Appearing on the cover of Sports Illustrated, LeBron James can be seen wearing a safety pin, a symbol for those who feel they will be disenfranchised by Donald Trump's presidency.
David Asman joined FOX Business Network (FBN) as an anchor in September 2007, and co-hosts "After the Bell" (weekdays 5-6PM/ET).
Asman has been with FNC since 1997 when he joined the network as a weekday anchor for "Fox News Live." In 2005, he was named head of FNC's documentary unit where he hosted a series of investigative specials, including "Global Warming: The Debate Continues" and "U.N. Blood Money," a three-part series which examined the oil-for-food controversy.
Prior to joining FNC, Asman served as The Wall Street Journal's editorial features editor. He joined the newspaper in 1983 as an editorial writer, where he edited the Manager's Journal and the Americas columns in addition to writing editorials and over 100 articles from Latin America and elsewhere. In 1994, Asman was named senior editor for the paper's editorial page where his role was combined with administrative responsibilities.
Asman was the recipient of the 1986 Inter American Press Association's (IAPA) Tom Wallace Award for coverage of Latin America in the Americas column and he received the IAPA's 1992 & 1995 Daily Gleaner Award for his articles on free trade and Cuba and Mexico's economies. He was also editor of the book "The Wall Street Journal on Management: Adding Value Through Synergy."
Asman began his journalism career in 1978 as an assistant editor of Prospect Magazine and rose to executive editor within a year. In 1980, he was hired by George Gilder to start an economic journal for the Manhattan Institute. Asman has been a radio commentator for "Perspective on the Economy," and was a consultant to the Ford Foundation on African organizations in the United States. He also served as host of Issues USA, a nightly televised public affairs show.
Stories from David Asman
The mainstream media pounced on a comment made by Donald Trump about veterans struggling with PTSD.
Donald Trump's supporters took to Twitter today to call for a boycott of Starbucks after CEO Howard Schultz endorsed Hillary Clinton.
An elderly man was shot and robbed while watering his lawn in a Chicago neighborhood and the heinous crime was caught on surveillance video.
Donald Trump is now calling for an “expedited investigation” by a special prosecutor into “pay-to-play” accusations involving the Clinton Foundation.
Sen. Bernie Sanders spoke outside the White House moments ago following a meeting with President Obama on party unity.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said on "The Cost of Freedom" today that violent anti-Donald Trump protests could actually backfire.
It'll be an extra special Christmas for one member of the Fox News family.
Donald Trump reacted today to the nuclear agreement with Iran, calling it an absolutely horrible deal for both the U.S. and Israel.
One way that President Obama sold the Affordable Care Act to corporations was by promising provisions that would encourage employee health. As a result, businesses implemented wellness programs that reward employees who participate. The initiative is aimed at helping corporations reduce their health care costs. But in an unusual twist, lawsuits have now been filed by the Obama administration's Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, challenging the wellness programs.
If Mitt Romney decides to make a third run at the White House, as many are calling for, he has the advantage of his positions on foreign policy from the 2012 election looking superior in hindsight to those of President Obama.
In a speech on Monday, President Obama said, “By almost every measure, the American economy and American workers are better off than when I took office.” With the job market stalling and the median family income down by nearly $3,000 since he took office, however, some dispute the president's claim.