Fox News host Tucker Carlson slammed Utah's Republican governor Spencer Cox on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" for supporting a college scholarship program created by the NBA's Utah Jazz, that discriminates prospective students based on race
Prosecutors overseeing a grand jury investigation into the death of Daniel Prude last year in Rochester, New York, undercut the case for criminal charges with testimony from a medical expert who said three police officers who held Prude to the ground until he stopped breathing didn't do anything wrong.
Queen Elizabeth II will be seated alone as she bereaves the death of her husband of 73 years, Prince Philip, at his funeral on Saturday. The Duke of Edinburgh will be laid to rest at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. He was 99 when he died on April 9.
The same week President Joe Biden announced he would pull all US forces from Afghanistan, Disney+ turned an Afghan war-veteran character on its hottest new show into an out-and-out villain — as the character himself revealed that his three Medals of Honor had been awarded not for bravery, selflessness and going above and beyond the call of duty but rather for something vaguely evil.
Former President Donald Trump took aim at the Biden administration on Friday evening for allowing for a pause in the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine, accusing them of allowing “insanely risk-averse bureaucrats run the show.”
U.S. President Joe Biden says he and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga are committed to working together to counter challenges from China and North Korea, following Biden's first White House summit since taking office.
MOGADISHU, SOMALIA - Somali government forces are set to take the lead in maintaining the country’s security by the end of this year, according to Somali and African Union officials who met in Mogadishu this week.
Federal prosecutors in Florida filed a civil lawsuit against Donald Trump's former campaign adviser Roger Stone on Friday, alleging Stone and his wife, Nydia, have failed to pay the federal government roughly $2 million in unpaid income taxes, penalties and interest.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., said that the Republican party is not the party of “nativist dog whistles," in an apparent rebuke of the leaked platform of a new caucus reportedly being formed by several Republicans.
Democratic New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez ripped President Biden on Friday to maintain a limit of 15,000 refugee admissions for fiscal 2021, warning in a letter that the move “threatens U.S. leadership on forced migration.”
Raul Castro said Friday he is resigning as head of Cuba's Communist Party, ending an era of leadership that began with his brother Fidel and the country's 1959 revolution. The 89-year-old Castro made the announcement in a speech at the opening of the eighth Congress of the ruling party, the only one allowed on the island.
Videos and photos have recently surfaced in Mystery Wire and Extraordinary Beliefs — websites that document sightings of unidentified flying objects — showing objects described as a "sphere," "acorn," "pyramid" and "metallic blimp."
Doctors say they are homing in on the cause of blood clots that may be linked with certain coronavirus vaccines, and said their findings have important implications for how to treat the condition, regardless of whether vaccines cause it.
A CNN review of newly filed campaign finance reports shows the share of donations from political committees fell between the fourth quarter of 2020 and the first quarter of this year for roughly 120 members of Congress who objected to certifying Trump's loss in January.
Army Sgt. 1st Class Jonathan Pentland has been charged with misdemeanor assault for shoving a Black man outside his home earlier this week after ordering him to leave the area repeatedly in a three-minute, viral video.
The Washington Post is standing by a "Four Pinocchios" fact-check rating it gave then-President Donald Trump last year, even after U.S. intelligence backed away from reports that Russia placed bounties on the heads of American soldiers in Afghanistan.
PARIS - A Rwandan priest was arrested in France this week on charges of providing, among other things, food to militiamen who massacred members of the Tutsi minority in his church during the 1994 genocide in the African country, authorities said Friday.
Vartan Gregorian, a philanthropist and scholar widely credited with saving a down-on-its heels New York Public Library system in the 1980s, died Thursday in Manhattan after being hospitalized for stomach pain.
Conservative Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is launching a new "America First" caucus, her office confirmed Friday, bringing together a group of far-right lawmakers known for their controversial rhetoric.
This week, the White House made inroads on foreign policy. President Biden announced US troops will leave Afghanistan by September 11 of this year. Meanwhile, Republican lawmakers were hesitant to embrace Biden's infrastructure plan and his renewed calls for bipartisanship.
President Joe Biden on Friday said Iran's decision to enrich uranium at 60% is not helpful and counter to the agreement the countries made under the Iran nuclear deal, but said he is pleased the country continues to engage in indirect talks with the United States.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, a Republican who's been a frequent target of former President Trump, will face a primary challenge in his reelection bid next year. Former Georgia State Representative Vernon Jones, a longtime Democratic elected official who endorsed Mr. Trump in 2020 and became a Republican earlier this year, announced Friday that he'll run against Kemp.
In the fifth, and final, episode of Fox Nation's special "An Unauthorized History of Taxes," anchor Bret Baier and his guest experts explore the contemporary state of taxation, and its cause-and-effect.
Activists in Chicago are calling for the resignation of Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Police Superintendent David Brown following the release of bodycam footage that shows an officer fatally shooting 13-year-old Adam Toledo, CBS Chicago reported.