Executives from TikTok, YouTube and Snap were grilled by Senators on Capitol Hill about how their platforms in the past have contributed to the harm of children who use their apps because of dangerous viral challenges, bullying, eating disorders and the privacy concerns it raises. The hearing comes after recent Facebook and Instagram backlash, when it was found out that the social media platform was aware of the dangerous and toxic effects it had on young users, but knowingly ignored them. Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), the ranking Republican on the committee joins the Fox News Rundown to discuss the takeaways from yesterday’s hearing, and if Congress is working on any current legislation to address the issues.

Severe weather events impacted both East and West coasts in the U.S., with record rainfall in California, and New York and New Jersey governors declaring states of emergency. Fox Weather meteorologist Jason Frazer joins to explain how the Fox Weather app was launched the amid a chaotic week of severe weather across the country. Jason explains how Fox Weather became number one in the app store its first few days after launching and the cutting-edge technology used to provide future weather tracking, 3D radar and informative livestreams. Later, he describes how he and his fellow Fox meteorologists covered severe weather events such as nor’easters, atmospheric rivers and bombogenesis across the country during the first week of Fox Weather.

Plus, commentary by Guy Benson, host of The Guy Benson Show.