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Evening Edition: Stocks Surge After A-I Chip Maker Releases Earnings Report

Pundits Question Haley’s Nomination Path, "Where Can She Start Winning?"

This Saturday, the two remaining Republican presidential candidates will go head-to-head in the South Carolina primary. Former President Donald Trump is expected to leave the Palmetto State victorious, yet former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley plans to stay in the race until Super Tuesday. Trump continues to dominate the polls despite his mounting legal issues, with the first trial slated to begin next month. Yet, Haley isn't thrown off by the numbers. Vice President at Targeted Victory and former Senior Advisor to Tim Scott, Matt Gorman, joins the Rundown to preview this weekend's contest and Haley’s chances at the nomination. Buyers and sellers across the nation find themselves in a strange predicament, as high mortgage rates have frozen the real estate market, forcing many young folks to rent instead of buy. As the Federal Reserve weighs cutting rates, homebuilders have ramped up production to fill the void left by sellers holding on to their low rates. FOX News Real Estate Contributor Katrina Campins joins the Rundown to discuss the factors that are influencing the housing markets, where young buyers are turning to for solutions, and why she thinks there needs to be a renaissance of affordable housing. Plus, commentary by Jimmy Failla, host of “Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla.” Photo Credits: Associated Press Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Evening Edition: The United States Vetoes Another U.N. Ceasefire Resolution

The United States once again vetoed a United Nations Security Council resolution calling for a ceasefire to the war in Gaza. The U.S. proposed its own resolution that supported releasing all hostages taken in the Oct. 7th terror attack. The Security Council voted 13-1, Great Britain abstained, on the resolution put forth mainly by Arab countries. FOX's Eben Brown speaks with Jonathan Schanzer, Senior Vice President for Research at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, explains why the U.S. rejected the resolution and what happened to the one suggested by Washington. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Evolving Border Crisis

Lawmakers in Washington are still concerned about the record number of illegal migrants entering the United States through the southern border. However, there has been a shift at the border, with migrants now entering less via Texas and more illegal crossings instead via Arizona and California. Yet, that's not the only big change; Chinese migrants are now the fastest-growing group entering the United States from Mexico. FOX News Correspondent Griff Jenkins joins the Rundown to discuss what he's seen at the border, national security concerns about the increasing number of illegal Chinese migrants, and his new FOX Nation special, "24/7: Border Crisis." As crime continues to sweep across the nation, the number of police officers on the streets enforcing our laws has sharply declined. In Louisiana, Governor Landry has declared a state of emergency over the lack of officers amid severely lagging recruitment. Police departments have even had to lower recruitment standards in some cases to better drum up interest in donning the badge, but worries over safety and reputation have potential officers hesitant to join. Retired NYPD Inspector and FOX News contributor Paul Mauro joins the podcast to discuss what’s causing this officer shortage, why lowering recruitment standards should concern citizens, and solutions to this crisis. Plus, commentary by a former investment banker and author of 'You Will Own Nothing,' Carol Roth. Photo Credits: Associated Press Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Evening Edition: Alexei Navalny's Wife Takes On His Opposition Mantle

Yulia Navalnaya, wife of late husband Alexei Navalny, has posted a video statement vowing to continue his fight against Putin's brutal and corrupt regime. Can she fill the void and what kind of backing does she have amongst her husband's supporters. Meanwhile, another American has been detained by the Kremlin on suspicion of treason. FOX's John Saucier speaks with Alex Hogan, FOX News foreign correspondent, about the continuing protests over the death of Alexei Navalny and his wife's promise to continue the opposition to the Kremlin. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Navalny Death Sparks International Outrage & Protest Within Russia

Nearly 400 people were detained across Russia for publicly mourning the death of Alexei Navalny. The Russian opposition leader died in an Arctic prison colony last week. The Kremlin claims Navalny died of sudden death syndrome, yet most Western leaders such as President Biden have argued President Vladimir Putin is responsible for Navalny’s death. Benjamin Hall, senior FOX News correspondent and host of the podcast “Searching for Heroes with Benjamin Hall,” joins the Rundown to explain the current state of affairs in Russia, why Navalny's demise has sparked international outrage, and discuss the war in Ukraine as it approaches two years since Russia invaded. As the workplace begins to look younger and younger, with Gen Z employees set to soon overtake Baby Boomers in the workforce, concerns persist about where office culture is heading. A viral trend has emerged recently of "Zoomers" filming themselves getting laid off, and posting them on TikTok. This along with remote work demands have employers worried for the future generation of workers. Co-host of The Big Money Show on FOX Business, Taylor Riggs, joins the podcast to discuss Gen Z's workplace etiquette, how artificial intelligence is impacting the world of business, and touches upon inflation’s impact on consumer spending. Plus, commentary from host of OutKick's Tomi Lahren is Fearless, Tomi Lahren. Photo Credits: Associated Press Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Evening Edition: The White House Has A Russia Problem

Secretary of State Antony Blinken attending the Munich Security Conference over the weekend discussed Russia's new nuclear military moves in space with his Chinese and Indian counterparts. The Secretary spoke with the leaders about U.S. relations, Taiwan, the war in Ukraine and the shipping crisis in the Red Sea. This also comes just days after we got word that Russian opposition Alexei Navalny died in prison, something the West blames Putin and his brutal regime for. Meanwhile, Russian forces have captured a city in Eastern Ukraine in their first victory of this kind in many months. FOX's Gurnal Scott speaks with Lucas Tomlinson, FOX News correspondent based in Washington D.C., about the growing calls to act against Russia in response to the latest events. Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: Evening Edition' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The House Weighs Foreign Aid & Mayorkas Impeachment Shifts To The Senate

The Senate's foreign aid package arrives in the House this week, where it is expected to face opposition from Republicans, after Speaker Mike Johnson stated that he would not consider bringing the bill to the floor. This as Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas' impeachment process moves forward to the Senate. House Majority Whip Tom Emmer (R-MN-3) joins the Rundown to discuss the Senate foreign aid bill, what he expects to come out of the impeachment trial of Secretary Mayorkas, and shares what can be done to secure the southern border.  Monday is Presidents Day, a time for Americans to honor and celebrate the leaders who helped shape the nation. However, many people focus on what the president is doing while in the White House, but what happens when they leave office? On the Rundown, President of Global Affairs at Goldman Sachs and former advisor to two secretaries of state, Jared Cohen, shares details from his new book “Life After Power,” which explores seven presidents and their search for a purpose beyond the White House. Plus, commentary by author and vice president of communications for Focus on The Family, Paul Batura. (Image: Via AP) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Extra: The Targeting Of Gun Transactions

For years, Second Amendment advocates have long raised concerns about both the government and the public sector collecting and tracking gun purchase data. They say this is a privacy issue and a pathway to deny people their rights to own a weapon or target gun owners legally. The state of California recently passed a law that says banks and credit card companies must assign merchant category codes to firearm sellers by May of next year so they can flag suspicious activity and alert law enforcement. Members of Congress have also recently raised alarms over reports the Treasury Department is conducting surveillance on gun owners. On the FOX News Rundown this week, Jessica Rosenthal spoke with Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen, who has been outspoken about his opposition to such practices and why tracking gun purchases is a violation of the law. Jessica also spoke with former ATF Senior Executive Scott Sweetow about how effective a database on gun purchases could be when trying to stop gun trafficking and mass shooters. We made edits for time and thought you might like to hear our entire conversations with both guests. On today's FOX News Rundown Extra, you'll hear even more from Montana AG Austin Knudsen and former ATF agent Scott Sweetow about gun data collection and whether or not that information would a helpful tool for law enforcement. Photo Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

From Washington: Speaker Johnson's Job Continues To Get Harder

Former Congressman Tom Suozzi will return to the House after defeating Republican Mazi Pilip in a special election held in New York last week, flipping the seat to the Democrats. He will fill the vacancy left by the expulsion of Republican George Santos. Politico Reporter Olivia Beavers examines what parties can learn from last Tuesday's results and how Souzzi's win could impact the politics and policies coming out of Capitol Hill. No matter how hard you try to avoid them, you will be inundated with campaign and PAC ads every election cycle. Some get more attention than others. A $7 million ad for Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. created some buzz this week after it aired during last Sunday’s game. Meanwhile, Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley's campaign placed a $4 million ad buy in South Carolina as she hopes to keep her campaign alive. But does all that money poured into ads pay off?  FOX News Contributor and former Deputy Chief of Staff to President George W. Bush Karl Rove discusses the efficacy of political advertising and explains the types of voters they're aimed toward. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices