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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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The world's wealthiest countries are being called on to donate funds or surplus vaccines to help fight COVID-19 in poorer nations. The United Nation's COVAX program is aimed at coordinating efforts to fight the pandemic from spreading in those poorer nations. FOX's Simon Owen speaks to UNICEF'S Gian Gandhi, Coordinator for Vaccine Supplies, about the importance of helping other countries control the pandemic.
President Biden's White House is dealing with crises on several fronts both abroad and domestic with debate over infrastructure bills and immigration policy in Washington while rising tensions in the Middle East are culminating in conflict between Israelis and Palestinians. Former White House Press Secretary to former President George W. Bush and FOX News Contributor Ari Fleischer breaks down how President Biden's infrastructure proposal has complicated the possibility of bipartisan agreement on Capitol Hill, how the U.S. should address the threat to peace in the Middle East and explains the Republican Party's motivation for ousting Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) from her leadership position. U.S. consumer prices for April rose 4.2% over last year, making it the biggest annual increase since September 2008. Charles Payne, host of Making Money with Charles Payne on FOX Business weighs in on the April consumer price index, inflation ramping up and how it plays into U.S. unemployment as businesses struggle to hire workers. Plus, commentary by FOX News Legal Analyst Gregg Jarrett.
A spacecraft NASA launched in 2016 to study a near Earth asteroid has begun its journey home carrying a first of its kind sample. The 'OSIRIS-REx' spacecraft will travel for nearly three hundred million miles to safely bring a sample from an asteroid, in this case Bennu, to NASA and the world to study for decades to come. FOX's Eben Brown speaks with Andrea Jones, Planetary Geologist with NASA, about the historic mission and what we may learn from it.
The coronavirus pandemic has shed a light on schools and education across the U.S. from the obstacles of remote teaching, public schools not reopening fully for in-person learning and what children are actually being taught. Martha MacCallum, anchor and executive editor of "The Story" on the Fox News Channel and "The Untold Story" podcast, joins the "Rundown" to discuss her recent interview with American Federation of Teachers president Randi Weingarten about the "1619 Project" and critical race theory being taught in classrooms across the country. She also discusses school choice and if we'll see more of a push for it by parents and Republicans as Midterms approach. Plus, she weighs in on the fight over stripping Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) of her leadership role in the Republican Party. China has released census data revealing its population growth has dropped significantly, showing a big shift in the nation's demographics. President of Eurasia Group and GZERO Media, Ian Bremmer joins to explain how China's government made miscalculations in their demographics that resulted in their lagging population growth, the real motivation behind Chinese propaganda in the U.S. and how China's lack of transparency during the early days of the pandemic has hurt its standing in the world. Plus, commentary by Jim Daly,  president of Focus on the Family.
After days of fighting between Israelis and Palestinians in Jerusalem, factions in the Gaza Strip have gotten involved firing more than three hundred rockets into Israel. The Israeli Air Force has responded with deadly airstrikes. While such clashes are not new in the region, this latest round of violence seems to have escalated quickly. FOX's Jessica Rosenthal speaks to FOX News Channel’s Trey Yingst, at the Gaza Strip border, about how the violence has increased and the calls for calm around the world.
America’s infrastructure has been attacked. Last week’s cyberattack against Colonial Pipeline Co. shut down critical fuel network supply lines and raised the possibility of gas price hikes and fuel shortages. National security experts have long worried about these attacks, and fear future ones on our critical infrastructure could get much worse. Bruce Schneier, a security technologist and lecturer at the Harvard Kennedy School, explains how the Colonial Pipeline attack took place, how similar ransomware could cause much more damage and how this is what future wars could resemble. Then, former CIA station chief and Fox News contributor Daniel Hoffman, explains what our national security services can do to prevent such attacks and fight back. The pandemic has revealed major weaknesses in the American supply chain system and the latest case of this can be seen in the skyrocketing price of lumber in the United States. Fox News and Fox Business Network Correspondent Grady Trimble joins to explain how the supply of lumber has been impacted by the lagging growth in the workforce, how the boom in the housing market has created an exaggerated scarcity of lumber and what other U.S. resources are experiencing shortages . Plus, commentary by Fox News medical contributor Dr. Nicole Saphier
A car bomb attack over the weekend in the Afghan capital of Kabul killed more than eighty five people, mostly female school children. Such attacks on Afghan citizens and government forces have increased since the announcement of the withdrawal of U.S. forces and many worry it will only spiral out of control after the withdrawal is complete. FOX's Simon Owen speaks to FOX News Channel's Foreign Correspondent Benjamin Hall about the attack and its implications on the withdrawal.
While millions of Americans have already received the at least one dose of the vaccine there are still some who are vaccine hesitant. And some experts believe that this will prevent the United States from reaching herd immunity. Brett Giroir, is a retired admiral, pediatrician and former assistant health secretary under President Trump, he joins the ' Rundown' and claims the Biden administration's mixed messaging on masks and what he calls misinformation on Operation Warp Speed is playing a part in vaccine hesitancy. Admiral Giroir also discusses children ages 12-15 being able to receive the vaccine and weighs in on the U.S. waiving COVID vaccine patents.   President Biden and other prominent Democrats have been outspoken about a recent Georgia voting law from the Republican state legislature, criticizing this law and labeling it as the 'new Jim Crow.'  Pulitzer Prize winning author and Professor of History at Pepperdine University Ed Larson joins to explain the origins behind the phrase 'Jim Crow,' how these discriminatory laws impacted black Americans throughout the 20th century and how the Civil Right movement targeted and took down long term racist law in the country.   Plus, commentary by Fox News contributor Joe Concha.
Just a day before Facebook extended their ban of Donald Trump, the former President announced the launch of his a new communications platform. This was latest chapter in the ongoing battle between "Big Tech" and conservatives, who feel companies like Twitter, Facebook and Google are censoring them. On The FOX News Rundown Extra, Jessica Rosenthal speaks to Tennessee Republican Senator Bill Hagerty about his party's ongoing effort to reign in the power of "Big Tech" and a bill he proposing that could put significant regulations on social media sites. The interview was too long and we could not include it all in our original segment. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear our full conversation with Sen. Bill Hagerty and more on why he is taking on "Big Tech."
During his address to a joint session of Congress last month, President Biden called for Congress to come up with bipartisan immigration reform. This is something lawmakers in Washington have been attempting for decades, but with zero results. On the FOX News Rundown earlier this week, host Jessica Rosenthal spoke to Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) about the current crisis at the border, what the Biden Administration can do differently and why Republicans and Democrats can never make a deal on immigration despite there being apparent common ground on some issues. The interview was too long and we could not include it all in our original segment. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear our entire interview with Rep. Waltz. In this extended version, Rep. Waltz had a dire warning about China, calling the nation "the existential threat of our time."  He says China is using its access to rare and critical minerals as leverage against the U.S. and could make it harder for Americans to manufacture things as vital as ammunition. This is something the Republican congressman sees as a national security threat.
The White House has announced they support suspending the intellectual property rights on COVID-19 vaccine in order to increase vaccine production. This has surprised European Allies including Germany that have said they wouldn't like to cross that line. Other opponents say it won't help because ramping up production of vaccines is not based solely on the recipe but the raw materials available and the production facility capabilities. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with Craig Singleton, of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, about the announcement and what it may mean to vaccine production and the companies that developed their own.
Wyoming Republican Rep. Liz Cheney says her party is at a "turning point." President Biden says the Republicans are a "mini revolution." But is the GOP really in the middle of a civil war? Florida Republican Sen Rick Scott discusses the state of his party and how united they are in defeating the Democrats' bold agenda. Sen. Scott also weighs in on Big Tech, the threat from China and what infrastructure spending he is willing to support. Facebook extending their ban on former President Donald Trump has rekindled the debate over social media power and free speech. Is Big Tech not only using their influence to censor conservatives but impact future elections? FOX News Sunday host Chris Wallace discusses why Donald Trump's ban from big platform could be problematic for his political future. Plus. Wallace weighs in on the so-called Republican Civil War and President Joe Biden's apparent 'mixed messaging' when it comes to masks. Plus, commentary from FOX Nation host Tom Shillue.
The Facebook Oversight Board may have extended Donald Trump's ban but it also gives the social media company six months to decide on a permanent ban and justify its decision. The board was created to make such calls and now has sent that decision back to the company, once again calling into question how social media sites actually decide on banning content or users. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with Kara Frederick, former NSA Analyst & Tech Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, about the ban on the former president and what goes into the judgments social media companies make.
The issues of border security and immigration remain a major headache for the Biden Administration. Republicans continue to call it a 'crisis' and the number of migrants who tried to cross in April was at a record level. In a recent interview, President Biden said they've now "gotten control" of the border, but Texas Democrat Rep. Henry Cuellar disagrees.  Rep. Cuellar joins the Rundown to discuss why the problem is not under control, and what both Biden Administration and Congress must do to solve the border mess. Tax Day is Monday May 17th following an extension from the Treasury Department and IRS due to the difficult economic circumstances for citizens during the pandemic. As taxpayers begin to navigate a tax filing season unlike any other, Dan Geltrude, CPA and Managing Partner at Geltrude & Company LLC joins to explain what Americans must account for this tax season due to stimulus checks and unemployment benefits, what impact the extension of the filing deadline could have and why you should consider President Biden's proposed tax hikes before you file. Plus, commentary by Theologian and Fox News contributor Jonathan Morris.
Jihyun Park escaped from North Korea on two separate occasions while freeing herself from human traffickers and reuniting with a lost son before fleeing to England. Park faced torture and forced labor camps but now becomes the first North Korean defector to stand as a candidate for local elections in the United Kingdom. FOX's Simon Owen spoke to Jihyun Park about the long and dangerous path she faced to get to where she is now.
Former President Trump launched a new communications platform on Tuesday that will let him post comments, videos and pictures. The rollout comes as Facebook's Oversight Board prepares to announce today if the former President can have his account reinstated or if he will be permanently banned. Facebook along with other social media sites like Twitter, Instagram and YouTube banned President Trump from using their platforms following the 2020 election. Big Tech companies have been under a lot of scrutiny for censoring Republican voices on their platforms. GOP lawmakers have been calling for the removal of Section 230 which grants internet companies immunity for most third-party content. Senator Bill Hagerty (R-TN) is one of those lawmakers. He joins the Rundown to explain his new legislation that will force Big Tech companies to protect free speech, declare social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter "common carriers" and repeal Section 230. House Republicans have intensified campaign efforts for the midterm elections, adding more Democratic lawmakers to their list of House seats they hope they can flip in 2022. Fox News national politics reporter Paul Steinhauser joins to forecast the likelihood that the Republicans will reclaim control of the House following the 2022 midterms, which Senate races will be closely contested by both parties and he unpacks the House GOP leadership's internal dispute over Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming. Plus, commentary by FOX News contributor Liz Peek.
A conversation between Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif and a journalist in which the minister criticizes the Ayatollah and the Revolutionary Guard has been leaked to the public. While such a leak in Iran could be considered rare, the timing of it is more suspect. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with Kasra Aarabi, of the Tony Blair Institute, about the leak and why it could be a play to get United States sanctions against Iran lifted.
During his address to a joint session of Congress last week, President Biden called for Congress to pass his immigration reform bill that will address border security and includes a pathway of citizenship for undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children. The President has been met with increased criticism by Republicans for the "crisis" at the southern border and surging of migrant crossings. Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) weighs in on the situation at the border, President Biden's immigration proposal and why you can't address amnesty without securing the border first. On Friday, April 30th the Senate Intelligence Committee announced it would be investigating the mysterious energy attacks that gained attention in late 2016 when U.S. diplomats in Cuba experienced severe medical conditions as a result of suspected sonic attacks. Fox News National Security Correspondent Jennifer Griffin joins to discuss this pattern of mysterious energy attacks against U.S. diplomats and intelligence agents, what technology could be causing these events and which foreign adversaries are likely suspects. Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of "Fox Across America."
Today is World Press Freedom Day and the journalism NGO 'Reporters Sans Frontiers' (RSF) releases its yearly global index of countries with the highest and lowest amount of press freedoms. This year's report shows an increase in journalists all over the world being killed or imprisoned for their reporting. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks with Yonat Friling, Senior FOX News Field Producer, about where countries are on the list.
More Americans continue to get vaccinated as we head towards the summer and parents, teachers and students alike are looking ahead to what the school year might look like next fall. Infectious Diseases expert Dr. Amesh Adalja joins to discuss the progress being made on immunizations in the U.S. and what he believes the pandemic response got wrong about school reopenings. Later, he reflects on the new sense of optimism and how vaccinations are propelling the nation towards a return to safety and normalcy.   Attorney General Merrick Garland announced a “pattern of practice” investigation into the Minneapolis, MN and Louisville, KY police departments following the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor to address policing issues within both departments. Attorney and Outnumbered co-host Emily Compagno explains what these investigations look like and why she thinks police officers and communities need to be heard as well during these investigations.   Plus, commentary by Cal Thomas, syndicated columnist and author of “America’s Expiration Date.”
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Comments (51)

HQ Wang

i do not think that us have the ability to defeat iran

Nov 25th
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Phil Green

Shameful that supposedly "fair and balanced" reporters are pushing the leftist propaganda of "move on, you have no evidence" even while the courts are beginning the process of reviewing the evidence. STOP with the snarky adjectives or you can join the New York Times in the reject pile.

Nov 11th
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Roberto Krebbers

the hunter Biden scandal.???? whahaha..Trump himself is a walking talking (lying) scandal This is hypocrisy at his best(worse) not saying anything about Trump's behaviour for the last four years...everything that's happened was oke and you all kept your mouth shut and to talk about scandal right now about hunter/Biden is just wrong and it seems a little..(no not a little) it seems despicable and desperate

Oct 19th
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Conrad Mollink

RSS aan be wa

Aug 18th
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Roberto Krebbers

Trump does nothing to stop Corona..this is not an idea or a suggestion this is the truth, look at other countries no other country has as much death as in the USA ..and he says " we did a wonderful job and the mortality rate is lowering and I saved millions of lives " it's a crime what your president says and does, better said doesn't do,..Europe doesn't have better equipment or doctor's or more money but we are almost clean of Corona ..why are you in so much trouble with the Corona virus in the USA???

Jul 8th
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Roberto Krebbers

WTF .!?!?..Libya.?!? what about the USA,people are dying right now in the USA talk about that..sorry I know the people of Libya are also human beings,but with what is happening right now in the USA ..who the f@$k cares about Libya..

Jun 26th
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M

Fox doesn't represent conservatives anymore. Fox why do you report the race in headlines when it suits the leftist narrative but not when a group of blacks beat a white person? Tucker is the only worthwhile person you guys have left

Jun 18th
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William Beshlian

Richard, I am willing to add my voice. But, are you willing to call out those who commit and foment this violence? I don't care what color you are if you do this. The majority of protesters arrested this weekend where I live, Omaha, Nebraska were white. I'll stand by you if you get face to face and call out blacks who do this if you stand by me when I call out white people who do this.

Jun 1st
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William Beshlian

Well said Geraldo!

May 15th
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William Beshlian

Doc, my Father (a WW II vet) gave me that same advice the day I deployed for Operation Desert Shield/Storm

Apr 15th
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William Beshlian

General call it what it is, a war an unconventional war

Apr 14th
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William Beshlian

Life is not "returning to normal" in China. It's a show. China has been uncooperative from the start. This is the result they wanted all along.

Apr 14th
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William Beshlian

Way to go Janice! I was an early adopter too. Having two high risk individuals in my home and facing the possibility of interacting with some friends and relatives who are high risk, it was the responsible thing to do.

Apr 13th
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A H

TRUMP 2020

Apr 6th
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Camilo r corrales

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Mar 31st
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William Beshlian

Marin Cuban we have plenty to root for. We need to encourage our kids who are E-learning, check in on our family, friends, neighbors, how about the medical people, truckers, everyone who is caring for us and keeping the economy running...

Mar 26th
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Camilo r corrales

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Mar 26th
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Dre 2020

🤷🏽‍♂️

Mar 22nd
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Camilo r corrales

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Feb 17th
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Camilo r corrales

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ great episode and interview of Eric trump

Feb 17th
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