Major League Baseball will kick off the regular season Thursday night after delaying Opening Day due to the coronavirus pandemic, and FS1 sportscaster Kevin Burkhardt talks about what virtual fans might add to the broadcast.
Truffle Shuffle CEO Jason McKinney describes how his company has adapted to the coronavirus by finding new corporate partnerships and creating online cooking classes.
Heritage Foundation senior fellow Peter Brookes believes America will send a very strong message to China with how unhappy we are with their behavior.
FreedomWorks economist Steve Moore says the next stimulus package should include a payroll tax cut because nothing else in the package will stimulate growth.
Former Reagan economic adviser Art Laffer says a payroll tax cut would be an incentive for both workers and employers.
Capitalistpig Hedge Fund’s Jonathan Hoenig and FoxNews.com automotive editor Gary Gastelu analyze the recently released Tesla earnings report.
Former State Department official Christian Whiton says he is not worried about retaliation from China for closing the consulate in Houston.
FOX Business’ Edward Lawrence gives an update on the federal government’s plans to decrease violence in American cities.
FOX Business’ Charlie Gasparino says Wall Street is betting sports may make a big comeback once the coronavirus pandemic subsides.
Former Acting ICE Director under Trump Thomas Homan discusses rising violence and unrest in big cities and how officials fail to control it by allowing the removal of federal officers.