Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy, predicts the national average for gas could 'briefly eclipse $4 a gallon' between March and early June.
High-frequency electronic trading firms are buzzing about Gary Gensler’s October meetings with industry foes; Charlie Gasparino has the latest.
St. Joseph's Institute for autoimmune diseases director Dr. Bob Lahita discusses the health care industry navigating through vaccine mandates, natural immunity and booster shots.
Civil rights attorney Brian Claypool argues the D.C. city council started defunding the police department after George Floyd, causing a crime surge.
NYC Council Minority Leader Joe Borelli discusses the latest violent incident to take place in NYC, the rise in crime and Mayor Eric Adams' campaign promises.
National Retail Federation President Matthew Shay argues omicron has caused a 'spike in shortages in some categories' due to supply chain disruptions.
Fox Nation host and Martin Luther King Jr.'s niece Alveda King says she remembers her uncle's legacy and prophecy with a day of service.
Washington Examiner editor-in-chief Hugo Gurdon explains why there's a growing movement for school choice.
Former US Border Patrol Chief Ron Vitiello reacts to Biden admin flying migrants to different states in the middle of the night.
Rep. Chris Stewart and Fox News contributor Liz Peek discuss the supply chain crisis and COVID testing on 'The Evening Edit.'
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody and Fox News contributor Dr. Marty Makary react to how the president's mandate is affecting the health workforce.
Former Trump senior economic adviser Steve Moore discusses the Fed's slow response to inflation as it hits a 40-year-high.
Dr. Claudia Cohn, Association for Advancement of Blood and Biotherapies CMO, provides insight into why the U.S. is facing the worst blood shortage in over a decade.
Rep. Carlos Gimenez, R-Fla., discusses Florida’s huge population increase and what is attracting people to the Sunshine State.
Rep. Ted Budd, R-N.C., discusses the child tax credit and getting people back into the workforce.
Labor Secretary under the Trump administration Eugene Scalia argues when government agencies ‘overreach,’ they come away with less than they had before.
Labor Secretary under the Trump administration Eugene Scalia says the Supreme Court decision blocking Biden’s federal vaccine mandate could get people back into the workforce.
Chad Wolf says they're 'absolutely' afraid of the backlash on 'The Evening Edit.'
Rep. Bryan Steil and Fox News contributor Deneen Borelli weigh in on president addressing voting rights as U.S. deals with domestic issues.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich and Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks, R-Iowa, weigh in on SCOTUS ruling for vaccine mandates.