Democratic presidential candidates threatened to boycott the upcoming debate.
PayPal co-founder and Affirm CEO and co-founder Max Levchin, who grew up in the former Soviet Union in Ukraine, gives his insights on the capitalism vs. socialism debate.
'Revolution' author and former Trump deputy national security adviser K.T. McFarland discusses the U.S. testing new short-range missiles and the various missiles the Russians and Chinese have used in the past and present.
Former Trump 2016 campaign adviser George Papadopoulos discusses the Horowitz report and explains how he and others were reportedly spied on.
Investigative reporter John Solomon discusses how the FBI has not taken any steps to hold people accountable for the mistakes that were reportedly made in the Russia FISA case.
Presidential historian Doug Wead discusses the triumphs President Trump has accomplished on an economic and trade front amid the Democrats' impeachment efforts.
Former federal prosecutor Katie Cherkasky says 'all Americans need to be concerned' with how the FISA warrants were received since it puts our privacy at risk.
CampusReform.org editor-in-chief Cabot Phillips discusses how many students at George Washington University say they like the idea of Medicare-for-all, but hearing the steep costs and taxes associated with it caused them to think twice about the policy.
TrendMacro CIO Donald Luskin weighs in on the U.K. election and Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s win.
Lunden Roberts and Hunter Biden, the son of presidential candidate and former vice president Joe Biden, are embroiled in a nasty paternity case surrounding their 16-month-old baby
The feature was first used during the 2018 midterm elections.
Former Commerce Dept. deputy director Chris Garcia discusses 'the overwhelming rejection' of socialist policies in the U.K. after Prime Minister Boris Johnson defeated Jeremy Corbyn in the general election and explains what it means for trade between the two allies.
RealClearPolitics White House reporter Philip Wegmann discusses Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders' threat to not show up to the upcoming Democratic debate and U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's reelection.
The DNC moved the December debate to Loyola because of another union dispute at the original venue.
Twitter will try to make elections more fair by verifying candidates running in primaries in 2020. FOX Business’ Hillary Vaughn with more.
Stanford School of Business lecturer Dave Dodson discusses concerns circulating around excessive government spending and why the burden is continually placed on future generations.
FOX Business’ Charles Gasparino discusses the effect a Democratic victory in 2020 could have on the markets and the significance of the Conservative victory in the U.K.
What began with the people’s Brexit referendum in June 2016 that turned into a three-and-a-half-year quagmire has finally ended the right way – at the ballot box with the people’s choice.
FOX Business’ Stuart Varney on the history-making news that is making this month a “December to remember.”
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson addresses the people of Britain following his landslide electoral victory.