South Korea is enforcing new COVID-19 response measures, including reduced quarantine periods and expanded rapid testing as its new cases jumped nearly 50% in a day
Two minors using false identities were approved to receive vaccinations for COVID-19 at a Colorado public school without parental permission, a statement from the high school in question confirms.
A Venice tourist from the Czech Republic who was sunbathing topless on a war memorial was fined $513 and banned from the city for 48 hours.
Apple has been granted a restraining order against a woman who allegedly threatened, harassed and stalked CEO Tim Cook for more than a year.
A Seattle-area school board has voted to remove the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” from the district’s ninth-grade reading curriculum after teachers, parents, and some students complained that it was racially insensitive.
Elio’s let the former Alaska governor eat indoors despite a city rule that it ask for proof she was vaccinated. She wasn’t.
White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci said Tuesday that a vaccine specifically targeting the omicron variant of the coronavirus would be "prudent."
A New York appeals judge has left in place the state’s indoor mask mandate while Gov. Kathy Hochul’s administration appeals a lower court’s decision to overturn it
Before the end of the year, ispace aims to place a lander with two small rovers on the lunar surface. It may find other visitors have also made the trip this year.
Michigan father Björn Olson, a Marine veteran, is speaking out against his school district's use of the "equity challenge" and claiming mask mandates and critical race theory cause division.
Demand for Microsoft’s cloud-computing services and work software helped boost its quarterly profits by 21% as the pandemic kept many office workers at home
A reported threat at Lawrence Road Middle School that turned out to be false was reportedly inspired by social media.
A Pennsylvania woman who came into contact with escaped cynomolgus macaque monkeys following a truck crash outside Danville is reportedly experiencing health problems.
All over the U.S., state National Guard units are seeing dramatic reenlistment rates, even as their troops juggle near constant duties with COVID-19, natural disasters and other military deployments
Children who attended a state-funded pre-kindergarten were doing worse than their peers at the conclusion of sixth grade, study finds
If your mental health is wrecked from reading pandemic headlines for two years, take back some control by following this guide.
The SAT is going digital in the U.S. starting in 2024, when the test designed to predict college readiness will shorten to two hours and allow exam-takers to use a calculator on all math sections.
One of NASA's latest discoveries could change the definition of what planetary objects aside from Earth will be considered "potentially habitable." Researchers have found that Saturn's tiny, frozen "Death Star" moon, called Mimas, could actually be a "stealth" ocean world.
In his new book 'Solving for Why,' noted surgeon Dr. Mark Shrime — a volunteer for the Mercy Ships mission — reveals the pandemic has changed how we chase happiness and what we must know; he spoke to Dana Perino of 'America's Newsroom' as well as to Fox News Digital.
The "Reliable Sources" host was panned on social media for his segment about creating "savvy news consumers."
The Dartz Prombron Black Alligator MMXX Black Tiger Lunar Year Edition is the latest creation of the Latvian security vehicle firm. The Mercedes-Benz-based SUV is fully armored and features door handles that can deliver an electric shock to intruders.
The number of COVID-19 patients in the Czech Republic has begun to grow amid a record surge of infections driven by the highly contagious omicron variant
Pfizer has begun a study comparing its original COVID-19 vaccine with doses specially tweaked to match the hugely contagious Omicron variant.
Judge Jeanine Pirro's explores the grounds of 'The Elms' in Newport, Rhode Island on Fox Nation's 'Castles USA.'
Amid an urge to create a semblance of separation from the everyday trappings of city and suburban living, many of the country’s most wealthy celebrities have long flocked to the quaint resort town of Aspen, Colorado for much-needed relaxation and retail therapy.
While much of President Joe Biden's climate change agenda has stalled in Congress, there is one nascent — and controversial — technology for reducing carbon emissions that has received billions in public funds in 2020 and 2021: Carbon capture.
The parents of a 31-year-old in need of a heart transplant at Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital said their son has been removed from the transplant list because he has not been vaccinated for COVID-19, according to a report.
Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., sent a letter to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona demanding answers on a National Education Association (NEA) letter that followed closely after the National School Boards Association (NSBA) letter comparing concerned parents to domestic terrorists. The NEA suggested that opposition to critical race theory (CRT) is based on "misinformation" that social media companies should stamp out.
Hong Kong has expanded a partial lockdown and tightened pandemic restrictions after more than 200 cases of COVID-19 were discovered at a public housing estate
An Italian hunter died last week after he was attacked by a wild boar he had just shot that bit him in the leg and severed his femoral artery, according to reports.
Nearly two dozen sailors on an Australian ship going to deliver aid to Tonga are infected with the coronavirus, raising fears they could bring COVID-19 to a nation that has managed to avoid any outbreaks
Detectives from the New York Police Department found a loaded AR-15 assault weapon under the mattress of 47-year-old Lashawn McNeil on Saturday, the day after he allegedly shot and killed Officer Jason Rivera and critically wounded Officer Wilbert Mora.
The James Webb Space Telescope slipped into orbit around a point in space nearly a million miles from Earth Monday where it can capture light from the first stars and galaxies to form in the aftermath of the Big Bang.
Tonga’s main island could have its internet service restored within two weeks, although it may take much longer to repair the connection to the smaller islands
South Korea has recorded more than 8,000 new coronavirus infections for the first time as health authorities reshape the country’s pandemic response to address a surge driven by the highly contagious omicron variant