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Experienced journalist Brit Hume, who has been with Fox News Channel since the network's first year, hosts this daily, hourlong current-affairs program that offers analysis of notable stories in Washington, D.C., and across America. Special guests, including newsmakers and politicians, often join the discussion led by Hume to give viewers various perspectives on the news. The show -- unsurprisingly, given Hume's resume, which includes formerly serving as a White House correspondent -- has a focus on political stories and topics.

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