FOX News Rundown Episodes (25)
Extra: Former CDC Director: 'The Great Pandemic' Is Coming and We're Not Ready
Dr. Marty Makary and Dr. Robert Redfield’s joined FOX's Lisa Brady to discuss the avian flu killing millions of birds and how public health officials must rebuild the public's damaged trust after COVID-19.
Evening Edition: Meteorologists Have The Final Say In Rocket Launches
FOX's Alex Hogan speaks with Launch Weather Officer with Space Force's 45th Weather Squadron Brian Cizek, who says you can blame his team for canceling that rocket launch you looked forward to watching.
Senator Cruz's Push To Save AM Radio
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) joins the podcast to share how AM radio remains an important tool for communicating during emergencies and his suspicion that the push to end AM radio was targeting conservative voices.
Evening Edition: Netanyahu Says All Options Available To Prevent A Nuclear Iran
FOX's Eben Brown spoke with Fox News Mideast Correspondent in Jerusalem Trey Yingst about the nuclear watchdog group 'IAEA' releasing a report that resolved a pair of disputes with Iran's nuclear program and Israel's reaction to it.
The GOP Field Is Expanding Again
National political correspondent Meridith McGraw talks about why the Republican party has shifted away from its initial support for DeSantis and what the Democratic challenger's poll numbers tell us about President Biden's weaknesses heading into 2024.
Evening Edition: North Korea's Failed Spy Satellite Launch Puts Neighbors On Alert
FOX's John Saucier speaks with Senior Research Fellow for Northeast Asia Bruce Klingner about the failed launch of North Korea's spy satellite into orbit and what Pyongyang is after.
The End of Affirmative Action?
Fox News contributor and Law Professor at George Washington University Jonathan Turley joins the Rundown to discuss the constitutionality of affirmative action and the impact it could have on the future of race-based admissions in America.
Evening Edition: Dueling Drone Attacks In Kyiv And Moscow
FOX's Eben Brown spoke with University of New Haven Associate Professor of National Security Dr. Matthew Schmidt about what a strike on Moscow means to Ukrainians and where the war could be heading.
How Is Dark Money Infecting Our Politics?
Fox Congressional correspondent Chad Pergram joins to explain the impact that dark money has in our politics as it is unregulated by the Federal Election Commission, how some politicians use dark money to circumvent campaign rules, and more.
Evening Edition: Helping Veterans Find Work, Housing and Support
FOX's Jeff Monosso speaks with CEO and Founder of 'GI-GO Fund' Jack Fanous about the work his organization does for our veterans and the importance of honoring them on Memorial Day.
Honoring Our History and Fallen Heroes On Memorial Day
On Memorial Day, we honor the men and women who served the U.S. military and tragically sacrificed their lives on behalf of the nation's freedom. America has a long history of celebrating our fallen heroes and recounting their courageous battles.
Extra: How The 2024 GOP Primary Is Starting To Look A Lot Like 2016
Shortly after Gov. DeSantis used Twitter to jump in to the race, FOX's Lisa Brady spoke with Co-Director of the Fox News Poll Daron Shaw discussed DeSantis impact on the GOP field and how he or anyone can overcome Trump’s commanding lead in the polls.
From Washington: Republican Presidential Field Grows As Major Names Announce
Senator John Thune joins FOX's Jared Halpern to discuss why he is backing Senator Tim Scott for president, and how he shapes up compared to former President Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
Extra: Miami Mayor Suarez Talks DeSantis vs Disney, Potential 2024 Bid, And Ethics Investigation
On this episode, Miami mayor Francis Suarez joined FOX's Dave Anthony to discuss why he is considering a run for the presidency and why he thinks he'd be a better pick than anyone in the field including the popular governor of his state.
From Washington: Congress Makes Final Push For Debt Limit Deal
On this episode, FOX's Chad Pergram discusses where each party stands ahead of the looming debt ceiling deadline, as well as the timeline for Congress to strike a deal.
Evening Edition: Is The 'Wagner Group' Boss Putin’s Successor?
FOX's Eben Brown spoke with president of 'Doctrine and Strategy Consulting' Rebekah Koffler about the leader of Russia's mercenaries known as the 'Wagner Group' Yevgeny Prigozhin and how some say he is jockeying to be Putin's replacement.
Is Another Florida Republican Joining The 2024 Race?
Republican Mayor of Miami Francis Suarez joins FOX's Dave Anthony to shares his opinions on Governor DeSantis' 2024 campaign and discusses why he is still weighing whether or not he will join the GOP primary race as well.
Evening Edition: The 2024 GOP Field Expands With Glitchy DeSantis Announcement
In a technically sloppy rollout, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis joined Senator Tim Scott as the second GOP candidate to announce their run this week. FOX's John Saucier speaks with Colin Reed about the lannouncement and the growing field of GOP candidates.
Gov. DeSantis Makes It Official, Tech Issues Aside
Governor Ron DeSantis launched his 2024 presidential campaign Wednesday night. Co-director of the Fox News Poll Austin Daron Shaw joins to discuss how his entry impacts other major candidates like President Biden and former President Trump.
Evening Edition: Both Sides Dug In On Debt Limit Demands
FOX's Eben Brown spoke with Fox News' Senior Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram about where we stand and what consequences the country could face if the U.S. hits the debt ceiling.
White House and The GOP Agree... On Fighting Fentanyl
Congressman Morgan Griffith (R-VA) joins the podcast to explain how his legislation will confront the rampant fentanyl production that is costing U.S. lives and the underlying issues driving this synthetic opioid crisis.
Evening Edition: TikTok Files Suit Against Montana Over Ban
TikTok has filed a lawsuit challenging Montana's new statewide ban of the social media site. FOX's John Saucier speaks with Fox Business Network correspondent Lauren Simonetti about the lawsuit and the chances it will overturn the ban.
How Will Tim Scott Stack Up In The GOP Primary Race?
Former Deputy Chief of Staff to President George W. Bush and Fox News contributor Karl Rove joins the podcast to analyze Senator Tim Scott's chances of winning the nomination and how his positive message contradicts the narrative pushed by the left.
Evening Edition: The United States And Allies To Send Ukraine F-16 Fighter Jets
FOX's Eben Brown spoke with national security analyst and President of IRIS Research Group Dr. Rebecca Grant about President Biden giving his backing to send Ukraine the F-16 fighter jets during the G-7 Summit in Japan.
A Debt Ceiling Dilemma
House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) joins Mike Emanuel to discuss the latest in the debt ceiling negotiations. Plus, he addresses the findings of the Durham report as well as his take on the 2024 Republican Presidential primary.
FOX News Rundown Clips
From Washington: A Divided Government Reaches A Debt Limit Deal
On this episode, FOX's Chad Pergram joins Jared Halpern to explain the contents of the bill, the threats to Speaker McCarthy's leadership, and what the bipartisan compromise means for the divided government.
A Swing District Showdown Is Happening In New Jersey
Republican Congressional candidate Tom Kean joins to discuss why he believes he can turn New Jersey's 7th Congressional District red again in November, what concerns he is hearing from voters on the campaign trail, and more.
Violent Crime Wreaking Havoc in America
Unprompted violent crimes are on the rise in several major cities across America. Melanie, a West Los Angeles resident attacked in broad daylight just a block from her home, joins the Rundown to share how her assault impacted her life.
War On Ukraine: President Biden Announces Ban On Russian Oil And Gas Imports
John Saucier speaks to FOX's Ed Lawrence about President Biden announcing a ban on Russian oil and gas imports after building pressure from both parties in Congress to do so and the repercussions of it.