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FOX News Rundown Extra: What You Need To Know About The Covid-19 Variants And Vaccines
As the coronavirus vaccine rollout continues across the nation, Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are promising a surge of vaccine doses, but new Covid variants in the U.S. are raising more concerns about how effective the vaccine will be against the new strains.
On The Fox News Rundown this week, host Jessica Rosenthal spoke to Dr. Marty Makary, professor of surgery and health policy at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Fox News contributor, about the new strains and if the vaccines can combat them.
Dr. Marty Makary also weighs in on what life in America will be like in a few months as we approach herd immunity and whether mask mandates and other restrictions will still be necessary.
The conversation with Dr. Makary was too long and we could not include all of it in our original segment. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear his entire take on the threat the Covid variants pose and if our vaccines will be effective.
FOX News Rundown Extra: Karl Rove On What Trump Should And Should Not Say At CPAC
The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) has kicked off. Many Republican 2024 presidential hopefuls will be in attendance, but will likely be overshadowed by the presence of Donald Trump when he delivers his first major speech since leaving the White House on Sunday.
On the FOX News Rundown this week, Former Deputy Chief of Staff for President George W. Bush and Fox News Contributor Karl Rove previews the speech and what he thinks former President Trump should focus on to help unify the deeply divided GOP.
Rove also explained why the stakes of Trump's speech are so high for both his potential future political ambitions and the future of the Republican party.
The conversation with Karl Rove was too long and we could not include all of it in our original segment. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear Karl Rove's take on the so-called Republican civil war and why Trump's CPAC appearance could have major implications for the 2022 and 2024 elections.
Evening Edition: Airstrikes In Syria Are Message To Iran
President Biden ordered airstrikes to attack Iranian-backed militias in an ungoverned part of Syria. The Pentagon says this was in response to weeks of rocket attacks on the United States Embassy in Baghdad blamed on such Iranian-backed forces. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with FOX's Lucas Tomlinson, at the Pentagon, about the latest on the airstrike and the message it sends to Iran.
How Trump's CPAC Speech Could Determine GOP's Future
The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) kicked off on Thursday. Many Republican 2024 presidential hopefuls will be in attendance, but will likely be overshadowed by the presence of Donald Trump. On Sunday, the former President will be delivering his first major speech since leaving the White House. Former Deputy Chief of Staff for President George W. Bush and Fox News Contributor, Karl Rove weighs in on the upcoming speech from the former President and what he thinks he should focus on to help unify the deeply divided GOP.
Nearly a year into the Coronavirus pandemic and a majority of children are still participating in school remotely. For many families, remote learning has been a burden. While many public school districts have had difficulty reopening, many Catholic schools have been open for months. Thomas Carroll, Superintendent for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston, discusses how they were able to open safely, how teachers, parents and students reacted to the return of in-person learning and what public schools can learn from their experience.
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Plus, commentary by Guy Benson, host of the Guy Benson Show.
Evening Edition: Lebanon Has Not Recovered From Beirut Blast
Lebanon has been descending into poverty and chaos since an explosion rocked the capital in August with banks and hospitals in a state of collapse. What worsens the matter is the fact the Prime Minister and his cabinet stepped down following the blast and a new government is yet to be formed. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Rabih Torbay, CEO & President of Project HOPE, about how NGO's, including his own, are trying to help the country stabilize itself.
Trump And Questions About His Future In The Spotlight at CPAC
CPAC, the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, starts today in Orlando, Florida. On Sunday, former President Trump will take the stage for his first public address since leaving office. Congressman Adam Kinzinger, an Illinois Republican, discusses what role the former President could play in the future and the blowback he received for criticizing Trump. Rep. Kinzinger also weighs in on what aspects of the Covid relief bill he supports and what he thinks the new administration should be doing in Afghanistan.
The Biden administration is facing backlash and being accused of hypocrisy following the decision to reopen a child migration detention facility in Carrizo Springs, Texas. The same facility was used in 2019 by the Trump administration, which received harsh criticism from then candidates, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, for putting kids in cages. The White House defending the decision to reopen the facility, saying that it was only temporary and is needed because of the Covid-19 pandemic. FOX News White House Correspondent Kristin Fisher explains why the White House is saying it's not the same as what the previous administration did. Deputy Director of the ACLU's National Immigrants' Rights Project, Lee Gelernt weighs in on the Biden administration's decision and what alternatives it has to house these migrant children.
Plus, commentary by syndicated columnist Cal Thomas.