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FOX News Rundown Episodes (25)
Mike Rowe’s Concerns for America’s Working Class
COVID-19 has impacted all Americans in some way. 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, commentary by Fox News Correspondent at Large, Geraldo Rivera.
Global Pandemic: European Countries Reopen, What Can We Learn?
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.
When The Country Reopens, Will Americans Want To Leave Their Homes?
President Trump is hoping to make a push to reopen parts of the economy. 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 Economic Of Ending America's Lockdown'
As the Coronavirus task force meets daily, President Trump has left reopening of the economy to the Governors’ judgment. Liz Claman 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.
America’s Road to Recovery
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. Senator Rick Scott, R-Fl., weighs in on how to reopen the country and discusses the next round of the Paycheck Protection Program funding for small businesses.
Campaigning In A Time Of Corona
2020 is shaping up to be the first-ever virtual presidential election in U.S. history. Communications Director for the 2020 Trump reelection campaign Tim Murtaugh joins the 'Rundown' to discuss shifting the campaign online, going up against former Vice President Joe Biden, and more!
Global Pandemic: Hard Work and Heartbreak Inside an ICU
Doctors on the frontlines of the pandemic are focused on both medical and mental health of patients. Most hospitals have banned visitors, leaving patients with the fear of dying alone. Trey Yingst speaks with experts on the devastating impact that isolation is having on patients and their families.
Good News for Drivers, Bad News for Big Oil
Oil prices plunged so dramatically on Monday that it turned negative. What do these historically low energy prices mean for the overall economy? Judge Andrew Napolitino gives his thoughts on the matter and takes a deeper look at the lawsuits against China for its handling of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Global Pandemic: Could the Coronavirus Bring Peace to the Mideast?
The covid-19 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.
America Begins To Open Its Doors Again
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 cases? Plus, how have other countries fared with less restrictive lockdowns?
'Corona Crisis Testing Both Campaigns'
As many states are starting phase one of reopening their economy, the impact on both the U.S. economy and the 2020 presidential race have been large. Chris Stirewalt, discusses recent Fox News polls and a claim from a former aide that Joe Biden sexually assaulted her in the 1990s.
Why South Dakota Remained Open for Business
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.
Global Pandemic: Testing and Contact Tracing Improving
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.
Holding China Accountable
Assistant Attorney General of National Security John Demers weighs in on the worsening relations between the U.S. and China amidst the pandemic and dives into the big question at large; will China be held accountable and if so, will there be repercussions for their misinformation?
Global Pandemic: Sweden Fishing for Answers
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.
The Parallels Between 9/11 and Now
As COVID-19 continues, there are a lot of questions on what we need from our leaders. George Pataki was the governor of New York when terrorists attacked on September 11, 2001. Pataki discusses the parallels between 9/11 and COVID-19 and who he supports going into the 2020 presidential election.
Vice President Pence on Getting America Back to Work
Vice President Mike Pence has been leading the White House task force against the coronavirus pandemic. The Vice President sits down with Jon Decker to talk about reopening the U.S. economy, getting Americans back to work, and his recent tour to a General Motors plant that is making ventilators.
'From Empty Streets to Empty Shelves?
Consumers are rushing to buy meat amid shortage concerns after the USDA reported production was down significantly in April. Leslie Sarasin, president and CEO of the Food Industry Association, discusses the strain on our supply chain and the impacts Americans might see in grocery stores.