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Global Pandemic: Russia Knows We Know And They Don't Care
This week saw the FBI Director and the National Intelligence Director announce there has been efforts by Russia and Iran to obtain voter information and the indictment of six Russian intelligence officers said to have been involved in some of the most devastating cyberattacks of the past few years. While United States authorities continue to find evidence of cyberattacks from Russia, Moscow denies any involvement. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Matthew Rojansky, the Director of the Wilson Center's Kennan Institute, about why Russia seems unconcerned by any allegations of cyber warfare.
Who Won The Final Showdown?
The final presidential debate of 2020 was more of a civil and substantive exchange between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. COVID-19, race relations and election interference were some of the big topics brought up Thursday night. So did the candidates have the big night they needed to sway support from the remaining undecided voters? FOX News Radio's National Correspondent Jared Halpern, FOX News Radio's Political Analyst Josh Kraushaar and Co-Founder & President of RealClearPolitics Tom Bevan weigh in.
Despite a boycott from Democrats, The Senate Judiciary Committee unanimously advanced the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett. While some in his party have called for 'packing the court,' Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden now says he wants to create a bipartisan committee to study whether our court system needs to be overhauled. Chris Wallace, host of Fox News Sunday , discusses whether the Judicial Branch needs reforms and if Biden's latest response to the court packing question will satisfy voters.
Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers.
Plus, commentary by Fox Nation host Tammy Bruce.
Global Pandemic: Trump Announces Sudan To Be Removed From Terror List
On Monday, President Trump announced that Sudan will be taken of the state sponsors of terror list after compensating the families of victims of terror attacks. Once off the list, Sudan would be eligible for international aid, could begin international business dealings and possibly normalize relations with Israel, something the White House has also pushed for. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Cameron Hudson, Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Africa Center, about the deal and how Sudan got to a position the United States could offer it.
The Last Chance To Sway Voters From The Debate Stage
Tonight is the final Presidential debate and the stakes couldn't be higher for President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. Republican political debate coach Brett O'Donnell and FOX News political analyst Juan Williams discuss what mistakes both candidates must avoid and what their closing arguments to the American people should be.
As we hit the homestretch for the 2020 election, the intelligence community is focused on preventing Russian interference after hard lessons learned from 2016. Chief Security Adviser at Sentinel One and Cyber Security Expert, Morgan Wright joins today's 'Rundown' to discuss Russia's ongoing threat to America and other countries' election process. He also explains the growing threat of cyber warfare from nations besides Russia and how it is becoming a national security threat.
Plus, commentary by former White House speechwriter & Fox News Contributor Marc Thiessen.
Global Pandemic: COVID-19 Cases Surge As 'Pandemic Fatigue' Sets In
The United States is seeing an unsettling surge in COVID-19 cases across almost all states. State officials are warning of 'pandemic fatigue' as they see many people loosen social distancing rules, grow tired of wearing masks and attend larger gatherings. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with FOX's Jonathan Serrie about the surge in cases and the preliminary concerns of the eventual distribution of a vaccine.
Did Big Tech's Blocking of the Hunter Biden Story Backfire?
Social media companies have been under scrutiny lately. Republicans are accusing Twitter and Facebook of blocking access to a recent unflattering New York Post about Hunter Biden's business dealings. Howie Kurtz, host of Media Buzz on the Fox News Channel and the Media BUZZmeter podcast, discusses Hunter Biden's email controversy, and gives his take on how both Big Tech and some news agencies should be handling the story.
With just two weeks until the Presidential election, polling averages continue to show former Vice President Joe Biden leading President Trump, but is there time for the President to turn it around and win a second term? Daron Shaw, member of the Fox News Decision Desk team and professor at the University of Texas at Austin, discusses what the polls are showing now. Plus he weighs in on the criticism from the 2016 polls and how polling is different for this election
Plus, commentary by Kat Timpf, co-host of the "Tyrus and Timpf" podcast.
Customer ReviewsSee All
The news is fine, but the interview questions are such softballs, not worth your time. No ideas get challenged.
What about USA? Jimmy Failla is as much an exaggerator and mis-truther as Trump.
Today’s episode spend minutes talking about Italy Corona Virus. What about issues and efforts here in USA like Seattle and New Rochelle. What is the Administration doing and what are projections for USA.
Chris Wallace’s Opinions Are Not News
Please put in the work and interview actual news makers. Lately you’ve been interviewing your own staff. Chris Wallace’s impressions and opinions are NOT news. I am not interested in what he thinks.
After the debate the moment I hear Chris Wallace I stop listening. Fox do yourself a favor and get rid of him. His ‘use by’ date is long past.