President Trump was indicted Tuesday by Special Counsel Jack Smith on charges related to January 6th and his attempt to overthrow the 2020 presidential election. On Thursday, the former President pleaded not guilty to the four felony counts in a Washington, D.C. federal court. FOX News Justice Department Producer Jake Gibson watched the historic arraignment inside the courtroom. He discusses how the events of the day unfolded. Later, he explains the possible penalties the former President could face and the next steps in the prosecution.

The critical minerals market has seen unprecedented growth, despite the world race to transition to clean energy. Former Energy Secretary and former Governor of Texas Rick Perry emphasizes the need for these minerals, such as lithium and cobalt, which are essential components for electric vehicle batteries, wind turbines, and solar panels. He later explains that if the U.S. were to completely remove fossil fuels from by 2030, it would not only be devastating to the American economy, but also countries around the world.