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Evening Edition: Prime Minister Netanyahu Dissolves War Cabinet

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has dissolved his 'War Cabinet' that was the influential group making the decisions regarding fighting Hamas in Gaza. It was a move many expected following the resignation of Benny Gantz from the cabinet over his frustrations of how Netanyahu has handled the war. Meanwhile, the Lebanon-based Hezbollah terrorist group has been pummeling Israel with hundreds of rockets in retaliation for an Israeli strike that killed a high level commander of theirs. FOX’s Eben Brown speaks with Trey Yingst, FOX News foreign correspondent in Tel Aviv, about the effects on the war because of this decision and the latest on the Hezbollah threat. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Business Rundown: A Brewing Battle Over Corporate Taxes

In Washington, a battle is brewing over the U.S. corporate tax rate. President Biden has a plan to raise the current 21 percent corporate tax rate to 28 percent, while former President Trump has teased lowering it even further to 20 percent. Meanwhile, inflation seems to be cooling this summer, though Americans aren’t feeling the impact yet. The Index of Consumer Sentiment showed U.S. consumer confidence hit a 7-month low in June. And just how loyal will TV viewers be this summer? " Streamflation" comes to a head this June and July, with most of the major streamers hitting consumers with price hikes and advertisements. Co-anchor of The Big Money Show on FOX Business, Brian Brenberg sits down with the President of Payne Capital Management, Ryan Payne, to discuss it all. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

President Biden's G7 Performance & Terror Threats At The Southern Border

This past week President Biden travelled to Italy for the G7 Summit, where he pledged $50 billion in new aid to Ukraine that is backed by seized Russian assets. Over the weekend peace talks were held in Switzerland, where notably Russia was not invited, after President Vladimir Putin proposed his own peace plan that involved Ukraine ceding all land occupied by Russia. Meanwhile, at the border with Mexico, migrants continue to enter the nation with eight people from Tajikistan with ties to ISIS being arrested last week. Chair of the House Intelligence Committee Mike Turner (R-OH-10) joins the Rundown to share his thoughts on the President's performance in Europe, his assessment of the terror threats at the border, and what he thinks of Russian ships docking in Havana, Cuba. On Friday, Pope Francis became the first to address a G7 Summit of world leaders. He used the occasion to talk about the perils and promises of artificial intelligence and why he worries about how the technology could be used in future wars. Pope Francis is far from the only person concerned about where AI is going. Some experts warn if we don't control the technology, it could even lead to human extinction. But Jamie Metzl, who served in the National Security Council during the Clinton administration, says in his new book, “Superconvergence”, why he’s cautiously optimistic about AI and how it has the potential to help humanity thrive. Metzl, joins the Rundown to discuss how he believes AI can change our world for the better and how our species can avoid its pitfalls. Plus, commentary from Host of Tomi Lahren is Fearless on Outkick, Tomi Lahren. (Image Via AP) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Extra: Trey Gowdy On Hunter Biden, President Trump, And The "Weaponization" Of The DOJ

It took a federal jury in Delaware only about three hours to find President Biden's son Hunter guilty of three felonies. The charges included lying about drug use when he bought a gun in 2018 and then illegally having possession of that gun. President Biden says he'll accept the outcome and will not pardon his son or commute his sentence. Some Democrats in Congress suggested the conviction blows up Republican claims of a weaponized justice system that is unfairly targeting former President Trump and other conservatives. Shortly after the jury’s decision, FOX News Rundown host Lisa Brady spoke with former federal prosecutor and Congressman Trey Gowdy. The host of FOX News’ Sunday Night in America and the Trey Growdy Podcast weighed in on the verdict and explained why he was not surprised at all that Hunter Biden was found guilty on all counts. Gowdy also discussed the politics surrounding the case, the likelihood the President would pardon his son, and whether he thinks the conviction is proof the DOJ and justice system is still fair. The conversation was long and we could not include all of it in our original FOX News Rundown segment. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear our entire conversation with FOX News contributor and former federal prosecutor Trey Gowdy and hear even more of his unique and sometimes humorous take on the legal troubles surrounding the Biden family and Donald Trump. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

From Washington: Why Hunter Biden's Conviction Could Be Bad News For Former President Trump

 This past week, Hunter Biden became the first child of a sitting President to be convicted of a crime. Though the verdict initially seemed like it could have negative political implications for his father, some media headlines say the jury’s decision ‘shatters’ the Trump campaign’s narrative that the Justice Department is unfairly targeting the former President. Host of 'The Guy Benson Show,' Guy Benson, shares his thoughts on how the historic conviction could impact the 2024 race, whether President Biden will end up pardoning his son or commuting his sentence, and why Hunter's case can't accurately be compared to the Former President's.    The veepstakes are underway! Former President Donald Trump has nearly a month to choose his running mate for the 2024 election, and there are several well-known individuals on his not-so-short list. Kyle Kondik, the managing editor of Sabato’s Crystal Ball at the University of Virginia Center for Politics, discusses Trump's possible VP picks and their potential impact on his campaign. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Extra: Kellyanne Conway's Take On The Trump Veepstakes

Donald Trump’s search for a running mate is on. The former president says he is getting closer to making his Vice Presidential pick as his campaign is reportedly vetting a list of Republicans that includes current lawmakers and former GOP primary opponents. Kellyanne Conway was there eight years ago with Trump as his campaign manager when they chose Mike Pence as his running mate in 2016. Earlier this week, FOX News Rundown host Dave Anthony spoke with the FOX News Contributor and pollster to get her unique take on this year’s veepstakes and who she feels would be the best pick. Conway laid out what qualities the running mate should possess and went through some of the pros and cons of the names being floated by the media. The conversation was long and we could not include all of it in our original FOX News Rundown segment. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear our entire conversation with FOX News contributor and former Senior Counselor to President Trump Kellyanne Conway and hear even more about her analysis of the VP search, but also the state of the 2024 presidential race.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

From Washington: The Difficulties Of Reaching A Ceasefire Deal

During his time at the G7 Summit in Italy, President Biden expressed that Hamas was 'the biggest hang-up' to a ceasefire deal with Israel. Although the terrorist group proposed more changes to President Biden's three-phase plan, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who this week made his eighth trip to the Middle East since the October 7th attacks, insisted that Hamas would not be allowed to determine the future of the region. President and Founder of the Eurasia Group Ian Bremmer examines the complications of President Biden's phased plan and explains why he fears current tensions could lead to a broader war. For the first time in nearly four years, former President Donald Trump returned to Capitol Hill this week for closed-door meetings with nearly every Republican member in the House and Senate. That show of unity provided President Trump with a show of strength, cementing his role as the leader of the Republican party, with even legislators who voted to impeach and convict the former President present in the sessions. FOX News Senior Congressional Correspondent Chad Pergram details the political landscape of Capitol Hill as we get closer and closer to the election in November. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Evening Edition: Using Art To Heal From PTSD

June is Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month and support groups have begun using different techniques to help individuals cope with trauma. One of those groups is the 'Wounded Warrior Project', an American charity and veterans service organization, who have started to use art therapy, music and cooking programs in order to use creativity to unlock new ways of healing. FOX’s Tonya J. Powers speaks with Sal Gonzalez, veteran and country singer, and Dr. Erin Fletcher, Director of the Wounded Warrior Network, about the ways different forms of art can help veterans cope with PTSD. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Business Rundown: Charles Payne Warns “We May Be Slowing Down A Lot Faster Than The Fed Acknowledges”

Another decision from the Federal Reserve on Wednesday: they’re holding rates steady. Chairman Jerome Powell signaled optimism about the inflation fight but says one positive report isn’t a sign for celebration just yet. In the world of tech, Tesla’s Elon Musk made headlines at the company’s 2024 annual shareholder meeting, telling attendees that he believes Robotaxis and Optimus robots could bring Tesla’s market cap to 25 trillion dollars.  Kelly O’Grady speaks with the host of Making Money with Charles Payne on FOX Business, Charles Payne, about the impact of Jerome Powell's rate-cut caution, Musk’s ambitious goals, and differing economic visions among the 2024 candidates. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices