Patrick and Sarah discuss Tom Brady's breaking news about retirement for the second time, and their thoughts on the Super Bowl matchup.
Journalists Jesse Byrnes and Akayla Gardner join the show to talk about the latest political news, including President Biden's reaction to bodycam footage being released in connection with the death of Tyre Nichols.
Montgomery County Public Schools held a forum this weekend to talk with parents about the dangers of Fentanyl. Laura Mitchell from Montgomery Goes Purple joins the show to talk about the event and the efforts to curb youth overdoses.
As the war in Ukraine continues, the United States has decided to send 31 military tanks to the country to help Ukrainian forces. The Biden Administration made the decision this week after previously saying it would not send tanks. Retired Army Major Mike Lyons joins the show to talk about the decision, and the latest developments in the war.
Groups have been rallying for justice across the country after police released bodycam footage in the death of Tyre Nichols, who died days after being beaten by five police officers during a traffic stop in Memphis on January 7. Phillip Thompson, the Legal Redress Chair for the Loudoun County NAACP, joins the show to talk about how local officials are responding to the video.
Patrick and Sarah discuss the latest round of problems for President Biden as even more classified documents are found in his Delaware home. Looking at the NFL playoffs, how good a QB is Dax Prescott? Plus, they share their thoughts on Alec Baldwin being charged with involuntary manslaughter, TV to watch, and more lies being revealed about George Santos.
Virginia Representative Abigail Spanberger joins the show to talk about some of the big stories coming out of Washington this week, including the latest on the discovery of classified documents at President Biden's home and office, and what's being done to help fix the debt ceiling crisis.
The U.S. government bumped up against its debt limit Thursday forcing the Treasury Department to take accounting steps to avoid a default. Neil Bradley, Executive Vice President of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, joins the show to tell us about the debt limit crisis, and what he thinks should be done to fix it.
Journalist William Ford joins the show to help us recap the historic inauguration of Maryland Governor Wes Moore, and explains what some of the Governor's goals and challenges will be during his time in the state house.
Patrick and Sarah discuss President Biden's classified document probe. What does this mean for Trump's investigation? Will this impact President Biden's approval ratings?
Political experts Lauren Wright and Chuck Rocha join On The Hill to talk about the latest political news, including the fallout from the discovery of classified documents in President Biden's home and office.
Speculation continues among economists about whether the U.S. is headed for a recession. Nick Timiraos from the Wall Street Journal joins On The Hill to talk about what the future holds for the U.S. economy.
Former FBI special agent Chuck McCullough joins On The Hill to talk about the latest on the investigation into the classified documents found recently in President Biden's home and office.
Patrick and Sarah discuss Kevin McCarthy's long path to becoming House Speaker. Plus, the latest with The Commanders, will they fire Ron Rivera?
Newly elected Maryland congressional representative Glenn Ivey joins On The Hill to talk about the chaotic House speaker vote that took place this week, and what some of his goals are as he begins representing the people of Maryland's fourth congressional district.
Ana Montes was freed from prison after serving more than 20 years for being a Cuban spy in the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency. This week the book "Code Name Blue Wren" was released detailing Montes' story. The author of the book Jim Popkin joins On The Hill to tell us more about Montes and the book.
After days of voting, Republican Kevin McCarthy finally was selected as the U.S. House speaker early Saturday morning after a chaotic week that included holdouts from his own ranks and tensions boiling over on the floor. Political correspondents Siobhan Hughes and Mitchell Miller join FOX 5's On The Hill program to talk about the wild week in Congress.
On the 2nd anniversary of the Capitol Riots, we're looking back at our "Siege on Democracy" podcast which explored the January 6th insurrection with exclusive interviews and information.
New Year, new episode! Patrick and Sarah return to talk about Damar Hamlin's cardiac arrest during Monday Night Football. Did the NFL handle the emergency correctly?
Service dog trainer Andrea McCarren discusses her work training service dogs for veterans.