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The FOX News Rundown is the place to find in-depth reporting on the news that impacts you. Each morning, Mike Emanuel, 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.    Plus, every night, The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition brings you even more coverage of the day's biggest stories and on the weekend, you’ll hear everything that’s going on in the beltway with The FOX News Rundown: From Washington and special uncut, unedited interviews with The FOX News Rundown: Extra.    Each day 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 twice a day, every day. read less

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The Fox News Rundown podcast delivers the latest news, twice a day. This podcast is not an audio clip from a Fox News TV program. It is a standalone show produced by Fox News Radio. Each morning, an episode details the biggest news stories of the day. Each evening, the hosts discuss another topic of national or international interest.

Fox News often spotlights conservative political commentary. The Fox News Rundown focuses on current events and ongoing news stories. People from all political perspectives may appreciate this podcast. The nature of a news program is that the subjects can be different each day, but war, politics, schools, and natural disasters are frequent topics on this show. So are health issues, the economy, and immigration.

Dave Anthony, Lisa Brady, Mike Emanuel, Chris Foster, Alex Hogan, and Jessica Rosenthal host The Fox News Rundown podcast. Each host is a well-informed, proficient journalist. Often they'll interview real-life sources to ensure information is credible. Each 15 to 30-minute episode is engaging and filled with fresh topics. The show's consistent format helps keep it informative and straightforward.

Listeners will appreciate the variety of topics in The Fox News Rundown podcast. Sometimes the show will mention how the anniversary of a historic event is affecting the world today. Other times, it'll be a discussion of coming changes in a particular industry or field. This podcast is excellent for those who already enjoy Fox News.

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Episodes

From Washington: Michael Cohen Testifies Against His Old Boss
4d ago
From Washington: Michael Cohen Testifies Against His Old Boss
Donald Trump's former lawyer and the prosecution's star witness, Michael Cohen, testified at the former U.S. president's criminal trial this week in New York. Cohen, who is believed to be the only one who can concretely link the former president to the crimes prosecutors accuse him of, testified that the reimbursements the former president made to him for paying adult film star Stormy Daniels were not a legal retainer, despite statements that say otherwise. While Cohen reportedly kept his cool on the stand, does the jury believe him? Attorney and former New York County Assistant District Attorney Elliot Felig joins to discuss the latest on Trump’s hush money trial and weigh in on how he thinks Cohen has done on the stand so far.  It's been a long road for North Carolinians when it comes to voter identification law -- as the question of whether voters are required to have a photo ID has been brought to both state and federal courts in recent years. Now, this legal tug-of-war is back in headlines after the case was re-opened in court last week, as a federal judge who once blocked the law agreed to hear formal arguments from those who believe the law is discriminatory. To break it all down, FOX News Contributor Andy McCarthy joins to discuss why this case presents far more of 'a societal problem than a legal problem,' how much the law has impacted voting in North Carolina, and what he believes the final verdict will be in the case. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
From Washington: Bring On The Debates
5d ago
From Washington: Bring On The Debates
Traditions are being thrown out the window left and right as former President Donald Trump accepted current President Joe Biden's offer to debate at the end of June...despite their respective parties having officially nominated neither. The first 2024 Presidential debate is set for June 27th at CNN's studios in Atlanta, more than two weeks before former President Trump will officially accept the Republican nomination for President at the GOP Convention and more than a month before President Biden officially claims his re-nomination. Former Deputy Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor to President George W. Bush and FOX News Political Analyst Karl Rove reacts to this week's debate news and weighs in on the state of the race.    On Tuesday, West Virginia voters made their choice for who will vie for the senate seat left open by the retiring moderate Democrat Joe Manchin. Manchin is currently the only Democrat elected to statewide office in West Virginia. Manchin's pick to succeed him, Glenn Elliot, did win the Democratic primary. But the Republican primary was won by Jim Justice, a popular governor with the backing of former President Trump. The outcome makes West Virginia one of - if not THE most likely flip of a contested Senate race. Host of Talkline with Hoppy Kercheval on West Virginia's MetroNews, Hoppy Kercheval, joins to discuss the Senate race in the Mountain State, the senate race in neighboring Maryland, and the GOP's hopes to take control of the Senate.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Shannon Bream on 2024 Polls, Debates About Debates, And The RFK Jr. Snub
6d ago
Shannon Bream on 2024 Polls, Debates About Debates, And The RFK Jr. Snub
Recent FOX News polling shows that most Americans would vote for former President Trump over President Biden if they had to cast their ballots today. Those polls show President Biden currently trailing behind by one percentage point in a two-way matchup, giving his supporters some hope that victory is still possible in November. On Wednesday, the two leading candidates agreed to not one but two debates this year, with the parameters being negotiated by the campaigns. FOX News Sunday Anchor Shannon Bream joins the Rundown to discuss the latest polls, the suspected rules for the first debate, and why the President's latest response to the Israel-Hamas war isn't helping his campaign. A potential wake-up call for four-year colleges comes after a new report found that public universities saw a record-setting drop in revenue in 2023. Schools are making less money despite tuition costs across the country steadily rising. In fact, college tuition and fees have jumped 860% since 1983. While skyrocketing tuition costs are forcing students to make tough decisions about pursuing higher education, more affordable trade schools are seeing their enrollment numbers on the rise. FOX Business correspondent Madison Alworth joins the podcast to explain why costs have risen, struggling college enrollment, and how schools are justifying their massive price tags. Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary by Vice President of Communications for Focus on The Family, Paul Batura. Photo Credit: AP Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Why Presidents Trump And Biden Want An Early Debate
1w ago
Why Presidents Trump And Biden Want An Early Debate
President Biden and former President Trump agreed to terms for two presidential debates, one scheduled for June and another for September. Former President Trump has been calling out President Biden for months on the campaign trail, challenging him to debates. Now, voters will see both in action on stage, discussing the economy, the border, abortion, and other hot button issues impacting the country. Chairman and CEO of Stagwell Inc., chairman of the Harris Poll, and FOX News Contributor Mark Penn joins the Rundown to discuss what led President Biden to make the move to challenge the former President to debate, why swing voters are the key to the election, and what he expects out of each candidate. America is currently dealing with political and cultural unrest, with pro-Palestinian and anti-Israel protests taking place on college campuses. Various organizations and movements are working to bring people together during this divisive time, and The Builders Movement, a global initiative addressing the "us vs. them" mentality, launched earlier this week. Founder of KIND Snacks, Daniel Lubetzky, and co-founder of the Muhammad Ali Center, Lonnie Ali, joined the podcast to discuss the polarization in America, why extremist ideologies are given so much attention, and how civil dialogue could build a bridge between human beings on each side. Plus, commentary by FOX News contributor Deroy Murdock. Photo Credit: AP Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What’s Fueling America’s Unrest?
May 15 2024
What’s Fueling America’s Unrest?
The recent spate of anti-Israel protests on college campuses has raised a larger question of who is running schools, institutions, and newsrooms. In many cases, university faculty have come out in support of student protesters, despite some demonstrations featuring violence and anti-Semitism. Now in the midst of graduation season, students at some colleges have staged protests during commencement addresses, leading some of these ceremonies to be canceled altogether. Co-Founder of The Free Press and author of “Morning After the Revolution,” Nellie Bowles joins the Rundown to discuss the campus protests, how far left ideology has crept into campuses and institutions, and shares her rocky experiences working at The New York Times. Jury selection began this week in a Manhattan courtroom for Senator Robert Menendez's (D-NJ) corruption trial. The New Jersey lawmaker takes to the court for a second time, facing bribery charges, yet this time involving hundreds of thousands of dollars in gold bars. Menendez has expressed that he will not run for reelection in the Garden State as a Democrat, keeping open the possibility of running as an independent. FOX News Senior Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram joins to explain the charges the Senator faces and why he may pin it all on his wife of four years. Plus, commentary from FOX News contributor Joe Concha.  Photo Credit: AP Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Swing State Voters Are Bucking Bidenomics
May 14 2024
Swing State Voters Are Bucking Bidenomics
Election Day is getting closer, and former President Donald Trump is leading the polls in key swing states. The former President returns to court in Manhattan today for Day 17 of the hush-money trial. However, the legal woes aren't slowing his momentum. President Joe Biden continues to tout its economic achievements, yet many Americans still struggle to make ends meet. In the few short months leading up to November, Professor at the University of Texas, co-director of the FOX News Poll, and member of the FOX News Decision Desk, Daron Shaw, says that both campaigns need to convince voters to side with them, despite many who are hesitant of their previous performances. He joins the Rundown to explain why the Biden campaign is losing Black voters and why Trump's legal troubles aren't hurting his base. Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have made millions of dollars off the border crisis, and a new report from The Free Press detailed just how much money was being spent and how. They found three of the top NGOs spend taxpayer money at the border on pet therapy, horticulture therapy, and even contracting a music therapist who was paid more than half a million dollars in 2022. Meanwhile, the Office of Refugee Resettlement, which's been tasked with finding safe sponsors for unaccompanied minors, has been scrutinized for their vetting process that has placed some minors with human traffickers. A former senior law enforcement advisor at the Department of Homeland Security, Charles Marino, joins to explain how a lack of oversight for NGOs border spending is going to cause “astronomical” fraud, waste, and abuse. Plus, commentary from former acting DHS Secretary, Chad Wolf. Photo Credit: AP Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices