If you're planning a trip to Uruguay, here's what you'll need to know and expect if you want to visit during the global coronavirus pandemic.
A teen was arrested for bringing loaded gun to school near this week's deadly shooting at Oxford Hight School in Michigan, as nearby schools announced closures.
Corporate layoffs are falling to their lowest level in nearly 30 years as the U.S. job market bounces back from the coronavirus pandemic. The number of announced job cuts in November fell to 14,875, according to outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas. That's the lowest figure since May 1993.
Liberal MSNBC analyst John Heilemann appeared to accuse Republicans, without evidence, of wanting Americans to ignore the advice of Dr. Anthony Fauci so that the coronavirus pandemic would continue.
Philadelphia police have charged two men with the murder of 14-year-old Samir Jefferson, who was shot 18 times while waiting for a school bus on Monday afternoon.
Germany on Thursday announced a nationwide lockdown for the unvaccinated, as its leaders backed plans for mandatory vaccinations in the coming months.
The Biden administration plans to relaunch the Trump-era border program known as "Remain in Mexico" on Monday due to a court order, meaning the US will again send migrants to Mexico to await their immigration court hearings, administration officials announced Thursday.
Saudi Arabia, Russia and other leading oil producers have decided to stick with plans to increase supply in January despite a recent plunge in prices driven by fears of a new glut.
Washington — House lawmakers on Thursday brokered a deal on a stopgap measure that will fund federal agencies into mid-February, the top House Democratic appropriator announced, bringing Congress closer to staving off a partial government shutdown.
Florida police say a 39-year-old homeless man is behind the Nov. 15 slaying of Ryan Rogers, 14, who went out for a bike ride and never came home.
Oxford High School Senior Austin Witt played football with 16-year-old Tate Myre—one of the four teenagers killed on Tuesday when a student opened fire. 14-year-old Hana St. Juliana, 17-year old Madisyn Baldwin, and 17-year-old Justin Shilling were also killed.
The longtime president of Americans for Prosperity (AFP) was forced to resign from the powerful fiscally conservative and libertarian political advocacy group
The effort to provide a Covid-19 vaccine booster to every American adult is underway. While millions of Americans have received their booster, 84% of adults have not.
Former Afghan women's soccer team captain Khalida Popal joined 'FOx & Friends First' to describe the 'nightmare' trying to flee Taliban rule after the team's successful escape to the United Kingdom.
The American Accountability Foundation (AAF) filed the complaint against Swalwell on Thursday, citing multiple reports of the California Democrat spending campaign cash on personal purchases.
Much like Caitlyn Jenner's coming-out education in "I Am Cait," "The Bachelor" alum Colton Underwood approaches the process of telling the world who he is almost like an anthropologist in the six-part Netflix docuseries "Coming Out Colton." It's a carefully constructed showcase for someone who, like Jenner and her extended family, appears accustomed to life under the camera's watchful eye.
New York City Police say they are searching for a suspect who allegedly “made anti-Asian slurs” while attacking a person on a subway platform over the weekend.
Jonshel Alexander, a onetime child actor who played a supporting role in the 2012 Oscar-nominated film "Beasts of the Southern Wild," was killed in a weekend shooting in her native Louisiana. She was 22.
Prices are rising across the U.S., driving up the cost of food, housing, heat, cars and many other essential items. But inflation isn't hitting everyone equally. Data shows that Americans with less education and those living in rural areas are feeling the pinch most acutely.
Congressional leaders unveiled a plan Thursday that would keep the federal government funded into mid-February, but it's unclear if the deal would be enough to avoid a rapidly approaching government shutdown on midnight Friday.
Sometime after Hernan Cortes conquered the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan in modern-day Mexico City in 1521, an indigenous household that survived the bloody Spanish invasion arranged an altar including incense and a pot with human ashes.
FIRST ON FOX: Republican lawmakers in the Senate on Thursday will introduce legislation to bar the Biden administration from making payments to illegal immigrants who were separated during the Trump administration.
Waukesha Christmas parade suspect Darrell Brooks Jr. divulged details of his life, criticized the mother of one of his children and implied that he was unable to pay child support because he kept “getting incarcerated” in a letter sent to a Wisconsin judge in 2011 pertaining to one of the paternity cases, Fox News has learned.
Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley said it's time to 'overrule' Roe v. Wade as the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization.
The remains of a man found on Fire Island just west of Anchorage in 1989 have been identified through DNA and genome sequencing, Alaska State Troopers said Wednesday. Troopers said the homicide victim was Michael Allison Beavers, who owned an excavation business in Chugiak. He was reported missing in 1980.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov met Thursday in Stockholm, Sweden, amid growing concern among Western powers that Russia is seeking to destabilize Ukraine.
Americans with private health insurance will be reimbursed for at-home tests, President Biden is announcing Thursday, and international travelers will now be required to undergo stricter COVID-19 testing, according to a phone briefing by a senior administration official Wednesday.
If Mohamed Salah and Karim Benzema felt wronged by their Ballon d'Or rankings, then the pair begun their revenge arcs in the most emphatic way possible on Wednesday.
Austria's Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said in a televised speech he was stepping down from his office Saturday evening following corruption allegations.
A 15-year-old accused of killing four of his classmates and wounding seven other people had described wanting to attack the school in cellphone videos and a journal, the authorities said.
In the early days of November, laboratory technicians at Lancet Laboratories in Pretoria, South Africa, found unusual features in samples they were testing for the coronavirus.
A new set of tours offers the public a rare opportunity to visit London's Down Street station, an abandoned tube station in Mayfair which played an important role in World War II
A man who had long been considered a person of interest in the killing of a 21-year-old South Florida woman has been arrested after 38 years, officials said. Ralph Williams, 59, was arrested Monday in Jacksonville and charged with the death of Carla Lowe, whose beaten body was found Nov. 13, 1983, on a roadside, Delray Beach police said Tuesday.
The timeline of events leading up to a deadly high school shooting Tuesday in Michigan reveals there were concerns about the teen suspect's behavior before the tragedy that left four dead and seven injured.
By pushing America toward big-government socialism, this "Build Back Better" legislation poses a grave threat to the American Dream.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) held a second call with Peng Shuai on Wednesday and said that the Chinese tennis star "reconfirmed" that she was safe and well given the "difficult situation" she is in, the sporting organization said on Thursday.
It's been 224 consecutive days since it snowed a measurable amount in Denver, and since snowfall records began in 1882, Denver has never entered December without measurable snow.
Top neuropsychologists have called for the elimination of race-norming in clinical testing, after an ABC News investigation into the NFL's concussion settlement program.