New York City resident Kristy Marmorato slammed Mayor Eric Adams over the city's migrant tent city construction, saying she feels like a 'prisoner' in her home
Interstate 4 runs through both the west and east coast of Florida and on a normal day is heavily congested. But as millions of Floridians brace for Hurricane Ian, I-4 was packed with vehicles of people fleeing the storm.
All-American swimmer Riley ,Gaines is supporting Senator Rand Paul’s re-election bid, stating he is “not afraid to fight for fairness” in a new campaign ad. Gaines says she thinks the Biden administration is “absolutely not pro-women” and have “regressive” policies.
Financial markets are in turmoil this week after the United Kingdom unveiled a series of historic tax cuts. The pound's value plunged, the International Monetary Fund urged the U.K. to reverse course and economist Larry Summers derided the move as "utterly irresponsible."
The U.S. Embassy in Moscow has warned all Americans in Russia to flee immediately in the wake of President Vladimir Putin's 'partial mobilization' decree.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday announced he'll "proudly" support bipartisan legislation in the Senate to reform the Electoral Count Act, a move intended to prevent a recurrence of the events of Jan. 6, 2021.
Meghan Markle's podcast, "Archetypes" has a return date. After taking four weeks off to mourn the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the hit Spotify podcast will resume on October 4.
William Byron's run-in with Denny Hamlin at Texas on Sunday cost him critical points in the NASCAR playoffs. His team is appealing the discipline.
An abducted 15-year-old girl and her father - a fugitive wanted in the death of the teen's mother - were killed amid a shootout with law enforcement Tuesday on a highway in California's high desert, authorities said.
White House physical fitness conference wants to level the playing field for girls, encourage them to get more exercise, and improve their overall health.
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine urges parents to consult a doctor or health care professional first before giving their children melatonin as a sleep aid — here's why.
Dwayne Johnson made one lucky fan's night as he took photos with her after she waited nearly 3 hours to take a photo with her. He did more than just a picture.
A 50-state report card on Big Labor shows how labor unions have lost a lot of members after the Janus decision which absolved union members from being forced to pay dues.
Two air force fighter jets escorted a Singapore Airlines passenger plane traveling from San Francisco after a bomb threat allegedly made by a passenger on board -- which turned out to be false.
An increasing number of fake prescription pills that contain potentially deadly fentanyl are helping drive overdose death rates to record levels in the U.S., including some now manufactured in rainbow colors designed to look like candy, federal officials said Tuesday.
The Tarpon Springs hurricane of 1921 was the last hurricane to directly hit Tampa, Florida. The Gulf Coast region is expecting severe damage and storm surges from Hurricane Ian.
On "Intelligence Matters" this week, host Michael Morell is joined by Deputy Director of the CIA David Cohen to talk about the 75th anniversary of the agency and his career path to its top ranks. Cohen details the invisible work of CIA agents and responds to critiques of the agency. Cohen also weighs in on key players on the world stage: Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping. He notes that the CIA has not seen indications that Russians are planning to use nuclear weapons.
Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina heads back to Iowa in a week and a half to help headline a fundraising event for the state Republican Party, sparking more 2024 speculation
Ainsley Earhardt, cohost of "Fox & Friends," has just published a new children's book called "I'm So Glad You Were Born." Fox News Digital spoke with her about the book and why she wrote it.
Hurricane Ian grew into an "extremely dangerous" Category 4 storm packing sustained winds of 140 mph early Wednesday, just hours before was expected to make landfall on Florida's southwest coast. About 2.5 million people were under mandatory evacuation orders as the hurricane started lashing the Florida peninsula with heavy rain and tropical-storm-force winds in the early hours.
The ruptures in two undersea gas pipelines from Russia have unsettled European officials and exposed the vulnerability of the continent’s energy infrastructure.
Freespoke, an alternative to Google, was launched earlier this year by former RNC Finance Chair Todd Ricketts, who feels Americans have a duty to protect free speech.
"Fresh Off the Boat" actress Constance Wu claims she was raped early in her career, but didn't realize what happened until later because she alleged the sexual assault "wasn't violent."
The parent of Facebook and Instagram said that it had taken down what was the first targeted Chinese campaign to interfere in U.S. politics and that the effort was limited.
America's military and our country won't survive if Biden administration's wokeism continues to rule. Air Force cadets are even told not to say ‘Mom and Dad.’
Bill Browder, a financier who was expelled from Russia in 2005, says the rest of the world needs to join in sanctions to cut off Vladimir Putin's war machine.
According to the media, many of the ultra-conservative candidates who won their nominations with Donald Trump’s backing are in deep trouble but they could still win.
Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama is providing a safe place for Florida Gulf Coast residents seeking refuge from Hurricane Ian by temporarily opening up its campgrounds for free.
Democrats facing tough elections for seats in the House have seemingly abandoned their support for criminal justice provision they once championed.
Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady have to establish a "new set of expectations" to move forward in their marriage and with raising their children together.
Teachers in the San Francisco Bay Area, home to the two most expensive metro areas in the U.S, said they are priced out of the communities they teach in.
Attorney Caleb Kruckenberg discussed his client's grievances in the lawsuit against President Biden’s student loan handouts Tuesday on "The Ingraham Angle."
Gregg Berhalter's side followed up their loss to Japan with another disappointing performance
On September 29th, NASA's Juno spacecraft will come within 222 miles of the surface of Jupiter's moon Europa to collect data.
Former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer discusses whether the polls have it wrong ahead of the November midterm elections on "The Ingraham Angle."
Kat Timpf argues that aside from authorizing drug legalization, the government should bow out of the fight against fentanyl on 'Gutfeld!'
A FEMA administrator warned a number of Floridians with no hurricane experience to take the storm very seriously and to ask neighbors for help.
Authorities were searching Tuesday for a 42-year-old convicted bombmaker who escaped from a Nevada prison where he was serving a life sentence for a deadly 2007 explosion outside a Las Vegas Strip resort.
Former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus says people's bank accounts and 401k plans are "not adding up" in these economic conditions on "Hannity."
The Siege of Yorktown, Virginia, began on this day in history, Sept. 28, 1781. Surrounded by Washington's army and French allies by both land and sea, the British realized their cause was hopeless.
Arizona U.S. Senate candidate Blake Masters lambasted his opponent and incumbent Sen. Mark Kelly's handling of the southern border crisis on "Hannity."
Former presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard joins "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to outline America's role in settling global conflicts, such as the Russia-Ukraine war.