Former FBI agent sounds off on 'drastic' shift in bureau: 'People are terrified'
Former FBI agent Nicole Parker discusses the politicization of the FBI as the bureau faces scrutiny over its handling of past investigations and whistleblowers.
Oakland business owner sounds off on CA crime surge: 'We draw the line at violence'
Farm League Restaurant Group Partner & co-founder Adam Stemmler joins 'Varney & Co.' to discuss his attendance at an Oakland meeting on crime and its impact on the community.
FBI changed drastically: Former special agent Nicole Parker
Former FBI special agent Nicole Parker discusses the politicization of the agency, arguing Americans would trust the FBI more if they took accountability.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn fears what will happen with debt deal
Sen. Marsha Blackburn discusses the debt deal following its passing in the Senate, government spending, the Senate vote on the student loan handout, and the Veteran Affairs Secretary's role in the Trump-Russia probe.
Debt bill a 'shadow of its former self': Rep. Ben Cline
Rep. Ben Cline, R-Va., discusses the Senate passing the debt ceiling bill, the FBI sending the Biden document to Capitol Hill and the 'missing' Biden corruption probe witness speaking out.
China's penetration of US civil society is 'most serious', 'comprehensive' experienced in history: Gen. Jack Keane
Chairman of the Institute for the Study of War Gen. Jack Keane discusses China-U.S. relations, a report of suspected spies trying to infiltrate an Alaskan military base, and how the U.S. can deter China.
Americans need to 'hold our feet to the fire' over spending caps, says GOP rep.
Rep. Austin Scott, R-Ga., discusses his vote on the debt ceiling deal, government spending and the House Oversight Committee announcing contempt of Congress proceedings against FBI Director Christopher Wray.
Fed has 'difficult' task ahead: Former top Fed official Randal Quarels
Randal Quarels, former Federal Reserve Vice Chair of Supervision, discusses the Fed's handling of the economy and whether interest rates will be raised.
US sends another military aid package to Ukraine
Fox News Chief National Security Correspondent Jennifer Griffin discusses the U.S. sending another $300 million in weapons to Ukraine, the Taiwan Ambassador's comments on the conflict and the training of forces on M1 Abrams tanks.
Rep. Carlos Gimenez: 'Latino White supremacy' narrative shows 'arrogance' of Democrats
Rep. Carlos Gimenez, R-Fla., discusses The New Yorker's take on 'Latino White supremacy' and U.S. business leaders visiting China.
McCarthy got 'the best deal he could get': Sen. Roger Marshall
Sen. Roger Marshall, R-Kans., discusses the House's expected vote on the debt limit bill, Rep. James Comer holding FBI Director Christopher Wray in contempt of Congress and the fentanyl crisis.
Things will deteriorate as China gets stronger: Lt. Col. Daniel Davis
Lt. Col. Daniel Davis discusses a Chinese jet conducting unnecessarily aggressive maneuver near a U.S. military plane, rising tension between the two countries and American CEOs returning to China.
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt on signing school choice program into law
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt discusses the reaction to signing the school choice program into law and whether it should be a federal issue going into the 2024 presidential election.
Debt negotiations meant to 'address' fiscal crisis, not 'window dress around it': Vivek Ramaswamy
2024 presidential candidate and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy gives his take on the debt ceiling vote, government spending, his visit to Chicago's South Side and LinkedIn locking his account.
Sen. Bill Hagerty: 'Deeply concerned' about debt ceiling deal
Sen. Bill Hagerty, R-Tenn., discuss the bipartisan debt ceiling deal, the lack of defense spending amid mounting global tension and China rejecting a meeting with U.S. defense.
Biden admin is making situation with China 'worse': Gordon Chang
Gatestone Institute senior fellow Gordon Chang discusses China rejecting a meeting request from U.S. Defense, the Biden administration reviewing U.S. tariffs on China and North Korea planning to launch military spy satellite.
Rep. Scott Fitzgerald weighs in on debt ceiling talks
Rep. Scott Fitzgerald, R-Wis., discusses the House passing a bill to make fentanyl penalties permanent and the debt limit negotiations ahead of the deadline.
US consumers will 'vote with their dollars': Tudor Dixon
Former Michigan gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon discusses the role that education and 'woke' companies will play in the 2024 elections.
Republicans are 'looking after the taxpayers' benefit': Rep. Virginia Foxx
Rep. Virginia Foxx, R-N.C., says lawmakers could pass a debt ceiling deal as soon as next Tuesday or Wednesday.
Republicans stand firm on minimizing spending: 'We can't keep this up,' Rep. Bob Latta says
Rep. Bob Latta, R-Ohio, provides an update on debt ceiling talks as a skeletal congressional body is expected over Memorial Day weekend.