This Week:

On Friday, Senate Democrats found themselves six votes shy of the 60-vote majority necessary to create a commission on the January 6th riot at the United States Capitol. Following that vote, Senate Majority Leader Chuk Schumer expressed his doubts at the possibility of bipartisan agreement in the Senate, prompting more calls to end the filibuster. Fox News Congressional Correspondent, Chad Pergram, weighs in on what that would mean for Capitol Hill, and if it’s possible to ‘tailor’ the filibuster rather than completely removing it.

President Biden ordered intelligence agencies to “redouble” efforts to investigate the origins of COVID-19 this week, with the intelligence community expected to report their findings within 90 days. Rachel Sutherland speaks to the President & Founder of GZERO Media Eurasia Group, Ian Bremmer, about the investigation and the complexities of the United States’ present relationship with China.

On Sunday, Ryanair Flight 4978 was subject to a ‘state-sponsored hijacking’ as it crossed through Belarusian air space. Upon landing, journalist Roman Protasevich was removed from the plane and taken into custody. Fox News Foreign Correspondent, Benjamin Hall, discusses the global response to this event, what legal ramifications a ‘hijacking’ has, and the sanctions Belarus now faces from NATO countries and the rest of the EU.

Within the next month, a Pentagon task force is expected to present its findings on Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) or Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs). UAPs have been reported by a number of pilots in recent years, and are often characterized as dots on radar or flashes of light that defy normal flight patterns and can not be explained. Fox News Pentagon Correspondent Jennifer Griffin joins FOX News Rundown host Chris Foster to discuss these allegations of unexplained phenomena and the intelligence community’s next steps.