Fox News contributor Charlie Hurt reacts to Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif, lashing out at PBS' Judy Woodruff during an interview where she suggested the anchor was a GOP advocate. He later talks about the New York Attorney General suing to dissolve the NRA and how the negotiations are going in Congress over additional stimulus for unemployed Americans.
Judicial Watch president discusses the multiple issues with mail-in ballots that could lead to fraud and expresses his concern delaying the 2020 election results could lead to Congress deciding the election. He later provides an update on the federal judge ordering Don McGahn to comply with a House subpoena as well as getting Susan Rice to answer more questions about Benghazi.
Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia reacts to the notable July jobs report which showed 1.8 million jobs added in July and the unemployment rate falling to 10.2 percent. He later discusses Trump's efforts to deliver more financial relief to Americans impacted by coronavirus.
Dartmouth College head football coach Buddy Teevens on implementing a no-contact system during practice that lead to success.
JKC Trucking owner Mike Kucharski discusses his company’s move to stop delivering to areas protesting and defunding the police, as well as how the coronavirus has impacted trucking jobs.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says, by current infection rates, all school districts in the state can open.
King's College Presidential Scholar Mark Smith discusses the controversy over mail-in voting.
Gooding & Company President David Gooding discusses adding new coronavirus safety measures to his company’s classic car auctions, such as going online and adding social distancing to in-person events.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., wants hit billionaire’s with a one-time tax on coronavirus pandemic gains. FOX Business’ Lauren Simonetti with more.
FLIR President and CEO James Cannon on helping businesses implement temperature checks with thermal imaging cameras amid the coronavirus outbreak.