shared the gut-wrenching details of how they learned their daughter was taken by ISIS and how they were informed of her apparent death. But also explain how hard it is to not know where her body is or if she is possibly still alive.

The heartbroken couple also explained why they believe the government had let Kyla and them down from the moment she was kidnapped.

However, because the conversation was so long, not all of it could be used. Some of it never made the Rundown podcast.

On the FOX News Rundown Extra you will hear Dave Anthony’s complete conversation with Carl and Marsha Mueller where you’ll hear more about Kayla, more about their desperate search for her and how the government’s red tape hindered their efforts. In the Extra, you will also hear the Mueller’s describe their dealings with both the Trump and Obama administrations and why they have many grievances with the former President.

Nov 02, 2019
No Closure: ISIS victim Kayla Mueller's Parents React To al-Baghdadi’s Death
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While victims of the Islamic State may have welcomed the news about the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, it did not bring them all closure. Marsha and Carl Mueller are still hoping for the recovery of their daughter’s body. Kayla Mueller was abducted by ISIS in 2013 and was pronounced dead by the terrorist group. Her parents join the Rundown to share what the death of ISIS leader means to them and their search for Kayla.

Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey announced this week that the social media site will be banning political ads. Twitter's decision came after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was grilled on Capitol Hill over his company's policies on fact-checking and political advertisements. FOX’s 'MediaBuzz' host Howard Kurtz and Iona College Political Science Professor Dr. Jeanne Zaino weigh in on Twitter and Facebook’s different approaches to handling political ads.

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by stand-up comedian Jim Florentine.

Nov 01, 2019
Process Under Fire: Democrats Forced To Defend Impeachment Inquiry
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Congress plans to take the next step in the impeachment process into President Trump. The Republicans and the White House have been calling the process illegitimate, but Democrats say those complaints are just an attempt to distract the American people. Will the concerns over the impeachment process wind up hurting the Democrats? House Democrat Chief Deputy Whip Dan Kildee (D-MI) joins the Rundown to defend how his party is conducting the impeachment inquiry.

Forensic pathologist and former New York City medical examiner Dr. Michael Baden, has reignited suspicion over convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s death, which was ruled a suicide in August. Dr. Baden, who was hired by Epstein’s brother, observed the autopsy and told “Fox and Friends” Wednesday that Epstein’s neck injuries are more consistent with homicidal strangulation than suicide. Dr. Baden joins today’s podcast to explain his analysis despite the New York City's Chief Medical Examiner's office standing by its ruling that Epstein's death was a suicide.

Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Tom Shillue.

Oct 31, 2019
Jennifer Griffin on Surviving Triple Negative Breast Cancer
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Ten years ago, FOX’s National Security Correspondent Jennifer Griffin was diagnosed with Stage 3, Triple Negative Breast Cancer shortly after giving birth to her son. After seventeen rounds of chemotherapy, a double mastectomy and weeks of radiation treatments she was declared cancer-free. Jennifer joins today’s FOX News Rundown to discuss her battle with breast cancer, the importance of prevention and early detection, and why she encourages people to join this year’s Prevent Cancer Health Fair and 5k Walk/Run on Sunday November 3rd in Washington DC.

Betrayal, allegations of horrific crimes and a systematic cover-up. In an exclusive new four-part podcast, FOX News dives into the teen sex abuse scandal that rocked the Louisville Metro Police Department and upended the Derby City. In 2017, an officer was accused of inappropriate text messages to a teenage girl. “Derby City Betrayal” explains how that complaint would soon snowball in to allegations of multiple LMPD officers coercing and assaulting teens enrolled in the local Youth Explorer program. Fox News Investigative Unit Associate Producer Andrew Keiper joins the Rundown to share what the new Fox News podcast series will uncover. Click here to check out “Derby City Betrayal” and subscribe.

Plus, commentary by Democratic Strategist and FOX News Contributor Leslie Marshall.

Oct 30, 2019
The Threats that Remain Even after ISIS Leader’s Death
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Now that the ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead, what does it mean for the future of the terror organization and the thousands of the ISIS prisoners being held captive in Syria? FOX’s Benjamin Hall is in Syria and talked to some of the prisoners. He shares what he learned and what he’s experiencing on the ground.

Today marks the 90th anniversary of “Black Tuesday,” the day the stock market crashed in 1929, triggering the Great Depression. FOX Business Network’s Charlie Gasparino and author Amity Shlaes discuss the lessons learned from the worst economic collapse in history.

Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, head writer for "Kennedy" on FOX Business.

Oct 29, 2019
“Died Like A Coward”: What ISIS Leader‘s Death Means For The War On Terror
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President Trump officially announcing on Sunday the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi during a U.S. military operation in Northwest Syria. This comes after the president has been heavily criticized by Democrats and Republicans for pulling U.S. troops from the region. What will this big development mean for the War on Terror and President Trump’s strategy in the region? FOX News Correspondent Lucas Tomlinson and retired 4 Star General, Chairman of the Institute for the Study of War and FOX Senior Strategic Analyst General Jack Keane weigh in on this historic moment.

 

The ongoing impeachment inquiry of President Trump has created a bitter battle in Washington. But if you think things are bad now, wait until you hear the story of Andrew Johnson, who was the first president to be impeached. Today on the FOX News Rundown, historian David O. Stewart explains why our 17th president was almost thrown out of office and why times were more turbulent then they are now.

 

Plus, commentary by Contributing Editor with National Review and FOX News Contributor, Deroy Murdock.

Oct 28, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Facebook Status: Dana Perino's Complete, Candid Sit-down With Mark Zuckerberg
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Facebook has no doubt changed the way many of us communicate, get news and spend our time. The social media platform has over two-billion users around the world and there’s a good chance you’re one of them.

Thanks in part to the company’s popularity and influence, Facebook and it’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg face regular scrutiny form lawmakers, the media and its own customers.

Fox News Channel’s Dana Perino recently got the opportunity to sit with down with Zuckerberg and ask him about all the questions surrounding the company he founded.

Portions of the rare, exclusive interview originally aired on the Dana’s Fox News Channel show “The Daily Briefing” and the Fox News Rundown. Zuckerberg was asked about a handful big issues including accusations of liberal bias, election security and the increasing calls to regulate “big tech” companies like his.

However, because the conversation was so long, not all of it could be used. Some of it never made it on TV or the Rundown podcast.

On the Fox News Rundown extra this week, you’ll hear Dana Perino’s entire interview with Mark Zuckerberg. In the full conversation, you’ll hear how the Facebook CEO feels about his company’s growing political and societal influence and how he thinks it should be balanced. Zuckerberg also opens up about his personal life and discusses how much screen time he allows his own children to have.

Oct 26, 2019
Is Trump's Syria Pullout Good News for Russia?
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Since withdrawing U.S. forces from Northern Syria and leaving our allies the Kurds to fend off Turkish fighters, President Trump has received backlash from both parties. Critics say the decision is good news for countries like Iran and Russia who could gain leverage in the region. But President Trump says it is time we “let someone else fight over this long, blood-stained sand.” So, who are the winners and losers after this week’s developments in Syria? Former CIA Chief of Station and FOX News Contributor Daniel Hoffman weighs in on the conflict in Syria.

Ty Pennington spent much of his career hosting home renovation reality shows. The TV personality has now turned his attention to helping small businesses. In the fourth season of Small Business Revolution, Pennington and his cohost Amanda Brinkman take their team to Searcy, Arkansas to revitalize the small town and help its mom and pop businesses. The cohosts join the podcast to talk about why the show is important to them, and what they are hoping to accomplish.

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by FOX News Sunday host, Chris Wallace.

Oct 25, 2019
“Total Violation Of The Constitution": Newt Gingrich Slams Democrats’ Closed-Door Impeachment Hearings
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President Trump isn’t the only one calling the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry a witch hunt. Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich says the Democrats’ investigation is unconstitutional and being run far differently than the impeachment of Bill Clinton that he spearheaded in 1998. Gingrich joins the Rundown to explain why he objects to the Democrats’ closed door hearings and to compare the current impeachment effort to the Salem witch trials.

Former Secretary of Veterans Affairs Dr. David Shulkin, who served during the beginning of the Trump Administration and was fired by President Trump via tweet, is out with a new book “It Shouldn’t Be This Hard to Serve Your Country.” Sec. Shulkin describes what it was like to work at the VA. He also discusses America’s veteran suicide epidemic and why so many people, including himself, are so frustrated when it comes to serving in Washington D.C.

Plus, commentary by Co-Host of the Tyrus and Timpf podcast, Kat Timpf.

Oct 24, 2019
Bret Baier on History, Donald Trump and Making Deals with the Devil
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Fox News chief political anchor Bret Baier believes Americans can learn a lot from their history. The host of “Special Report with Bret Baier” is out with a new book called “Three Days at the Brink” which tells the story of a secret meeting between world leaders at one of the key moments of World War II. Baier joins the podcast to discuss his new book and how it relates to politics today.

President Trump says the Democrats are taking too long to approve a new trade deal with Canada and Mexico. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that she thinks they’re getting closer. So what is holding up the USMCA and will its ratification be good for American workers? FOX Business Network’s Kristina Partsinevelos has an update on where the deal stands. Plus, a look at China trade, Facebook violating antitrust and more.

Plus, commentary by Daniel Krauthammer, writer and editor of his father's book “The Point of it All."

 

Oct 23, 2019
2016 Rematch?: Clinton’s Gabbard Swipe Fueling 2020 Speculation
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Hillary Clinton has inserted herself into the 2020 presidential campaign. Without mentioning Rep. Tulsi Gabbard by name, the 2016 Democrat nominee accused the Hawaii congresswoman of being a “Russian asset” out to sabotage the party. Besides creating a split among Democrats, Clinton’s comments are also fueling speculation she may be considering yet another presidential run. Mark Penn, chief strategist on Hillary Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign, joins the Rundown to give his reaction to the Clinton/Gabbard feud and speculation the former First Lady may want to run again.

Presidential candidate, billionaire and political outsider Tom Steyer thinks he has what it takes to take on President Trump in the 2020 election. Steyer discusses why he’s been pushing for President Trump’s impeachment. He also talks about his campaign and his recent debut on the debate stage in Ohio.

Plus, commentary by Former Utah Congressman and FOX News Contributor Jason Chaffetz.

Oct 22, 2019
Dana Perino Sits Down With Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg
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Facebook … if you’re  not on, you probably know somebody who is. More than two billion people use the social media platform every month. The company and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg also face regular scrutiny from lawmakers, the media and its own customers. In a rare, exclusive interview, Zuckerberg sits down with Fox News’ Dana Perino to defend his company and explain why he sees himself as a defender of free speech.

 

President Donald campaigned on defeating the opioid crisis. Since January 2018, Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar has spent a lot of energy on that goal. On the Fox News Rundown, HHS Sec. Azar gives an update on how the war on opioids is doing and how the administration is addressing the recent concerns over vaping.

Oct 21, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Why Sen. Rand Paul Takes On Democrats And Republicans
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At a time when Mr. Trump is facing a rapidly widening impeachment inquiry, and bipartisan criticism over his Syria policy, Senator Rand Paul has remained one of President’s biggest defenders.

Earlier this week, Senator Rand Paul sat down with Fox News Rundown host Dave Anthony to discuss the president’s most recent controversies and why he is standing by him through it all.

The Kentucky Republican said he has no concerns over the President’s infamous call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and thinks the controversy raises more questions about the Biden family. When it comes to Syria, Paul actually applauds the Administration’s controversial decision to withdraw troops from and went after his fellow Republicans who have objected to Trump’s Syria policy.

The Senator said both the Ukraine scandal and the ongoing conflict in northern Syria highlight why he objects to many of the foreign policy decisions made by both parties.

Sen. Paul also discussed his new book, The Case Against Socialism, in it he outlines the history of socialism and tries to explain its apparent growing popularity in America. He used the book to go after many of the Democrat’s 2020 presidential candidates and their ideas that he says are reminiscent of policies that have devastated socialist nations like Venezuela.

On Fox News Rundown Extra, you’ll hear our full interview with Senator Rand Paul. The interview also includes more of the Senator’s takes on the Democrat’s impeachment effort and the harsh words he had for his own colleague Senator Lindsay Graham, who has been a thorn in President Trump’s side lately.

Oct 19, 2019
Unfair? Is Trump Right to Complain About Impeachment?
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President Trump has called the impeachment inquiry unfair, but is this true? FOX’s Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano joins the podcast to discuss the process, and whether or not Democrats are following what is laid out in the Constitution. Plus, the Judge takes a look at the growing legal troubles of the president’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani.

TV host Mike Rowe is out with a new book “The Way I Heard It,” which is  a combination of episodes from his podcast and a memoir of his own life. Rowe joins the FOX News Rundown to discuss what it was like working on ”Dirty Jobs” and QVC,  and why he sees much of his career as a love letter to his grandfather.

Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by FOX News Sunday host, Chris Wallace.

Oct 18, 2019
On the Front Lines in Syria
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Turkey has been attacking Kurdish forces for over a week. President Trump’s decision to withdraw US troops from Northern Syria is still being criticized by both Democrats and Republicans. There’s now a diplomatic effort to stop the fighting. FOX’s Steve Harrigan is reporting from the war zone, and he discusses the devastation and how the people on the ground are reacting.

Self-defense laws like “Stand Your Ground” and the “Castle Doctrine” have been put under the microscope lately due to fatal shootings. A recent study suggests the “Stand Your Ground” law specifically is linked to more violent crimes, including homicides. Florida constitutional attorney Eric Friday and President of Brady United Kris Brown debate whether these laws are actually protecting the public or causing more harm.

Plus, commentary by Reason Editor, Robby Soave.

Oct 17, 2019
Standing By Trump: Senator Rand Paul on Impeachment, Syria, and Socialism
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Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) is standing by President Trump. At a time the president is facing a rapidly widening impeachment inquiry, and bipartisan criticism over his Syria policy the Kentucky Republican remains one of the presidents vocal defenders. Senator Rand Paul joins the Rundown to discuss why and to express his concerns over the growing popularity of socialism among young voters.

President Trump has touted a “very substantial” phase-one deal with China that will benefit farmers, as the high stakes trade negotiations between U.S. and China continue. FOX Business Network Correspondent Edward Lawrence discusses what is included in phase-one of the deal and when the U.S. and China will move forward with phase-two.

Plus, commentary by FOX News Contributor and FOX Nation host Tammy Bruce.

Oct 16, 2019
The Battle in the Buckeye State: Round Four of the Democrat Debates comes to Ohio
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A dozen Democratic presidential hopefuls are set to take the debate stage in Ohio tonight. Juan Williams, Co-host of “The Five” gives us his take on what the candidates who are polling lower need to do to stand out in this fourth debate.

The California Consumer Privacy Protection Act, the toughest data privacy law in the country goes into effect on January 1st. The law will protect consumers from having their data being collected and sold without their knowledge. It will also require businesses to disclose what personal data they collect and inform consumers about data sharing practices. TokenEx Head of Privacy and Compliance Solutions John Noltensmeyer and Senior Director of Public Policy at the Interactive Advertising Bureau Alex Propes discuss how this new California law will impact businesses in the future.

Plus commentary by, host of Trish Regan Primetime on the FOX Business Network, Trish Regan.

Oct 15, 2019
Testing Loyalties: Trump Faces Rare Republican Rebuke Over Syria
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President Trump is facing a lot of criticism after he acted on his election promise to bring troops home and stop “endless wars.” Tom Bevan, President of RealClearPolitics, weighs on the political fallout from Trump’s decision to withdraw troops from Northern Syria and how that could impact his 2020 re-election and the rapidly developing impeachment fight.

 

Academy Award-winning producer Brian Grazer’s movies have grossed over $13 billion. His list of hit TV shows include “Arrested Development,”  “24,” and “Empire.” The Hollywood legend and the man behind such films as “Apollo 11” and “A Beautiful Mind,” says one of the major keys to his incredible success is simple. Grazer joins the Fox News Rundown to reveal some of his secrets, share some incredible stories and discuss his new book, “Face to Face: The Art of Human Connection.”

 

Plus, commentary by FOX News Contributor Donna Brazile.

Oct 14, 2019
Impeachment Then & Now: Ken Starr Compares Clinton and Trump
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Over 25 years ago, Ken Starr was appointed to investigate Bill and Hillary Clinton’s role in the Whitewater scandal. The probe into the Arkansas real-estate deal would eventually expand in to other controversies involving President Clinton. Five years after it started, Starr’s report would lead to impeachment hearings that divided the country.

This week, the Democrats continued to ramp up their impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, subpoenaing more members of his administration and holding a closed-door deposition on Friday with Marie Yovanovitch, the former American ambassador to Ukraine.

Earlier this week, the former Independent Counsel joined Fox News Rundown host Jessica Rosenthal to look back at his role in the Clinton impeachment and how that period in history compares to the current investigation into the President.

On Tuesday’s segment, Starr said he believed President trump showed “poor judgment” during his now infamous call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. However he does not think his behavior justifies an impeachment hearing that he feels will only divide the country and distract it from solving more pressing problems.
“Impeachment is hell,” Starr said. “We should not be putting the country through this.”

Starr says one lesson Democrats and all Americans should have learned from the Clinton impeachment is that American voters do not want their elections overturned. Even if the president has committed a felony.

On the Fox News Rundown Extra, you will hear the full conversation with Ken Starr as he compares the case against President Clinton to the case against President Trump. He looks at politics then and now. He also speculates on the likelihood of President Trump being removed from office and what key Republican would have to cross the aisle for the scenario to happen.

Oct 12, 2019
Bret Baier Does the Impeachment Math
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The Democrats continue to charge ahead with their inquiry and putting pressure on the President by subpoenaing more members of his administration. At the same time, a new Fox News poll shows 51 percent want the president impeached and removed from office. But does that mean the impeachment math is starting to swing in the Democrat’s favor?  FOX’s Bret Baier weighs in on the latest Fox News polls and the impact of the impeachment inquiry and the Syria situation on the 2020  election.

 

More than two million Americans are now believed to be dealing with some sort of opioid addiction. In a new three-part documentary streaming on Fox Nation, “America’s Opioid Conspiracy: Pills, Payoffs and Pain”, Fox News contributor and practicing physician Nicole Saphier takes a look at how this crisis began. Dr. Saphier joins the podcast to discuss the film and why she thinks pharmaceutical companies have made the opioid epidemic worse by misleading both doctors and patients about their powerful drugs.

 

Don't miss the good news with FOX's Tonya J. Powers. 

 

Plus, commentary by FOX News contributor and the host of 'Reality Check' on FOX Nation, David Webb. 

Oct 11, 2019
Leaker Arrested! Is the Trump Administration Sending a Message?
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An employee at the Defense Intelligence Agency was arrested Wednesday on charges he leaked sensitive national security information to two journalists. The Justice Department says it is sending a message: "If you leak info, you will be prosecuted." What impact will this case have on journalists and their anonymous sources? Fox News Department of Justice producer Jake Gibson discusses the significance of this case and weighs in on reports the Durham investigation into origins of the 2016 Trump campaign surveillance has been expanded.

Southwest pilot and former Navy fighter pilot, Tammie Jo Shults  was hailed a hero after she made an emergency plane landing after a deadly engine explosion back on April 17, 2018. She joins today’s podcast to discuss what happened that day on Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 and her book, “Nerves of Steel”.

Plus, commentary by national bestselling author of "The Graduate Survival Guide" Anthony O'Neal.

Oct 10, 2019
Backlash: Why Trump's Syria Decision is Dividing the GOP
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President Trump is standing by his decision to withdraw troops from Northern Syria amid backlash from his own party. Republicans including Senator Lindsey Graham say a pullout would harm our allies and give a boost to the terror group ISIS. Mr. Trump however says he was elected to stop endless wars. Fox News senior strategic analyst Gen. Jack Keane discusses the possible consequences of the president's Syria decision and why it has created such a backlash.

A tweet by the Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey supporting protesters in Hong Kong has caused a widespread controversy between the U.S. and the Chinese and threatens the NBA’s strong business relationship with China. FOX Business Network’s Susan Li weighs in on the controversy and how China’s restrictive government is impacting America’s sports and entertainment industries.

Plus, commentary by "The Guy Benson Show" host, Guy Benson.

Oct 09, 2019
“Impeachment is Hell:” Ken Starr’s Warning to Democrats
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Democrats are moving forward with their impeachment inquiry into President Trump. Three committees - the House Foreign Affairs, Intelligence and Oversight - have scheduled depositions for this week and subpoenaed more documents regarding the president’s dealings with Ukraine. Former independent counsel Ken Starr gives his take on the impeachment inquiry and explains why he thinks it’s not a good move for our country.

A true health scare or hysteria? An apparent outbreak of illnesses and even deaths reportedly being linked to vaping has caused a nationwide crackdown. Retailers are pulling e-cigarettes from their shelves and states are banning some products. Defenders of vaping warn severe restrictions of related products could drive some Americans back to traditional smoking - something they say is far more dangerous. Is the increased scrutiny of vaping justified?  Fox News Medical Correspondent Doctor Marc Seigel and Executive Director for the Vapor Technology Association Tony Abboud weigh in.

Plus, commentary by Senior Director of Research at Bustle.com and FOX News Contributor Jessica Tarlov.

Oct 08, 2019
Immigration, Guns and Abortion: The Big Cases Coming to the Supreme Court
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Today the Supreme Court will begin its new term and will be tackling some of the most controversial topics. Immigration, abortion, guns and LGBTQ are all on the docket. FOX’s Supreme Court producer Bill Mears discusses the new term and how the Supreme Court’s decision on these hot topic issues will impact the 2020 presidential election.

It’s been two years since the Las Vegas massacre, where 59 people were killed and hundreds were wounded. MGM Resorts and the victims reached a settlement last week, with MGM agreeing to pay up to 800-million dollars to the victims. Former ATF Special Agent Jill Snyder, was in charge of the investigation into the Las Vegas shooting and she explains what MGM did wrong and what could be done to prevent future mass shootings.

Plus commentary by former AK Governor and FOX News Contributor Mike Huckabee.

Oct 07, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Bill Hemmer on Covering The News in 2019
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Heated news conferences. Partisan battles over Impeachment. Accusations of treason. It was a wild news week.

But to Fox News’ Bill Hemmer it was just another week at work.

Ever since the Democrats announced their impeachment inquiry last month, the developments out of Washington have been fast, complex and sometimes… fake. For three hours a day on the Fox News Channel, it’s Hemmer’s job to sort through facts and speculation and deliver viewers a fair and balanced news cast. It’s not easy.

Thursday on the Fox News Rundown, host Jessica Rosenthal sat down with the America Newsroom anchor to discuss how he does was he does and what it’s like working in the cable news business during these tumultuous times.

While covering the news is always a challenge, the veteran journalist says the ‘seriousness’ of an impeachment battle has raised the stakes for him and his colleagues. He feels the American people are relying on him to hear the truth at a time when there is a lot of “smoke”, as he calls it, coming out of Washington.

Hemmer also discussed the ongoing investigations related to the 2016 election, the allegations surrounding the Biden family and clears up some common misconceptions many Americans have about everything that’s been going on.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra, you’ll hear more from Hemmer, including some of the stories he believes are being underreported due to the vastness of the impeachment coverage. 

Oct 05, 2019
Mark Sanford: Trump's Biggest Vulnerability is the Economy NOT Impeachment
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Former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford is one of the three GOP 2020 candidates challenging President Trump for the presidential nomination. Governor Sanford, unlike his fellow Republican challengers is against impeachment. He explains why and what the inquiry means for his campaign.

The release of the new film “Joker” has moviegoers on edge across the country. Many worry the movie could inspire violence and potential mass shootings. Former senior FBI profiler Dr. Mary Ellen O'Toole discusses if the film could encourage violence and if the media plays a role in all of this.

Don't miss the good news with FOX's Anna Eliopoulos.

Plus, commentary by FOX News Sunday host, Chris Wallace.

Oct 04, 2019
Bill Hemmer Breaks the Fourth Wall
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FOX’s Bill Hemmer, is the co-anchor of America’s Newsroom and one of the network’s top breaking news anchors. Bill joins today’s podcast to discuss what it’s like covering the biggest news in politics and the current impeachment inquiry against President Trump.

The Trump Administration announced it will be ending the 'catch and release' policy at the border as part of its immigration reform effort. Acting Director of the Citizenship and Immigration Services office Ken Cuccinelli explains what this means for immigrants who now try cross the U.S. border illegally.

Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, head writer for "Kennedy" on FOX Business.

Oct 03, 2019
Former Democratic Senator: Impeachment Effort Will Accelerate Decline of…Joe Biden
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Former Senator Robert Torricelli (D-NJ) served in the Senate during the Clinton Impeachment trial in 1999. He joins the podcast to compare the case against President Clinton to the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.  He also explains why he believes the president doesn’t have as much to worry about as former Vice President Joe Biden.

Former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger was found guilty of murder on Tuesday for fatally shooting her unarmed neighbor, Botham Jean in his apartment while mistaking it for hers.  FOX’s Casey Stegall and former prosecutor and trial attorney Debbie Hines discuss the trial and the jury’s verdict.

Plus, commentary by writer and author Stephen L. Miller.

Oct 02, 2019
Sen. Ted Cruz and Mark Cuban on Impeachment, 2020 and 2024
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Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) isn’t surprised by the Democrat’s recent impeachment push. He’s been predicting it for a year. He joins the Rundown to discuss how he thinks it will play out, and his plans for 2020 and 2024.

Dallas Mavericks owner and billionaire investor Mark Cuban weighs in on the impeachment inquiry against President Trump, the China trade war and how it impacts American businesses. He tells us how feels about the possibility of paying more taxes if a Democrat wins the 2020 presidential election and about California’s new bill that will allow athletes within the state to get paid from endorsements.

Plus, commentary by Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett.

Oct 01, 2019
Impeachment Push: Trump’s Ticket To A Second Term?
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The impeachment inquiry is overshadowing the 2020 presidential race as it rapidly moves forward in the House and new details come to light. Will the Democrats’ impeachment push backfire and help President Trump win re-election? FOX News Contributor Richard Fowler and former GOP Spokesperson Kevin Sheridan discuss how we got here and what may happen next.

 

Senator Elizabeth Warren's rise in the Democratic Party presidential polls is making some in the financial world nervous. According to reports, her stance against corporate America has some Wall Street Democrats threatening to sit out in 2020 – or even vote for President Trump – if Warren is the nominee. But with a study suggesting income inequality is only getting worse, could Warren’s politics help her chances of being president? FOX Business anchor Charles Payne joins the Rundown to discuss Wall Street’s concerns with Warren.

 

Plus, commentary by Co-Host of the Tyrus and Timpf podcast, Kat Timpf.

Sep 30, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Rudy Giuliani Lets Loose!
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The Whistleblower controversy is dominating the headlines and could put Donald Trump’s Presidency in jeopardy.

Rudy Giuliani, one of the key figures at the center of the latest White House scandal, joined the Fox News Rundown this week to talk about it. And he had a lot to say.

On Thursday’s podcast, Giuliani sat down with host Dave Anthony to defend the President against allegations he had inappropriately pressured the Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter.

Those allegations made in a whistleblower’s complaint released earlier this week led to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi launching an official impeachment inquiry into President Trump. Something the Democrat leader had put off for months despite pressure from many members of her party.

The President’s personal attorney vehemently disputed claims the President’s phone call with Zelensky included an offer of a ‘quid pro quo’ or violated any laws. However, he defended Trump’s effort to have the Ukrainians look in to the Biden’s family and rejected the arguments made some legal experts that this request alone is a federal crime.

Giuliani has made it his mission for months to expose what he calls the ‘dishonesty’ and ‘corruption’ of the Biden family. On the Rundown, He laid out a long detailed case against the former Vice President and his son, accusing them of money laundering and using their political influence to get rich. The former federal prosecutor’s list of allegations against Joe and Hunter Biden was so long and complex, we couldn’t fit it all in to a single segment.

On the Fox News Rundown Extra this week, you will learn more about Giuliani’s role in the events that led to this week’s controversy.  You will also hear his plans to uncover a conspiracy that includes the Democrats, liberal billionaire George Soros and the 2016 election. 

The New York City mayor also explains why he thinks the Democrats’ effort to impeach the President will backfire and actually help the Republican party in 2020.

There was a lot to unravel. Here is your chance to hear everything Rudy Giuliani had to say.

Sep 28, 2019
Trump Has “Met His Match”: Judge Napolitano On Whistleblower Complaint
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The Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire is pushing back on accusations that he mishandled the whistleblower complaint alleging President Trump pressured Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden. Democrats are claiming “cover up,” while the president says this controversy is  a “fantasy” intended to hurt the Republican Party. FOX's Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on the Democrats’ impeachment push, and if the whistleblower’s complaint suggests a crime took place.

This week Democrats ramped up their calls for impeachment with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announcing a formal impeachment inquiry into President Trump. RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel push from the Democrats and looks ahead to the 2020 presidential campaign.

Don't miss the good news with FOX's Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by "The Todd Starnes Show" host Todd Starnes.

Sep 27, 2019
Rudy Giuliani: Ukraine Controversy Damages Biden Not Trump
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The rough transcript of President Trump’s July phone call with the leader of Ukraine is now out. Several times in the transcript, the president mentions that Ukraine should be in touch with his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani. Giuliani explains why he thinks the Democrats accusations against the president are falling apart, and why there should be more attention focused on former Vice President Joe Biden.

It’s the battle of the Democratic front-runners. According to the new Quinnipiac poll, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is now ahead of former Vice President Joe Biden, the first time she’s taken the lead in a national survey. Fox News Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt weighs in on the latest numbers and if this is the beginning of the end for Biden.

Plus, commentary by FOX Business Network anchor and host of "We're Momming Today" podcast, Lauren Simonetti.

Sep 26, 2019
IMPEACHMENT FIGHT: Sen. Scott, Rep. Biggs and Rep. Gabbard React
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced a formal impeachment inquiry of President Trump. Pelosi charged the president had violated the law by allegedly pressuring Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter during a July phone call.  Senator Rick Scott (R-FL) Congressman Andy Biggs (R-AZ) and Democrat Strategist Leslie Marshall weigh in.

The calls to impeach President Trump may be growing even louder, but Congresswoman and presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) thinks these efforts will only make our nation more divided. She explains why, and how she hopes to stand out in the campaign.

Plus, commentary by former aide to Senator Chuck Schumer and radio host Chris Hahn.

Sep 25, 2019
Maria Bartiromo: A Machine May Take Your Job This Decade
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FOX’s Maria Bartiromo has been investigating the developments of artificial intelligence for her new documentary Artificial Intelligence: The Coming Revolution. She joins the podcast to discuss what she found, and how these advances in technology will be impacting the work force and economy.

The coal industry continues to decline at a rapid pace, despite President Trump’s efforts to keep it going. What implications could the industry’s downward spiral have on the economy and the 2020 race? FOX’s Dan Springer discusses coal’s decline and how it’s impacting mining communities. Then, Director of Rhodium Group John Larsen, who specializes in clean energy policy and market trends, explains why its economically cheaper to move toward renewable energy than to try to save the coal industry.

Plus, commentary by former Senator Jim DeMint.

Sep 24, 2019
'Whistleblower Controversy’ A Big Problem For Joe Biden?
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President Trump has been pushing back on allegations that he asked the Ukrainian leader to investigate the son of former VP Joe Biden that came from a whistleblower. Democrats are once again calling for impeachment, but could this scandal also impact Biden’s presidential campaign? Iona College Political Science Professor Dr. Jeanne Zaino weighs in on the potential political fallout.

 

There’s a movement to get college athletes paid … and the NCAA doesn’t like it. A bill passed in California would allow college players to make money from endorsements. A New York proposal would go even further, allowing them to hire agents and get a cut from the their school’s athletic department’s revenues. What does this mean for the future of college sports? Jared Max, Fox News Headlines 24/7's sports reporter, breaks its down.

 

Plus, commentary by FOX's Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.

Sep 23, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Ken Burns "Goes Country”
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In his new documentary series “Country Music,” filmmaker Ken Burns explores the history and culture of the genre that is beloved by so many people across the U.S.. While its songs top the pop charts now, the 16-hour film uses rare footage and some of American music’s biggest stars to detail how country began and has evolved over the centuries.

Earlier this week, Ken Burns joined Fox News Rundown host Lisa Brady to discusses his inspiration for the film and why he thinks this genre of music is something that can help unite our divided nation. The segment included the documentarian sharing incredible stories about American icons Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard and Hank Williams. The creator behind such classic docuseries “The Civil War” and “Baseball” even opened about how the death of his mother inspired him to make movies.

There were so many incredible anecdotes, we couldn’t fit them all in.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra this week, you’ll hear our full interview with Ken Burns and more of the historian’s insightful and sometimes heart melting stories about country stars like Dolly Parton and Loretta Lynn.

In the extended version, learn why Dwight Yoakem broke down crying while filming an interview about Merle Haggard. And Burns also reveals some of the faces he’d put on his “Mt. Rushmore of country music.”

Sep 21, 2019
Dennis Rodman on his Friendships with President Trump and Kim Jong-un
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NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman is known for controversy both on and off the court. Now, Rodman and his agent Darren Prince are featured in a new ESPN 30 for 30 documentary called "Rodman: For Better or Worse." Rodman discusses his new documentary, his past struggles with addiction and his two unlikely friendships with President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.

A new FOX News Poll shows 48% of Americans are nervous about the economy. Stephen Moore, former senior economic advisor for President Trump, and Mark Zandi, chief economist of Moody's Analytics discuss if their concerns about the economy are justified.

Don't miss the good news with FOX's Tonya J. Powers.

Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Tom Shillue.

Sep 20, 2019
Corey Lewandowski: “I Feel No Obligation to be More Honest than the Media is with Me”
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Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski testified on Tuesday for five hours before the Democrat–led House Judiciary Committee in its first impeachment hearing. Lewandowski joins today’s podcast to discuss his hearing including his comment about having “no obligation to be honest to the media.”

American businessman and TV personality Tilman Fertitta has built an empire as the owner and chairman of one of the largest restaurant corporations in the US and the NBA’s Houston Rockets. He thinks the economy is in better shape than what some headlines suggest. He joins the podcast to share his story and why President Trump deserves some of the credit for a good economy.

Plus, commentary by columnist at The Washington Post and FOX News contributor, Marc Thiessen.

Sep 19, 2019
Rep. Kevin McCarthy: Democrats Impeachment Push ‘Inept’ and ‘Embarrassing’
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The House of Representatives pushed forward with its investigation into impeachment yesterday after issuing a subpoena to get former Trump Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski to testify. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy explains why he thinks the Democratic party is wasting its time and putting their personal feelings ahead of the country.

Nearly 50,000 members of the United Auto Workers went on strike this week against General Motors. Is this latest labor dispute a sign of trouble for America’s auto industry? Fox Business Network’s Kristina Partsinevelos spoke to some of GM’s striking employees in Arlington, Texas and shares their concerns about the industry’s future. Plus, “The Car Coach” Lauren Fix and founder of Rebeccadrives.com, Rebecca Lindland discuss how changes in the global market and in consumer tastes are making the future more challenging for companies like GM.

Plus, commentary by Democratic Strategist and FOX News Contributor Leslie Marshall.

Sep 18, 2019
Deadly Drones: The Warfare of Tomorrow
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The fears of combat drones have now become a reality. US Officials have told FOX News that the recent attack on Saudi oil facilities included the use of unmanned military aircraft. Is drone technology the future of warfare? Strategic Advisor for WhiteFox Defense Brett Velicovich used drones as a US Army Intelligence and Special Operations Soldier, and he discusses why he thinks this technology will be the future of warfare.

In his new 16-hour documentary series “Country Music,” filmmaker Ken Burns explores the history and culture of country music that is beloved by so many people across the US, from its beginning to its present day evolution. Burns joins today’s podcast to discuss his inspiration for the film and why he thinks this genre of music is something that can help unite our divided nation.

Plus, commentary by FOX News contributor Liz Peek.

 

Sep 17, 2019
Renewed Gulf Tensions Latest Test For President Trump, American Economy
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Saudi oil fields attacked, and commentary by Steve Forbes
Sep 16, 2019
Former Press Secretary For Two Presidents Discusses War, Scandals and The Press
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In our full interview, Marlin Fitzwater, former press secretary for President's Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, shares more firsthand stories from his experience inside the White House.
Sep 14, 2019
Security v. Civil Liberties
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The FBI created a terror screening center which produced a database, or a ‘watch list,’ for known or suspected terrorists. Plus, commentary by Jaimie La Bella.
Sep 13, 2019
Marianne Williamson: “People Need Time To Think This Through”
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Marianne Williamson explains why she’s disappointed, that she didn't make the debate stage tonight. Plus, commentary by Arnon Mishkin.
Sep 12, 2019
Remembering September 11th
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Today marks the 18th anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks. Plus, commentary by Andrew McCarthy.
Sep 11, 2019
“Train wreck”: Congressman Collins Bashes Impeachment Efforts
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House Democrats are preparing to formally define their impeachment probe into President Trump. Plus, commentary by Stephen L. Miller.
Sep 10, 2019
A Look Ahead To The Busy Week In Politics
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President Trump faces another challenger for the White House, and commentary by Deroy Murdock
Sep 09, 2019
FOX News Rundown Extra: Joe Namath Opens Up About his Former Struggles with Alcohol Addiction
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This week is the official start of the NFL season. Earlier this summer, we spoke to Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Namath about his new book "All the Way: My Life in Four Quarters." On the FOX News Rundown Extra we bring you Dave Anthony's full interview with the former NFL player. Namath opens up about his life as a New York Jet, and how he overcame his serious drinking problem.  
Sep 07, 2019
Heated Trade Talks to Resume
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U.S. and China are scheduled to meet for negotiations next month. Plus, commentary by Chris Wallace.
Sep 06, 2019
GOP Wave of Retirements
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More republicans have announced they will not be seeking reelection in 2020. Plus, commentary by Jared Max.
Sep 05, 2019
iPhone Hack Attack
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Google says malicious websites were used to hack into iPhones. Plus, commentary by former Congressman Jason Chaffetz.
Sep 04, 2019
Can The Polls Be Trusted?
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The state of the 2020 race, and commentary by Mike Huckabee
Sep 03, 2019
The State Of The Unions: Will Big Labor Be A Force In The 2020 Race?
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The impact of the labor movement, and commentary by Matt Palumbo
Sep 02, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Bomb-Thrower Joe Walsh Targets President Donald Trump
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Our full, unedited interview with conservative Trump critic and republican presidential candidate Joe Walsh.
Aug 31, 2019
‘Light-Years Ahead’: Trump Campaign Feeling Good About 2020
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As the 2020 presidential race heats up from both sides, the Trump Campaign feels confident about the president's reelection. Director of Strategic Communications Marc Lotter discusses why the President isn't concerned with early polls, talks of a looming recession or any of his potential opponents. Plus, Lotter weighs in on President Trump's recent criticisms of Fox News. The Southeastern U.S. is preparing for the worst as Hurricane Dorian is expected to intensify before possibly hitting the mainland this Labor Day weekend. Fox's Chief meteorologist Rick Reichmuth has the latest on the storm's path and FOX's Miami-based correspondent Phil Keating discusses how Florida residents are preparing before the storm makes landfall. Don't miss the good news with FOX's Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by FOX News Sunday host, Chris Wallace.  
Aug 30, 2019
Why Joe Walsh Turned on President Donald Trump
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President Donald Trump has a new challenger pushing against his attempt to get reelected. Plus, commentary by Tomi Lahren.
Aug 29, 2019
Long-Shot Democratic Candidate John Delaney On Why He Won’t Quit
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Former Congressman John Delaney explains why he’s not giving up. Plus, commentary by Jonathan Morris.
Aug 28, 2019
President Trump Makes a Big Splash on the World Stage
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President Trump finished up his third G-7 summit in Biarritz, France. Plus, commentary by Mary Anne Walsh.
Aug 27, 2019
New Conservative Challenger a Sign Of Trouble For President Trump?
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The 2020 Race for the White House, and commentary by Emily Compagno
Aug 26, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Joe Lieberman’s Warning For Democrats
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Our full, unedited interview with former Senator Joe Lieberman.
Aug 24, 2019
Relaunched: The New Nuclear Arms Race with Russia
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A mysterious explosion in Northern Russia led to speculation that the nation was testing a new nuclear weapon. Plus, commentary by Kat Timpf.
Aug 23, 2019
“Great Disloyalty”: Lieberman Slams President Trump’s Swipe At Jewish Democrats
President Trump has doubled down on claims that Jewish Americans who vote Democrat are disloyal to Israel. The president has been trying to tie the Democrat Party to two Congresswomen who support a boycott of Israel. However, several Jewish American groups have condemned the President's "disloyalty" remarks, some even calling them anti-Semitic. Former Democratic Senator Joe Lieberman, the first and only Jewish candidate on a major party's presidential ticket in US history, joins the Rundown to weigh in on the President's comments and concerns that support for Israel is now becoming a partisan issue. PLUS: FOX's Trey Yingst reports from Jerusalem on how Israelis are responding to this. Police Officer suicides are up. That's according to multiple advocacy groups who are urging departments across the country to address this growing problem. On the Fox News Rundown, police psychologist Ellen Kirschman and retired NYPD detective Thomas Ruskin discuss why they think more cops are ending their lives and what efforts can be made to get them help before it's too late. And ... Commentary by Todd Starnes, host of The Todd Starnes Show on Fox News Talk
Aug 22, 2019
Homeless Crisis Raises Gross Public Health Concerns
The homelessness crisis in America is getting worse. Plus, commentary by Juan Williams.
Aug 21, 2019
A Battle For Democracy
The Hong Kong protests show no signs of stopping. Plus, commentary by Pastor Greg Laurie.
Aug 20, 2019
If The Economy Sinks, Will President Trump Too?
A recession’s potential impact on politics, and commentary by Judge Napolitano
Aug 19, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Rudy Giuliani Unfiltered
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani doesn't hold back on President Trump's foes during our full, unfiltered interview.
Aug 17, 2019
The Democratic Herd Thins
Former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper says he is ending his 2020 presidential campaign. Plus, commentary by Lauren Simonetti.
Aug 16, 2019
The Mooch is on Fire
Anthony Scaramucci's ongoing feud with President Trump. Plus, commentary by Gregg Jarett.
Aug 15, 2019
Rudy Giuliani On Impeachment, Biden’s Gaffes, and Jeffrey Epstein
Rudy Giuliani on what happened with Jeffrey Epstein and the possibility of President Trump being impeached. Plus, commentary by Chris Hahn.
Aug 14, 2019
The Jeffrey Epstein Story Is Far From Over
As Americans continue to raise questions regarding the apparent suicide of accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, Attorney General William Barr vowed Monday to get to the bottom of what happened. Bernard Kerik, former New York City police commissioner, explains why Barr and others are so shocked one of the country's highest-profile federal prisoners could end his own life. Then, attorney Spencer Kuvin, who represented four Epstein accusers, discusses the criminal and civil cases that will continue despite the disgraced financier's death. In an effort to curb America's opioid epidemic, some states are allowing families to force loved ones into treatment through court orders. In Hampden County, Massachusetts some of those patients may even find themselves in a section of the county jail. Hampden County Sheriff Nick Cocchi explains why he thinks his tough tactics are working, while Bonnie Tenneriello of Prisoners' Legal Services tells the Rundown why this approach goes too far. Plus, commentary by Marc Thiessen, Fox News contributor and a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute
Aug 12, 2019
How Jeffrey Epstein’s Death Might Cast A Shadow Over the 2020 Presidential Race
The shadow of Epstein and commentary by Van Hipp
Aug 12, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Gary Sinise’s Passions
Actor Gary Sinise has spent decades devoting his life to returning veterans. We find out why in our full interview.
Aug 09, 2019
Geraldo Rivera On Being Face-to-Face With Charles Manson
Interviewing Charles Manson, and commentary by Tyrus
Aug 09, 2019
The Battle Over President Trump’s Tax Returns
The fight over President Trump's tax returns continues. California's law requiring presidential primary candidates to release their tax returns or be kept off the ballot was challenged in federal court this week by the Trump campaign. Fox News Senior Judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in on the legal fight and whether or not the President's tax returns will ever be public. Nearly 18 years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, 14-thousand Americans troops still remain in Afghanistan. According to reports, President Trump told advisers he wants to bring those troops home by the 2020 election. Akram Gizabi, Chairman of the World Hazara Council and an Afghanistan-born activist, says the US is making a big mistake holding peace talks with the Taliban. Gizabi joins the Rundown to explain why. Plus, commentary by Former Utah Republican congressman and Fox News contributor Jason Chaffetz
Aug 08, 2019
Would More Laws Stop A Mass Shooter?
As we continue to learn more of what happened over the weekend in Dayton, OH and El Paso, TX, we turn to the discussion of gun control. There's a renewed call for stricter laws, but what new legislation - if any - could have prevented the latest mass shootings? President of Brady United Against Gun Violence, Kris Brown, and guns rights attorney Edwin Walker debate some of the proposals being floated by the White House and others. The trade war between the United States and China continues to escalate. The markets are rattled. Should Americans be too? And what could a drawn out trade conflict with China mean for President Trump's reelection hopes? Liz Claman, host of Fox Business Network's The Claman Countdown, says we're already in a protracted trade war and she joins the Rundown to explain why there is a lot at stake for both President Trump and the US economy. Plus, commentary by national press secretary for President Donald Trump's 2020 re-election campaign, Kayleigh McEnany.
Aug 07, 2019
Latest Mass Shootings Have Americans Asking, “Why?”…Again
A weekend of mass shootings, and commentary by Abby Hornacek
Aug 06, 2019
The Politics of Mass Shootings
How mass shootings may influence the 2020 campaigns, and commentary by Kristin Tate
Aug 05, 2019
FOX NEWS RUNDOWN EXTRA: Why Democratic Candidate Rep. Seth Moulton Isn’t Quitting
Earlier this week,  Democratic Candidate Rep. Seth Moulton joined the Fox News Rundown to preview this week's Democratic debates. Debates he did not qualify for. On the Fox News Rundown EXTRA, we bring you our full interview with Rep. Moulton where he gives his take on Speaker Nancy Pelosi's feud with "The Squad", impeaching the President (he supports it), and why he has concerns about the Democrats beating Donald Trump in 2020. The Massachusetts Congressman and Marine veteran also discusses his combat service and why he continues his campaign despite low poll numbers and not qualifying for any of the debates. ]
Aug 02, 2019
Why 23 Republicans Defied the President on Budget Bill
The Senate approved a two-year budget bill that will raise spending limits and prevents a government shutdown. Plus, commentary by Charlie Hurt.
Aug 02, 2019
What’s Really Going on in Baltimore?
Nick Mosby, Maryland State Delegate, shares his perspective on what is really happening in Baltimore. Plus, commentary by Tom Shillue.
Aug 01, 2019
Can Any Democrat Sink Joe Biden?
Juan Williams previews the Democratic candidates as they go into the second night of debates. Plus, commentary by Michael Goodwin.
Jul 31, 2019
Bret Baier Previews Night One Of The Democratic Debate
Twenty Democratic presidential candidates will gather for the second round of debates tonight and tomorrow. FOX's Chief Political Anchor Bret Baier and Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA) preview the first night. PLUS: FOX Business Network Anchor Charles Payne on this week's Fed meeting.
Jul 30, 2019
An Exclusive Tour Inside an ICE Detention Center
Touring an ICE detention center, and commentary by Jessica Tarlov
Jul 29, 2019
Fox News Rundown Extra: Former Acting AG Opens Up About Working For President Trump, Coping With ‘Fake News’
Matthew Whitaker, oversaw the Mueller investigation as Acting Attorney General from November 2018 to February of this year. Earlier this week, Whitaker joined the Fox News Rundown to discuss Robert Mueller's testimony before two House committees. On the Fox News Rundown Extra we bring you Chris Foster's full interview with Whitaker. Hear firsthand what it was like to work for President Donald Trump during a very tumultuous time for the White House. The former acting AG also discusses being forced to cope with 'fake news' and the realization that his own colleagues were leaking false stories about him.
Jul 26, 2019
Now What? Former Acting AG On Mueller Hearing Fallout
Mueller hearing fallout. Plus, commentary by Robby Soave.
Jul 26, 2019
Mueller Testifies.
Recap of Robert Mueller's testimony on Capitol Hill. Plus, commentary by Don Jamieson.
Jul 25, 2019
Did the UK Just Elect their Donald Trump?
Boris Johnson won the race to become the United Kingdom’s next Prime Minister. Plus, commentary by Leslie Marshall.
Jul 24, 2019
Will Mueller’s Testimony Move the Needle?
Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller is set to testify before Congress. Plus, commentary by Sean Spicer.
Jul 23, 2019
Good Politics?: Trump’s Feud With The Squad Continues
POTUS continues to fight The Squad, and commentary by Lisa Boothe
Jul 22, 2019
The Fox News Rundown Extra: The Last Man to Step On The Moon
Astronaut Harrison Schmitt is the twelfth and final man to ever step onto the moon. Earlier this week, Schmitt joined the Fox News Rundown to discuss the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, and his own experience as a member of Apollo 17. On The Fox News Rundown Extra we bring Dave Anthony's full interview with Harrison Schmitt and allow you to hear more about what it's like to travel in space and be one of the very few humans to ever walk on the moon. ]
Jul 20, 2019
Looking Back and Looking Ahead 50 Years After the First Moon Landing
Tomorrow marks the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 landing on the surface of the moon. Plus, commentary by Chris Wallace.
Jul 19, 2019
The Citizenship Question Battle Is Dead….Or Is It?
The fight over the including the controversial citizenship question in the Census rages on. Plus, commentary by Cal Thomas.
Jul 18, 2019
Biden: “If You Like Your Health Care Plan … You Can Keep It”
Former Vice President Joe Biden unveiled his health care plan this week. Plus, commentary by Former California Congresswoman Jane Harmon.  
Jul 17, 2019
Ex-Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on Selling Conservatism in the Trump Era
Former Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker says he will not be running for office in 2022. Plus, commentary by Kat Timpf.
Jul 16, 2019
Should President Trump Be Troubled By Latest Polls?
Trump fights for the top, and commentary by Judge Napolitano
Jul 15, 2019
President Trump Sidesteps Census Fight
President Trump backs down from adding the citizenship question to the 2020 Census. Plus, commentary by Karol Markowicz.
Jul 12, 2019
The Fight Over Giving Illegal Immigrants Access to Free Health Care and Driver’s Licenses
California becomes the first state in the nation to provide healthcare to illegal immigrants. Plus, commentary by Juan Williams.
Jul 11, 2019
Ross Perot’s Legacy
Billionaire Ross Perot, who ran for president as an independent in 1992 and 1996, passed away at the age of 89. Plus, commentary by Tomi Lahren.
Jul 10, 2019
Why the Jeffrey Epstein Case Casts a Shadow
Jeffrey Epstein, pleaded not guilty Monday to sex-trafficking charges of underage girls. Plus, commentary by Lauren Simonetti.
Jul 09, 2019
Joe Biden’s Past Might Be Catching Up With Him
Biden’s apology tour, and commentary by Charlie Hurt
Jul 08, 2019
Is America’s Civics Crisis A Threat To Our Democracy?
Civics crisis in US, and commentary by Tom Shillue
Jul 05, 2019
Coping With PTSD During Fourth Of July Fireworks
Fireworks and Vets with PTSD, and commentary by Johnny Joey Jones
Jul 04, 2019
What’s Really Happening at our Immigration Detention Centers?
A group of House Democrats say conditions at  border detention facilities they visited are inhumane. Plus, commentary by Trish Regan.
Jul 03, 2019
Is Social Media Censoring Trump, Conservatives and Nipples?
Twitter says it will begin labeling tweets of government leaders that violates it rules. Plus, commentary by Brad Blakeman.
Jul 02, 2019
President Trump Makes History (Again) with North Korea
POTUS crosses the DMZ, and commentary by Mike Chase
Jul 01, 2019
SCOTUS Delivers Setback to the Trump White House
SCOTUS blocked a citizenship question from being added to the 2020 census. Plus, commentary by Chris Wallace.
Jun 28, 2019
How Democrats Will Try to Stand Out at Debate Night Two
Ten more Democrats prepare to head to the debate stage tonight. Plus, commentary by Arizona Republican Rep. Andy Biggs.
Jun 27, 2019
Preview of the First Democratic Debate
Tonight the first ten democratic hopefuls will appear for the first debate of their presidential campaign. Plus, commentary by Kat Timpf.
Jun 26, 2019
DHS Documents Claim Hundreds of Migrant Caravan Members Have Criminal Records
Files from DHS reveal that hundreds of migrants crossing the southern border have criminal histories in the U.S. Plus, commentary by Mary Anne Marsh.
Jun 25, 2019
Did POTUS Show Where His Red Line Is With Iran?
POTUS’ red line with Iran, and commentary by Abby Hornacek
Jun 24, 2019
Big Cross Scores a Big Win in the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court ruled in a 7-2 vote Thursday that a War World I memorial cross in Maryland can stay on public land and does not violate the constitution. FOX's Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano explains what this means for the fight to display religious symbols on public property. With more and more people travelling to different places around the world, there has been concerns about how overtourism is negatively impacting the local communities that are being overwhelmed with visitors. Director of Sustaining Tourism, Dr. Rachel Dodds gives us tips on how to be a good traveler in the age of "overtourism" Don't miss the good news with FOX's Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by Democratic Strategist and FOX News Contributor Leslie Marshall.  
Jun 21, 2019
Obama’s Defense Secretary on Trump’s Style
Former Secretary of Defense Ash Carter explains what sets President Trump apart from his predecessors. Plus, commentary by Deroy Murdock.
Jun 20, 2019
Is the U.S. Inching Closer to War with Iran?
Tensions between the US and Iran continue to escalate. Plus, commentary by Jonathan Morris.
Jun 19, 2019
Will Trump’s 2016 Strategy Work in 2020?
President Donald Trump officially kicks off his 2020 campaign. Plus, commentary by Charlie Hurt.
Jun 18, 2019
The President’s Poll Problems
POTUS tries to stay ahead, and commentary by Judge Andrew Napolitano
Jun 17, 2019
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai on Robocall Relief
There may be an end in sight to those pesky robocall scams. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai discusses the steps being taken. Paula Bohovesky was brutally murdered nearly four decades ago at the age of 16 in a small town in New York. Two men were convicted of her murder and now one of them has been granted parole. FOX's Cristina Corbin has been following the story and she discusses the community's shock and outrage. Don't miss the good news with FOX's Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Tom Shillue.  
Jun 14, 2019
Martha MacCallum Talks 2020 Race and the Democrats Impeachment Dilemma