Fox News’ Bryan Llenas reports from Brunswiick County, S.C. on the very latest on what the residence are facing in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence.
Jeff Klein, chief market strategist, Charles Schwab, questions the markets' durability despite the Dow and S&P 500 closing at record highs.
Oil slid after President Trump tweeted about OPEC being a monopoly that must try to lower prices. The Price Futures Group’s Phil Flynn says the president has the right to criticize OPEC.
North Carolina Farm Bureau president Larry Wooten responds to FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb’s comments over regulating nicotine in cigarettes in addition to Hurricane Florence’s impact on tobacco farmers.
U.S. FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, in a wide-ranging interview, said they are looking to regulate nicotine in cigarettes in order to migrate smokers to modified risk products.
Wells Fargo plans to reduce its workforce by up to 10% over the next three years in order to meet customer needs and improve operations. FBN’s Liz Claman with more.
SnackNation CEO Sean Kelly discusses how his company secured $12 million in Series B Funding.
Connecticut Gubernatorial Candidate Bob Stefanowski discusses how he will fix the state’s financial problems if he’s elected.
Fox News Senior strategic analyst Gen. Jack Keane argues early-on estimates of the cost of President Trump’s proposed Space Force are highly underestimated.
FBN’s Stuart Varney discusses the sexual misconduct allegations made against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and how Democrats are trying to delay the hearing.
A California lawsuit alleges that drugmaker AbbVie illegally paid doctors to over-prescribe Humira, one of the world’s best-selling drugs. Fox News medical correspondent Dr. Marc Siegel weighs in.
What once looked like a $6 million dollar cleanup is looking more like $200 million in Craven County, New Bern, North Carolina Mayor Dana Outlaw said.
Significant support has been provided to the state and local authorities, Alex Azar said.
Former Commerce Department deputy director Chris Garcia on why the U.S. has the upper hand in its trade war with China.
The Heritage Foundation’s James Carafano on why it’s unlikely that President Trump will have a second meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Brian Brenberg, business professor at The King’s College, on President Trump’s trade war with China and how jobless claims fell to a 49-year low.
Health & Health Services Secretary Alex Azar discusses how the government is combating the opioid epidemic.
Health & Health Services Secretary Alex Azar discusses the fallout from Hurricane Florence and how the government plans to help the Carolinas provide mental health-care services to residents who were impacted by the storm.
Deloitte Global CFO program leader Sandy Cockrell discusses his company’s new survey, which shows that 45 percent of chief financial officers expect better economic conditions in a year.
Former presidential candidate Herman Cain discusses his new super PAC “America Fighting Back” and how it will defend President Trump against the left-wing media.