Economists question validity of Manchin’s inflation fears on Build Back Better

Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia effectively put an end to negotiations over the current version of the Build Back Better Act on Sunday when he announced on Fox News he would vote no on the legislation, in part over concerns some provisions of the massive tax and spending bill might exacerbate inflation.

'Your World' on Build Back Better

“Your World with Neil Cavuto” welcomed guests Heather Wheeler, Philip Wegmann, Andy Levin, Tom Cole, Art Hogan, Chris Sununu, and Amesh Adalja.

'Gutfeld!' on omicron versus delta

‘Gutfeld!’ welcomed guest host Tom Shillue

Trump legal team asks Supreme Court to block release of some records to Jan. 6 committee

The legal team for former President Donald Trump has asked the Supreme Court to block the release of certain records to the House of Representatives’ Jan. 6 committee.

How well has Biden handled COVID-19?

Holiday shoppers in New York City weigh in on how President Biden has handled the COVID-19 pandemic after a year in office.

Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe known for helping Pilgrims will keep land after ‘Trump tried to take it away’

The U.S. Department of Interior reversed a Trump administration order rescinding the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe’s right to 321 acres of reservation land.

United Nations estimates 22 million Ethiopians will need food assistance in 2022

An estimated 22 million Ethiopians will require humanitarian assistance in 2022, according to a United Nations report.

'Ingraham Angle' on being home alone for Christmas

‘Ingraham Angle’ welcomed guests J.D. Vance, Tom Bevan, Stephen Smith, Harvey Risch, Don Bolduc, Joe Piscopo and Cynthia Millen

Chicago Prada, Hermes stores robbed back-to-back, security guard maced

The luxury retail stores Prada and Hermes in Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood were robbed within minutes of each other Wednesday evening, authorities said.

Karl Rove on 'America's Newsroom': We've come to a 'horrendous moment' with liberal spending push

Fox News contributor Karl Rove told “America’s Newsroom” on Thursday that progressives calling on President Biden to act alone on his Build Back Better agenda without a Senate majority demonstrates that they want only power.