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Going far beyond the basic headlines, The FOX News Rundown features insights from top newsmakers, FOX News reporters and contributors, plus commentary on the significant issues of the day. Check us out each morning.

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Evening Edition: GOP Rep. Kim Supports Speaker Johnson And Aid To Allies

The fate of Speaker Johnson and aid to allies hangs in the balance in Congress with some wanting to oust the Speaker and many not supporting more aid to Israel and Ukraine. Both Speaker Johnson and the military aid to allies has support in Congress but remain an ongoing battle. Meanwhile, the House sent articles of impeachment for DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to the Senate where they will take up a trial. FOX's John Saucier speaks with Rep. Young Kim (R-CA), member of the Foreign Affairs Committee and Financial Services Committee, who tells us why she supports Speaker Johnson, does not appreciate Sec. Mayorkas and she tells us about her bill to sanction Iran. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Is Justice Blind When It Comes To Former President Trump?

Former President Trump appeared in a New York court on Monday for jury selection in his hush money trial. Over the next six months, the former President will be facing criminal trials across multiple states, all while making his pitch on the campaign trail in the 2024 election. Former New York City prosecutor Elliot Felig joins the Rundown to explain the charges that the former President faces. Later, Professor of Government at the University of Texas at Austin and member of the FOX News Decision Desk, Daron Shaw, joins to discuss how the former President will handle the campaign trail and how these cases impact public opinion. The Supreme Court will hear arguments on Tuesday regarding the Capitol riots on January 6, 2021. Hundreds of individuals who participated in the insurrection are facing various charges. However, former police officer Joseph Fisher is appealing his conviction and arguing that the obstruction law used to charge him does not apply. If the Supreme Court decides that the prosecutors stretched the meaning of the law, it could lead to two charges against former President Trump being dropped. To explain the obstruction charge and how it could impact Trump's legal fate, Sol Wisenberg, a FOX News contributor and former deputy independent counsel in the Whitewater and President Clinton investigations, joins the podcast. Plus, commentary by columnist David Marcus. Photo Credit: AP Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Evening Edition: Israel Weighs Response To Largely Thwarted Iranian Barrage

Iran's weekend missile and drone assault on Israel was the first direct military attack on Israel by Tehran in over forty years. Multiple countries, including the United States, Great Britain and France, took part in defending Israel from the over three hundred drones and missiles that were fired from Iran. The IDF claims that 99% of the weapons launched were thwarted. FOX’s Eben Brown speaks with Lt. Col. (RET.) Jonathan Conricus, senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and served in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) for 24 years as a combat commander in Lebanon and the Gaza Strip, about the attack and what Israel and the West learned from it. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

White House Reaffirms Support To Israel After Iranian Attack

Over the weekend, Iran launched its first direct attack in history against Israel, as hundreds of drones and missiles were intercepted in Israeli airspace. The Biden administration has reaffirmed its support for Israel and is now awaiting Israel's response to Iran. The House of Representatives is changing its legislative schedule in order to put forth legislation in support of Israel. Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Mike Turner (R-OH-10) joins the Rundown to share his thoughts on the White House's response to Iranian attacks, what an aid package to Israel could look like, and what other foreign threats he is keeping his eye on around the globe.  The Declaration of Independence famously promises certain inalienable rights for Americans, "That among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness."--key principles the founding fathers bestowed upon the budding nation. In his new book, "The Pursuit of Happiness: How Classical Writers on Virtue Inspired the Lives of the Founders and Defined America," President and CEO of the National Constitution Center Jeffrey Rosen explores what the pursuit of happiness meant to the nation's most influential founders. He joins Rundown host Dana Perino to emphasize the importance of sharing these origin stories and how the pursuit of happiness helped forge our nation. Plus, commentary from FOX News Contributor and former Chief Speech Writer for President George W. Bush, Marc Thiessen. (Image Via AP) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Extra: The OJ Trial's Impact On America And The Media

Former football star, actor, and accused murderer Orenthal James, or OJ, Simpson died at the age of 76 earlier their week of prostate cancer. OJ was infamously acquitted of the 1994 murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. The 1995 trial both captivated and divided the nation. FOX News Legal Analyst Gregg Jarrett, who covered the trial for Court TV at the time, joined the Rundown shortly after the news of OJ's death broke. Host Chris Foster asked him about the complex legacy of OJ Simpson, the trial, its media coverage, and how it all impacted America for a generation. We made edits for time and thought you might like to hear more from Gregg Jarrett about the death of OJ. On today’s FOX News Rundown Extra, you’ll hear our entire conversation with the FOX News legal analyst and former Court TV anchor. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

From Washington: Will Students Get Relief Amid FAFSA Fiasco

President Biden unveiled his latest attempt to cancel student loans during a visit to Wisconsin on Monday to energize young voters. The announcement comes as millions of high school seniors across the country await loan offers due to technical glitches with the new FAFSA program. Federal Student Aid and College Expert Mark Kantrowitz testified at this week's Congressional hearing on FAFSA issues. He explains why the complications behind this year's FAFSA process and discusses the end goal for federal student loan applications. Later, he reacts to President Biden's plan for student loan forgiveness. Taxes are becoming a key campaign issue as Trump-era cuts from 2017 are set to expire at the end of next year. The former president promises to extend them if elected for a second term, yet President Joe Biden promises a new, improved plan to make the ultra-wealthy "pay their fair share" if he returns to the White House in 2025. Biden claims Trump's tax cuts contributed to the nation's crippling debt, however, if they do expire the middle class will be hit the hardest - the demographic the Biden campaign aims to help the most. Senior Fellow at the Independent Institute and Economic Advisor to Former President Trump Judy Shelton joins to break down how an expiration will impact the American people. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Extra: A Look Back At The OJ Trial With Ron Goldman's Sister, Kim

As the world continues to react to the death of OJ Simpson, we look back at the life of one of the people he was accused of murdering – Ron Goldman. Nearly five years ago, on the 25th anniversary of the infamous white Bronco chase, host Dave Anthony spoke with Kim Goldman, Ron’s sister. Kim discussed her brother, why she always felt OJ Simpson murdered him, and how she thought about the media coverage at the time. y she feels the jury failed to do their job when deliberating during the criminal trial, and why she’s upset that the legal system allowed OJ to not pay the $33.5 million judgment handed out after the civil trial.  On the FOX News Rundown extra, we will revisit our interview with Kim Goldman from June 17th, 2019. You’ll hear about Ron Goldman and her firsthand account of the trial and its publicity. Photo Credit: Associated Press Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

From Washington: U.S. Partners With Indo-Pacific Allies to Thwart Chinese Influence

As Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida visits the White House and a trilateral summit with the U.S., Philippines, and Japan, President Biden is emphasizing how important of a priority America's relationship with the Indo-Pacific region is. Founder and President of Eurasia Group, Ian Bremmer shares how creating alliances in Asia thwarts Chinese influence, how these partnerships influence America economically, and how leaders in the Indo-Pacific feel about President Biden and former President Trump ahead of the 2024 Election. This week, the House of Representatives delayed sending impeachment articles to the Senate to begin the trial of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. Why? Whether it was because House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) didn't push the articles through fast enough or because Republicans are putting pressure on Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), who may be trying to quickly dispense with said articles, the process has now been halted. FOX News Senior Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram explains where the impeachment process stands and how it could play a role in the future of Speaker Johnson. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Evening Edition: F.B.I. Director Warns Of Possible Terror Attack On Our Soil

F.B.I. Director Christopher Wray, speaking before Congress this week, warned of a possible coordinated terror attack on the United States that could be similar to the ISIS-K attack on a music hall in Moscow. He added that the potential attack could be committed by someone inspired by the Israel-Hamas conflict. Director Wray also pushed lawmakers to reauthorize the controversial section 702 of FISA which allows the government to spy on foreigners overseas without issuing a warrant. FOX's John Saucier speaks with David Spunt, Washington-based correspondent for the FOX News Channel, about Director Wray's warning and the current state of the FISA law. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit