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The Fox News Rundown

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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. FOX News Rundown: War On Ukraine: With Russia launching a full-scale invasion against its sovereign neighbor, The FOX News Rundown is there to provide in-depth coverage on the conflict. Every evening The FOX News Rundown: War On Ukraine provides up to date reporting and analysis on the crisis unfolding in that country. With insight from experts and reporting from correspondents on the ground, The FOX News Rundown brings you everything you need to know about the armed conflict.

3282 - How Is Dark Money Infecting Our Politics?
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  • 3282 - How Is Dark Money Infecting Our Politics?

    Despite being eight months away from the presidential primaries, campaign ads started airing months ago. These various TV spots are not always funded by candidates but instead by dark money. Fox Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram explained that dark money is simply funds spent on political speech for which you don't know who the donors are. He joins the Rundown to explain the impact that dark money has in our politics as it is unregulated by the Federal Election Commission, how major past Supreme Court decisions paved the way for this kind of campaign spending to become popular in politics, and how some politicians use dark money to circumvent campaign rules while some lawmakers are working to create legislative safeguards that would curb the power of dark money. By 2030, President Joe Biden aims to make fifty percent of all new vehicle sales electric. However, many car manufacturers recently announced they are looking to remove AM radio capability from future electric models. After bipartisan backlash citing the importance of AM radio to America's emergency infrastructure, Ford and Lincoln have decided they will not move forward with this plan and will continue to preserve AM radio functionality. The higher-end car manufacturers say that this is just another update to dashboards, yet many are hesitant to phase out the technology. Publisher of TALKERS Magazine, Michael Harrison, joins the Rundown for a conversation about why the AM frequency is necessary to reach rural parts of the country, his belief that the car manufacturers did not fully think through what is lost if AM radio goes away, and why he thinks AM radio won't fade away any time soon.  Plus, commentary by former Trump economic adviser and economist at the Heritage Foundation, Steve Moore. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Tue, 30 May 2023
  • 3281 - Evening Edition: Helping Veterans Find Work, Housing and Support

    The 'GI Go Fund' is a nonprofit organization that has been helping veterans find employment and housing for nearly two decades. The organization was founded in the memory of childhood friend who lost his life serving in Iraq and turned tragedy into a mission of hope. FOX's Jeff Monosso speaks with Jack Fanous, CEO and Founder of 'GI-GO Fund', about the work his organization does for our veterans and the importance of honoring them on Memorial Day.   Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Mon, 29 May 2023
  • 3280 - Honoring Our History and Fallen Heroes On Memorial Day

    On Memorial Day, we honor the men and women who served the U.S. military and tragically sacrificed their lives on behalf of the nation's freedom. America has a long history of celebrating our fallen heroes and recounting their courageous battles. In "The Lost Victory: Tet 1968!" streaming now on FOX Nation, Pete Hegseth walks the audience through the surprise attack that laid siege against American forces in Vietnam and why it became such a momentous event during the Vietnam War. Fox & Friends Weekend co-host and Army National Guard veteran Pete Hegseth joins the podcast to explain how the Tet offensive changed Americans' perception of the Vietnam War and the unkind treatment Vietnam War veterans received when they returned to the country. He later explains the importance of remembering our history, valuing what Memorial Day parades are really for, and what inspired him to serve his country. Retired Marine Cole Lyle has experienced the nightmares, PTSD, and anxiety attacks that plague many veterans every day, leading many to take their own lives. After losing friends and battling suicidal thoughts himself, Lyle is now committed to providing veterans with the resources and support they need to recover their self-worth, serving as the President of the Working Warrior Foundation. In honor of Memorial Day, Lyle joins the Rundown to discuss different ways Americans can take meaningful action to help veterans, what steps he takes to help veterans in crisis, and the story of how his service dog Kaya inspired him to create 'Kaya's K9s,' which seeks to help veterans in need of veterinary assistance for service dogs. Plus, commentary by author of "The Long March Home," Marcus Brotherton. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Mon, 29 May 2023
  • 3279 - Extra: How The 2024 GOP Primary Is Starting To Look A Lot Like 2016

    After months of anticipation, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis officially announced his 2024 presidential campaign from Miami, Florida this past week.  The popular Republican governor is clearly the biggest threat to former President Trump, who has a big lead in the primary polls. But like in 2016, having a viable opponent could actually prove to be a benefit to Trump. Shortly after Gov. DeSantis used Twitter to jump in to the race, host Lisa Brady spoke with Daron Shaw, Co-Director of the Fox News Poll and professor at The University of Texas at Austin, about the DeSantis impact on the GOP field, his campaign strategy so far, and how he or anyone can overcome Trump's commanding lead in the polls.  Shaw discussed how he expected the other Republican candidates to respond to Gov. DeSantis and his 'glitchy' entrance in to the race. He also explained why it was more likely the Gov. DeSantis, not Trump, would be the main target of the Republicans vying to be the nominee. Due to time limitations, we could not include the entire conversation in the FOX News Rundown segment that ran this week. In a FOX News Rundown Extra exclusive, you will hear our entire unedited interview with Co-Director of the Fox News poll Daron Shaw and get his complete breakdown of how the 2024 race so far. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Sun, 28 May 2023
  • 3278 - From Washington: Republican Presidential Field Grows As Major Names Announce

    The Republican primary field continues to grow, as this week, both South Carolina Senator Tim Scott, and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced their candidacies for the White House. While the candidates compete for major endorsements, Tim Scott got off to an early start, picking up the support of fellow Senator John Thune. Senator Thune (R-SD) joins to discuss why he is backing Senator Scott for president, how he shapes up compared to former President Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, and the policies he believes Senator Scott can push if given the power of the Oval Office. Today marks the 34th annual National Memorial Day Concert in Washington D.C. where more than half a million people will pack the West Lawn of the Capitol Building to view documentary footage, dramatic readings, and musical performances. The show is broadcast on PBS and viewed by U.S. troops in over 175 countries and on 200 Navy Ships worldwide. Actor, Joe Mantegna joins to discuss how he got involved with hosting the concert and why it is important to use his platform as an actor to tell the story of veterans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Sun, 28 May 2023
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