'Be the American that I served for': Special Forces operators on what you can do on Veterans Day

‘Be the American that I served for’: Special Forces operators on what you can do on Veterans Day Fox News co-host and former reserve military officer Pete Hegseth sat down with four Special Forces operators for an intense, wide-ranging conversation on their service, the meaning of Veterans Day and what Americans can do to recognize the sacrifice of the nation's warfighters. "Just […]

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Don't tell the kids: This bill would keep them at school even longer

Sen. Kamala Harris proposes bill to extend school days Sen. Kamala Harris, (D-CA), introduced a bill to extend school days to 6 p.m. Washington Examiner commentary writer Philip Wegmann with more. Presidential candidate and senator Kamala Harris, (D-CA), proposed a bill Wednesday that would extend the traditional school day until 6 p.m. Continue Reading Below Harris’ intention is to hopefully […]

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Pressley breaks with ‘The Squad’ for 2020 presidential endorsement

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic Rep. Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts is endorsing home-state Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign — breaking with other members of “The Squad,” who backed Bernie Sanders. Three other freshman women of color, Reps. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, have campaigned with Sanders, a Vermont senator. But Pressley chose Warren. She […]

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Could the economies in these swing states affect the 2020 election?

This Michigan manufacturer has trouble finding enough workers In the key swing state of Michigan, manufacturing could be a major issue influencing voters. Fori Automation VP Paul Meloche discusses the industry with FOX Business’ Connell McShane. With about one year to go until the 2020 election, President Trump has been traveling around the country hammering home ways his administration has […]

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The October jobs report may be a one-off. Here's why

Job numbers will bounce back in November: Economist First Trust Advisors chief economist Brian Wesbury discusses the Federal Reserve, job numbers and more. U.S. hiring likely stumbled in October, with economists forecasting one of the lowest payroll numbers since 2017, when hurricanes battered the country, forcing businesses to close. Continue Reading Below But investors shouldn’t fret, yet: Lackluster job creation is […]

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The California wildfires hitting the local economy

California wildfire flames sweep in, ruin 150-year-old winery FOX Business’ Susan Li reports from a California winery where the wildfire had a big impact. Between the blazing wildfires and mandatory electricity shutoffs, Californians across the state are facing hardships they never anticipated. Continue Reading Below Pacific Gas & Electric has been cutting service to prevent falling debris from striking powerlines over the past several […]

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Inside the daily routine of America's fastest Ironman

Professional triathlete Timothy O'Donnell made history on Oct. 12 when he had the fastest finish ever for an American at the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii. Despite coming in second, O'Donnell covered the 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike and 26.2-mile run in seven hours, 59 minutes and 40 seconds, his — and the U.S.'s — first sub-eight hour performance. (Germany's […]

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Jay Bilas calls the NCAA’s proposal to pay athletes a bluff: It’s ‘frankly embarrassing’

ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas doesn't buy the NCAA's latest move to change its rules so college athletes can profit off their name, image and likeness, mostly because college sports' governing body was taking a different stance two months ago. "What the NCAA has done in the last 40 days is nothing based on principle," Bilas told USA TODAY […]

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