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Emmy-nominated journalist Trish Regan anchors this weekday afternoon news program that gives viewers intel on the most important stories of the day, with a heavy focus on issues that affect Americans' money, safety and future. From politics to international struggles to sports and media, stories are presented with plenty of analysis and diverse opinions. Regan herself thinks the U.S. is at a crossroads and says a main talking point of the show is keeping the country's leaders accountable for policymaking. Prior to joining Fox Business in 2015, Regan anchored the daily market program "Street Smart" at Bloomberg.

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