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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.

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House Intel Chairman Talks Biden Docs, COVID Origins, and Hope for Ukraine

House Intel Chairman Talks Biden Docs, COVID Origins, and Hope for Ukraine

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With a new Republican majority in Congress comes a fresh set of priorities — as many House committees prepare to conduct investigations on Capitol Hill. One GOP priority is learning more about the classified documents found in President Biden's possession, as news that the President may have obtained documents during his time in the Senate seems “incomprehensible” to many lawmakers. Additionally, as the war in Ukraine rages on, ensuring Ukrainians receive sufficient aid and that the US keeps a close eye on potential threats from Russia and China remains a top concern. Congressman Mike Turner (R-OH), who is now the Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, joins the Rundown to discuss why he is "completely taken aback" by how President Biden possessed classified documents from before his vice presidency, how he believes the Russia-Ukraine war could impact a potential conflict between China and Taiwan, and what his key concerns are as the leader of the House Intelligence Committee.There is growing concern over artificial intelligence computer programs, like ChatGPT, that are capable of writing human-like answers to questions or even composing essays and speeches. For example, educators have warned that students are already using the AI-based ‘chatbots’ to cheat. Lawmakers, fearing where the technology could go, are already considering regulations. However, some tech experts are downplaying the negative impact it could have. Kurt "CyberGuy" Knutsson explains why programs like ChatGPT are becoming so popular … and controversial. He also explains what AI programs may be capable of in the future.Plus, commentary by host of ‘The Janice Dean Podcast’ and FOX News Senior Meteorologist, Janice Dean.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Extra: Trey Gowdy On How The Media Is Being Unfair About The 'Doc Scandals'

Extra: Trey Gowdy On How The Media Is Being Unfair About The 'Doc Scandals'

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Amid ongoing investigations into former President Trump and President Biden for their mishandling of classified documents, news broke on Tuesday that former Vice President Mike Pence had classified documents discovered in his Indiana residence as well. Since then, the National Archives have asked all former ex-Presidents and Vice Presidents to scour their files.Just as the Pence revelation made headlines, FOX News Rundown host Dave Anthony spoke with former South Carolina Congressman and host of The Trey Gowdy, Trey Gowdy about the gravity of the classified documents controversy.While he says many speculate on what the investigations will uncover, Trey Gowdy is doubtful they will result in criminal charges for any of the former leaders.Gowdy also discussed why he decided to leave his position as a lawmaker in Congress, his frustrations with politics and media, and why he decided to write his new book, "Start, Stay, or Leave: The Art of Decision Making."Due to time limitations, we could not include all of the conversations in our original segment. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear our entire interview with Trey Gowdy and learn more about why he thinks "fairness" is so important and why his dream job was not politics, but putting violent criminals behind bars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

From Washington: The Debt Dilemma

From Washington: The Debt Dilemma

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The 31 trillion dollar debt limit was hit earlier this month, and Congress and the White House barrel closer to a fiscal showdown coming this spring. Republican legislatures want significant spending cuts and budget reforms, while Democrats push for spending that was already approved. The Problem Solvers Caucus is seeking a bipartisan solution and is proposing a change in the way the debt limit is measured. GOP Co-Chair of the Problem Solvers Caucus Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-01) explains the proposal and reveals whether he thinks it can win bipartisan support.How much COVID-19 fraud has actually been committed? The United States government has been aggressive in pursuing charges against Americans that they believe committed fraud by exploiting pandemic relief. Partner at the Arnold & Porter law firm Jonathan Green and former House Ways and Means Committee and Chief Oversight Counsel Mark Epley weigh in on what they're seeing as their firm tracks fraud cases, questions the government's decision-making abilities in administering such relief programs, and share what they think will come out of government oversight hearings.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Extra: How Will History Judge President Biden's Response To Russia's War On Ukraine?

Extra: How Will History Judge President Biden's Response To Russia's War On Ukraine?

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Since the beginning of the Russian invasion nearly a year ago, Ukraine has shocked military experts worldwide with its ability to hold off the larger and better-equipped Russian army. However, there have been concerns in recent weeks by the West that the tide may be turning in Vladimir Putin's favor.Even before Russia's recent gains, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has never stopped emphasizing the need for allies to provide them with necessary military aid and heavy weaponry.This week, after months of hesitancy and debate, both Germany and the United States have agreed to give Ukraine advanced tanks. Before those nations made their decisions official, guest host Dana Perino spoke with Michael Allen, the founder of Beacon Global Strategies and former Special Assistant for National Security to President George W. Bush. Allen, a foreign policy expert, discussed how a Ukrainian counteroffensive could put the pressure back on Moscow and why the advanced tanks would be so beneficial to Zelenskyy's military. He also complained that the Biden administration has failed to make the case to the American people why funding the effort to defeat Russia is so critical. Later, Perino and Allen discuss the book project he is involved with, Hand-Off: The Foreign Policy George W. Bush Passed to Barack Obama, which details the Bush administration's national security and foreign policies through now-declassified documents. And speaking of classified documents, Allen, who has handled his fair share of them, also weighs in on the ongoing controversies currently surrounding President Biden and former Donald Trump.Due to time limitations, we could not include all of the conversations in our original segment. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear our entire interview with Michael Allen, the founder of Beacon Global Strategies and former Special Assistant for National Security to President George W. Bush, and hear more about his take on President Biden's Ukraine strategy and what we can learn from past international conflicts.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

From Washington: President Biden's Pick For New Chief Of Staff

From Washington: President Biden's Pick For New Chief Of Staff

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This week, President Biden confirmed the news that Jeff Zients will replace Ron Klain as White House Chief of Staff. Zients, an entrepreneur, formerly served as President Biden's Covid-19 response coordinator. Klain's departure from the White House comes as the President faces political headwinds over classified documents, a looming debt crisis, and a potential re-election campaign in 2024. Former Deputy Chief of Staff to President George W. Bush and FOX News Contributor, Karl Rove explains why the Chief of Staff's role is so critical to the administration and discusses the challenges Zients may face within the role. He also takes a look back at Klain's career in office and looks ahead at potential Democratic challengers in the 2024 presidential election.Following their holiday travel meltdown, Southwest Airlines was met with criticism from angry travelers whose plans were disrupted by the mass flight cancellations. The chaos has led to a shift in attention toward an alternative mode of transportation: high-speed railways. President and CEO of Eno Center for Transportation and Brookings Metro Non-Resident Senior Fellow Robert Puentes discusses the current state of rail across the country, how the airline industry has lobbied against rail projects in the past, and why there's public demand for more competition within the transportation sector today.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices