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  • The new RNC Chairman Michael Whatley took over the post at the beginning of this month replacing longtime chair Ronna McDaniel. Whatley, an attorney, served as the 'Chairman of the North Carolina Republican Party' before resigning to focus on his new position.

    FOX's Eben Brown speaks with Michael Whatley, chair of the Republican National Committee, who says the party is currently very united and is focused on using all communication platforms to get new voters.

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  • Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has chosen Nicole Shanahan as his vice-presidential pick. In his Tuesday speech, he welcomed Shanahan to the ticket, saying the young 38-year-old mother, lawyer, and tech entrepreneur would help him take on the rising national debt, government overreach, and political polarization. Some recent polls show President Biden and former President Trump neck-and-neck in a few battleground states. If RFK Jr. was able to get on the ballot in more states, could he play spoiler in 2024? FOX News Audio political analyst Josh Kraushaar joins the Rundown to break down the Shanahan VP pick, what kind of voters are drawn to RFK’s third party run, and why Kennedy’s candidacy poses a threat to both the Trump and Biden campaigns.

    The date is set for the first of four criminal trials that former President Donald Trump faces while running for reelection. On April 15th, jury selection will begin in New York, where he is being charged with falsifying records and making alleged hush-money payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels. Trump continues to assert that each case is a witch hunt or a hoax, all attempts to interfere with the presidential election. FOX News contributor and former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Andrew McCarthy, joins the podcast to discuss why Alvin Bragg has no authority to enforce federal campaign finance laws and how these cases will impact the rest of his campaign.

    Plus, commentary from the former U.S. Small Business Administrator and chair of the America First Policy Institute, Linda McMahon.

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  • An active search and rescue operation continues after Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge was struck by a freighter in the middle of the night causing the bridge span to collapse. At least six people, thought to be part of a construction crew working on the bridge at the time of the collapse, remain unaccounted for. Maryland’s Governor Wes Moore declared a state of emergency with the the Port of Baltimore being one of the nation's largest shipping hubs.

    FOX's John Saucier speaks with Charley Pereira, President at Transportation Safety & Security Consulting, Inc., about whether the incident could have been avoided and what the investigation will focus on.

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  • Today, the Supreme Court hears arguments in a case that could decide future access to the abortion drug mifepristone. The highly effective pill is taken to terminate a pregnancy, and shortly after Roe v. Wade was overturned, the Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine sued the Federal Drug Administration for their quick approval and wide accessibility guidelines for mifepristone. Both the GOP and the Biden administration have seized upon this Supreme Court case as a political moment--a chance to talk to voters about the issue. President of the Alliance Defending Freedom, Kristin Waggoner, joins the Rundown to explain her organization’s argument against expanded access to this abortion pill and the huge impact this SCOTUS case may have.
    Last week, over one hundred Russians died at the hands of terrorists after four men opened fire at a concert hall in Moscow. However, President Vladimir Putin is blaming Ukraine, despite ISIS-K claiming credit for the attack and various Western intelligence agencies showing evidence corroborating their assertions. FOX News correspondent Benjamin Hall joins the podcast to describe what led up to the carnage, why Putin is shifting blame towards Ukraine, and explain why the United States and the Taliban share disdain for the same terrorist organization.
    Plus, commentary from the host of OutKick's Tomi Lahren is Fearless, Tomi Lahren.

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  • Israel canceled sending a delegation to Washington D.C. to discuss the planned military operation in Rafah after the United States abstained from voting on a United Nations resolution demanding an immediate ceasefire. The United Nations Security Council passed the resolution 14-0. The United Sates has been urging Israel not to launch the offensive into Rafah which would force over a million Palestinians to evacuate.

    FOX's Eben Brown speaks with Trey Yingst, FOX news foreign correspondent reporting from Tel Aviv, about the growing tensions between the U.S. and Israel and the continuing operation in the large Al-Shifa medical facility.

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  • Early Saturday morning, the Senate voted overwhelmingly to pass a bipartisan funding bill, that keeps the government open through September. The bill caused some angst in the Republican held House, to question Speaker Johnson's leadership, and now Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has made a move to vacate Johnson from his position. Chair of the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic Brad Wenstrup (R-OH-2) joins the Rundown to discuss Congresswoman Greene's move to oust the Speaker, the deadly ISIS-K terror attack at a Russian concert hall, and the Congressman explains the goals of his EDUCATE Act.

    Homeowners in states like California and Florida have struggled to insure their properties due to the prevalence of natural disasters in both states. Last week, State Farm announced plans to drop coverage for 72,000 homes in California starting this summer. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed bills back in December that aimed to stabilize the insurance market; however, some Floridians are still unable to afford their homes. FOX Business real estate contributor and host of “Mansion Global,” Katrina Campins, explains why insurance companies are leaving Florida and how this insurance crisis has driven up the cost of living.

    Plus, commentary from FOX News Senior Meteorologist and host of The Janice Dean Podcast, Janice Dean.
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  • Earlier this month, the House voted overwhelmingly to pass a bill banning TikTok if its Chinese parent company, ByteDance, doesn’t sell the app to an American owner. 
    As the bill awaits a vote in the Senate, many users of the controversial social media platform have voiced their outrage over the legislation. Many TikTok users even say the popular video app has become a major source of income for their families.
    Two Influencers angry over the bill are owners of Bar7Ranch, Cody and Erika Archie.
    Cody and Erika recently joined host FOX News Rundown host Dave Anthony to discuss how a ban will negatively impact small businesses like theirs, and how they feel about critics of the app who say it is a spying tool for China.
    They also shared how they began influencing, why they think videos about their lives and animals are popular, and how people like them have turned short video clips into cash.
    We made edits for time and thought you might like to hear more from TikTok influencers and Cody and Erika Archie. On today’s FOX News Rundown Extra, you’ll hear more about the couple and the app at the center of this international debate. 
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  • As an Israeli Delegation heads to Washington for a meeting at the White House next week, the future of a post-war Gaza remains in question as President Biden stands ardent on a two-state solution. White House National Security Communications Advisor John Kirby joins to discuss what issues will take top priority in next week's meeting between the President and Israeli leaders, why ground operations in Rafah would be a "disaster" for the Gazan refugees with Hamas still at large, and how the U.S. is working to find new means of transporting food and humanitarian aid into Gaza.
    President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump have received enough delegates to be their party's nominee. However, one question remains: who will Trump choose as his running mate? New names emerge as potential Vice President nominees each week, making the shortlist not so short. Former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove joins to discuss who the options for the V.P. ticket are, and why it provides a window into the candidate's thought process.
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  • David Bahnsen works hard and is very successful at what he does.
    Bahnsen is the founder and managing partner of his wealth management firm, The Bahnsen Group. Before launching his firm, he spent years at Morgan Stanley and UBS. Barron's, Forbes, and others consistently named Bronson as one of the top financial advisors in the country.
    David Bahnsen is also a bestselling author. His latest book is “Full-Time Work And The Meaning Of Life”.
    FOX News Radio anchor Dana Perino recently spoke to David on the Fox News Rundown about his book, America's shifting attitudes about work, and his unique take on how one can find a balance between life and work.
    We made some edits for time for our weekday version of the podcast and thought you might want to hear the whole thing.
    On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear all of special guest host Dana Perino’s entire interview with author David Bahnsen about the importance of work and how the pandemic and technology have changed the way Americans think about their jobs.
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  • Amid discussions about the near trillion-dollar spending bill to keep government operations running, many lawmakers are raising questions about the allocation of funding for foreign aid. Meanwhile, House Republicans are dealing with yet another blow to their majority as Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-WI) announced plans to vacate in April, leaving the margin of error by one single vote in the halls of Congress. FOX News Senior Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram explores the different variables at play for these unfolding developments.
    This week, the Supreme Court heard several arguments relating to free speech. The week began with the Murthy v. Missouri case, in which state officials argued that the Biden administration worked alongside Big Tech companies to censor content related to the pandemic and 2020 presidential election. UC Berkeley Law School Professor John Yoo analyzes the arguments heard and explains what sort of pressure amounts to a violation of the First Amendment.
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  • Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, has announced she's been diagnosed with cancer and is undergoing preventative chemotherapy treatment. This comes after months of speculation and conspiracy theories about the Princess.

    FOX's John Saucier speaks with Shannon Felton Spence, Former Head of Politics and Communication at the British Consulate General of New England, about the sad news and the conspiracy theories that lead up to it.

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  • President Joe Biden spent time drumming up support in key battleground states this week. In Arizona, the President said that his campaign "desperately" needs help from Latino voters, a demographic that has been increasing its support for former President Donald Trump. FOX News Sunday Anchor and Living the Bream podcast host Shannon Bream joins the Rundown to discuss why the President is losing support from key groups, and other warning signals for both candidates. Plus, Bream breaks down the Supreme Court case regarding the government's alleged attempt to censor conservatives on social media, and how she selects her March Madness bracket.
    Work culture in the United States is rapidly changing, especially following the remote work boom that came with the COVID-19 pandemic. However, as more of the country returns to office life, young Americans are beginning to contest the traditional 9-to-5 work culture, and how other generations defined a so-called "work-life balance. Founder and managing partner of the Bahnsen Group, David Bahnsen, joins Dana Perino to discuss his new book, Full-Time: Work and the Meaning of Life, and why he thinks the concept of work-life balance is a "mirage."
    Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of “Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla.”
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  • A bipartisan group of Senators, who attended a closed door national security meeting, say the public should also be aware of the classified information they have on the influence and reach of TikTok. The meeting follows the House's recent passage of a bill that requires TikTok to divest or see itself banned in the United States. The Senators say they are very concerned with the amount of personal data TikTok shares with the Chinese government.

    FOX's Eben Brown speaks with Jake Denton, Research Associate in the Tech Policy Center at The Heritage Foundation, about what could have possibly been said to cause the Senators to become so concerned.

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  • A federal appeals court blocked a Texas law that would allow the state’s own law enforcement to arrest migrants suspected of illegally crossing the border, a decision that came just hours after the Supreme Court ruled the bill could take effect. This state immigration law, S.B. 4, has two key parts: it would make illegal crossings a Class B misdemeanor and would require state judges to order migrants convicted of crossing to return to Mexico. Texas’ Maverick County Sheriff Tom Schmerber joins the Rundown to give his perspective on the border crisis, why he believes the bill won’t shrink the rising illegal crossings, and what kind of action he wants to see from the Biden administration.
    Much of Haiti has become lawless, with hundreds of rival gangs taking control of the country’s capital city, Port-au-Prince. Violent criminals have overrun the island nation, demanding the resignation of Haitian Prime Minister Henry, leaving thousands of innocent civilians dead in their wake and Americans stranded with few escape routes. The State Department is working to get those Americans home, but the task remains difficult as U.S. citizens have been "left to their own devices." FOX News National Correspondent Bryan Llenas joins to describe what he is seeing at the Haitian border in the Dominican Republic and what kind of international help Hatians are pleading for.
    Plus, commentary by Jason Rantz, host of “The Jason Rantz Show” and author of "What's Killing America."
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  • A federal appeals court has put a Texas law that allows local police to arrest and deport migrants accused of illegally entering the United States back on hold. This decision came just hours after the Supreme Court decided the law can be enforced. Another obstacle in implementing this law is that Mexico said it will not accept migrants expelled by Texas “under any circumstances."

    FOX's Eben Brown speaks with Lora Ries, Director of the Border Security and Immigration Center at The Heritage Foundation and former Department of Homeland Security official for the Trump Administration, who says the situation on the ground does not match the action being taken.

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  • Former President Trump is facing a new legal roadblock: he must post over $450 million for bond in his New York civil case due to fines for manipulating property valuations. If the former President is unable to secure the funds for the bond, the courts could move to seize his properties, like Trump Tower, as collateral in the case. Law professor at George Washington University Jonathan Turley joins the Rundown to explain why the judge in the case was able to hand down such a large penalty, why he feels that the fine is not proportional to the crime, and how some of the other legal cases against the former President could factor into the 2024 election.
    The House voted 352-65 on a bill that would ban TikTok if their Chinese parent company, ByteDance, doesn’t sell the app to an American owner. Now, the bill awaits a vote in the Senate. President Joe Biden has vowed to sign the legislation if it makes its way to his desk, but TikTok users and influencers are now publicly lobbying against this legislation. Influencers and owners of Bar7Ranch, Cody and Erika Archie, join to discuss how a ban will negatively impact small businesses, how they first began influencing, and their belief that lawmakers are focused on the wrong issues.
    Plus, commentary by FOX News Senior Meteorologist, Janice Dean.
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  • Prosecutors are recommending that Sam Bankman-Fried be sentenced to up to 50 years in prison and fined up to $11 billion for his role in defrauding investors and mishandling billions of dollars worth of customer funds causing the collapse the of crypto exchange FTX in 2022. The defense has urged the District Judge that he spend no more than six and a half years behind bars for his crimes.

    FOX's John Saucier speaks with Scott Bessent, CEO for 'Key Square Group', a Greenwich, Charleston and London based partnership founded in 2015, who says Sam Bankman-Fried should not be shown any leniency at his sentencing.

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  • How much contact should the federal government have with private social media platforms? When does that contact turn into censorship? Those were the factors the Supreme Court weighed on Monday, as they heard arguments in the Murthy v. Missouri case, where Missouri and Louisiana attorneys general allege social media companies like Facebook and X (formerly Twitter) suppressed speech by encouraging them to remove misinformation about various topics like the COVID-19 vaccine. Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey joins the Rundown to explain his state’s lawsuit, the threat posed by media censorship, and why he wants “a wall of separation between tech and state.”
    President Biden travels to two battleground states this week in an effort to win over Arizona and Nevada voters as he heads into a rematch with former President Donald Trump. However, recent polling shows that Trump is ahead in both of these states, spelling trouble for the Biden 2024 reelection campaign. FOX News contributor and Democratic strategist Leslie Marshall joins the podcast to discuss the latest reports that the President is unhappy with his 2024 campaign efforts, a political shift occurring with Black and Hispanic voters, and why she doesn't trust the current polling.
    Plus, commentary by New York Post columnist Karol Markowicz.

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  • The Israeli military raided the largest hospital in Gaza, the Shifa Hospital, accusing Hamas of using it to hide weapons and militants. The IDF says they killed a high ranking Hamas commander that was hiding in the hospital. Meanwhile, Israelis, including Prime Minister Netanyahu, are reacting to the speech Senator Schumer made last week calling for new elections and a pause in military operations.

    FOX's Eben Brown speaks with Avi Melamed, a former Israeli intelligence official, advisor to two Jerusalem mayors and author of "Inside the Middle East: Making Sense of the most Dangerous and Complicates Region on Earth", who shared his thoughts on the recent military activity and his reasons for saying that, in the end, this war will also help the Palestinians.

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  • The House Oversight Committee is set to have another hearing this week, into the alleged foreign business dealings of the President's son, Hunter Biden. The hearing is meant to focus on inconsistencies between Hunter's closed-door testimony, and the testimony of former business associates such as Devon Archer and Tony Bobulinski. House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY-1) joins the FOX News Rundown to discuss the goals of the hearing, what his investigation into Hunter's business dealings has uncovered, and weighs in on the retirement of Colorado Republican Congressman Ken Buck.

    A unique period is now underway in college sports. Court rulings in recent years have granted student athletes the right to make money selling their name, image, and likeness (NIL). Eager players are now pursuing deals and sponsorships, but many experts, like former Alabama football coach and sports commentator Nick Saban, are raising red flags, saying the NIL changes jeopardize the future of collegiate sports. Brian Kilmeade, co-host of FOX and Friends and host of One Nation with Brian Kilmeade, joins to discuss how these NIL deals have undeniable benefits for young athletes but, while unregulated, have transformed college sports into “the Wild West,” where the richest schools can dominate.

    Plus, commentary from author of "You Will Own Nothing" Carol Roth.

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