The FOX News Rundown is a news-based daily morning podcast. Each morning, Mike Emanuel, Alex Hogan, 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. You'll hear a contrast of perspectives you may not hear elsewhere while going far beyond the basic headlines. 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 each morning.
Evening Edition: What Is Known About The Newest COVID Omicron Variant
As the Omicron variant of COVID-19 infects millions of people around the world, many health experts hope it could lead to the end of coronavirus in Europe and other regions of the world. Though this comes as a sub-variant was identified and is spreading in several countries around the world as well. Dr. Syra Madad, the Special Pathogens Program senior director at NYC Health and Hospitals, discusses whether or not global trends suggest if the end of the COVID pandemic is near, what researchers know about the newest COVID Omicron variant BA.2, and why vaccinating the world's poorest countries is so important.
NJ Democrat On Police Reform: “You Need To Invest, Not Defund.”
As major U.S. cities are seeing a spike in crime rates and tragedies like the recent death of two N.Y.P.D. officers, a bipartisan group of lawmakers have responded by introducing the Invest to Protect Act. New Jersey Democratic Congressman Josh Gottheimer who co-authored the bill, joins the Rundown to discuss the legislation, how he is addressing the needs of his district in Washington, and the importance of lawmakers working across the aisle to create concrete progress.
For eight seasons on Fox Nation, Brian Kilmeade has been traveling across America exploring places that were pivotal in the country’s history, with his show ‘What Made America Great.’ Now, the Fox & Friends co-host and Brian Kilmeade Show radio host is launching a new weekend show ‘One Nation,’ which will premiere on Saturday, January 29th on The FOX News Channel. Kilmeade joins the Fox News Rundown to talk about what he’ll be bringing to his latest endeavor.
Plus, commentary by comedian and writer, Kris Fried.
Evening Edition: Combating Anti-Semitism On International Holocaust Remembrance Day
Today, the world marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day, commemorating the day in 1945 when the Auschwitz concentration camp was liberated. This year, the day is also being used by influential members of the Jewish community to speak out against the rise of anti-Semitism. Recently, the United Nations passed a resolution to condemn Holocaust denial. It was co-sponsored by Germany, but Iran did not approve of the measure. The event highlights how certain groups of people around the world still deny that the Holocaust took place and add to ongoing international antisemitism. Ambassador Danny Danon, Israel's former Permanent Representative to the United Nations, discusses what world leaders can do to combat the alarming rise of anti-Semitism.
The Battle To Replace Justice Breyer
Sources familiar with 83-year-old Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer have shared he plans to retire at the end of the current term after more than 27 years on the Court. Now, all eyes shift to President Biden as Americans anticipate who he will choose to fill the liberal justice’s seat. During his presidential campaign, then-candidate Biden stated he intends to appoint the first female African-American Supreme Court Justice and Americans are curious to see if he will follow through on his promise. Fox News Chief Legal Correspondent Shannon Bream joins to discuss what landmark cases still remain for Justice Breyer before he steps down, who the frontrunners are to replace Breyer and how the nominating process for a new justice will play out.
As athletes across the globe prepare for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, several countries have announced diplomatic boycotts of the games, meaning that their top officials won’t be in attendance. The controversy over this year’s Olympics stems from human rights concerns alleging China’s abuse towards Uyghur Muslims. In response, the Chinese government has denied the accusations and warned that political comments could be subject to punishment. Two-time Olympic cross-country skier, Noah Hoffman, joins The Fox News Rundown to discuss the safety and censorship of athletes in this year’s games, the role of sponsors, and the many pressures Olympic athletes face during their careers.
Plus, commentary by radio show host, Jason Rantz.
Evening Edition: A "Humanitarian Disaster" In the Gulf
This month, Iranian-backed Houthi fighters in Yemen have launched drone and ballistic missile attacks against the city of Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. The events mark a clear escalation and expansion of violence related to the civil war in Yemen. Efforts at finding a peaceful resolution to the conflict, which has raged for years but has been largely been overlooked by the international press, have been unsuccessful so far. Jack Kennedy, a senior analyst at IHS Markit, discusses the motivation behind the latest attack, the ongoing efforts to end the civil war, and why it's important the world pays more attention to this humanitarian disaster.
How To Address America's Surge in Violent Crime
Crime remains a huge concern for Americans, as violent crime rose in 2020 and national police data shows this trend continued in 2021. On Friday, January 21st U-S Attorney General Merrick Garland announced the federal government plans to create a comprehensive strategy to help cities and towns fight against rising violent crime. Former federal prosecutor, Jim Trusty, joins to break down Americans’ growing frustration over rising crime, how shifting politics on law enforcement and criminal punishments are contributing to the trends the U.S. is seeing, and what can be done from a federal level to help communities across the nation combat crime.
Amid rising international tensions, North Korea fired two test missiles into the sea on Tuesday, marking what has now been five rounds of tests this January. Earlier this month, the US imposed new sanctions on North Korea, however, the country responded with more tests and a warning of even more to come. Bruce Klingner, a former CIA Deputy Division Chief for Korea and a Senior Fellow for Northeast Asia at the Heritage Foundation, joins the Fox News Rundown to discuss what to make of the nuclear missile tests and warnings, compare how the Biden and Trump administrations handled relations with North Korea and predict what we can expect through the rest of the year.
Plus, commentary by Guy Benson, host of the Guy Benson Show.
Juan Williams is a Race Baiter
I would give it five stars, but Williams dragged it down by 2 stars. Keep putting that jerk on and I’ll keep taking stars off.Why in the world is fox keep employing dumb liberals? I know they want fair and balanced, but good grief, get somebody with half a brain
Julie Kelly is doing In depth investigative reporting on January 6. You might have her on your show for the rest of the story.
This is the best
I have always loved the news and I can’t get it on my car radio so I listen to this when I can cause I want to listen (or see) what’s happening in the world