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FOX News Rundown Episodes (25)
From Washington: Taylor Swift Ticketmaster Debacle Triggers Anti-Trust Investigation
Former Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission William Kovacic explains how Ticketmaster and Live Nation were able to merge and rout competition. Plus, how the power that the FTC and Congress hold could help limit corporate monopolies.
From Washington: Rail Strike Looms Large Ahead Of Holiday Season
FOX's Edward Lawrence joins to discuss the steps that Congress could take to broker a deal with the unions, how the White House's involvement has diminished since the Midterms, and the issues that the unions are seeking to solve in the new contract.
Are American Airports Braced For The Holiday Rush?
Travel and small business analyst Mark Murphy explains how remote work has transformed the traditional American travel habits around the holidays, how airlines have been preparing for a boom in travel, and how to navigate the airport with less stress.
Is The Clock Running Out For TikTok & China's 'Data Vacuum?'
House Armed Services Committee Member Congressman Michael Waltz (R-FL) joins the Rundown to discuss how China poses a threat to Americans' data. He also explains why he believes an invasion of Taiwan is imminent and outlines the devastating consequences.
Evening Edition: Two Dead In Poland After Blast Near Ukraine Border
FOX's John Saucier speaks with Associate Professor at the University of New Haven Dr. Matthew Schmidt about two people reportedly being killed after missiles hit an area where grain was drying in the Polish village of Przewodów near the Ukrainian border.