President Trump continues to deny claims of collusion and cooperation after Special Counsel Mueller's report dropped last week, even threatening to fight subpoenas issued by House Democrats. And just this week administration officials refused testimony and depositions over the President's tax returns.  FOX's Senior Capitol Hill Producer, Chad Pergram helps answer the question, what happens when you refuse a Congressional subpoena?

Former Vice President Joe Biden is officially in the 2020 Presidential race, kicking off his campaign with a YouTube video. Mary Anne Marsh, principal at Dewey Square Group in Boston and former advisor to John Kerry's presidential campaign, discusses the former VP's campaign strategy with FOX's Washington Correspondent, Rachel Sutherland.

Supreme Court Justices seemed divided after hearing arguments for and against the Trump administration's citizenship question on the 2020 census. Anchor of FOX News @ Night, Shannon Bream joins Jared to weigh both sides.

Social Security and Medicare face collapse in 16 years if Congress doesn't act, that was the headline that concerned retirement age workers across the country. But Dan Adcock, an advocate and policy expert with the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, says despite the annual trustee report, it's not so bad.

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