David Spunt reports on estimated $100 billion in fraud cases
As Kyiv continues to be pummeled by Russian airstrikes, private businesses across America are sending weapons directly into the war zone. An American gun manufacturer is sending 2,500 piston driven, semi-automatic AR-15 style rifles to Kyiv, helping arm civilians who stayed in Ukraine to fight against the Russians.
Jack Sweeney discusses his tracking bot on ‘America’s Newsroom.’
Fox News reporter Douglas Kennedy on the website created by software engineer Brian Hamachek to track and identify PPP fraud
The Fox News contributor discusses the New York City mayor, hate crimes against Asian-Americans, and Nancy Pelosi’s comments on crime.
Jonathan Hunt fronts a Fox News package that interviews people across the cargo transportation industry to see how they're dealing with a shortage of drivers and an aging population of employees.
University of Chicago Professor Austan Goolsbee and former Trump economic adviser Steve Moore warn rising consumer and oil prices will hurt wages and consumer confidence.
University of Chicago Professor Austan Goolsbee and former Trump economic adviser Steve Moore says there’s not much to complain about the January jobs report.
A man walks out of a New York City drugstore with a bag full of stolen goods in broad daylight.
Musician Elio Pace reacts to his cruise ship being rerouted, stranding crew members after the ship was issued a warrant for arrest.
Monika Bickert argued Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen did not work on child safety issues, suggesting she 'mischaracterized' the information she revealed from the platform.
Dr. Marc Siegel weighs in on the recent report suggesting the Biden administration may not be waiting on science from the agency to justify the decision.
DeSantis calls for a timely investigation into the cause of the collapse and provided ways to support those impacted.
The parents of a 16-year-old California boy who died from a fentanyl overdose join 'America's Newsroom' to discuss their bid to get social media apps to change their policies.
Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.V., talks about how bipartisan talks on a spending deal broke down between the White House and Republican senators.
Dan Springer reports on aerospace firm's response to Sen. Tom Cotton.
Fox Business Network's Phil Flynn predicts a ‘summer of pain’ at gas stations due to surging fuel demand and the possibility of more pipeline shutdowns.
The city of Redmond is offering travelers incentives in order to boost the COVID-battered tourism industry.
Experience Redmond Tourism Director Peter Klauser on giving $100 vouchers to visitors in Washington state.
FOX Business host Larry Kudlow argues President Joe Biden's tax increase will do 'great damage' to the U.S. if passed.