Jeffrey Epstein, a wealthy, politically connected financier, pleaded not guilty Monday to sex-trafficking charges of underage girls in New York and Florida. In 2008, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta, then a US attorney in Florida, helped broker a plea deal with Epstein, who was facing similar allegations. Former Federal Prosecutor Doug Burns discusses Epstein's latest legal troubles and whether or not he received a 'lenient' deal over a decade ago.
One year ago today, President Trump announced Justice Brett Kavanaugh as his nominee to the Supreme Court. Some called the confirmation hearing that followed one the most contentious in modern US history. Senior Editor at The Federalist Molly Hemingway and chief counsel and policy director for the Judicial Crisis Network Carrie Severino look back on the controversy and drama surrounding Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation.
Plus, commentary by FOX Business Network anchor and host of "We're Momming Today" podcast, Lauren Simonetti.