House Republicans made major moves last week, as Speaker Kevin McCarthy directed the House to initiate an impeachment inquiry into President Biden in light of his potentially corrupt business dealings. Additionally, the House Committee on Homeland Security continues investigating the injustices at the southern border. This week, they will host a hearing focused on the financial cost of the border crisis, examining how many American taxpayers now face overwhelming financial burdens due to millions of migrants illegally crossing the border. On the Rundown, Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee Mark Green (R-TN) shares his thoughts on House Republicans’ impeachment inquiry into President Biden & what he believes it could reveal. He also discusses how Americans facing higher medical bills, insurance rates, and even gas prices may all correlate to the mass number of migrants now residing in the U.S. and his efforts to keep “obscene” materials out of schools across America.

Approximately fifty million children across the country were abruptly tossed into remote learning during the pandemic. Three years later, students and teachers now grapple with the effects of learning loss in the classroom. Test scores are the lowest they’ve been in years, with kids unable to meet standard grade-level requirements. On the Rundown, FOX Business’ Lydia Hu, who is focusing on learning loss as part of FBN’s weeklong series on “Education in America,” shares why parents are frustrated with the “equitable grading” system and breaks down how learning loss may snowball into even bigger problems for future generations.

Plus, commentary by General Counsel for NetChoice, Carl Szabo.