This week, Houthi rebels in Yemen and the southwest border dominated conversations within the White House. While Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin was released from the hospital, the U.S. struck Houthi sites in Yemen as the rebels continued to attack commercial ships in the Red Sea. Texas and the federal government continue to fight over the southern border after a migrant and her two children drowned in the Rio Grande River. The White House alleges Texas refused border patrol agents to access that part of the border, insinuating the incident could have been prevented. FOX Business Network’s White House Correspondent Edward Lawrence explains how the White House is responding to these events.

The 2024 Presidential Election kicked off last week in Iowa, and now the top three Republican presidential candidates are headed to New Hampshire to vie for voters’ support. Iowans placed the majority of their support behind former President Donald Trump, leaving Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley battling for second — but will the results be the same in New Hampshire? To give some insight into the energy on the ground, Chairman of the New Hampshire Republican Party Chris Ager shares the history behind the New Hampshire Primary, which candidates are resonating with most with voters, and how he believes the results that come out of his state could impact the campaign trail.