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.
Veteran business journalist Maria Bartiromo brings her knowledge of the financial industry to this early show that features a roundtable of rotating industry experts alongside the host. Bartiromo and her guests discuss news stories -- domestic and international -- and other topics that are expected to impact the economy and markets that day. The show's intent is to give viewers a jump-start on making moves to get the most out of their investments.
Alternative investments -- assets other than stocks, bonds or cash -- are the subject of this daily show that airs around midday. Professionals discuss strategies regarding alternative assets by capitalizing on the latest movements in real estate, hedge funds and venture capital. Beyond the newsworthy alternative investments comes an in-depth look at other nontraditional ways of making money through investments.
Bringing the insight and power of "Meet the Press" to MSNBC every weeknight, Chuck Todd looks at the key stories of the day with political newsmakers as they break down and analyze the issues facing U.S. and world leaders. The program features hard-hitting interviews -- a hallmark of Todd's Sunday program -- in addition to signature segments such as "I'm Obsessed With," which highlights topics about which Todd is especially passionate. With an acute understanding of the inner-workings of Washington, Todd explains how complex policy issues affect all Americans.
Neil Cavuto has been the face of business news for Fox News Channel and Fox Business since the former first launched in 1996, hosting a number of shows on both networks since then. With this midday series, the longtime business journalist covers breaking news and updates viewers on what's going on with the markets. He is joined by some of the top industry analysts and business leaders who offer their insights into the happenings on Wall Street.
Anchor Wilfred Frost informs viewers about business stories that have global significance. The conversations include analysis of business and investor trends in international markets. Covering local stories with international significance, reports come in from sites such as New York, Mumbai, Frankfurt, Tokyo, Shanghai and Dubai, and special guests appear.
In the past, MSNBC has filled its daytime schedule with opinion-based discussion shows. The news network has transitioned into providing breaking news coverage during the day. This news block is anchored by Tamron Hall, a veteran of the network. As with the other "MSNBC Live" programming blocks throughout the day, the Hall-anchored program explores the day's developments in news and politics so the network's viewers continue to be informed with the latest happenings.
Veteran journalist Don Lemon anchors a two-hour prime-time show bringing facts, insight and analysis to the day's biggest news stories. There's candid conversations without talking points or spin, and late-breaking news that becomes tomorrow morning's headlines.