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A weekly podcast taking a closer look at the groundbreaking news stories coming out of our nation's capital. Including interviews with lawmakers, newsmakers, and political insiders.

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    Give Thanks: America's Holiday Traditions Are Making A Comeback

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 26:44


    The coronavirus pandemic changed how we celebrated Thanksgiving last year, with small gatherings and even virtual visits for the holiday. But this year, more Americans are traveling again to reunite with loved ones for the holiday. Despite the pandemic changing how we celebrate the holidays, Thanksgiving traditions with family are still going strong across the U.S.. Abby Hornacek, host of "Park'd" on FOX Nation and the "Getting Schooled" podcast, discusses her FOX News Radio Special “Thanksgiving Traditions” where she interviewed FOX News anchors and personalities about what they've been looking forward to this year. Plus, she shares with us some of her family's Thanksgiving traditions.   We're seeing more and more that people will not surround themselves with others whose ideas and opinions don't align with theirs. Organizational psychologist at Wharton and bestselling author Adam Grant joins today's Fox News Rundown with special guest host Dana Perino to discuss his latest book “Think Again.” He explains why it is important for people to stop defending their beliefs, but instead rethink them.   Plus, commentary by Robert Jeffress, Fox News contributor and pastor of the Dallas First Baptist Church


    Evening Edition: NASA Launches Rocket To Destroy Asteroid

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 12:18

     NASA has launched their DART (Double Asteroid Redirection Test) mission rocket in an attempt to test humankind's ability to alter the course of an asteroid that could cause devastation if it were to hit Earth. If a chunk of celestial debris just a few hundred meters wide were to hit the Earth, it could cause continent wide devastation. FOX's John Saucier speaks to FOX's Phil Keating about the launch and this test mission to prevent a future disaster.

    Will President Biden Run In 2024?

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 28:01

    This week, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki confirmed that President Biden intends to run for reelection in 2024. There's been speculation by many about whether he would seek a second term due to his age. The President would be 82 if reelected for a second term, plus his recent poll numbers have declined due to rising inflation in the U.S. Howard Kurtz, host of "MediaBUZZ" on the FOX News Channel and the Media BUZZMeter podcast weighs in on the possibility of President Biden running, how it would be different from his previous presidential election and the obstacles he will and is currently facing.   With gas prices at their highest level since September of 2014, President Biden said that the Department of Energy would be releasing 50 million barrels of oil from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve. However, questions remain if this will bring relief to American families and businesses that are struggling with energy costs. FOX Business Network Contributor Phil Flynn joins to discuss what sort of short-term and long-term impact the move may have, as well as what it may finally take to lower gas prices in the long run.   Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Tom Shillue

    Evening Edition: Concerned International Response After Russia Shoots Down Satellite

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 14:43

    Last week, Russia fired a direct-ascent anti-satellite missile into orbit and destroyed a Soviet-era satellite. Everyone onboard the International Space Station were forced to take shelter inside the spacecraft as they passed through the debris field caused by the destruction of the satellite. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks to Todd Harrison, Director of the Aerospace Security Project and Defense Budget Analysis at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), about the international condemnation of the test and the history of the militarization of space. 

    Self-Defense & the Fallout from the Rittenhouse Verdict

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 30:09

    18-year old Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty on all counts Friday after testifying that he acted in self-defense when he shot three people and killed two during protests in Kenosha Wisconsin. The trial has reignited an intense debate over guns and racial injustice in the U.S. and the right to self-defense.  FOX News Contributor and Law Professor at George Washington University Jonathan Turley breaks down the case, and the future implications it has when it comes to self-defense.   On Monday, November 22nd President Biden announced he would nominate Jerome Powell for his second term as Chairman of the Federal Reserve. The move comes on the heels of difficult economic hurdles and months of discussion surrounding whether the President would move in a different direction for Fed Chairman as the U.S. faces an uncertain path out of a pandemic-weakened economy. White House Correspondent for Fox News Business Edward Lawrence joins to explain what President Biden's choice for Fed chair means for the direction of the U.S. economy, Jerome Powell's  experience within the Fed, and how Powell will address soaring inflation.   Plus, commentary by syndicated columnist Cal Thomas.

    Evening Edition: New COVID Restrictions Spark Protests Across Europe

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 13:34

    Violent protests took place in multiple European capital cities this weekend over new COVID restrictions and lockdown measures. Also, demonstrations in central Iran after a river was diverted causing a drought in the region. Senior FOX Field Producer Yonat Friling, joins Trey to discuss these stories and others developing around the world. 

    Rep. Hartzler Talks Inflation, Selective Military Service, and GOP Midterms Confidence

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 30:10

    On Friday, November 19th the House was able to pass President Biden's nearly $2 trillion social spending bill, now moving on to the Senate where it will need the support of all 50 Democrats to pass, one of the last opportunities for sweeping legislation before 2022. Republican representing Missouri's 4th district, Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler is planning her run for Senate in 2022 and shares her ideas for change like her bill to end the selective military service registration as a way to abolish an unnecessary and costly system. She breaks down the difficulty some Americans are facing with higher prices due to inflation, why she believes the Democrats' social spending bill moves the U.S. in the wrong direction, and her confidence in the GOP's success in the 2022 midterms.   As Americans get ready for the Thanksgiving holiday this week, some may notice that this year's holiday season may be a little more expensive. With ongoing inflation, the price of gas and groceries has gone up and many people are getting their gift shopping done earlier to avoid delays from the ongoing supply chain issues. But, how bad is it, and will it last for long? Associate Editor at the Wall Street Journal John Bussey weighs in on America's economy, the impact of inflation, and if it's here to stay.   ​​Plus, commentary by Media Research Center Vice President Dan Gainor.

    FOX News Rundown EXTRA: Pete Hegseth On The Importance Of Honoring Patriotism

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 13:07


    This past Wednesday, FOX Nation aired its third annual Patriot Awards to honor America's true heroes, including military veterans, first responders and other inspirational and everyday American patriots. It will also re-air tonight on the FOX News Channel. FOX News contributor and Iraq and Afghanistan veteran Pete Hegseth hosted the event that took place at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, FL and was streamed live on Fox Nation.  Hegseth joined the FOX News Rundown before the award show and spoke to host Lisa Brady about the story behind the awards, and some of the patriots they planned on paying tribute to.   The "Fox and Friends Weekend" co-host also discussed his fellow veterans and what can be done to help them transition after they end their service. The original interview was too long and we couldn't include all of it in our segment. On The FOX News Rundown EXTRA, you will hear our entire conversation with Pete Hegseth and hear the inside story about The Patriot Awards and the heroes who were celebrated. 


    From Washington: What Is President Biden Doing To Combat Inflation?

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 26:12

    This week, in a party line vote, House lawmakers voted to approve the $2-trillion social and climate spending package following months of negotiations. President Biden and Democratic lawmakers are saying that the passing of the infrastructure and spending plan will help combat inflation not to add to by adding long term economic growth to the country despite what critics say. Jared speaks with former economics adviser to President Obama, Austan Goolsbee about the state of inflation in the U.S. and if he's optimistic it will go down. Vice President Kamala Harris was acting-President for almost 90-minutes on Friday as President Biden underwent a procedure. The temporary powers also come during a week the White House was tamping down reports of a rocky relationship between the President and Vice President. Jared and speaks FOX News Contributor Mo Elleithee about the reported strain between the two and how their relationship compares to past administrations.

    FOX News Rundown EXTRA: What Can Be Done To Bring Energy Prices Down?

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 15:47

    Energy prices have become a major burden for both consumers and the Biden administration.  The soaring gas prices have even forced the President to recently urge OPEC to increase oil production.  Several lawmakers, including Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, are encouraging the administration to tap into the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and reverse some of their policies they say have exacerbate the problem.  Earlier in the week, Republican Congressman John R. Curtis of Utah's 3rd Congressional District joined host Jessica Rosenthal to discuss the high energy prices Americans are facing and why he believes the Biden administration has been offering the wrong solutions.  The Congressman also explained why Republicans must have a seat at the table during discussions surrounding climate issues. The original interview was too long and we couldn't include all of it in our segment. On The FOX News Rundown EXTRA, you will hear our entire conversation with Rep. Curtis and hear not just his take on America's energy concerns, but also his views on America's political divisions and his thoughts on 2022's midterms. 

    Build Back Better Passes The House...Now What?

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 23:01

    The nearly two trillion-dollar Build Back Better Bill was passed in the House this week, but now faces an uncertain future in the Senate. Unlike the previous infrastructure bill, the BBB has purely partisan support. FOX News Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram explains what's next and what the Congressional Budget Office says about the plan. Russia launched anti-satellite missile tests this week, destroying a target and sending debris hurtling through space. This raises concerns that Russia is trying to militarize space, as these tests were unregulated and reckless, according to Secretary of State Antony Blinken. FOX News Pentagon Reporter Jennifer Griffin reports on the battle for space between The United States and Russia.

    Evening Edition: UN Conference Alleges Climate Change Causing Mass Migration

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 10:04

    The climate change conference that took place this month has shown that the world is failing to limit global warming to pre-industrial age levels. The manifestations of climate change can be seen in drought, rising sea levels and food shortages. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks to Dr. Shira Efron, a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for National Security Studies, who says climate change concerns should be considered national security issues. 

    Covid's Origins: Will We Ever Get Answers?

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 27:46

    The United States saw its first confirmed case of COVID-19 as early as January 2020 and since then the virus has infected nearly 50 million Americans and caused more than  750,000 deaths. Many questions about the origins of the virus remain unanswered, however a group of bipartisan senators is now calling for a 9/11-style commission to investigate the COVID-19 outbreak and help improve the U.S. pandemic response. One of those lawmakers, Sen. Roger Marshall of Kansas joins to break down what he hopes this bipartisan group can accomplish, his concerns over dialogue surrounding vaccine mandates, and his opinions on the Biden administration's handling of the economic issues.   Last year many Americans stayed home or went to smaller gatherings for Thanksgiving, but this year that doesn't seem like it will be the case. So if you're one of those people planning to travel this year expect to see jam-packed roads and airports.  AAA is predicting 53.4 million people will be travelling , a 13-percent increase from 2020 and the highest single-year increase since 2005. Travel analyst and best-selling author, Mark Murphy joins to discuss the upcoming holiday season, how you can prepare for your travel day and if the travel industry has recovered since the beginning of the pandemic.   Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.   Plus, commentary by FOX News contributor Joe Concha.

    Evening Edition: No Clear Strategy With China

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 14:18

    President Biden and China's President Xi Jinping spoke in a virtual meeting this week that did not seem to produce any real breakthroughs but both pledged to try to ease tensions. Major issues were discussed including Taiwan's sovereignty, human rights, North Korea and Iran. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks to Craig Singleton, of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, who says the current administration needs to set their game plan for China first before real progress can be made with them. 

    What's Driving Our High Energy Prices?

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 27:53


    Energy prices have become a major headache for the Biden administration, with the soaring gas prices forcing the President to urge OPEC to increase oil production. Several lawmakers are encouraging the administration to tap into the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Republican Congressman John R. Curtis of Utah's 3rd Congressional District joins to discuss the high energy prices Americans are facing and why he believes the Biden administration has been offering the wrong solutions. He goes on to explain why Republicans must have a seat at the table during discussions surrounding energy and climate issues and his hope that the parties can come together on important issues.   The CDC is busy with much more than the COVID-19 pandemic. The agency is also tracking a serious drug problem in the U.S. For the first time ever the CDC  data shows that in a 12-month period more 100-thousand Americans have died due to drug overdoses -- an almost 29-percent increase from the year before. Authorities are also seeing an increase in lethal fentanyl laced drugs being distributed across the country. Many district attorneys in California including in Orange County, will now pursue murder charges against drug dealers, if someone dies as a result of using drugs linked to them. Former DC police detective, defense attorney and FOX News contributor, Ted Williams weighs in.   Plus, commentary by Guy Benson, host of The Guy Benson Show.


    Evening Edition: Why Are Russian Troops Massing At Ukraine's Border?

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 14:44

    The world is watching to see what nearly one hundred thousand Russian troops are doing at their border with Ukraine. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with the Ukrainian Foreign Minister to show support and discuss the security situation. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks to Retired General Jack Keane, the chairman of the Institute for the Study of War and Fox News Senior Strategic Analyst, about what he thinks is the possibility of a full scale invasion.   

    Will Inflation Bring On A "Red Wave" in 2022?

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 27:55

    We have heard the word "transitory" a lot this year, when explaining inflation, the rise in the prices of goods would be temporary as we transition out of the coronavirus pandemic. Yet as we approach the upcoming holiday season though,  it seems inflation isn't leaving anytime soon. Some Republicans have looked at the inflation crisis in the U.S. and are blaming Democrats and their spending. Florida Republican Senator Rick Scott joins to talk about how inflation and big spending are going to help Republicans in the upcoming 2022 Midterms.   COVID-19 cases are seeing a resurgence in pockets of the United States, causing concern that the Delta variant will persist as winter weather creates ideal conditions for viral transmission. As the country sees cases rise, multiple states and cities are bucking the narrow FDA recommendation for COVID-19 booster eligibility, expanding the availability to all adults in an effort to curb any future surge of the virus. Dr. Marc Siegel, Professor of Medicine at NYU Langone Health and Fox News Medical Contributor joins to discuss why waning immunity from the vaccine should incentivize greater booster eligibility, how natural immunity factors into immunization, and how COVID-19 may impact the holidays and large gatherings.   Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of "Fox Across America."

    Evening Edition: The United States Takes Hands Off Approach To Horn Of Africa

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 10:18

    Neighboring African countries of Ethiopia and Sudan are both embroiled in separate military conflicts that have a high probability of crossing over causing a greater conflict in the region. The United States has issued sanctions against the Eritrean military regarding the Ethiopian civil war but has held a more hands off approach to both conflicts. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks to Cameron Hudson, Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council's Africa Center, who says the Biden Administration could do more to prevent a disastrous outcome in the region.    

    Should Election Polls Be Cancelled?

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 28:35


    Election polling has long been a polarizing fixture of political reporting, with many dissatisfied with the accuracy of the methodology. In the 2021 election, polling failed to predict the close race that unfolded for the New Jersey governor's seat, causing many within the polling profession to question the surveys' effectiveness. Director of the Fox News Decision Desk Arnon Mishkin joins to discuss why he believes polling in the U.S. is not broken, but we are not properly interpreting the story being told by the data. He explains the problems with horse race questions in polling surveys, how poll numbers can influence fundraising and turnout in an election, and he interprets what recent Fox polls tell us about public perception of the Biden administration ahead of 2022.   On Wednesday FOX Nation will host its third annual Patriot Awards to honor America's true heroes, including military veterans, first responders and other inspirational and everyday American patriots. The event will take place at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood FL and viewers can stream it on Fox Nation. The award show will be hosted by "Fox and Friends Weekend" host and Iraq and Afghanistan veteran Pete Hegseth. Pete joins today's Fox News Rundown to talk about what we can expect from this year's Patriot Awards and why the show is so important.   Plus, commentary by former Rep. Jason Chaffetz, host of the Jason in the House podcast.


    Evening Edition: Borders Of Belarus And Russia Worrying Europe

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 12:23

    The government in Belarus is denying accusations that they manufactured the migrant crisis at their border with Poland that has left thousands stranded. Meanwhile, NATO has given Russia a warning amid a large troop build up at their border with Ukraine. Senior FOX Field Producer Yonat Friling, joins Trey to discuss these stories and others developing around the world. 

    Democratic Spending Will Lead to Republican Success in 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 30:39


    The $1 trillion infrastructure package has passed the House with bipartisan backing, despite many progressive Democrats withdrawing their support and many within the GOP lobbying against the passage of this bill. The Biden White House is enjoying this legislative victory after a difficult few weeks with historic inflation and supply chain issues continuing to hit Americans' wallets. Congressman Lee Zeldin, Republican from New York's 1st District,  joins to break down what impact the infrastructure package will have and his opposition to passing a social spending bill amid economic issues impacting the U.S.  Later, he shares his optimism in his campaign for New York governor following the 2021 GOP success in traditionally blue states and why he is predicting historic midterm election results in 2022.   Tesla CEO Elon Musk sold over $5 billion in Tesla shares last week after posting a Twitter poll asking his followers if he should sell Tesla holdings with now almost 58% voting “yes.” This follows Democrats' proposal of taxing “unrealized gains” as a way for billionaires like Musk to pay their fair share in taxes. Anchor of “The Claman Countdown” on FOX Business, Liz Claman weighs in on Musk's decision to sell some of Tesla holdings.   ​​Plus, commentary by columnist David Marcus.


    FOX News Rundown EXTRA: H.R. McMaster On Our Vets, Our Enemies And The State Of Our Military

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 19:05

    This past week, Americans celebrated Veterans Day. To help mark the occasion, FOX News Rundown Evening Edition host Trey Yingst spoke to National Security Advisor of the United States H.R. McMaster about the importance of honoring those who served.  McMaster discussed the ongoing fallout from America's exit from Afghanistan and how many vets from that war are unhappy about how it concluded. He also weighed in on many other problematic hotspots around the world and how the Biden Administration is addressing them. The original interview was too long and we couldn't include all of it in our segment. On The FOX News Rundown EXTRA, you will hear our entire conversation with retired U.S. Army Lt. General H.R. McMaster.

    From Washington: The Implications Of Rising Inflation

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 27:17


    New data this week showed the Consumer Price Index (CPI) had gone up 6.2% in October, from a year ago, becoming the biggest inflation surge in more than 30 years. The White House is insisting that the infrastructure bill that recently passed in Congress and the social spending bill that Congress is still working on will ease inflation, but is more big government spending really the answer? Former economic adviser to President Trump, Stephen Moore joins to explains why he is a critic of President Biden's economic policy and why he thinks it will only cause inflation to go up more. As of last week, children ages 5 to 11 are now eligible to get the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Since then about a million children have had their first dose. The vaccination push for kids comes as many families are getting ready to gather for the holidays. Senior Director, of New York City's System-wide Special Pathogens Program, Dr. Syra Madad weighs in on the latest coronavirus guidance, what she's hearing from parents about getting their kids vaccinated and her thoughts on family gatherings for the holiday season.


    FOX News Rundown Extra: Is America "Drifting" Toward Socialism?

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 21:31

    As Democrats continue to squabble over President Biden's Build Back Better agenda and its final price tag, a former top White House economist has a warning for America. Former senior economic adviser to President Trump Kevin Hassett says the policies being pushed by Democrats are putting our country on a course to socialism. Earlier this week, host Dave Anthony spoke to Kevin Hassett about the current state of our economy and his concerns about the Biden agenda. Hassett, whose new book is The Drift: Stopping America's Slide to Socialism, also discussed his time in the White House, his experiences with former President Donald Trump and whether or not he thought Trump would run again in 2024. The original interview was too long and we couldn't include all of it in our segment. On The FOX News Rundown EXTRA, you will hear our entire conversation with Former senior economic adviser to President Trump Kevin Hassett.

    From Washington: Never-Ending Infrastructure

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 34:23

    With the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill being signed by President Biden on Monday, grants can start going out but planning for various projects could likely take months before getting funded by federal dollars. FOX News Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram explains how the reaction to this bill reminded him of previous debates in Congress. While Congress was out of session this week, lawmakers made their way overseas to meet with foreign counterparts at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference. Louisiana Republican Congressman Garett Graves shares his experience at the summit after returning home, and discusses what some climate solutions might be.

    Evening Edition: How To Handle Your Student Loan Debt

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 8:28

    Millions of students will have to start repaying their student loans this January as the COVID-19 debt freeze will be lifted. The newly incurred bill will wreak financial havoc for many as they try to enter the workforce. Trey Yingst speaks to Brian Walsh, a SoFi Manager of Financial Planning and Student Loan Expert, who shares advice on how to handle this new expense in a graduate's life. 

    "Lethal Political Combination": Supply Chain, Inflation Haunt White House

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 31:41

    The White House announced this week that President Biden would soon sign into law the $1 trillion legislation, an infrastructure package that took months of debate, revision, and bipartisan support to pass. This win for the Biden administration comes amid economic hardship in the U.S. with inflation hitting a 30-year high in October. Fox News Sunday Anchor Chris Wallace joins to break down how President Biden's ambitious political agenda may inject too much money into the economy at a time when inflation is already too high, the potential need for the Biden administration to recalibrate their goals to address the bigger issues affecting the nation and whether the President's social spending package will be the last of the Democratic agenda to pass before 2022.   Earlier this week, the government reported that prices for U.S. consumers surged 6.2% in October compared to a year ago, hitting the highest inflation in 30 years. Americans are feeling the impact of rising costs at the gas pump, the grocery store and through ongoing supply chain issues. So what is causing inflation and will it ever come down? Chief Economist at Moody's Analytics, Mark Zandi weighs in on that, supply chain issues and why he's optimistic that once the coronavirus recedes inflation will as well.   Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.   Plus, commentary by former Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.

    Evening Edition: The War In Afghanistan And Emerging National Security Threats

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 16:12

    This Veterans Day could be a little more poignant for those who served in Afghanistan or lost family members or friends to the 20-year war. How the war ended and the questions about what we actually accomplished there remain open for debate. FOX'S Trey Yingst speaks to retired U.S. Army Lt. General H.R. McMaster, also former National Security Advisor and author of 'Battlegrounds: The Fight To Defend The Free World', about his thoughts on the war in Afghanistan and what are the emerging national security threats the U.S. faces.     

    Energy Costs Surge Hurting America's Recovery

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 28:55

    The Biden administration recently said U.S. households should expect to pay higher prices to heat their homes this winter compared to last year, as the demand for oil and gas continues to soar. Since entering the White House in January, President Biden has taken steps to try and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in an effort to combat climate change, including ending the Keystone Pipeline. Recently though, President Biden has asked OPEC to increase oil production due to the high demand of and soaring prices, a decision Republicans are calling hypocritical. Alaska GOP Senator Dan Sullivan joins to weigh in on why he disagrees with the President's energy policy, and why he thinks it's important for America to be energy independent. Plus, he talks about a Senate Republican bill he is co-sponsoring called the American Energy, Jobs & Climate Plan, and explains how it is an alternative to the Democrats' Green New Deal legislation.   On Veterans Day, the nation pays tribute to our military's men and women who served their country honorably. The holiday is meant to commemorate the many sacrifices of those who fought to protect America across the globe. Retired Marine Staff Sergeant and Fox News Contributor Johnny Joey Jones joins to explain what Veterans Day means to him and how it serves as a day for those who served to remember what was lost in the war while appreciating all that they still have in their lives. Joey explains how military service makes a person grow, he addresses the physical and psychological wounds that veterans still deal with daily and he shares his optimism seeing how more organizations are forming to help veterans in need.   Plus, commentary by Medal of Honor recipient and FOX News contributor Dakota Meyer.

    Evening Edition: Protecting Your Online Data from Cyberattacks

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 9:51

    Online brokerage 'Robinhood' has announced that a data breach that happened last week resulted in the personal information of 7 million customers being exposed. Investors' email addresses, full names, birth dates and zip codes were accessed. FOX'S Trey Yingst speaks to Maya Horowitz, the Director of Threat Intelligence & Research at Check Point Software Technologies, about the rise in cybercrimes and what precautions you can take to  prevent this from happening to you.

    China Tensions, Border Crisis Weigh On Biden Administration

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 28:45

    There a renewed calls for the U.S. to invest in hypersonic weapons following revelations that China has advanced in developing its own hypersonic weapons following a missile test in August that caught the U.S. military by surprise. While China has brushed it off as "routine" testing and accuses the U.S. for creating an "imaginary enemy" of the communist nation, it does beg the question, can America defend itself against China and how concerned should the Biden administration be? FOX News contributor and retired Army Lieutenant General Keith Kellogg weighs in.   Reports have surfaced that the Biden administration is considering offering immigrant families separated during the Trump administration approximately $450,000 each in compensation to resolve ongoing lawsuits. President Biden was asked about this potential policy in a Q&A with the media where he called the report "garbage," but the White House has since walked back these comments saying he was denying the amount of the payments. Former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York and Fox News Contributor Andrew McCarthy joins to explain the legality of the $450,000 settlements with immigrants who crossed the border illegally, what precedent there is for this level of compensation, and how a Congress-allocated slush fund could finance the settlements without oversight.   Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Tammy Bruce.

    Evening Edition: Vice President Harris Visits France With Record Low Approval At Home

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 13:13

    Vice President Kamala Harris has kicked off a four day trip to Paris where she is conducting what can be described as a charm offensive to mend fences with France. Meanwhile, she is facing record low approval ratings and major criticism about her handling of the border, which she oversees. FOX'S Trey Yingst speaks to FOX's Griff Jenkins about the Vice President's foreign trip and why she is getting so much heat over the situation on the border.

    White House Full Steam Ahead On Economic Agenda, Vaccine Mandates

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 29:02

    A difficult string of weeks for President Biden saw his approval rating fall to a new low of 38% however after passing a $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill Democrats can expect to see that number bounce back. Now with an infrastructure package locked down, the Democrats are pivoting to pass Biden's social spending bill, yet some argue the President and his party are not focusing on the most important issues. Former Senior Advisor and Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, Kevin Hassett joins to discuss his new book, "The Drift: Stopping America's Slide To Socialism." Hassett shares anecdotes from his time working closely with President Trump, the circumstances in which America may drift towards socialism, and whether former President is likely to make another White House run in 2024. The Biden administration's new COVID-19 vaccine mandate is drawing a lot of backlash from businesses and states. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) mandate that will impact 84-million workers, enforces that any workplace with more than 100 employees get fully vaccinated. Those who don't must wear masks and submit to weekly testing. The mandate is slated to go into effect January 4th 2022. Brandon Trosclair, a supermarket owner based in Louisiana, is fighting the OSHA mandate. Trosclair and his lawyer Buck Dougherty from Liberty Justice Center join to explain why they are challenging the Biden administration's employer mandate, why they think it is a federal government overstep and they explain why the think OSHA has no authority in requiring workers to get the coronavirus vaccine. Plus, commentary by FOX News Legal Analyst Gregg Jarrett.

    Evening Edition: Ethiopian Rebels Close In On Capitol In Civil War, Iraq Says Iran Behind Assassination Attempt

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 11:56

    The Ethiopian civil war has reached the capital as a 'state of emergency' has been issued and the U.S. State Department has withdrawn all non-essential personnel from the embassy. Also, Iraqi officials are saying Iran was behind a failed assassination attempt on Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadimi. FOX Field Producer Yonat Friling, joins Trey to discuss these stories and others developing around the world. 

    Republicans Set Sights on Regaining Majority in 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 31:20

    Last week, following Republican Glenn Youngkin's victory in Virginia and other GOP wins across the country, the National Republican Congressional Committee announced it would be targeting a total of 70 House Democrat seats in the 2022 midterm elections. Democrats have been reinvigorated to press forward with President Biden's agenda after the passage of the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill on Friday, but it is clear that their confidence in 2022 has been shaken. Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, Rep. Tom Emmer of Minnesota, joins to discuss why he believes many Democrats have announced retirement after the 2021 election results, which issues he believes the Republicans have an edge on, and the ambitious NRCC plan to win back the majority in the House.   Children are getting ready to roll up their sleeves. The CDC signed off on the lower-dose Pfizer vaccine being eligible for elementary kids ages 5-11 as the U.S. continues to combat the coronavirus pandemic. Despite the CDC's approval, some parents are saying they want to wait and see before they go get their children vaccinated. Former U.S. Surgeon General under President Trump, Dr. Jerome Adams joins today to discuss some parents' concerns over getting their children vaccinated right away. He explains why he is going to have his 11-year old daughter get vaccinated with the COVID-19 shot and why the benefits outweigh the risks.   ​​Plus, commentary by New York Post columnist Karol Markowicz.

    Is It Time To Stop Daylight Saving Time?

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 18:47


    How did you enjoy your extra hour sleep? Hopefully you remembered to turn your clock back an hour as most places in America have now reverted back to Standard Time. However, there are many Americans who have had enough of changing their clocks twice a year and want to make Daylight Saving Time permanent. A few days, host Dave Anthony spoke to Republican Utah Congressman Chris Stewart. Stewart has a proposed a federal Daylight Saving Act, which would give states the choice to participate in Daylight Saving Time. The Utah congressman discussed the pros and cons of changing our clocks and explained why he thinks DST should be permanent. The original interview was too long and we couldn't include all of it in our segment. On The FOX News Rundown EXTRA, you will hear our entire conversation with Rep. Chris Stewart and hear his views President Biden's agenda which did not make our segment.


    From Washington: What We Can Learn From Virginia

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 24:54

    For the first time in more than a decade Republicans will hold top spots in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Glenn Youngkin beat Democrat Terry McAuliffe for Governor and other top of the ballot GOPers prevailed over their Democratic opponents. President Biden had won the state by 10 points in the 2020 Presidential Election. So is Virginia a preview of the red wave that's to come as we approach the upcoming 2022 Midterms? Jared and FOX News Political Analyst Josh Kraushaar discuss. As Supreme Court Justices returned to the bench this week, they heard oral arguments from two of the most high profile cases: guns and abortions. Up first was the Texas abortion law that bans the procedure in most cases after six weeks of pregnancy, with no exceptions in the cases of rape or incest. Next was a New York State gun law and the requirements it puts on gun owners to carry a concealed weapon. FOX News Contributor and Law Professor at George Washington University, Jonathan Turley breaks down the two cases and explains why all eyes will be on newer Justices.

    Brian Kilmeade On CRT And How History Should Be Taught

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 17:22


    Glenn Youngkin shocked many this week when he won Virginia's governor's race. One of the key issues that catapulted him to victory was education. The governor-elect is promising to ban Critical Race Theory as he spent much of his campaign appealing to parents who objected to how history is being taught and an over focus on the issue of race. Earlier this week, host Dave Anthony spoke to Brian Kilmeade, host of The Brian Kilmeade Show and co-host FOX & Friends, about the debate over how American history should be taught to children, why he thinks that issue was so important to voters this week and he discusses his new book, "The President and the Freedom Fighter: Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, and Their Battle to Save America's Soul." The original interview was too long and we couldn't include all of it in our segment. On The FOX News Rundown EXTRA, you will hear our entire conversation with Brian Kilmeade and why he thinks important to discuss both bad and good of our history's complex past.


    From Washington: Are We Nearing The End Of COVID-19?

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 25:39

    President Joe Biden stated this week that the increase of vaccinations across the country can help boost employment due to the recent mandates. Meanwhile, Pfizer claims its experimental antiviral pill can reduce the risk of death and hospitalization from COVID-19 by nearly 90%. Professor & physician at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Dr. Marty Makary gives his opinion on whether we are finally coming out of the global pandemic. Earlier in the week, the President addressed delegates at the United Nations Climate Change Summit in Glasgow, Scotland to set new goals to reduce deforestation & keep global temperatures within one and a half degrees Celsius. FOX News Foreign Correspondent Simon Owen was there and speaks to Jared Halpern about the conference.

    Evening Edition: Iran's Persecution Of Non-Muslims

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 10:32

    The Baha'i community in Iran represents the largest non-Muslim religious group in the country and Tehran has been systematically persecuting them. Members of Baha'i are routinely arrested, thrown in jail and their property and livelihoods taken away from them. FOX'S Trey Yingst speaks to Anthony Vance, the director of Baha'is of the United States, about the current situation in Iran for his fellow practitioners. 

    Is "Wokeism" Bringing Down The Democratic Party?

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 30:09


    Democrats face an uphill battle when it comes to keeping the majority in the House and Senate next November. If Virginia's governor's race this this week is any indication where voters are leaning we could be seeing a red wave in the 2022 Midterms. So how exactly did Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin and Republicans win Virginia? Some are pointing to the debate over critical race theory being taught to school children. So is pushing race in the Midterms a good move for Democrats or will it hurt them in the long run? Host of FOX News Talk's FOX Across America, Jimmy Failla and FOX News Democratic Strategist Jessica Tarlov weigh in.   Daylight Saving Time will come to an end on Sunday, November 7th . However, lawmakers across the country have been discussing legislation that would get rid of DST and instead create a year-round daylight saving system. Republican from Utah's 2nd District, Congressman Chris Stewart joins to discuss how the idea to create a bill to address this issue has been embraced in a bipartisan fashion and the reasons he believes the current system is in desperate need of an update. He explains how his Daylight Act and other legislation seek to address this problem and why the federal government is the main obstacle in making the change permanent.   Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.   Plus, commentary by stand up comedian Joe Machi.


    Evening Edition: Island Nations Versus The Rising Sea

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 16:21

    The Maldives is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean well known as an island getaway destination, but rising sea levels may change that dramatically. The country's officials say they could be underwater by the end of the century. FOX's Simon Owen speaks with Aminath Shauna, Minister of Environment for the Republic of Maldives, at the U.N.'s climate change conference about what she would like to see accomplished at the gathering. 

    Too 'Woke'? Democrats Get A Wake Up Call

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 29:13


    After a very close and contentious governor's race in Virginia, Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin defeated his Democratic opponent, former Governor Terry McAuliffe, after President Biden won the state by more than 10 percentage points in 2020. Former White House Press Secretary to President George W. Bush and FOX News Contributor Ari Fleischer breaks down the election results, the message voters are sending, why Democrats should be worried for the 2022 Midterms and how this impacts President Biden's agenda.   In a divided nation, two American heroes were able to set aside their differences and forge a friendship that would change the course of American history. Co-host of Fox and Friends and "The Brian Kilmeade Show" host, Brian Kilmeade joins to share briefly about his new book, The President and the Freedom Fighter, which recounts the lives of President Abraham Lincoln and civil rights activist Fredrick Douglass and how their paths crossed. Brian explains why stories like this are a good example of how to teach American history and race, the difficult and unique challenges both President Lincoln and Douglass faced, and how both of these men navigated one of the most divisive eras in U.S. history, the Civil War.   Plus, commentary by Media Research Center vice president Dan Gainor.


    Evening Edition: Biden Agenda Takes A Hit With Virginia Loss

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 14:48

    Democrats are licking their wounds after losing the Virginia Gubernatorial race to a relatively unknown candidate. Meanwhile, Minneapolis voters reject the progressive initiative to transform their police department and historic results in the race for Boston Mayor. FOX's John Saucier speaks to Josh Kraushaar, Fox News Radio Political Analyst about the election results and what they mean for the midterms.  

    Can Florida Ports Solve The Supply Chain Issues?

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 26:29

    The U.S. supply chain is continuing to be impacted from the coronavirus pandemic on top of consumer demand, a labor shortage and delays overseas. As the holiday season approaches the demand is only getting worse. Last month, President Biden unveiled a plan to assist in easing bottlenecks in major ports in California by expanding hours of operations. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has pitched the Sunshine State to help assist in the current supply chain crisis, saying the ports have the capacity and are already operating on a 24/7 schedule. Could Florida's ports help alleviate the supply chain demand? President and CEO of the Florida Ports Council, Michael Rubin joins to discuss.   This week, the Supreme Court heard arguments about the controversial Texas SB 8 abortion law. While a ruling in that case could have huge implications, an upcoming challenge to a Mississippi abortion law could force the High Court to re-examine the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade abortion decision . FOX News Contributor and Law Professor at George Washington University Jonathan Turley joins the FOX News Rundown to discuss both cases, how he thinks the Supreme Court Justices may rule, and why he thinks there could be major changes to our country's abortion laws in the coming months.   Plus, commentary by FOX News contributor Joe Concha.

    Evening Edition: Covering The Conflict Between Israel And Hamas

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 15:07

    The 'fog of war' is always an obstacle while covering conflicts between countries and factions. It was heavily on display earlier this year when Israel and Hamas exchanged rocket fire for nearly two weeks. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with Jonathan Schanzer, the Senior Vice President for research at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and author of a new book "Gaza Conflict 2021: Hamas, Israel and 11 Days Of War", about how the news coverage of this most recent conflict was handled.

    Did Angry Virginia Parents Spark A Political Movement?

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 25:28


    Today is Election Day 2021 for many states across the country, however all eyes are especially on the Virginia gubernatorial election. A race between former Democratic Virginia governor, Terry McAuliffe, and Republican newcomer and businessman Glenn Youngkin has tightened over the last few months, with many polls showing the candidates in a dead heat. As the people of Virginia head to polls, Fox News Chief Political Anchor and Host of Special Report Bret Baier joins to discuss how the candidates earned their spot in their respective primaries, the reason Youngkin's education platform has gained him significant momentum in the race, how former President Trump and President Biden are influencing the race and whether the outcome will give insight into 2022.   While both Democrats and Republicans are looking at the Virginia race today as a bellwether for next year's Midterm elections, one issue we have seen throughout the campaign is the debate over critical race theory being taught in schools. Parents in Loudon County VA have been quite vocal about their anger towards CRT, especially during school board meetings. The issue has ignited the debate whether parents should have a say in what is in their school district's curriculum. Executive Director of Fightforschools.com and a former senior official in the Trump Department of Justice, Ian Prior and Virginia Delegate Mark Levine (D) weigh in on the ongoing culture wars involving the school board and parents in Loudon County.   Plus, commentary by former Rep. Jason Chaffetz, host of the Jason in the House podcast.


    Evening Edition: Russia And China Absent As U.N. Climate Conference Kicks Off

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 12:53

    The United Nations' Climate Change Conference began today with fossil fuels as the focus. Hanging over the conference was the absence of Russia and China. Elsewhere, thousands protest the monarchy in Thailand and an update on the coup in Sudan. FOX Field Producer Yonat Friling, joins Trey to discuss these stories and others developing around the world. 

    Scalise Says The Republicans Have Momentum Ahead of Midterms

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 31:22


    Last week, President Biden announced a framework for a nearly $2 trillion social spending and climate package along with a separate $1 trillion dedicated to infrastructure that he and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi are now rallying Democrats to pass. The passage of these bills could mark a major victory for the Democrats before the 2022 midterms, however, the pieces of legislation have a ways to go before approval. House Minority Whip, Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) joins to discuss why he believes Democrats may find difficulty in whipping the votes, how a potential Republican victory in the Virginia governor's race could bode well for Republicans in the midterm elections and how he believes President Biden's foreign and climate policy decisions have made the U.S. weaker on the international stage.   Eleven years ago, a string of murders shook Gilgo Beach on Long Island, NY. It started with the discovery of human remains on the beach followed by nine more bodies over the next year, mostly of young women working as escorts. The case remains unsolved after more than a decade. FOX News Investigative reporter and producer Cristina Corbin has been covering this case for over a decade and is one of the producers of the FOX News Audio podcast and FOX Nation series called Grim Tide: Hunting the Long Island Serial Killer. She joins to break down the case, reveal more about the women who were killed, and gives her thoughts about whether the police will ever catch the person behind it.   Plus, commentary by author and radio host Eric Metaxas.


    FOX News Rundown EXTRA: Should Republicans Support Regulating Big Tech?

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 16:26

    Executives from TikTok, YouTube and Snapchat were grilled by Senators on Capitol Hill this week.  They faced questions about how their platforms can potentially harm children, but also the censoring of conservatives and what they do with all the data they are collecting from their billions of users. For years Congress have threatened Big Tech companies with regulations and legislation that would reign in their power and influence Earlier this week, host Jessica Rosenthal spoke with Tennessee Republican Senator Marsha Blackburn about why she is troubled by the practices of companies like YouTube and Facebook and what lawmakers in Washington can do to address them. She also raised concerns over how TikTok's ties to China could pose a national threat to the United States if it is collecting and sharing information on Americans.  The original interview was too long and we couldn't include all of it in our segment. On The FOX News Rundown EXTRA, you will hear our entire conversation with Sen. Blackburn and why she believes the reach and lack of transparency of social media platforms is an issue of national importance.

    From Washington - The Virginia Governor's Race: Shaking Up The Political Landscape

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 32:44

    With the 2022 Midterms only a year away, voters are wondering whether a Republican-controlled House is in their future. With the recent crises facing the Biden Administration and Democratic infighting over spending bills, the likelihood of a GOP takeover has certainly increased. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-WA) joins to discuss this and other issues on Capitol Hill.  The Virginia Governor's race is in the home stretch and a new FOX News Poll shows Republican Glenn Youngkin has moved ahead of Democrat Terry McAuliffe, less than a week before the election, a big shift from two weeks ago when McAuliffe was ahead by five points. FOX News Radio Political Analyst and Political Editor at National Journal, Josh Kraushaar explains Youngkin's eight-point advantage and what to expect in the closing days.

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