Punxsutawney inner circle member Harry 'Butch' Philliber explains why Pennsylvania's Groundhog's Day predictions are correct on "Jesse Watters Primetime."
"All My Children" star Susan Lucci, 76, teared up while saying she was "not ready" to date again after the March 2022 death of her husband Helmut Huber.
A proposed bill in North Carolina would make it illegal for those in the medical field to perform gender-affirming care treatments on minors.
A woman in Michigan is being rewarded for her honesty after she returned a bag filled with close to $15,000 that she found to a pair of newlyweds.
British Airways faces backlash after refreshing its social media guidelines for employees on posting photos while they are professionally engaged.
A 70-year-old woman from Long Island, New York, fell down a 6-foot-deep sinkhole that suddenly opened just as she was walking through her front yard.
Professor Nicholas Giordano calls out the "extremely divisive" new course requirement for 64 colleges in the State University of New York system.
A California school system was forced to suspend a library app that allowed second graders to access books featuring explicit language and one that included a rape.
El Salvador constructed the prison after a massive surge in arrests during the country's state of exception that allowed the government to suspend certain rights.
Kurt "The CyberGuy" Knutsson provides his five best home-delivery grocery apps to make shopping easier, and hopefully save money. Some apps offer different features.
American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten lashed out at Ron DeSantis, accusing him of "race baiting" over an African American studies course.
The two owners of Resco Instruments, both veterans, shared on "Fox & Friends" on Thursday, Feb. 2, why they put their American-made watches through Navy SEAL training.
Chris and Julie Ramsey have unveiled the Nissan Ariya SUV they will attempt to drive from the North Pole to South Pole over a 17,000-mile route.
Sheriff's office workers in Minnesota are helping a puppy they named "Taho" to recover from a broken leg after he was thrown from a window by suspects involved in a car chase.
Pet safety is important during the winter season. A veterinarian gives his top five tips for how to keep pets safe during cold temperatures — see his vital advice here.
The only Bugatti Chiron Profilée that will be built has been auctioned by RM Sotheby's for $10.8 million, setting a record for a new car sold at an auction.
Valentine’s Day is a great time to spread love and holiday cheer to people who are in hospitals, nursing homes shelters and essential worker industries.
A middle school in New Jersey will be replacing its rainbow-themed "safe zone" signs with ones that feature the school's mascot following complaints from parents of students.
A woman is wanted in Bell Gardens, California, after authorities say she violently assaulted another woman and stole her Maltipoo puppy in broad daylight on Monday.
Amazon has bumped up its prices for members using its Amazon Fresh grocery service, tacking an additional fee onto the existing membership fee. Here's why.
Ferrari has received a patent for a "pulsejet" system that uses compressed air to improve the acceleration, braking and cornering performance of a sports car.
After lifting the majority of COVID restrictions, Hong Kong is launching a "Hello Hong Kong" tourist campaign. The city is offering free air tickets to tourists around the world.
DC Comics added to its growing pantheon of progressive characters by recently unveiling "Circuit Breaker," a superhero who has he/they pronouns.
Republicans in Florida have introduced bills in the state legislature and the senate that would prohibit students from accessing TikTok on school-provided internet.
National Geographic explorer and ray expert Andrea Marshall, alongside her team, have tagged 11 rare and massive smalleye stingrays off the coast of the Bazaruto Archipelago.
Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey, R., explains in an interview why he's demanding schools prohibit drag queens from engaging with school-age children.
U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy weighed in this week about children using social media. He is concerned about kids 13 and under. But what about 'gender affirming' care?
The Biden administration has 30 days to decide whether to approve an oil drilling project in Alaska opposed by environmental groups.
Chad Johnson doesn't need flashy material things. In fact, the former Cincinnati Bengal says he never purchased real jewelry and constantly flew commercial during his career.
A new study from Imperial's School of Public Health in London found that diets high in ultra-processed foods may elevate the risks of various types of cancer. Here's what to know.
The Arkansas House on Wednesday passed a bill that would ban public schools from allowing transgender students into bathrooms that do not correspond to their biological sex.
Two questions on a recent New York Regents standardized exam have upset Jewish leaders due to how they gave "false choices" to questions about Israeli history.
A mother of three in Duxbury, Massachusetts, has been hospitalized after she allegedly harmed her children, all of whom died. The tragedy has prompted questions about postpartum depression.
Steve Liollilo, a resident of Houston Heights, Texas, is searching for his French bulldog Bennie, who was taken by a stranger who posed as the rightful owner. A reward is being offered.
Airport staff at the check-in desk tried to get the parents to return and get their child, but failed to do so and had to call police to detain the couple.
Haiti's prime minister requested the deployment of foreign troops as chaos caused by a gang in the country continues. Jamaica is willing to send soldiers and police to help.
A study published in the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing says celebrations of positive life events may benefit health and well-being, as long as we gather with others and share food and drink.
Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman joined 'Tucker Carlson Tonight' to weigh in on a string of whale deaths in New York and New Jersey after a 35-foot humpback whale washed ashore Monday.
A parent said that students shared the videos via group chats, getting around some of the controls parents had implemented to control their children's social media use.
Americans celebrate Nation Wear Red Day in the month of February to support the millions of people suffering from heart disease in the United States.
FDA Commissioner Robert Califf said Tuesday that no one at the agency will be reassigned or fired in the wake of last year's infant formula shortage and the FDA's delayed response.
MSNBC host Joy Reid condemned Gov. Ron DeSantis’ education law on Tuesday using a Washington Post article that the paper was later forced to correct with additional context.
The police chief of the Port Wentworth Police Department in Georgia announced his retirement, days after Jacob Kersey received national news coverage for his resignation.
Hulu last week aired the first two episodes in a mini-series based on the New York Times Magazine's controversial 1619 Project, which has been taught in schools across the country.
A 27-year-old Indiana man died in Puerto Rico over the weekend after he fell 70 feet off a coastal cliff while trying to film a video for social media outlet TikTok.
San Francisco authorities wrote earlier this month to the California Public Utilities Commission asking to slow the expansion of Cruise and Waymo robotaxi services.
The CDC is warning that a brand of eye drops may be linked to a bacterial infection that has affected at least 50 people in 11 states. One person died from the infection.
The Supreme Court assembled for the first time on this day in history, Feb. 1, 1790, in New York City under Chief Justice John Jay. It handed down its first opinion in August 1791.