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Going far beyond the basic headlines, The FOX News Rundown features insights from top newsmakers, FOX News reporters and contributors, plus commentary on the significant issues of the day. Check us out each morning.

DeSantis and Haley Spar For Second Ahead Of Iowa Contest

Evening Edition: The Rise Of A.I. Bringing Calls For Regulation

From the boardroom to the battlefield, nations across the world are simultaneously trying to take the lead in artificial intelligence technology while balancing the need to put up guardrails as well.  The A.I. Summit at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City brought many of the industry’s biggest players. FOX’s Eben Brown spoke to The Big Money Show’s Jackie DeAngelis about the emerging tech being showcased at this summit and the questions surrounding just how much to regulate AI in the future. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

"There Are Others To Come": Trey Gowdy Raises Alarms Over McCarthy Retirement

Ousted former speaker, Congressman Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), will retire after 17 years in the House and will leave at the end of 2023, before the end of his term. The former South Carolina Congressman and host of The Trey Gowdy Podcast and Sunday Night In America on the Fox News Channel joins the Rundown to discuss the retirement of friend and former Speaker of the House, Kevin McCarthy. He explains why the ousting of former Speaker McCarthy demonstrated how political division in Washington has made governing impossible, the likelihood of more congressional retirements as a consequence of Capitol Hill dysfunction, and his faith that Kevin McCarthy will be “fabulously successful” after leaving Congress. Thursday marks two months since Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared war on Hamas following the terrorist group's brutal surprise attack. As the war continues to rage in Gaza, the focus has shifted to civilian casualties and a humanitarian crisis, with pro-Palestinian protests persisting across the country. Meanwhile, these demonstrations have included some hate speech, which has left American and Israeli Jews feeling threatened as they witness surging antisemitism. Tal Heinrich, spokesperson for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, joins the Rundown to discuss what went wrong leading up to October 7th, the horrible conditions the Israeli hostages are facing, and Israel's commitment to destroy Hamas. Plus, commentary from founder and president of the World War II Foundation, Tim Gray. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Evening Edition: The Rise Of A.I. In Your Household

From inception to improvements, artificial intelligence is quickly becoming an integral part of the housing industry.  FOX’s Gurnal Scott spoke to Fox Business’ Gerri Willis about how AI technology is being used in the interior design space to help create and upkeep homes—giving people the opportunity to tour and customize their home before it's even built. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Is Antisemitic Speech on University Campuses Protected Speech?

Should antisemitic speech be protected as free speech on college campuses in the U.S.? This is one of the questions the university presidents of Harvard, MIT, and the University of Pennsylvania had to grapple with before the House Education and Workforce Committee yesterday. If Jewish students are afraid to go to class due to their peers' behavior, where should the line be drawn? On the Rundown, Attorney Mark Ressler, whose firm has filed two lawsuits against major universities over antisemitism on college campuses, discusses why his firm has taken action to address antisemitic speech on college campuses, how the university presidents testified before Congress, and his thoughts on why this seems to be happening more at Ivy League schools. Despite the Biden administration's continuous push for electric vehicles, the demand is steadily declining. The White House declared a goal to make two-thirds of all cars in the U.S. electric by 2030; however, reliable charging stations that these cars depend on are still few and far between. Wall Street Journal auto industry reporter Michael Colias joins to break down why the demand has dropped, explain why many people are hesitant to purchase an electric car and share why many fear the impact EV chargers have on the environment. Plus, commentary from Will Cain. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Evening Edition: The Rise Of A.I. In Medicine

The Rise Of A.I.: Artificial intelligence is already changing the world of medicine, from scheduling visits to detecting cancers and presenting seemingly unlimited potential. John Saucier spoke with Lauren Simonetti who got an inside look at how one hospital is using A.I. to help patients and doctors while potentially saving lives. She explains how some of this tech is being used and what medical professionals at Northern Westchester Hospital make of these advancements. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

A.I. and The Chipping Away Of Our Trust In Media

Artificial intelligence is being utilized by more and more industries, with many seeing the convenient and revolutionary nature of the tool. However, some are calling out new uses of this new tech that are proving to be unethical. Last month, Sports Illustrated dealt with allegations that many of their recent articles were produced by AI, calling into question the publication's credibility. Howard Kurtz, the host of Media Buzz and the Media Buzzmeter podcast, joins the Rundown to discuss what Sports Illustrated did wrong and shared why AI could be a powerful tool for journalists if used correctly. The Supreme Court is currently deciding whether OxyContin-producer Purdue Pharma's proposed $6 billion bankruptcy settlement is just. This money, which aims to address the opioid crisis and repay families who have been personally impacted by opioids, initially sounded like a good deal to many Americans, but the payments would be stretched out over 18 years — and would allow the family behind Purdue Pharma to walk away scot-free. On the Rundown, Bill Nelson, who lost his 20-year-old stepson Brian to an opioid overdose, explains why he's against the deal and would rather the head of the company, Richard Sackler, be "locked up in a jail cell" than this settlement go through. Plus, commentary by Fox Nation host Tammy Bruce. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Evening Edition: The Rise Of A.I. Is Transforming Our Roads

The Rise Of A.I.: Artificial intelligence is being applied to just about every industry on the planet. This is creating both endless opportunities and concerns. All this week, the FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition teams up with FOX Business to look at the companies and innovators leading the charge on A.I.. We'll also explore what is being done to protect American jobs and create guardrails to curb the cutting-edge technology. One place where artificial intelligence is driving major change is on American roads. The technology is making our cars smarter and is already being implemented in the trucking industry. FOX's John Saucier spoke to FBN's Ashley Webster about how some companies are utilizing A.I. in new vehicles to analyze road safety, how this technology can keeps tabs on drivers and it's likely impact on the trucking industry. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

House Majority Whip Tom Emmer Talks George Santos Expulsion & Potential Biden Impeachment Inquiry

House Republicans have been digging into the Biden family's allegedly questionable business dealings for months, and they're now taking things a step further — working towards authorizing a formal impeachment inquiry into the President to strengthen House Republicans' legal standing in court while their investigation continues. Meanwhile, George Santos became the sixth member of the House to be expelled in Congressional history, making the GOP's already slim majority in the House even smaller — leading to some concerns that Republicans in the House may have even more trouble passing their agenda. On the Rundown, House Majority Whip Tom Emmer (R-MN) explains why opening an impeachment inquiry into the President is both reasonable and necessary based on the evidence revealed, and why many Republicans, including himself, voted against Santos' expulsion. He also adds why he believes House Republicans still have the power to band together and get the job done despite losing a number in their majority. With just over a month left before the Iowa caucus, former United States Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley has found herself neck-and-neck with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL). As her candidacy grows stronger, big-name donors are taking an interest. The Americans For Prosperity PAC, backed by billionaire Charles Koch, officially endorsed Haley's campaign last week. The Northeast Regional Director of Women for Nikki, Jennifer Nassour, joins the podcast to discuss Haley's recent strong polling and what her latest endorsement means for the Haley campaign. Plus, commentary from New York Post columnist and co-author of "The Canceling of the American Mind," Rikki Schlott. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Extra: Benjamin Hall On His Return To Ukraine

FOX correspondent Benjamin Hall almost died while covering the Ukraine war when he was struck during a Russian missile attack. Since his rescue from the warzone nearly two years ago, he has undergone dozens of surgeries and undergone countless amounts of rehabilitation. Last month, Hall returned to Ukraine for the first time, where he sat down with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to discuss the current state of the war. Hall joined host Dave Anthony after his trip to discuss his return, his interview with Zelensky, and the launch of his new podcast, "Searching for Heroes." Hall weighed in on the war in Ukraine and how for many Americans, it has been overshadowed by the war in Israel. He also discussed his passion for journalism and the importance of war reporting. We made edits for time and thought you might like to hear our entire conversation with FOX News' Ben Hall. On today's FOX News Rundown Extra, you'll hear more about Ben's inspiring story. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit