A British-owned yacht immobilized by a pod of orcas has found itself the latest victim of about 35 whales known to ram boats along the Iberian Peninsula's Atlantic coast.
The Golden Gate Bridge, a feat of engineering, opened to pedestrians on this day in history, May 27, 1937. An estimated 200,000 people paid $0.25 each to cross the bridge.
Guatemala's Constitutional Court has forcibly ended the presidential candidacy of Carlos Pineda, an independent who had been leading in polls.
After a nine-month review, British Cycling announced Friday a new policy that will bar transgender females from competing against biological women.
Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy released an advisory, “Social Media and Youth Mental Health," warning of the risk social media poses for children's and teens' mental health. Experts weigh in.
Republican Nevada Gov. Joe Lombardo on Thursday signed into law a bill allowing students to wear tribal, religious and cultural regalia during graduation ceremonies.
The "Taylor Swift Ham, Egg, and Cheese" is the new state sandwich of New Jersey, said Gov. Phil Murphy (D) ahead of the singer's three shows in the state.
Consumer Reports has identified 10 new cars being offered with the best deals this Memorial Day weekend, each with a high score in its ratings.
Enhance your holiday gatherings and birthday parties to another level with a number of apps on your smartphone such as "Evite," "Heads Up," Zoom and more.
Locals in Barcelona are saying no more to mass tourism and are calling on officials to take counter measures as the number of visitors to the city once again surges.
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt on Thursday signed private and home school tax credits that would make school choice universally available to all families.
The Fox News Autos newsletter brings you the latest developments in the world of cars, trucks, performance vehicles and collectible automobiles.
NASCAR is officially probing an incident from last weekend's All Star race when someone hacked Bubba Wallace's radio and shouted a derogatory statement.
A National Institutes Health study published Thursday of American adults found that one in 10 people are getting long COVID after suffering an omicron infection.
A 1970 Plymouth Superbird that was owned by the same family for a half-century is coming up for auction and expected to sell for a huge amount.
A photographer based in Wales, Rhys Jones, has been practicing drone photography as a hobby — and now his images of a harbor that look exactly like a dolphin have gained attention online.
Author Beatrix Potter, famous for "Peter Rabbit" children's book series, is under fire after she was accused of taking her stories from African slave tales.
This year, Memorial Day will be observed on Monday, May 29. Here are 10 facts on the federal holiday, from its history and traditions to the fallen soldiers who are being honored.
A pilot was hospitalized with serious injuries after his Piper PA-25 Pawnee crashed on the airfield at North Perry Airport in Pembroke Pines, Florida.
Ford's electric vehicles will soon be compatible with the Tesla Supercharging network and future Fords will switch to the Tesla-style charging plug.
A new documentary called "Bama Rush" gives viewers an inside look at the sorority rush process at the University of Alabama, the top sorority recruitment school in the U.S.
John Byrnes of Concerned Veterans for America shared with Fox News Digital the national mental health crisis among military veterans — and the need for the VA to prioritize it.
Target boss Brian Cornell thanked his staff in a letter defending the company's handling of the store's Pride collection while expressing solidarity with the LGBTQ community.
Alex Palou's No. 10 car will have a powerful message from the American Legion's "Be The One" campaign he says "goes beyond racing" this week at the Indy 500.
Michigan's House of Representative is considering a bill to ban declawing cats. If passed, Michigan would join New York and Maryland in banning the controversial practice.
Cpl. Luther Herschel Story earned the Medal of Honor in the Korean War in 1950 but had been missing in action for 73 years. He returns to a hero's welcome this week.
Actor Tom Hanks gave a commencement address at Harvard University Thursday, where he asked the new graduates to join in a 'fight' over truth in the United States.
John Wayne, the iconic actor, was born in Iowa on this day in history, May 26, 1907 — and went on appear in a myriad of films, starring in dozens of Westerns over the years.
Two Florida women who share an apartment have an unusually close friendship and have decided that as they navigate the dating scene, they're declaring that they come as a "package" deal.
TV star Brian Cox gave a blistering response to an interviewer questioning if actors should take roles they don't identify with.
Michael J. Fox said this week his wife Tracy Pollan was forced to "endure" the "trial" he gave her with his Parkinson's disease during their 35 years of marriage.
A cab driver in Orlando, Florida, talked with Fox News Digital about raising children, about living in America and about the next election. He and his wife both work hard to raise their family.
A man from Texas has broken the Lake Corpus Christi record for largest alligator gar. His catch reportedly weighed 207 pounds and measured 90 inches in length.
The Fox News Health Newsletter brings you trending and important stories about health warnings, drug shortages, mental health issues and more in this weekly recap.
Valerie Baxter is warming the hearts of the thousands after a video was released showing her emotional farewell to High Point University's graduating students in May 2023.
Tina Turner appeared in a series of commercials for the Plymouth brand in 1989 and 1990, promoting vehicles like the Voyager minivan and Laser sports car.
Nearly two centuries after providing the world with whale oil for lamps, New Bedford aspires to light the world again. The city plans to use offshore wind turbines to produce energy.
World Health Organization director-general Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned this week that the world must prepare for pathogens with even deadlier potential than COVID-19.
A Kentucky man has been charged with assault and arrested after shooting his roommate in the buttocks for eating the last Hot Pocket microwavable turnover.
Shellyne Rodriguez, a now-former NYC professor who allegedly threatened a New York Post reporter with a machete, surrendered to police Thursday morning.
The all-new 2024 Lexus GX will be fully revealed on June 8. New teaser images of the midsize SUV show it to have a much boxier style than the current version.
A Grand Canyon hiker from Indiana has died while trying to hike the Bright Angel Trail. She was attempting to reach the Colorado River and return back in a single day.
HIV cases have been on the decline in recent years, largely driven by fewer cases among young people, but racial disparities remain, a CDC report stated.
Some local stores are selling Bud Light products for free because of a Memorial Day rebate special and a reduced price for the brand since its online backlash.
A Taiwanese man traveling from Nicaragua was caught with 29 hatching parrots that were incubating in his bag at the Miami International Airport customs checkpoint.
Student suing former Michigan State University College of Business professor Amy Wisner for allegedly forcing 600 students to fund an entity backing Planned Parenthood.
Lucas Miles, author of the book "Woke Jesus," is fighting progressivism in the pulpit and challenging other faith leaders to do the same. Fox News Digital spoke with him in Orlando.
As both a men’s and women’s volleyball coach for over 25 years, I have seen firsthand the ways in which allowing men to compete against women would upend the game as we know it.
The latest version of ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence chatbot from OpenAI, is smart enough to pass a radiology board-style exam, a new study from the University of Toronto found.
A scientist using ultraviolet light discovered a hidden portion of Biblical text dating back approximately 1,500 years after it was initially written.