Mae Jemison, a former NASA astronaut and the first African-American woman in space, explains what she’s doing to push for an increase in science, technology, engineering and math in school curriculums.
Lead Edge Capital founder Mitchell Green explains why the music-streaming service Spotify chose to go public, arguing that the company wants to acquire more customers.
New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney discusses the tax hike in his state, warning that it could cause the wealthy to flee.
Fox News Contributor Jason Chaffetz on the implications of firing Andrew McCabe from the FBI.
Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) on his talk with President Trump regarding the Gateway Tunnel project, tax reform and “Right to Try.”
Pete Hegseth on whether he is being considered to replace David Shulkin as the next Veterans Affair secretary.
FBN’s Stuart Varney argues that Russia’s extreme aggression requires a robust response from the U.S.
Defense One technology editor Patrick Tucker says the Pentagon’s move to transfer classified data to the cloud is a reason why Amazon is considering the Washington, D.C. area for its second headquarters.
The FDA is seeking to lower nicotine in cigarettes. Fox News medical correspondent Dr. Marc Siegel with more.
Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Michael Pillsbury on President Trump’s trade dispute with China