MRC Founder Brent Bozell joins 'Varney & Co.' to discuss the White House keeping an eye on Twitter and reacts to a New York Post op-ed saying media coverage of crime is hurting Democrats.
Atlas Organization Founder Jonathan D.T. Ward discusses Tiktok as a national security concern, the silence from Apple and the White House on the China protests, and Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo's remarks on decoupling from China.
Chinese protesters use Twitter through VPNs to smuggle out photos and information on protests in China over its zero-COVID policy and authoritarianism.
High-end department stores remain silent on controversy surrounding Balenciaga's advertisements that featured children holding teddy bear purses in BDSM attire.
Twitter CEO Elon Musk on Wednesday promised that "Twitter 2.0" would be more "effective" and "transparent" under his leadership than in the past.
Strive Founder and Executive Chairman Vivek Ramaswamy joins 'Varney & Co.' to discuss national security concerns surrounding TikTok, Apple's coordination with the Chinese Communist Party, and Elon Musk being targeted by White House.
Texas Rep. August Pfluger unpacks the White House's decision to monitor Twitter and the relationship between Big Tech and politics on 'The Evening Edit.'
NY Post columnist Miranda Devine and SentinelOne chief security adviser Morgan Wright discuss the White House wanting to keep a watchful eye on Twitter on ‘Fox Business Tonight.’
London Center for Policy Research senior fellow Deroy Murdock and Washington Times opinion editor Charlie Hurt react to outrage over Elon Musk's Twitter takeover and parents speaking up at school board meetings on 'Kudlow.'
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem has banned the social media app TikTok for all state agencies so that the Chinese Communist Party cannot gather data.
Sen. Bill Hagerty, R-Tenn., discusses a looming rail strike, bipartisanship in Congress, Apple's 'massive' market power and drug cartels' role in the U.S. border crisis.
After digging up a diamond ring worth $40,000, Florida treasure hunter Joseph Cook said he "not even for a minute" thought about keeping it, and found its rightful owners.
Former Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine discusses Twitter's advertising drama, the White House monitoring the social media platform for 'misinformation' and Apple limiting airdrop function in China amid unrest.
CPAC Foundation senior fellow Mercedes Schlapp and Fox News contributor Liz Peek discuss Elon Musk planning to release information behind Twitter censorship of the Hunter Biden laptop story on 'Kudlow.'
Elon Musk says the "Twitter Files" detailing how certain accounts were suppressed at the expense of free speech will soon be published on the platform.
Elon Musk said Monday that tech giant Apple has "mostly" stopped advertising on Twitter. He also said Apple threatened to "withhold" Twitter from the app store.
New Twitter owner Elon Musk said Saturday that sign-ups on the platform are at an all-time high as he previewed a slew of changes coming for "Twitter 2.0."
Billionaire Twitter CEO Elon Musk has been temporarily blocked from firing a top Twitter employee in Ireland due to a Friday ruling in the nation's High Court.
Qatar Airways said a plus-size model who claimed she was not allowed to board a flight because she was too "fat" to fit in an economy seat was aggressive with staff.
Musk says suspended Twitter accounts will be granted amnesty next week after holding a poll in which nearly three-fourths of users voted in the affirmative.