With violent crime on the rise in big cities around the country, Oregon’s progressive governor is pioneering the power of executive clemency, prompting an outcry from prosecutors in her state charged with putting dangerous criminals behind bars.
Mark Levin slammed comedian and former Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., for equating the United States in the wake of several Democratic Party legislative failures to Nazi Germany.
Los Angeles recorded fewer killings and shooting victims in the first three weeks of 2022 following a year in which the city experienced a 15-year high in homicides.
Fox News contributor Daniel Hoffman explained during an interview with Fox News Digital on Tuesday that Russian President Vladimir Putin has a "menu of options" regarding how he will handle the tension with Ukraine.
Democrats are increasingly focused on protecting Ukraine's borders, but is at the same time uninterested in the millions of illegal immigrants illicitly crossing the Mexican border, Buck Sexton said Tuesday.
A New York appellate judge ruled that the state can continue enforcing its mask mandate while it appeals a ruling Monday that struck down the rule.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., was criticized for appearing to back President Biden’s claim that November’s midterm elections could be illegitimate if Congress doesn’t pass the Democrat-led federal election overhaul that stalled in the Senate earlier this month.
A CNN political analyst decried states' rights arguments against voting rights bills and linked GOP opposition to historical segregationists.
President Biden's administration enrolled fewer than 300 migrants in the restored Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) in December, according to Department of Homeland Security data.
In a terse State Department briefing Tuesday, spokesman Ned Price said that there has been no indication that diplomatic talks with Russia have alleviated tensions on the Ukrainian border.
One or more suspects who shot a 16-year-old Los Angeles girl in the neck and dumped her body on the side of a highway remain unidentified and on the loose as investigators seek tips to break the case.
Fresh questions are being raised about what American scientists and federal health officials knew about the origins of the coronavirus and whether or not conflicting evidence was suppressed and hidden from the public.
Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., blasted the Biden administration for buying millions of coronavirus test kits that were made in China, saying taxpayer dollars should not be supporting "General Secretary Xi and his genocidal regime."
Republican lawmakers in South Carolina introduced legislation to make it illegal for employers to ask about coronavirus vaccination status, saying it's private medical information.
Rep. Henry Cuellar posted a video on Twitter Tuesday saying there was “no wrongdoing” on his part related to an FBI investigation that sent federal agents to his home and subpoenaed his records.
A United States appeals court on Tuesday upheld the federal conviction of reputed Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, lauding the judge who oversaw the trial for his handling of a case that drew international attention.
A group of Republican senators are sounding the alarm on the “adequacy” of U.S. visa screening protocols after Malik Faisal Akram, the British national who held four Jewish worshippers hostage at a Texas synagogue earlier this month, was admitted into the United States, despite his reported criminal record and past security monitoring by British domestic intelligence.
President Biden compared a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine to World War II, saying the country would face 'enormous consequences' if it attacked its neighbor
Several students at a Maryland high school in the Washington, D.C., area neglected to call 911 about a bathroom shooting and instead tweeted about the incident and went back to class, leaving the teenage victim bleeding out until he was discovered by a security guard, according to law enforcement.
Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley said Tuesday Russian President Vladimir Putin is taking advantage of President Biden's 'weak' leadership by threatening Ukraine.
Longtime Rep. Jim Cooper of Tennessee will retire at the end of his current term, becoming the latest in a large list of House Democrats not seeking reelection in November
Democrats vowed to reimagine public safety in the wake of George Floyd’s death and the results of their experiment are in: we’re less safe.
Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer Tuesday said he received his free COVID-19 tests through the mail under President Biden's new testing initiative, but noted the at-home kits were "made in China."
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., told "The Brian Kilmeade Show" that President Biden's has been a “wrecking ball when it comes to national security" policies during his career, warning that the commander-in-chief is being “taken advantage of” by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The White House is standing by its move to urge Americans to leave Ukraine, as Russia threatens to invade the country, maintaining that the Biden administration's decisions will "always" be in the "security interests" of individuals serving the U.S. around the globe.
Republican leaders on the House Oversight and Judiciary committees released excerpts of emails Tuesday that they say reveal Dr. Anthony Fauci knew COVID-19 may have been intentionally modified and leaked from the Wuhan lab.
NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora, gravely wounded while responding to a domestic incident in Harlem four days ago, succumbed to his injuries Tuesday.
Why did Putin choose this time deliberately to incite a crisis by menacingly deploying over 100,000 troops to Ukraine’s border? What does he expect to gain and what might he be risking?
The New York state government is instructing schools to ignore a court ruling that blocked a school mask mandate, claiming that the requirement remains in effect while they appeal.
Two House Republicans on Tuesday introduced legislation that would block the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) from allowing illegal immigrants to use arrest warrants to board flights.
The Virginia Mathematics Pathways Initiative (VMPI), an equity-focused program that would have eliminated all accelerated math courses before 11th grade, is no longer.
FIRST ON FOX: Rep. James Comer, the ranking member on the House Oversight Committee, is pushing the Biden administration for information about a move in August to shift money from COVID-19 vaccination efforts to programs to house unaccompanied migrant children at the southern border -- asking whether it exacerbated pandemic-related challenges.
The Los Angeles Police Department on Monday released body camera footage showing an officer performing life-saving measures on a "lifeless toddler."
Fox News Digital exclusively obtained a letter signed by a growing number of Republicans, led by Rep. Chip Roy, pledging to pull support from government funding legislation that includes vaccine mandates.
Brothers in south Texas accused of beating their stepfather to death for allegedly sexually abusing their half sister, leaving his body in a field.
Rep. Marie Newman is under investigation by the House Ethics Committee for allegedly offering a job to a potential primary opponent in exchange for political support.
The Florida Department of Health announced that it is closing all monoclonal antibody treatment sites in the state after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration rescinded emergency-use authorizations for two particular treatments for COVID-19.
Bill Bratton joined Dana Perino and Bill Hemmer on 'America's Newsroom' Tuesday to discuss NYC Mayor Eric Adams' plan to combat violent crime.
EXCLUSIVE: Large numbers of single adult illegal immigrants are being released and transported into the U.S. in Texas via a small, unmarked office in a parking lot, video caught by Fox News on Sunday shows.
Rep. Ralph Norman introduced the Religious Freedom Over Mandates Act to block federal funding for tracking information on individuals with religious exemptions to the coronavirus vaccine.
Devonne Marsh, 42, allegedly doused his 26-year-old live-in girlfriend with lighter fluid and set her on fire during an argument at their home earlier this month. The woman is 6-and-a-half months pregnant with twins.
Amid a surge of the omicron variant of the coronavirus, the Biden administration launched a new testing initiative last week, sending every residence four free rapid tests and requiring private health insurers to cover up to eight at-home tests per month for those on their plans.
Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, a Trump ally, on Tuesday endorsed J.D. Vance in Ohio's 2022 GOP Senate primary.
Democrat and former New York official Laura Curran warned the Democrats against groupthink on 'Fox & Friends,' warning it will lead to 'dangerous places.'
Arapahoe County, Colorado, sheriff's deputy retires with $30,000 settlement after her OnlyFans account was discovered.
Pastor Corey Brooks reflects on the lesson he learned from Thomas Sowell and why he advocates so strongly for school choice
Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren joined 'Fox & Friends First,' warning Democrats that Americans are sick of 'woke politicians' and want more 'moderates.'
With Democrats in the hot seat now over Sens. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., and Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., 's refusal to nuke the filibuster, the same liberal talking heads who celebrated Republican "mavericks" are singing a very different tune.