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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.

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Party unity has become the focus at the Republican National Convention following the deadly but failed attempt to assassinate Former President Donald Trump just days ago. Even former former rivals of Donald Trump, including Nikki Haley and Governor Ron DeSantis, offered their praise of him as they urge fellow Republicans to come together to defeat President Biden. FOX’s John Saucier speaks with Republican Congressman Jason Smith, who represents Missouri's District 8 and is the Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee in Milwaukee for the convention, shares the party unity on display at the Republican National Convention and his thoughts on Donald Trump's pick for his vice-presidential running mate, JD Vance. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The theme of night two of the Republican National Convention was safety, but it quickly became about party unity. Former 2024 rivals of President Trump, like Ambassador Nikki Haley and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, appeared on stage to put their support behind their Republican nominee. The original theme was not completely lost, as everyday Americans like the family of Rachel Morin, a mother killed by an illegal migrant, had their chance to share their experience with America's crime crisis. FOX News Radio's Political Analyst Josh Kraushaar and FOX News Radio Washington Correspondent Jared Halpern join the Rundown to share their reaction to the show of unity and how the safety and security message may resonate with voters. Nearly four days after former President Donald Trump narrowly escaped assassination, federal investigators are still trying to piece together the security failures that led to a gunman being able to get multiple shots off at Saturday's rally in Butler, Pennsylvania. However, new reports indicate that the Secret Service ramped up security after receiving intelligence about an Iranian plot to assassinate Trump. So, what went wrong? Former Secret Service agent Tim Miller explains the importance of proper sight assessments and why the former president's security detail needs to be held accountable for their mistake. Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of “Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla.” Photo Credit: AP Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The Department of Homeland Security says they have received intelligence on an Iranian plot to assassinate former President Trump. Trump has been a target of Tehran since the killing of Iranian military leader Qasem Soleimani in January 2020. The Iranian plot is not said to have any connection to the attempted assassination over the weekend but the concerns over outdoor campaign events have increased exponentially. FOX’s Eben Brown speaks with Dan Hoffman, Fox News Contributor and Former CIA Chief of Station, who says these sorts of threats are being discovered by intelligence agencies more than we know. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Days after the attempted assassination of former President Trump, he appeared at the first night of the Republican National Convention. The convention’s opening day unveiled the Trump-Vance 2024 ticket, as Ohio Senator JD Vance was selected as the GOP’s vice presidential nominee. The theme of the first night, "Making America Wealthy Again," featured speakers focusing on the economy and how a second Trump administration would further American prosperity. FOX News Radio Political Anchor Jared Halpern and FOX News Radio Political Analyst Josh Kraushaar join the Rundown to talk about President Trump's first public appearance since the attempt on his life, the significance of the Senator Vance VP pick, and if the economic message will resonate with voters in November. In Florida, another legal victory for former President Trump and another legal setback for special counsel Jack Smith. On Monday, U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon dismissed the criminal case against the former President’s illegal handling of classified documents, a decision the Department of Justice says they plan to appeal. FOX News contributor and former Assistant U.S. Attorney Andy McCarthy joins to discuss why he believes a key legal clause takes away Jack Smith’s authority to prosecute, how the Supreme Court’s immunity decision impacts other Trump legal cases, and the role of politicized prosecutions in the 2024 race. Plus, commentary by columnist David Marcus. Photo Credit: AP Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Former President Donald Trump just hours into the first day of the Republican National Convention announced he has selected 39-yeard-old Senator JD Vance of Ohio as his running mate on the 2024 ticket. Senator Vance, a former venture capitalist and the author of the best-selling memoir "Hillbilly Elegy," was for a long time mentioned in veepstakes discussion and was formerly a Trump dissident but has become vocal supporter of the MAGA agenda. FOX’s Eben Brown speaks with Daron Shaw, Republican Pollster on the FOX News Decision Desk team, about the pick and what it could mean to the Trump campaign. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The Republican National Convention kicks off today,  despite Saturday’s failed assassination attempt on former President Trump, where the message will be “Make America Wealthy Once Again.” The GOP will use tonight to make the case to Americans that Trump's economic policies succeeded during his first term and that he has a better vision for the next four years. Heritage Foundation economist and former Trump Economic Adviser Steve Moore joins Brian Brenberg, co-host of FOX Business’ “The Big Money Show,” to discuss ‘Trumponomics’ and what policies he hopes to see from a second Trump term. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The nation was shocked on Saturday as former President Trump was the target of an attempted assassination at his rally in Butler, Pennsylvania. The shooting left President Trump with a wounded ear, one rally attendee dead, and two others injured. The gunman was killed in return fire by the Secret Service. In the aftermath, the Republican Party now looks toward the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Whatley joins the Rundown to share his reaction to the assassination attempt, what can be expected of the convention now that security has been increased, and what President Trump’s message will be to the nation on the event’s stage. The tone of the campaign has now shifted following the assassination attempt of former President Trump. In the wake of what the FBI is calling a terrorist attack, leaders in both parties are urging for a cooling of harsh rhetoric and making calls for national unity. President Trump provided a stunning image, as he pumped his fist after being wounded by the would-be assassin. FOX News Sunday Anchor and host of the Livin’ The Bream podcast Shannon Bream joins the Rundown to share what her initial reaction was while covering the President’s Pennsylvania rally, where the nation goes in the months leading up to the election, and America’s search for a unifying message in turbulent times. Plus, commentary from FOX News Contributor and host of the Jason In The House podcast, Jason Chaffetz. (Image Via AP) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The nation is still processing the attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump at a rally in Butler, Pennsylvania on Saturday evening. The shooting left one dead, and two other injured, with the former President suffering a wound from a bullet that grazed his ear. The suspected shooter was also killed by Secret Service members, but the attack leaves more questions than answers. Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee Michael McCaul (R-TX-10) joins a special edition of the FOX News Rundown Extra to discuss his reaction to the assassination attempt, the Congressional inquiries into Secret Service failures at the event, and shares what foreign adversaries might be thinking in the wake of the attempt on the former President's life.  (Image Via AP) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Cameras captured a terrifying moment at a Pennsylvania Trump Rally Saturday night, as former President Trump appeared to be shot in the ear following several shots being fired in the crowd. After Secret Service led the former President Trump to safety, he announced he was okay - but further investigation revealed one rally attendee was pronounced dead at the scene following the incident.   Former FBI investigator Bill Daly and former State Department Spokesperson & founder of POLARIS National Security Morgan Ortagus break down the details of the horrific event. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
A gunman fired shots from a roof at former President Trump at a rally in Butler, Pennsylvania today. In a statement on Truth Social, Trump says he "heard a whizzing sound, shots, and immediately felt the bullet ripping through the skin." Secret Service killed the gunman who perched on a roof just hundreds of yards away from the rally.   Former President Trump's communications team released a statement saying that "President Trump is doing well" and "looking forward to joining you all in Milwaukee." Law Enforcement officials are treating the upcoming investigation as an assassination attempt. FOX News Radio National Correspondents Eben Brown and Tonya J. Powers join FOX News Radio Anchor Gurnal Scott to discuss the latest details. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
President Biden held what was dubbed a ‘big boy’ news conference Thursday night,   The focus was supposed to be on foreign policy after just hosting NATO Summit in Washington, but questions kept coming back to the president's fitness and his debate performance last month.   The news conference received mixed reviews, and the list of Democrats in Congress calling for him to drop out keeps growing.   Shortly after the news conference, FOX News Radio Political Anchor Jared Halpern and Republican Strategist Colin Reed joined Lisa Brady to break it all down and discuss whether it was enough to ease the concerns of Democrats.   The two discussed Biden’s best and worst moments, including his numerous gaffes.   The conversation was long, and we could not include all of it in our original FOX News Rundown segment.   On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear our entire conversation with FOX Audio’s Jared Halpern Republican Strategist Colin Reed, and hear even more analysis of this week’s high-stakes news conference and what it could mean for the future of President Bidne’s campaign.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
This week, NATO leaders celebrated the alliance's 75th anniversary in Washington D.C., with Russia’s war on Ukraine and China’s role as a “decisive enabler” being the main focus of the conversation, though much of the conversation surrounded President Biden's political future at a press conference at the end of the summit. White House National Security Communications Advisor Admiral John Kirby discusses the alliance's milestone anniversary, the possibility of Ukraine joining NATO, and whether or not Hungary remains in good standing after its Prime Minister visited Russia and China. Among the many calls for President Biden to drop out of the 2024 Election is a growing faction of House Democrats who are worried about his electability in the Fall, as well as their own. Meanwhile, House Republicans are concerned about President Biden's current ability to govern, with Congressman Chip Roy (R-TX) even invoking the 25th Amendment to remove the President from office. FOX News Senior Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram explains Congress' role in replacing President Biden and discusses why it's unlikely to occur. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The Director of National Intelligence, Avril Haines, this week confirmed Iran has had a major role in the anti-Israel protests that swept through college campuses and cities across the United States. Director Haines said there is evidence that "actors tied to Iran’s government" are providing funding and organization of these protests in what he described as an "increasingly aggressive" campaign. Haines added that he believes many of the protestors are being manipulated but as we approach the election, it is Iran's bid to "undermine faith in our democratic institutions." FOX’s Eben Brown speaks with Victoria Coates, former deputy national security advisor to President Donald Trump and Vice President of National Security and Foreign Policy at The Heritage Foundation, who says this announcement is not a surprise and any influence by Iran in the United States is a national security threat. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Next week’s Republican National Convention will feature plenty of discussion about the economy. The former President has already floated major changes he would make, like lighter business regulations, imposing higher tariffs on China, and extending tax cuts. Meanwhile, Wall Street had a good week as the stock market climbed, likely fueled by optimism that a rate cut is coming soon after Fed Chair Powell’s Senate testimony as well as reports that inflation fell in June. FOX Business Correspondent Gerri Willis speaks with Siebert Financial’s Chief Investment Officer Mark Malek about all this, and they break down President Biden’s aim to cap yearly rises in rental costs. Photo Credit: AP Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
President Biden attempted to calm concerns over his age and mental acuity by holding what the White House called a 'big boy' news conference after the NATO Summit in Washington. The President took questions from a prepared list of reporters, and made gaffes throughout while attacking the former President on foreign policy issues. President Biden admitted that he needed to continue with a busy campaign schedule to stop fears over his performance. But was the near hour long news conference enough to ease the concerns of nervous supporters? Republican Strategist, co-founder of South & Hill Strategies Colin Reed, and FOX News Radio Political Anchor Jared Halpern joined the Rundown following the news conference to discuss President Biden's performance, the reaction by Democrats to the President, and what lies ahead for the party as they look toward the Democratic National Convention. Earlier this week, Hurricane Beryl wreaked havoc across the Caribbean and throughout Texas, leaving over 1 million Texans without power. Meanwhile, temperatures across the U.S. are reaching well above 90 degrees, and those impacted by the hurricane are forced to survive without air conditioning or light. FOX News Senior Meteorologist and host of ‘The Janice Dean Podcast,’ Janice Dean joins to describe why we are seeing such extreme temperatures this summer, recommended methods for residents to stay safe in a dangerous heat index, and why Americans should be concerned about our power grid. Don't miss the good news with Tonya J. Powers. Plus, commentary from Host of “Tomi Lahren is Fearless on Outkick,” Tomi Lahren. (Image Via AP) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
President Biden has been defiant saying he will not be stepping aside despite the growing calls for him to do so. More and more Democrats have expressed their concerns and this week actor George Clooney, major fundraiser for Democrats, shared the same feelings in a New York Times op-ed. New questions are now being raised about what happens to the campaign funds already raised for the Biden-Harris ticket, who could possibly use them and how? FOX’s John Saucier speaks with Madison Alworth, FOX Business Network correspondent, who says those funds can be used by someone other than President Biden or Vice President Harris but more rules are attached if that happens. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Next week’s Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, aims to emphasize the importance of winning the purple Midwestern state, where former President Trump now currently leads in the polls. Most election pundits consider Wisconsin key to a Republican victory in 2024, perhaps even winning back the Senate as well. Democratic incumbent Tammy Baldwin is fighting to keep her seat in the Badger State while her opponent, conservative businessman Eric Hovde, is running nearly unopposed for the GOP. Hovde joins the Rundown to discuss his primary race next month, why he chose to run for Senate twelve years after his first loss, and how the convention may help his party. The Justice Department revealed on Tuesday that they have taken action to thwart a misinformation scheme that was led by a Russian intelligence officer and a journalist at Russia Today (which is controlled by the Kremlin). The plot involved over 1,000 "bot" accounts on X, formerly known as Twitter, that were sharing pro-Russia propaganda. FOX News Justice Correspondent David Spunt joins to explain how the covert propaganda campaign was uncovered, why artificial intelligence has made it harder to spot fake accounts, and how the American government has prepared for further foreign adversaries attempting digital interference. Plus, commentary from FOX News contributor Joe Concha. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
World leaders have gathered in Washington D.C. this week for the 75th anniversary NATO summit. President Biden is looking to reassure allied nations he is still fit to lead and he opened the summit with a speech saying NATO countries need to keep up with Russia as they ramp up military production. Also on the table, NATO leaders are preparing for a Trump presidency and what that could mean for support from the United States. FOX’s Eben Brown speaks with Kurt Volker, Former United States Ambassador and Distinguished Fellow at The Center for European Policy Analysis, who has been attending meetings and shares with us the major concerns being discussed. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
A few Congressional Democrats are calling for President Biden to drop out of the 2024 presidential election following his poor performance during last month's debate. Earlier this week, President Biden told MSNBC that he isn't going anywhere. However, as the Democratic National Convention gets closer, more Party leaders have questioned whether he is fit for office and should be replaced on the ticket. Director of the FOX News Decision Desk, Arnon Mishkin, joins the Rundown to discuss where the Democratic Party stands and compares the calls for the President to drop out to President Lyndon B. Johnson's decision to leave the race in 1968. There are few things that are more American than apple pie; one of them might be the First Amendment. In the near 250-year history of the United States, there have been numerous challenges in the courts to what the Founders called an inalienable right, with some calling the current climate "the most dangerous anti-free speech period in our history." FOX News Contributor and George Washington University Law Professor, Jonathan Turley, joins the podcast to share details from his new book 'The Indispensable Right', the historical challenges to free speech, and why he feels that the First Amendment is built into Americans' DNA. Plus, commentary from Will Cain, host of "The Will Cain Show." Photo Credit: AP Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
President Biden is said to have been making many phone calls to fellow Democrats who are pushing for him to step aside for another candidate. He is trying to convince those detractors he is still capable of running the country. And while the calls for President Biden to be replaced get louder, Former President Trump has mostly stayed away from talking about that possible replacement. FOX’s John Saucier speaks with Brooke Singman, FOX News Digital political reporter, about both the current state and strategy of both the Biden and Trump campaigns. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Comments (70)

Ian McPherson

This is because they own Joe Biden.

Sep 6th


Don't listen. Fox hating on Trump

Apr 13th

Kaden Cruz

I waited 30 minutes to listen to the title to hear not the details of the whole brittney grinder exchange but instead to hear political garbage like her not singing the national anthem in protest??? I really wanted some conservative news but I can’t do this. They gave no information what so ever, who click baits so shamelessly! One minute was all the time they stayed on the brittney griner topic If I wanted to be told what to think id go on Facebook! 👎

Dec 9th

T. Paxton

no KIDDING! After my divorce was finalized I couldn't afford to stay in my house and couldn't afford to buy or rent where I thought I was going to live for the next 30+ years. I'm retired and back to living with my dad🙁

Oct 1st

Ian McPherson

This guy is a pussy hack cuck.

Jul 24th


needlessly poking the f*ING bear?!! get outta here. Zelensky's country is being attacked and he should be mute?

May 25th

Xinquan Li

good news !!!

May 18th

Austin Lee Alvord

is this guy farting during recording?

Apr 18th

Moshe Wise

If you call cross-dressing men 'male-bodied' or 'biological males' you are conceding the lie that sex can be adopted. Just call them 'males' - it takes fewer words and is more honest.

Feb 23rd

Dan Cutrone

Seriously, your idea of a 1/6 retrospective is a fawning interview with Adam Kinzinger?!

Jan 6th

Moshe Wise

A driver is not really independent if she is part of an association

Jul 12th

HQ Wang

i do not think that us have the ability to defeat iran

Nov 25th

Phil Green

Shameful that supposedly "fair and balanced" reporters are pushing the leftist propaganda of "move on, you have no evidence" even while the courts are beginning the process of reviewing the evidence. STOP with the snarky adjectives or you can join the New York Times in the reject pile.

Nov 11th

Roberto Krebbers

the hunter Biden scandal.???? whahaha..Trump himself is a walking talking (lying) scandal This is hypocrisy at his best(worse) not saying anything about Trump's behaviour for the last four years...everything that's happened was oke and you all kept your mouth shut and to talk about scandal right now about hunter/Biden is just wrong and it seems a little..(no not a little) it seems despicable and desperate

Oct 19th

Conrad Mollink

RSS aan be wa

Aug 18th

Roberto Krebbers

Trump does nothing to stop Corona..this is not an idea or a suggestion this is the truth, look at other countries no other country has as much death as in the USA ..and he says " we did a wonderful job and the mortality rate is lowering and I saved millions of lives " it's a crime what your president says and does, better said doesn't do,..Europe doesn't have better equipment or doctor's or more money but we are almost clean of Corona ..why are you in so much trouble with the Corona virus in the USA???

Jul 8th

Roberto Krebbers

WTF .!?!?..Libya.?!? what about the USA,people are dying right now in the USA talk about that..sorry I know the people of Libya are also human beings,but with what is happening right now in the USA ..who the f@$k cares about Libya..

Jun 26th


Fox doesn't represent conservatives anymore. Fox why do you report the race in headlines when it suits the leftist narrative but not when a group of blacks beat a white person? Tucker is the only worthwhile person you guys have left

Jun 18th
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William Beshlian

Richard, I am willing to add my voice. But, are you willing to call out those who commit and foment this violence? I don't care what color you are if you do this. The majority of protesters arrested this weekend where I live, Omaha, Nebraska were white. I'll stand by you if you get face to face and call out blacks who do this if you stand by me when I call out white people who do this.

Jun 1st

William Beshlian

Well said Geraldo!

May 15th