Sources familiar with 83-year-old Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer have shared he plans to retire at the end of the current term after more than 27 years on the Court. Now, all eyes shift to President Biden as Americans anticipate who he will choose to fill the liberal justice’s seat. During his presidential campaign, then-candidate Biden stated he intends to appoint the first female African-American Supreme Court Justice and Americans are curious to see if he will follow through on his promise. Fox News Chief Legal Correspondent Shannon Bream joins to discuss what landmark cases still remain for Justice Breyer before he steps down, who the frontrunners are to replace Breyer and how the nominating process for a new justice will play out.
As athletes across the globe prepare for the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, several countries have announced diplomatic boycotts of the games, meaning that their top officials won’t be in attendance. The controversy over this year’s Olympics stems from human rights concerns alleging China’s abuse towards Uyghur Muslims. In response, the Chinese government has denied the accusations and warned that political comments could be subject to punishment. Two-time Olympic cross-country skier, Noah Hoffman, joins The Fox News Rundown to discuss the safety and censorship of athletes in this year’s games, the role of sponsors, and the many pressures Olympic athletes face during their careers.
Plus, commentary by radio show host, Jason Rantz.