Former Trump State Department senior adviser Christian Whiton discusses America's warning to allies, an American ballerina being detained in Russia for treason, Alexei Navalny's death and a Congressional delegation's trip to Taiwan.
Vladimir Putin's net worth could be as high as $200 billion with assets including a $1.4 billion palace estate dubbed "the new Versailles," a 250-foot yacht and a 750 acre forest compound.
Heritage Center for National Defense and former Navy Captain Brent Sadler assesses a report on a potential Russian threat to national security, the U.S. strikes against Houthi rebels and Biden's foreign policies.
Retired U.S. Marine Colonel on Russia reportedly exploring space nuclear capabilities and the problem brewing with China in the Central Pacific.
Atlas Organization founder Jonathan D.T. Ward discusses Congress' foreign aid package, China's rising aggression and the U.S. being at a disadvantage compared to its adversaries.
Gatestone Institute senior fellow Gordon Chang on the foreign policy impact of Congress' aid package and growing tensions between the U.S. and China.
Gatestone Institute senior fellow Gordon Chang argues China's goals and motivations are 'worse' than trying to overtake the U.S. as a global superpower.
2024 presidential candidate Nikki Haley discusses her economic plan and explains how she will deal with China on 'Making Money.'
'Making Money' host Charles Payne reacts to Trump floating the idea of placing tariffs on China imports if elected.
Former Trump deputy national security adviser KT McFarland joins 'Varney & Co.' to discuss whether Biden should strike inside Iran and reacts to Trump's solution to the migrant crisis.
SlateStone Wealth chief market strategist Kenny Polcari reacts to the 'blowout' January jobs report and discusses whether buying the Big Tech dip is a good idea on 'Varney & Co.'
The Biden administration's pause on new liquefied natural gas (LNG) export permits prompted pushback from leading business groups in the U.S., Europe and Japan.
Toyota Motor remains the world's top-selling car brand as Chairman Akio Toyoda apologized for safety scandals at three of the company's subsidiaries.
A judge in Hong Kong on Monday ordered the bankrupt China Evergrande Group to liquidate, saying the indebted real estate giant has failed to present a stable restructuring plan.
Circle Squared Alternative Investments founder Jeff Sica explains how the A.I. 'hype' could impact earnings of Apple, Alphabet and Microsoft on 'Varney & Co.'
Freight levels through the Suez Canal have plummeted by 45% since Iran-backed Houthi militants began attacking vessels in the Red Sea, risking higher inflation and food insecurity.
Atlas Organization founder Jonathan D.T. Ward discusses China's rising aggression amid tension with Taiwan, Houthi attacks in the Red Sea and the Chinese economy.
Gatestone Institute senior fellow on North Korea agreeing to further cooperation with Russia to establish a new 'international order,' rising tension between China and Taiwan, and the Penn Biden Center.
The Lonski Group President John Lonski explains how China's shrinking population impacts their long-term economic growth on 'Making Money.'
All Nippon Airways Flight 118, bound for Seattle, had to turn around after a passenger allegedly bit a flight attendant during the trip, reports say.