The conservative organization Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) recently filed a lawsuit against the University of Buffalo for suppressing its student chapter.
Dr. Robert George, a conservative Christian philosopher and jurisprudence professor at Princeton University, declares June as "Fidelity Month" amid Pride Month.
A large “de-escalation” trial suggests that tens of thousands of people annually may be able to rely on only chemotherapy and surgery to treat their illness.
The H5N1 virus poses “a great unknown threat” to birds and humans alike. Understanding and thwarting it begins with excrement collection.
A nonprofit in Oxfordshire, England, is helping adults and children who are struggling with life's challenges by offering them time with dog-like Valais Blacknose sheep — and the service is mobile.
I’m a mom and I’m not letting fear control my parenting. I won’t embrace helicopter parenting, which leads to immaturity, anxiety and depression in children.
"hell hath no fury like a toddler who lost the chance to push a button"
A group of orange tabby kittens are ready to be adopted in Houston, Texas. The group, nicknamed the "G Litter," contains Gregory, Gus, Georgie and Ginger.
Haley and Hanna Cavinder posted a video to YouTube Friday detailing their struggles with eating habits and their journey with dietitian Kathryne "Kat" Padgett.
The race to ratify the 19th Amendment began on this day in history, June 4, 1919, after Congress passed the text of the amendment. The amendment granted the right to vote to women.
"Cheers" star Ted Danson said that his life was a "hot mess" as "Cheers" was ending in 1993, but the show's conclusion led to his romance with his wife Mary Steenburgen.
A 53-year-old is dead after falling roughly 50 feet during a soccer game in Argentina between River Plate and Defensa y Justicia Saturday.
As described on Reddit, a woman in her 20s was "genuinely shocked" when she discovered photos of her mother as a teen holding a hunting rifle. She confronted her mom about it, as others weighed in.
A small plane crash left two people dead in Mississippi after it went down soon after takeoff on Saturday morning at the Tupelo Regional Airport.
Deputies with a sheriff's office in Incline Village, Nevada, used ropes to free a bear that had trapped itself inside a vehicle in South Lake Tahoe, California. See the footage.
Tennis star Naomi Osaka revealed the gender of her baby Friday in a social media post. The four-time Grand Slam winner announced she was pregnant in January.
On June 3 at 11:42 pm ET, the strawberry supermoon will be at its brightest in the sky for the last time this spring in 2023. Read about other stunning moons to see this year.
The Davis School District in Utah has removed the Bible from its elementary and middle school libraries in response to a petition calling it "pornographic."
The latest update from the AP Style Guide advised journalists on how to speak about trans issues, including telling them not to refer to "biological sex."
Cameron Robbins, 18, who disappeared at sea, will be remembered as a "fierce competitor" on the baseball field and a fun-loving teenager off the field.
Rescue operations have ended for a train crash in India that left at least 261 people dead and 1,000 injured, the worst such accident in two decades.
It took 150 million years for feathered dinosaurs to master flight and become the birds we see overhead today.
MMA fighter and veteran Mike Dragich told "America's Newsroom" it was a "night to remember" as nearly 200 people watched him subdue the reptile.
Some 40% of foodborne outbreaks with an identifiable cause were associated with sick workers, according to a CDC report — most often due to norovirus. Here's what to know.
The backlash to PetSmart's pride collection for pets caught the attention of a Los Angeles news station, which poked fun at consumers upset about it.
In a rare event, a wolverine was spotted three times in California's Eastern Sierra Nevada mountains in May, according to the state's Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Two dogs were found wandering the street and now have a special bond. The pair are up for adoption in California, hoping to find a home together.
Facebook can still access your personal information by making "Shadow Profiles" using data that has been collected from third-party providers and other resources.
Elliahs Dorsey, accused of shooting Indianapolis Police Officer Breann Leath twice in the head, has been permitted to seek insanity as a defense in a bid to avoid the death penalty.
Practice the basics with these recipes, which all deserve heavy rotation during your summer cookout season.
NASA astronaut Ed White embarked on an historic spacewalk on this day in history, June 3, 1965. The astronaut spent about 20 minutes outside the spacecraft and said, "I feel like a million dollars."
A growing number of kids and teens are turning to weight loss surgery amid rising rates of pediatric obesity, according to a new study published in JAMA Pediatrics.
School bus driver Imunek Williams got nearly 40 children off her bus in Milwaukee Wednesday morning just seconds before it burst into flames.
A husband and dad on Reddit described a standoff with his wife over her desire to go on vacation without him 16 months after the birth of their child — he's "hurt" and thinks she's wrong.
Brooke Shields says she is not thrilled with her youngest daughter's decision to venture into the modeling industry. She said the industry is "brutal."
Tropical Storm Arlene, the first named storm detected in this year's Atlantic hurricane season, formed Friday in the Gulf of Mexico and appears to be moving toward western Cuba.
Chicago's Field Museum on Friday unveiled a 46-foot cast of a Spinosaurus skeleton. The Spinosaurus is believed to be the largest predatory dinosaur to have existed.
A federal lawsuit filed Friday challenges an Arkansas law levying criminal charges against librarians and booksellers who provide "harmful" media to minors.
Game official Anthony Taylor and his family were escorted by airport police Thursday after being swarmed by angry Roma fans following the Europa League final.
A bystander video shows a man entered Busch Gardens Tampa Bay's alligator exhibit in Florida and refused to leave when asked. His reply? "Another wild Karen. Crikey."
A Florida man flew into a "blind rage" and fatally stabbed the mother of his daughter before killing himself after he learned she'd been unfaithful, according to a new report.
Doughnuts (or donuts) are a popular treat that can be eaten any time of the day from breakfast to dessert. Doughnuts have become so popular there are two different days celebrating the food.
The 2023 Toyota Prius Prime plug-in hybrid is available with solar panels on the roof that can recharge its batteries with enough energy to drive several miles a day.
Before clams become expensive dishes in restaurants in Spain, they’re first collected by a group of women who call themselves “the peasant farmers of the sea."
Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs has imposed restrictions on new housing development that rely on groundwater amidst concerns over the state's water supply.
National Donut Day is turning 85 this year. The day was established in Chicago in 1938 to honor the work of the "Donut Lassies" who served donuts to the troops in WWI.
The Fox News Autos newsletter brings you the latest developments in the world of cars, trucks, performance vehicles and collectible automobiles.
The program utilizes real-time changes in observable variables with historical data on crop growth and rotations to predict how to best maximize yields.
Alicia "Kozak" Kozakiewicz of North Carolina is using her Instagram and TikTok to share seldom-seen missing persons' posters in hopes of reuniting individuals with their families.
In Los Angeles, a tiny pop-up market aims to become a cultural hub for a community.