On Thursday, the Supreme Court struck down a New York state gun law that sought to restrict a citizens’ right to “concealed carry” in public, with the 6-3 opinion reaffirming the constitutional right to bear arms. This decision will impact all states that require state-issued concealed carry permits, President Biden weighed in saying he was “deeply disappointed” and that this “should deeply trouble us all.” What exactly does this ruling mean for guns in America? FOX News Legal Contributor and Law Professor at George Washington University Jonathan Turley joins to explain why this SCOTUS ruling is “a momentous decision” and how it clarifies the standard for future challenges to the 2nd Amendment.

Today marks four months since Russia first invaded Ukraine. President Zelenskyy will ask for more aid from President Biden and other world leaders at a G7 Summit this weekend, coming at a time when over 12 million Ukrainians have been displaced from their homes. Despite the devastation from the past four months, the will of the Ukrainians cannot be defeated. FOX News Correspondent Steve Harrigan joins the Rundown from Odesa, Ukraine to discuss the current state of the war, the fate of Americans being held in Russian custody, and what membership into the European Union could mean for Ukraine.

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