Monday, February 28, 2022

Ukraine war: 'Frustrated' Russia could switch to 'more aggressive' tactics, US defense official warns

Russian President Vladimir Putin has deployed nearly 75% of his assembled combat power into Ukraine, a senior U.S. defense official said Monday, as "heavy fighting" continues in different parts of the country.


Ukrainian athletes 'seeking safety in bomb shelters' call for Russia and Belarus to be banned from international sport


Vladimir Putin's mental state questioned by growing number of US officials

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is leading some U.S. politicians, experts and world leaders to question President Vladimir Putin’s mental stability.

Angel Mom backs JD Vance in new Ohio Senate campaign ad

Angel Mom Maureen Maloney is backing J.D. Vance in a new ad in the Ohio Senate campaign


Bill Barr knows *exactly* what kind of person Donald Trump is

It's generally a good rule to judge people by those who work most closely with them.


Sunday, February 27, 2022

Romney calls Russian government a 'pariah' and for US to continue cranking up the sanctions against 'evil regime'

Republican Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah on Sunday called the Russian government "a pariah" in the wake of the country's invasion of Ukraine and said countries should continue cranking up sanctions against "an evil regime."


Trump, at CPAC, once again teases 2024; Cruz says Trump ‘gets to decide first’

From Trump to DeSantis to Cruz and Hawley, there's plenty of 2024 GOP presidential nomination speculation at CPAC this year


'Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber' takes another ride through the world of tech titans

A cross between "The Social Network" and "Billions," "Super Pumped: The Battle For Uber" hails from the producers of the latter, drawing extra zest from all the tech CEOs represented in this fun, fact-based tale of greed, high-stakes corporate chess and frat-boy excess. With Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Kyle Chandler anchoring the cast, it's well worth hopping aboard.


North Dakota family sells bath bombs to raise awareness for World Down Syndrome Day

For the last several years, the Kleins have spent countless days raising awareness for World Down Syndrome Day through random acts of kindness in their Mandan community.

Saturday, February 26, 2022

'They'll kill us all': Ukrainian children talk to CNN as Russian forces get closer to their town

CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports on the intense fighting between Ukrainian and Russian forces for control of a key bridge on the outskirts of Kherson, Ukraine, and how it's affecting the people who live there.


Churches in Ukraine, Russia delivering supplies to embattled citizens

U.S.-based Slavic Gospel Association is sending financial donations to a network of 40 churches, 27 of which are located in Ukraine and 13 in Russia, working to provide food, winter clothes, blankets and medicines in areas where the fighting is most intense.

NAACP Image Awards 2022: See who won

The 2022 NAACP Image Awards, which honor achievement by people of color in culture and entertainment, will be presented on Saturday.


Curtis Reeves, retired SWAT officer, acquitted in movie theater shooting

A jury in Florida has acquitted a retired police SWAT commander of murder for fatally shooting a fellow moviegoer during an argument over cellphone use.

Bitcoin is getting even dirtier

Bitcoin is a pollution-creating mess. Despite efforts to make the energy-intensive mining process friendlier to the environment, it has grown significantly more reliant on fossil fuels over the past year.


Ukraine invasion: Russia 'increasingly frustrated' by lack of momentum: US defense official

As Ukraine enters its third day of Russian bombardment following President Vladimir Putin’s invasion this week, a senior defense official said Saturday that Moscow has become "increasingly frustrated" by the lack of momentum.


Will CPAC straw poll be another Trump, DeSantis 1-2 finish in GOP presidential nomination question?

Along with former President Trump’s address, the results of the CPAC straw poll are the most anticipated moment at this weekend’s conservative gathering in Florida.


Friday, February 25, 2022

Biden Supreme Court announcement during Russia-Ukraine war 'extremely inappropriate,' Blackburn says

Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., slammed President Biden over his Supreme Court nomination announcement timing "just days" after Russia invaded Ukraine.


Rubio will be 'supportive' of Biden Supreme Court pick if nominee recognizes justices are 'not policymakers'

Republican Sen. Marco Rubio reacted to President Biden’s Supreme Court pick Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on Friday, saying justices on the high court are "not policymakers," and if a nominee applies the Constitution based on its "original intent," he will be supportive of that individual.


China says it 'supports' Russia amid Ukraine invasion, backs Putin's claim he's ready for negotiations

Chinese President Xi Jinping offered support for Russian President Putin. Putin has tried to justify his Ukraine attacks falsely suggesting Kyiv posed a serious military threat.


Who is Biden Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson?

President Biden is picking Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to be the first Black woman on the Supreme Court.


Biden Supreme Court pick shows 'radical left' won, Graham says, promising 'respectful but interesting' hearing

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. said President Biden's nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court shows that the "radical left" has won.


PA Republican Senate candidate McCormick calls Putin 'tyrant' who 'needs to be kept in check'

GOP Senate candidate David McCormick of Pennsylvania says that Russian leader Vladimir Putin is "a bully" and "a tyrant on the world stage."


Thursday, February 24, 2022

Three lessons from landmark US soccer agreement on getting equal pay in sports

History was made on Tuesday when, in settling an equal pay dispute that dates back to March 2019, US Soccer committed to providing the same pay rates for tournament and exhibition games going forward to its women's and men's teams.


Jury meets for 2nd day in trial of cops in George Floyd killing

Jurors resumed deliberations Thursday in the trial of three former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating George Floyd's civil rights.

COVID origins: Republicans ramp up pressure on NIH about risky research

FIRST ON FOX: House Republicans are pressing ahead with their probe of federal funding of risky coronavirus research by China's Wuhan lab in a new letter sent Thursday to the acting NIH director.


Two galaxies crashing together form unusual space triangle of stars bursting to life

An unusual triangle shape formed by two galaxies crashing together in a cosmic tug-of-war has been captured in a new image taken by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.


Los Angeles County eases COVID-19 indoor mask mandate

Los Angeles County will begin allowing people to remove their masks while indoors if they are vaccinated as the omicron winter surge continues to ease.

Hearing resumes for parents of school shooting suspect

The parents of a 15-year-old charged with killing four students at his Michigan high school returned to court Thursday to face charges for making the gun used in the shooting available to the teen.

Wednesday, February 23, 2022

Lawmakers urge Biden to get congressional approval before stationing US troops in Ukraine

Bipartisan lawmakers joined together Tuesday to call on President Biden to receive authorization from Congress before involving U.S. forces in the Russia-Ukraine conflict.


Americans say they back US truck convoy – with conditions

Fox News spoke to Americans about a potential truck convoy in U.S..

Rashida Tlaib to give Biden State of the Union response on far-left group's behalf

"Squad" member Rep. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan will be delivering a progressive response to President Biden’s State of the Union address next week.


The 40 wildest lines from Donald Trump's interview with Clay Travis

On Tuesday at Mar-a-Lago, Donald Trump sat down with radio hosts Clay Travis and Buck Sexton for an extended interview. He talked 2024, Russia and, well, just about everything else.


San Diego party bus theft leads police on chase into Los Angeles area; suspect arrested

A driver who stole a party bus and led authorities on a chase from San Diego into the Los Angeles area on Tuesday was arrested after crashing into another vehicle on a highway.

Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Missing Kentucky girl Serenity McKinney's body found; mother, boyfriend charged with murder

Missing 4-year-old Serenity Ann McKinney, last seen alive in Kentucky on Christmas Eve two years ago, has been found dead, and the girl’s mother and her boyfriend have been charged with murder.

Seattle police union appeals to new mayor over budget plans: 'Put public safety before politics'

Seattle’s largest police union appealed to the new mayor, two years after fallout from the CHOP/CHAZ anti-police protest zone, and urged him to prioritize fixing the current "public safety crisis" and "put public safety before politics."

DC prepares for possible US 'Freedom Convoy,' officials request National Guard troops

As the so-called Freedom Convoy that converged on Ottawa, Canada, last month was broken up by police over the weekend, Washington, D.C., appears to be preparing for thousands of truckers who plan to descend on the U.S. capital in the coming days.

Uber driver shoots Georgia pregnant woman 3 times causing premature birth

College Park, Georgia, police searching for Uber driver who allegedly shot a pregnant woman three times, causing her to prematurely give birth.

White House declares Russian invasion in Ukraine

The White House is now calling Russian action in Ukraine an "invasion," saying the "swift and severe" sanctions promised by the U.S. are on the way, Fox News has learned.


Ahmaud Arbery case: three White men convicted of federal hate crimes charges in slaying

Three White men convicted of murdering Ahmaud Arbery were found guilty of federal hate crimes charges Tuesday in a Georgia courtroom.

Coast Guard rescues shark attack victim near Bahamas

A fisherman who was bitten by a shark near the Bahamas was pulled to safety by a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter crew after his mates tightened a tourniquet around his arm.

Monday, February 21, 2022

Small child, 2 adults found shot to death inside Detroit home

Detroit police investigating triple murder after finding bodies they believe were not shot recently.

California trans child molester Hannah Tubbs gloats over light sentence in jailhouse phone calls

Explicit Los Angeles jailhouse recordings of Hannah Tubbs, the 26-year-old trans child molester who received a slap on the wrist last month after pleading guilty to molesting a 10-year-old in 2014, depict her admitting it was wrong to attack a little girl but gloating over the light punishment.

DC trucker convoy plans on shutting down Capital Beltway, organizer says: 'Giant boa constrictor'

A trucker convoy heading to Washington, D.C., later this week plans to shut down the Capital Beltway in protest of wide-ranging issues such as fuel prices, vaccine requirements and immigration, the organizer said.

Presidents Day forecast: Another round of wintry weather is here

Another round of winter weather is on the way Monday for portions of the central U.S.

Garland expected to roll back elements of DOJ program to combat Chinese spying

Attorney General Merrick Garland is expected to roll back some elements of the Department of Justice's "China Program," sources tell Fox News.


Georgia man accused of stabbing police officer indicted for killing firefighter, wife

The Georgia man accused of stabbing a police officer has been indicted for killing a firefighter and his wife days prior.

Oakland couple assaulted in brazen daytime robbery outside Little Saigon business

An Asian couple in Oakland was assaulted and robbed at gunpoint in broad daylight on Wednesday outside a business in the city’s Little Saigon neighborhood, according to a local report.

Schumer, Durbin, and Whitehouse voted against vast majority of Trump minority appeals court nominees

While the White House is already implying that opposition to a Biden Supreme Court nominee could be racist, some Democrat senators opposed many of former President Donald Trump's minority picks for the federal courts.


CPAC to kick off under banner of 'Awake not Woke,' serve as 'starting gun' for Republicans ahead of midterms

EXCLUSIVE: The Conservative Political Action Conference is kicking off in Orlando, Florida on Thursday under the banner of ‘Awake not Woke’— a theme that aims to hammer the left and serve as “the starting gun” for Republicans ahead of the 2022 Midterm Elections.


Sunday, February 20, 2022

Former Hillary Clinton spokesman slams reporting on Durham motion: ‘Bull—-”

Former Clinton spokesman Philippe Reines trashed the media’s reporting on the filing from Special Counsel John Durham.


Blinken responds to Zelenskyy’s plea: No sanctions until ‘bombs are actually dropping'

Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on CNN Sunday that the U.S. will continue to take a diplomatic approach with Russia until "the bombs are actually dropping" in Ukraine.


Pentagon spox gives examples of what is on, off the table in Russia negotiations

Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby said Sunday that despite evidence that Russia is preparing to strike Ukraine, the U.S. remains committed to pursuing a diplomatic solution, and Kirby illustrated what negotiations with the Kremlin could look like.


University of Alabama VP of student life resigns after soliciting prostitution arrest

Myron Pope, who was the University of Alabama vice president of student life, resigned after being arrested on a charge of soliciting prostitution.

Saturday, February 19, 2022

Atlanta beauty supply store robbed for over $15k worth of hair

An Atlanta beauty supply store was hit by robbers that took over $15,000 worth of hair Friday morning. Surveillance footage caught the two thieves on camera as they broke into the Black owned beauty supply store, Zoet Beauty Supply.

Biden’s handling of the Russia Ukraine conflict 'contemptible': foreign policy analyst

A foreign policy expert slammed the Biden administration's handling of the Ukraine crisis, saying the White House's actions could "provoke" a Russian attack.


San Francisco woman struck by stray bullet while eating at restaurant

An elderly woman was struck by a stray bullet Tuesday while eating at a restaurant in downtown San Francisco, according to police and local reports.

Capitol police considering constructing temporary fence around Capitol ahead of the State of the Union

U.S. Capitol Police are bracing for a potential "Freedom Convoy" truck protest to Washington D.C. for President Biden's State of the Union address on March 1 and considering temporary fencing around the Capitol to prepare.


AOC, Squad under fire as Dems reject their 'deeply problematic' agenda

The far-left policies of the Squad are making the midterm election season even tougher for Democrats and putting swing-district moderates in peril, according to some Democrats.


Pelosi, Democratic lawmakers hold press conference in Munich amid heightened Russian aggression toward Ukraine

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is leading a press conference at the Munich Security Conference in Germany Saturday morning amid heightened tensions between Russia and Ukraine.


Florida woman threatens to use gun at elementary school parent-teacher conference

A Florida mom faces a number of charges after police say she brought a gun to a parent-teacher conference an elementary school. Brenzina Jones attended a meeting at Brentwood Elementary School meeting Thursday night.

Kamala Harris says Russia will suffer significant economic costs if it invades Ukraine: 'Swift and severe'

Vice President Kamala Harris warned Russia Saturday that there would be "swift and severe" consequences if it violates Ukraine’s sovereignty as President Biden predicted would happen just hours prior.


Friday, February 18, 2022

House Republicans call for Pelosi to lift 'draconian' mask mandates at Capitol

House Republicans are calling on Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., to immediately rescind mask mandates and reopen the Capitol complex to visitors from the public.


Kyiv mayor pleads with US, Germany over threat of Russian invasion: 'We can't defend our country'

The mayor of Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital city, pleaded with the U.S. and Germany telling them, "We can’t defend our country" from Russia.


Rand Paul says Ukraine joining NATO is a 'dumb idea', that would provoke 'pariah nation' of Russia

FIRST ON FOX: Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., doubled down on his opposition to Ukraine joining the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), saying it would be an extremely provocative action toward the "pariah nation" of Russia.


Biden, Democrats will have 'come-to-Jesus' moment on inflation in November, Banks predicts

Indiana Rep. Jim Banks caught up with Fox News Digital in a Thursday phone interview, in which he blasted Biden’s ever-shifting rhetoric on the inflation – the highest rate in the U.S. in nearly four decades.


Kim Potter sentencing: Ex-cop who killed Daunte Wright hit with 16 months behind bars

Ex-Minnesota officer Kim Potter got a break Friday when a judge gave her sixteen months in prison for killing Daunte Wright after mistaking her gun for a Taser during a traffic stop.

DC council member withdraws attempt to reinstate vaccine mandate, says Bowser not following 'the science'

A Washington, D.C., city council member tried to reinstate the city's indoor vaccine mandate after Mayor Muriel Bowser rolled it back, but said she didn't have the votes to do so.


Mayorkas describes 'tough trip' to the border after tense encounter with Border Patrol

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas described a recent "tough trip" to the U.S. southern border that included tense encounters with Border Patrol agents, some of whom he accused of acting "unprofessionally."


Thursday, February 17, 2022

Hawley: Biden administration officials implicated in Durham probe must recuse themselves

Sen. Josh Hawley is calling on Attorney General Merrick Garland to have Justice Department employees recuse themselves "from any involvement in the Durham investigation" if they had anything to do with the 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign's alleged activities involving the collection of non-public internet data related to former President Trump.


McConnell slams Louisville BLM for helping bail out man who 'tried to literally murder a politician'

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell addressed the attempted shooting of a mayoral candidate in his "hometown" this week.


Durham probe: 46 Republican senators urge DOJ to remain independent

Special Counsel John Durham must have prosecutorial independence and all the resources necessary to complete his investigation into the origins of the Russia probe, GOP senators told DOJ Wednesday.


Ukraine shelling: Biden says 'reason to believe' Russia conducting false flag operation before invasion

President Biden on Thursday said the U.S. has reason to believe that Russia is "engaged in a false flag operation," and said he believes that an invasion into Ukraine "will happen in the next several days."


House committee asks government to end Trump hotel lease before Trump can sell it for $370 million

The House Oversight Committee is asking the General Services Administration to consider terminating the lease for the Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC, before the former president's business can sell it, in light of allegations that the Trump Organization submitted false financial statements to the federal government.


2 men free on bond from Texas jails shot dead hours apart in separate police-involved shootings

Two men in Texas killed in separate police-involved shootings within 12 hours of each other were free from jail on bond.

Wednesday, February 16, 2022

Wildfires used to ease in intensity at night. A study says it's not the case anymore

The West is burning out of control. Warmer temperatures and historically dry conditions are leading to longer and more devastating wildfire seasons than we have ever seen before.


Starbucks battles another backlash in China over 'misunderstanding' with police

Starbucks is facing its second controversy in China in two months, over what the coffee giant has described as a "misunderstanding" between its staff and a police officer.


Seattle mayor calls for more police with violent crime highest in 14 years: 'Status quo is unacceptable'

Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell promised in his first state of the city address Tuesday to tackle soaring crime by bringing more officers to the force in a city notorious for its anti-police sentiment.

Ohio Sen. Rob Portman endorses Jane Timken in Republican primary to replace him

Retiring Ohio Sen. Rob Portman Wednesday endorsed Jane Timken in the crowded GOP primary to replace him.


New York Assembly speaker not budging on bail reform policies despite concerns of violent crime

New York Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie, D-Bronx, has remained firm in his stance on bail reform policies for years and continues to do so despite concerns about violent crime in New York City.

Mugshots released of suspects in case of missing New York girl found under stairs

New mugshots released of three suspects in missing Paisley Shultis case ahead of first court appearance Wednesday afternoon

Biden orders release of Trump White House visitor logs to Congress

President Biden has ordered the National Archives to turn over Trump White House visitor logs to the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol riot, despite former President Donald Trump's claim of executive privilege.


Tuesday, February 15, 2022

Ex-Honduras president agrees to extradition to the US

The former President of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández, opted on Tuesday to surrender to US authorities a day after they issued an extradition warrant for him.


Pennsylvania man found dismembering girlfriend’s body after officers respond to domestic disturbance: police

Nicholas Scurria, 32, was arrested Friday after he was caught dismembering his girlfriend’s headless body when police responded to a domestic dispute call, authorities said.

Border Security Caucus seeks meeting with ICE, CBP chiefs over migrant crisis

FIRST ON FOX: The Congressional Border Security Caucus is seeking a meeting with the leaders of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) over the continuing crisis at the southern border -- as Republicans continue to press the Biden administration on the high migrant numbers.


Prince Andrew and Virginia Giuffre agree to settlement of sex abuse lawsuit

Prince Andrew and Virginia Giuffre have reached a settlement, according to a court document filed by Giuffre's attorneys Tuesday.


NYC woman stabbed to death in apartment, repeat offender arrested: 'Tragedy of epic proportions'

The former landlord and employer of a New York City woman are speaking out following her brutal killing on 'Fox & Friends First.'

Senate Republicans push resolution to reopen Capitol to the public

A new resolution from a group of Republican senators calls for the U.S. Capitol to reopen to public visitors after nearly two years of restrictions put in place at start of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Monday, February 14, 2022

Brian Laundrie death: Florida medical examiner investigators discovered 'handwritten half note' among remains

Warning: This story contains details that some may consider graphic in nature.

Florida suspected home intruder shot, killed after awakening sleeping residents

A man accused of breaking into a Florida couple's home overnight was shot and killed after awakening the sleeping residents early Saturday.

NYC landlord rips Manhattan DA Bragg after homeless career criminal arrested in Chinatown apartment stabbing

A New York City landlord blasted Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg after a homeless man with multiple open criminal offenses allegedly killed a woman inside her apartment on Sunday.

Chicago-area parents rally for school principal removed after making masks optional

Principal Jacob "Doc" Mathius of Queen of Martyrs Catholic School in Evergreen Park was placed on administrative leave after writing a letter to school families saying that masks would be optional for students, staff and faculty, parents told local news outlets.

Texas showdown: Bernie Sanders joins AOC in backing progressive challenge to moderate House Democrat

Sen. Bernie Sanders on Monday joined Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in backing the progressive challenge by Jessica Cisneros against longtime moderate Democratic Rep. Henry Cuellar of Texas.


Florida theater shooting trial begins in case against former Tampa police captain

Opening statements began Monday in the trial against a former Florida police captain accused of killing a man in 2014 during an argument over cell phone use in a movie theater.

Sunday, February 13, 2022

Virginia Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears: Lawlessness in America 'coming from the highest levels'

Virginia Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears argued that lawlessness in America is “coming from the highest levels,” explaining that she believes that includes the president.


National Security Adviser Sullivan describes what Russian invasion of Ukraine would 'likely' look like

National security adviser Jake Sullivan on Sunday said that he cannot “predict” what will happen in Ukraine, but said if Russia goes forward with an invasion, he said, “It's likely to begin with a significant barrage of missiles and bomb attacks.”


Florida man arrested for murder of brother 5 days after prison release, sheriff says

Daniel Redman, 29, has been charged in the murder of his 19-year-old brother in Inverness, Florida, just five days after being released from prison, authorities said.

Graham supports SC Judge J. Michelle Childs as possible Biden SCOTUS pick: ‘Anyone else would be problematic’

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., on Sunday threw support behind U.S. District Court Judge J. Michelle Childs of South Carolina as President Biden’s choice for Supreme Court nomination, saying any other candidate would be “problematic” in gaining votes from Republicans in the Senate divided along party lines.


Texas high school coach recovering after he was beaten by middle schoolers

Video shows Texas high school coach being attacked by middle schoolers.

Venice Beach residents demand LA officials act on homeless encampment, crime: ‘Finish the job’

A group of Venice Beach, California, residents is demanding Los Angeles city officials take action against crime and homeless overnight campers as tourists flood the hotspot ahead of the Super Bowl.

Pentagon spox says threat of Russia sanctions has 'deterrent effect', but admits invasion may be 'days away'

Pentagon press secretary John Kirby said Sunday the U.S. will not impose sanctions against Russia before any potential invasion of Ukraine, stating the threat of sanctions has a "deterrent effect."


Only 45% of Democrats want Biden as their 2024 nominee; just 50% of Republicans want Trump: poll

A new poll suggests less than half of Democrats want Joe Biden to be their 2024 presidential nominee. And only half of Republicans want Donald Trump to be their nominee


Saturday, February 12, 2022

Family of fallen Navy SEAL candidate remembers Kyle Mullen's 'seemingly endless impact on this world''

The family of Kyle Mullen, a Navy SEAL candidate who died of an unknown cause after successfully completing Hell Week, has released a statement thanking the public for its support and kindness after his death.

NYC Mayor Adams targets 'drill rap' videos on social media, saying they promote gun violence

New York City Mayor Eric Adams has announced he will be meeting with rappers and musical artists in the city to try and convince them not to glorify gun violence.


'Freedom Convoy' protesters enter Paris and block traffic before they're dispersed with tear gas

Protesters in a so-called "Freedom Convoy" made it past police checkpoints in central Paris on Saturday, with demonstrators completely blocking traffic in the French capital before they were met with tear gas fired by officers.


Biden, Putin speak on phone about Russia-Ukraine crisis for an hour

President Biden held a high-stakes phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin Saturday, amid dire warnings from the United States for Americans to evacuate Ukraine over the fears of an imminent Russian invasion.


Trump says Russia 'emboldened' on Ukraine after 'incompetent' US Afghanistan withdrawal

Former President Donald Trump on Saturday said that Russian President Vladimir Putin had been "emboldened" to invade Ukraine after witnessing the "incompetent" U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan last year – as he said that the U.S. would not be in this position if he was still in the White House.


Haiti 'categorically rejects' report following CNN investigation into presidential assassination

Haiti's government have said they "categorically reject" the allegations "published in the international press," following this week's publication of a CNN investigation into the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse.


Friday, February 11, 2022

Rep. Fallon introduces bill to scrap diversity visa lottery, limit asylum claims

FIRST ON FOX: Rep. Pat Fallon, R-Texas, introduced legislation on Friday that would scrap the diversity visa lottery and impose penalties on immigrants who have overstayed their visas -- and it includes provisions to prevent asylum fraud.


Adele pole dances at nightclub, sending fans crazy

Who would have thought the day would come when you could see the words "Adele," "pole dancing" and "beige pantsuit" in the same sentence?


NYC workers face termination for not following COVID-19 vaccine mandate

Several thousand New York City public workers could lose their jobs Friday if they don’t show they’ve complied with the city’s mandate requiring they receive at least two shots of the COVID-19 vaccine.

George Gascon recall campaign gets support from left-leaning Hollywood honchos

A campaign to recall Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon is receiving donations from high-profile figures across the political spectrum.


Dem senators urge ICE to provide boosters, vaccine 'education’ to detained illegal immigrants

Democratic senators are urging the Biden administration to provide COVID-19 boosters, as well as "vaccine and booster education" to illegal immigrants in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody, amid fears of rising COVID-19 cases in detention centers.


Rep. Comer accuses Fauci, CCP of covering up COVID origins 'from day one': 'Is he a mad scientist?'

House Oversight Committee ranking member James Comer, R-Ky., made accusations against Dr. and Anthony Fauci and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) during a Thursday phone interview with Fox News Digital, also blasting the Biden administration for wasting “a lot of time" to get to the bottom of the Wuhan lab leak theory


46 House Republicans call on Mayorkas to resign over ‘complete failure’ to lead DHS

Dozens of House Republicans are calling on Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to resign, citing a "complete failure" to lead the department – pointing to recent tensions with Border Patrol and the relentless crisis at the southern border.


Thursday, February 10, 2022

A tribal police officer in Arizona was shot and critically wounded

A male suspect began shooting at police officers. He shot and critically wounded one. The suspect fled on foot and has not yet been found by officers.

Rhode Island man barricades self in home, dies in standoff with police

A Rhode Island man who barricaded himself inside his Providence home early Thursday died during a standoff with police, authorities said.

Over 100 Republicans call on Biden to label fentanyl as a permanent 'Schedule 1' substance

Wisconsin Rep. Bryan Steil, a Republican, led a letter with nearly half of the House GOP Caucus to Biden, calling on the president to make fentanyl’s highly-illegal status permanent under the Controlled Substances Act.


Bernie Sanders on Democrats' stalled agenda: 'We have not been addressing the needs of the American people'

Sen. Bernie Sanders expressed frustration with the Democrats' failure to pass the sweeping Build Back Better plan and said it's time to force votes on key components of the agenda, starting with lowering prescription drug costs.


Discovery of what ailed Dolly the dinosaur is a first, researchers say

About 150 million years ago, a young long-necked dinosaur fell ill, likely coughing and suffering from a fever as it wandered what is now southwest Montana.


NYC Man allegedly tries to rape woman in broad daylight on subway train

A man allegedly tried to rape a woman on a New York City subway train Wednesday morning in the latest in a wave of sex attacks in the Big Apple.

Republicans concerned about Stanford law professor tapped to draw Connecticut redistricting map

The Stanford University law professor whose previous redistricting map Republicans say locked them out of Connecticut congressional seats was tapped by the state court to draw the newest map.


Wednesday, February 9, 2022

House Democrats reelection chair calls for rolling back COVID restrictions to ‘give people their lives back'

With nine months until the midterm elections, the House Democrats reelection chair calls for rolling back COVID restrictions to ‘give people their lives back'


3 friends plan final Super Bowl trip, attended last 55 together

Three friends have attending the last 55 Super Bowls together. All three are in their 80s and have discussed that it might be their last trip to a championship game due to health concerns.

New York to lift indoor mask mandate, but not for kids in schools

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul announced Wednesday that the state is lifting its statewide "mask-or-vaccine" requirement for indoor businesses effective Thursday, Feb. 10.


Kentucky seeking volunteers to verify foster children are placed in safe homes

Officials across the state of Kentucky are seeking volunteers to review foster children cases to ensure they are placed in safe, permanent homes as quickly as possible.

Tuesday, February 8, 2022

Man charged with federal wire fraud for silver dollar scam

A man in South Carolina was charged with federal wire fraud after scamming a man he met at a dance club into purchasing silver dollars and melting them down for profit.

Rep. Rosendale introduces bill to block military assistance to Ukraine until US border is secured

FIRST ON FOX: Rep. Matt Rosendale, R-Mont., on Tuesday introduced legislation that would block security and military assistance to Ukraine until the U.S. southern border is secured -- the latest example of Republican concern that Ukraine’s border security is being prioritized over American border security.


Philadelphia family held hostage for days in own home by armed ‘criminal gang,’ police say

A Philadelphia family was taken captive in their own home Friday evening by armed home intruders, who authorities say tortured a man and demanded that he withdraw large sums of cash.

New York sheriff's deputy and son shot to death in home, wife in critical condition

A sheriff's deputy, his wife and son were shot inside of their Syracuse home. The sheriff and his son are dead and the wife is in critical condition at a hospital.

Most homicide victims in many US cities are Black, key data shows

New York, Chicago and Los Angeles saw notable homicide spikes in 2021, while many other U.S. cities saw record-high homicide rates.

South Dakota 18-year-old sentenced for a fatal shooting, found guilty of second-degree murder

A Rapid City, South Dakota man was sentenced to 40 years in state prison for fatally shooting another man in 2018. He was found guilty of second-degree murder.

North Carolina man charged in own mother's stabbing and is being held without bond

A man in North Carolina has been charged with the stabbing of his own mother in Kannapolis. The woman was stabbed in the upper chest with a large knife and her son was taken into custody.

Monday, February 7, 2022

Pro-mask Democrats keep getting caught maskless

Prominent Democrats have been caught without masks despite telling others to wear them during the coronavirus pandemic.


Obama spotted maskless, surrounded by masked construction workers at new Hawaii mansion

Former President Barack Obama spotted maskless while speaking with masked construction developers working on his new Hawaii home.


Kansas police identify 2 shot and killed in apparent murder-suicide

Haley Powell of Wichita, died after being shot outside the Trails at Derby Apartments, the Wichita Eagle reported. Police said witnesses told officers that Tiryn Young, also of Wichita, had shot Powell.

Connecticut teacher arrested for pulling 12-year-old's hair: 'No justification'

A Connecticut teacher is set to appear in court Monday after allegedly pulling a 12-year-old student’s hair inside a classroom, reports say.

Trump 2020 campaign manager takes sides in Ohio’s GOP Senate showdown

Bill Stepien, who steered then President Trump's 2020 reelection campaign, is joining Mike Gibbons' Ohio GOP Senate campaign as a senior adviser


10 Cuban migrants rescued from sinking vessel off Florida coast

Six migrants were repatriated to Cuba, and four others were evacuated to Florida for medical treatment, the Coast Guard said.

Missouri gun law: state Supreme Court to hear arguments against new law

Missouri Supreme Court scheduled to hear arguments on the new state gun law on Monday


Sunday, February 6, 2022

Joe Biden should be thankful he's polling better than Boris Johnson

President Joe Biden has the worst approval rating after one year in office of nearly every elected president, except for former President Donald Trump. But a look across the Atlantic Ocean shows that things can always be worse for Biden.


Tennessee BLM founder sentenced to 6 years in prison for illegally voting

A Black Lives Matter chapter founder in Tennessee, Pamela Moses, sentenced to six years in prison for illegally registering to vote.

Sullivan teases what deal with Russia could look like, but warns if they invade Ukraine ‘we’re ready for that'

National security adviser Jake Sullivan said U.S. is prepared for multiple scenarios involving Russia and Ukraine, and outlined what a possible deal with Moscow could look like.


Eight killed in two days after third deadly avalanche hits Austria

One person was killed and four others injured in an avalanche in western Austria on Saturday, police said, a day after two other avalanches killed seven skiers as heavy snowfall followed by warmer weather made for unusually dangerous conditions.


How war has devastated Ukraine's coal industry

Ukraine was once Europe's third-largest coal producer. But production has dropped dramatically since 2014, when fighting broke out with pro-Russian separatists in the eastern Donbas region.


Smash-and-grab thieves strike multiple DC-area eyeglass stores in broad daylight

A string of smash-and-grabs at eyeglass stores in the Washington, D.C., area last month saw thieves target high-end frames and make off with tens of thousands of dollars in merchandise.

Democratic Sen. Manchin endorses Republican Sen. Murkowski for reelection

Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia endorsed Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska for reelection during a rare bipartisan interview Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union."


Saturday, February 5, 2022

Moroccan rescuers reach 'very advanced stage' in operation to save boy stuck in well

Moroccan rescuers have reached "a very advanced stage" in their attempt to reach a 5-year-old boy who is trapped in a well in the north of the African country, state media MAP reported on Saturday.


Brazilians protest over Congolese immigrant beaten to death

Protesters gathered across Brazil on Saturday to demand justice for Moise Kabagambe, whose family say he was beaten to death after asking for unpaid wages.


Some 50 Iranian MPs test positive for Covid-19 as Omicron rages, says lawmaker

Some 50 members of Iran's 290-seat parliament have contracted Covid-19, a senior MP said on Saturday as the Omicron variant spreads unabated across the country.


Why a toxic volcanic lake on Earth reminds scientists of Mars

Earth may be the only planet we know of with a dazzling array of life, but that doesn't mean our world is always a friendly one.


Fentanyl poisoning deaths double in 30 states over 2 years: study

Fentanyl poising deaths doubled in 30 states between 2019 and 2021, according to an analysis of U.S. government data.

Trump's January 6 pardon pledge baffles some attorneys

Donald Trump's pledge to pardon January 6 rioters may help fire up his supporters, but several defendants facing federal charges say they no longer believe the former President's promises.


France launches inquiry after spill of over 100,000 dead fish off Atlantic coast

A spill of more than 100,000 dead fish in the Atlantic Ocean off the French coast has been described by the French Maritime Minister as "shocking" in an incident that has drawn the attention of environmental activist groups.


Arizona Home Depot employee accused of replacing $400k with counterfeit bills

U.S. Secret Service officials on Friday arrested an Arizona Home Depot employee accused of replacing nearly $400,000 worth of cash with counterfeit bills.

Friday, February 4, 2022

Should the U.S. be boycotting the Olympics?

Olympic City locals weighed in on whether the United States should be boycotting the Olympics.

Texas drivers stranded for more than 12 hours on icy Interstate-10: report

Reports are emerging Friday of drivers in Texas being trapped for at least a dozen hours in freezing temperatures following accidents caused by icy road conditions along Interstate-10 outside of San Antonio.

California children robbed of iPhones on their way to school

The Los Angeles Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying four suspects accused of robbing two girls of their iPhones while they were on their way to school Wednesday.

Winter storm to bring icy conditions in Pennsylvania, New England

The massive winter storm that is continuing to move across the country on Friday is forecast to bring icy conditions and even more snow to the Northeast.

Pelosi fears 'for the physical safety' of US Olympic athletes who speak out against China

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi doubled down Friday on her warning to U.S. Olympic athletes to not speak out against the Chinese communist government while competing in the Beijing Olympics.


Discovery chief praises CNN ahead of merger, addresses ouster of network president Jeff Zucker

Discovery CEO David Zaslav praised CNN on Friday and said "news is going to be really critical" to the future of the soon to be combined Warner Bros. Discovery, despite the sudden ouster of CNN boss Jeff Zucker earlier this week.


Democrats, teachers unions fight to keep parents from learning what their kids are taught

Democrats and teachers unions are actively working to block school curriculum transparency bills that they say could bring undue censorship and backlash against educators.


Thursday, February 3, 2022

Border Patrol agents fired upon from Mexico, return fire: sources

FIRST ON FOX: Border Patrol agents patrolling the Rio Grande Valley Sector were fired upon from across the Mexican border on Wednesday, multiple law enforcement sources told Fox News.

Former Tennessee firefighter charged with arson, vandalism after multiple fires, authorities say

Former full-time firefighters Jason W. Greer, 40, has been arrested after an investigation found that he intentionally set multiple fires inside a structure last week, authorities said.

Democrats' key witness in NFL sexism hearing has history of sexist tweets

The Washington Football Team, now the Washington Commanders, and their “toxic workplace culture” will be the subject of a House Oversight Committee hearing on Thursday morning.


US Army to begin discharging soldiers who refuse Covid-19 vaccination

The US Army will begin discharging soldiers who refuse to be vaccinated against the coronavirus, unless the service member has an approved exemption or pending request.


Will a new tax dent business-friendly Dubai?

Almost 90% of Dubai's population is made up of foreigners who flocked to the Gulf business hub for its yearlong sunshine, a chance for prosperity and, of course, zero taxes.


Rudy Giuliani hits rock bottom (again) with 'The Masked Singer' cameo

There was a time in the not-too-distant past when Rudy Giuliani was seen as a future face of the Republican Party. Now, he's a punchline.


Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Black Lives Matter 'delinquent' on financial disclosures, risks tax-exempt status, California AG warns: report

Leaders of Black Lives Matter may be held personally liable for late fees after not properly filing financial disclosures with California.


Well-known Texas rapper 'Hotboy Wes' arrested for robbery

Wesley Lewis, 26, also known as "Hotboy Wes," was arrested on a warrant from the Hewitt Police Department.

Johnson grills DHS on migrant releases, as GOP pressure builds on border crisis

FIRST ON FOX: Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., is calling for answers to a slew of questions regarding the Biden administration’s handling of the crisis at the southern border and the release of migrants into the interior — as Republican pressure grows on the administration and the crisis rolls into its second year.


Texas good Samaritan shot several times while saving woman from suspect pointing gun at her

A good Samaritan in Texas is being hailed as a hero after he was shot several times after yelling at a suspect who was allegedly holding a woman at gunpoint early Tuesday.

Missing Kennedy Hoyle: Amber Alert issued for vanished Memphis newborn after mother shot dead

Tennessee officials issued an Ambert alert Wednesday morning for missing newborn Kennedy Hoyle after her mother was fatally shot Tuesday evening.

Georgia governor election 2022: Abrams hauls in $9.2M since launching campaign two months ago

Stacey Abrams raked in $9.2 million in fundraising since launching her Democratic bid for Georgia governor two months ago.


Tuesday, February 1, 2022

Shocking dashcam footage shows driver firing gun in road rage encounter

A driver's dashcam captured the moments leading up to him firing 11 rounds at another driver during a road rage encounter. CNN's Alexandra Field reports.


Supreme Court shouldn't be Ivy League-heavy, 2 lawmakers say

Eight of the nine current Supreme Court members went to law school at either Harvard or Yale. But it would be good if the person who replaces retiring Justice Stephen Breyer doesn’t have an Ivy League degree, according to Jim Clyburn and Lindsey Graham.

Mexico’s migration system is overwhelmed and undermanned, but by design says official

Mexican official from nation's migration institute speaks to Fox News.


Utah woman dies after suffering gunshot wound in apparent hunting accident, authorities say

A 58-year-old Utah woman died Monday in an apparent hunting accident after suffering a gunshot wound while sitting in a side-by-side utility terrain vehicle, authorities said.

Biden admin working to harden Ukrainian cyber defenses amid warning of potential Russian cyberattacks

The Biden administration is working with Ukraine to "harden" its cyber defenses as it warns cyberattacks could be part of a "broad-based Russian effort" to "destabilize" and further invade the country, senior administration officials told Fox News.


Hawley seeks answers on ‘unacceptable’ TSA policy of allowing illegal immigrants to use warrants as ID

Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., on Tuesday pushed the Biden administration for answers on what he described as an "unacceptable" policy by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to allow illegal immigrants to use civil immigration arrest warrants to board planes.


Georgetown's Ilya Shapiro on leave over tweets about Biden saying he'll nominate Black woman to Supreme Court

Ilya Shapiro says he's confident Georgetown will find he didn't violate any policies with his controversial tweets about President Biden's pledge to nominate a Black woman to the Supreme Court.


Utah construction worker rescued after being fully buried at site, fire officials say

A Utah construction worker was rescued after being "completely buried" in an apparent accident on Monday evening, authorities sai...