Hoover Institute research fellow David Henderson says shutting down states over an uptick in coronavirus cases isn’t a wise decision since being in warmer weather is known to kill coronavirus. Henderson later says Congress should eliminate its $600 weekly unemployment benefit at the end of July as a means to help job numbers substantially improve in August.
Former JPMorgan Chase & Co. chief economist Anthony Chan says while the June jobs report is positive news, there are still a record 19.5 million Americans who are still collecting unemployment benefits due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Hoover Institution research fellow David Henderson argues the federal government singled out which businesses could receive grants during the coronavirus pandemic, which caused other businesses to suffer in the process.
Republican strategist Ford O'Connell says the Facebook ad boycott is part of a larger effort aimed at stopping President Trump from winning the 2020 election and that he hopes Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder stands up for the team and doesn't change its name.
Attorney Robert Ray provides insight into Congress being denied access to the Mueller investigation's grand jury testimony as the Supreme Court decides to hear its appeal.
Rep. Brian Babin, R-Texas, discusses the spike in coronavirus cases in his state and argues Americans want to return to work.
Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton explains why Judicial Watch is suing the State Department for records about requests allegedly made by former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power to 'unmask' American citizens.
Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia touts the impressive June jobs report and says the positive news will lead to more economic opportunities for the American people.
Pyro Spectaculars president and CEO Jim Souza says he's proud and honored to kick-off the Independence Day weekend at Mount Rushmore in Keystone, South Dakota, on July 3. Souza later discusses the economic support the firework entertainment industry needs from the government so his business can stay afloat.
American Action Forum president Douglas Holtz-Eakin discusses the strong June jobs report and argues the weekly $600 unemployment benefit provided by the government must be modified in order for the labor market grow.
Last week the president took an important step to help Americans who have been put out of work by the coronavirus.
FOX Business’ Charlie Gasparino says Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has confirmed the FOX Business report that the next stimulus could be delayed to give more targeted relief.
President Trump says the current economic and employment recovery would be interrupted if the next president increases taxes and regulations.
President Trump, riding high on 4.8 million jobs added to the economy and unemployment that fell to 11.1 percent -- both better than expectations -- said the apparent recovery "is the result of historic actions" his administration took, in conjunction with Congress.
In the past week, Trump has vocalized his support for a second stimulus check -- even as the economy starts to gradually improve.
U.S. International Trade Commission former chief economist Peter Morici shares insights on coronavirus economic and job recovery and how the virus may have permanently changed industries like entertainment and transportation.
National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow on the additional coronavirus stimulus package, June jobs number and U.S.-China trade.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says schools will get the money they need to make safety adjustments and measures as they move to reopen.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow on how coronavirus economic recovery programs are working as the U.S. bounces back.
President Trump congratulates Boeing on its recent progress with testing the 737 MAX and says it was likely the ‘greatest company in the world’ before going through a tough period.