The oil market remains ripe for a rapid rebound despite omicron fears and the tapping of the strategic petroleum reserves.
Oil's bear market is not driven by true supply and demand, therefore it may be short-lived.
Undercover Taliban agents spent years infiltrating Afghan government ministries, universities, businesses and aid organizations.
World oil markets call bluff after Biden's 'Hail Mary' Strategic Petroleum Release.
Why tapping strategic petroleum reserves would be a band-aid, not a long-term solution.
The Biden administration has a range of tools to combat rising energy prices, but the reality is that it won't use most of the effective and simplest ones.
Fox News senior strategic analyst General Jack Keane (Ret.) argues the Taliban leadership is in need of money and the Chinese are attempting to buy their way into Afghanistan. He also weighs in on tensions between China and Taiwan.
Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst on ongoing spending negotiations on Capitol Hill and the vetting process for Afghan refugees.
Michigan Congressman Peter Meijer weighs in on the first meeting between U.S. and Taliban officials after the August withdrawal from Afghanistan and discusses the impact of inflation on his constituents.
Oil has not been this high since 2014.
Gen. Jack Keane (Ret.) told FOX Business' Maria Bartiromo that Afghanistan is heading toward a civil war as the country's health care and banking systems have failed since the Taliban took control in late August.
Gen. Jack Keane (Ret.) warns of a possible civil war in Afghanistan after the Taliban took control of the government in late August.
OPEC is toying with the global oil markets and prices are climbing.
Rep. Andy Barr., R-Ky., on America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan under President Biden and U.S.-China relations.
Former State Department official Christian Whiton on the Biden administration’s approach to Afghanistan and China.
Fox News senior strategic analyst Gen. Jack Keane previews Sec. Lloyd Austin and Gen. Mark Milley's upcoming testimony before a Senate committee on the Afghanistan withdrawal.
Trump administration sanctions on Iran decimated the hardline regime's trade with the world's largest economies, knocking it from $46 billion in 2019 to $28 billion in 2020, according to a non-public report sent by the Biden administration to Congress earlier this month.
Former acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf discusses how President Biden is handling immigration from Afghanistan and South America.
While many Afghans watch anxiously to see how harshly the Islamist movement will govern the country, the Taliban’s opponents and supporters alike agree that the most pressing challenge right now is a severe economic crisis that threatens to unspool whatever gains remain of 20 years of U.S.-funded nation-building.
Paul Bremer, former Presidential Envoy to Iraq and former National Commission on Terrorism Chair under Bush 43, provides insight into the impact of America’s withdrawal on Afghanistan and its surrounding region.