Only ten Democratic candidates met the criteria set by the DNC to be on the debate stage tonight. One of the candidates who won’t be there is author and motivational speaker Marianne Williamson. She explains why she’s disappointed, but not deterred. Williamson also defends her controversial remarks about Hurricane Dorian.
Forty-eight U.S. Attorneys general as well as those from Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico are launching an investigation into whether Google is violating antitrust laws. One of the key issues the probe is looking into is whether the tech giant abuses its market dominance in online search, advertising and mobile operating systems to unfairly stifle innovation and competition. FOX Business Network’s Charlie Gasparino weighs in on the investigation and if anything will come from the probe.
Plus, commentary by Director of FOX News Decision Desk Arnon Mishkin.