BT&F President Brian Harker on China’s IP theft and the controversy surrounding Huawei.
Sports reporter Mike Gunzelman discusses how NFL players and owners expressed interest in expanding the playoff field from 12 to 14 teams.
Fox News’ Rick Leventhal discusses a report that Jeffrey Epstein signed an updated will two days before his death.
Heritage Foundation senior research fellow John Venable discusses Russian President Vladimir Putin’s claim that there’s no risk of increased radiation levels following a blast at a military site in Russia.
Carrie Lam plans to reach out to the people to discuss the Hong Kong protests, Susan Li says
Center for Freedom and Prosperity Chair Dan Mitchell on the recent fears of a U.S. recession.
Heritage Foundation senior fellow Peter Brookes discusses how Iran warned the U.S. against trying to seize one of its oil tankers.
Twenty-five people have been killed by tainted alcohol in Costa Rica since June.
A record $768 million U.S. vacation days went to waste in 2018.
Wall Street Journal editorial page editor James Freeman on the report that President Trump is interested in buying Greenland.
FOX News’ Robert Gray on Jeffrey Epstein’s autopsy report.
FOX Business’ Susan Li and U.S.-China Business Council senior VP Jake Parker on the massive protests in Hong Kong.
Brookings Institution’s Michael O’Hanlon discusses the how the Chinese government will react to the Hong Kong protests.
Heritage Foundation research fellow Joel Griffith on the costs of the 2020 Democrats’ proposals.
Iowa farmer Adam Nechanicky on the U.S.-China trade war.
DeBianchi Real Estate’s Samantha DeBianchi gives her take on the U.S. real estate market.
Charles Schwab senior VP Liz Ann Sonders on the concerns surrounding global growth and the inverted yield curve.
Euro Pacific Capital CEO Peter Schiff slams the Federal Reserve and says the U.S. is heading toward a recession.
FOX Business’ Deirdre Bolton on the major decline in the Dow Jones industrial average.
Center for Freedom & Prosperity Chairman Dan Mitchell gives President Trump credit over his response to the violent protests in Hong Kong.