Fox News contributor defends the San Francisco archbishop's decision to ban Speaker Pelosi from receiving Holy Communion due to her pro-abortion stance.
The sale of Judy Garland's once-lost "Wizard of Oz" gingham dress was halted Monday by a U.S. district judge after a Wisconsin woman filed a lawsuit claiming the dress belonged to her.
A New York Magazine report reveals chatter in Democratic circles over what could happen in 2024 if President Biden does not seek reelection
"Outnumbered" co-host Kayleigh McEnany explained that the Biden administration is using American citizens as pawns in an experiment to push green energy.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba warns nations not to purchase grains that Russia has stolen from Ukraine amid its three-month-long war.
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was in tears Tuesday as the curtain came down on his storied career after he lost in the first round at the French Open.
Innovations like cloud computing and artificial intelligence are hailed as engines of a coming productivity revival. But a broad payoff across the economy has been elusive.
Public health officials in Sacramento, California, are investigating a likely case of the monkeypox virus in a traveler from Europe, where the virus has been found.
U.S. births bumped up last year, but the number of babies born was still lower than before the coronavirus pandemic.
An Oklahoma state representative put forward a piece of "tongue-in-cheek" legislation in response to state Republican's state ban on abortion.
A group of more than 80 senators across both parties have committed to expediting the approval of Finland and Sweden's NATO membership applications in the Senate and called on President Joe Biden to do the same in the executive branch.
Trackhouse Racing will add a third car at several NASCAR Cup Series races this year that will be driven by guest drivers from other racing series.
The United Nations reports record-breaking numbers of over 100 million people displaced worldwide after fleeing conflict zones, persecution and human rights violations.
Ukrainian intelligence on Tuesday claimed Russia's Navy is relying on Chinese-made household appliances for vessel repair parts in the Black Sea.
Warner Bros. almost replaced Amber Heard in 'Aquaman 2' with another actress, executive says at Johnny Depp's live-streamed defamation trial against his ex-wife.
FBI leadership, including James Comey, was “fired up” about the alleged covert communications channel between the Trump Organization and Russia’s Alfa Bank ahead of the 2016 election.
A Utah hiker in Provo Canyon, Utah, slipped down an icy scree field and clung onto a rock until rescuers could hoist her to safety over the weekend, authorities said.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said negotiations between Ukraine and Russia should seek the "status quo ante."
Gun Owners of America (GOA) took aim at the Biden admin ATF and said their report establishes "proof" that the ATF is "openly" creating a backdoor federal gun registry through finalized new rule.
FIRST ON FOX: Haley is warning that the U.N. Human Rights Council must investigate the genocide in Xinjiang, just as the U.N.'s top human rights chief visits the region.
MSNBC columnist Zeeshan Aleem ripped President Joe Biden's gaffe that the U.S. military would intervene if China invaded Taiwan calling it "incompetence."
Helio Castroneves will be racing for his fifth Indy 500 win on Memorial Day weekend, which would make him the all-time leader in career victories.
NASA's Earth Observatory has released satellite images of the undersea Kavachi volcano erupting in the Solomon Islands. The crater is the home of multiple fish species.
Gunmen killed at least 11 people in an attack on a hotel and two bars in the city of Celaya in central Mexico, security officials said Tuesday.
Michigan congressional candidate John James joined "Fox & Friends" to discuss President Biden's failing foreign policy and the need to fix America first.
Russia and China staged a joint military exercise Tuesday as President Biden is in Tokyo meeting with the leaders of Japan, India and Australia
Griselda and Glenn Vile spoke to Fox News about their brother, Daniel Enriquez, who was shot and killed while riding the New York City subway Sunday morning.
Walmart is apologizing for a new flavor of ice cream called "Juneteenth," which sparked a backlash and criticism that the company was attempting to cash in on the holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the U.S.
Home contractor Skip Bedell joined "Fox and Friends" to reveal an easy home improvement system that will help make outdoor spaces comfortable across all four seasons.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi responded Tuesday to the announcement by the Catholic archbishop of San Francisco that she can no longer receive communion because of her stance on abortion access. She noted that the Catholic church has not denied communion to lawmakers who back the death penalty — which also violates the church's Catechism.
Arizona's Great Hearts Maryvale Preparatory Academy headmaster Mac Esau said the 100% graduation rate is a testament to the undying dedication of teachers.
United Airlines has terminated an employee who was caught on video in a physical altercation with former Denver Broncos cornerback Brendan Langley at Newark airport last week.
Sen. Joni Ernst's legislation would allow any unused border wall materials to be handed over to states like Texas and Arizona.