Friday, October 22, 2021

Alex Murdaugh 911 calls released: Lawyer pleads for help as witness says scene 'looks like a setup'

The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) released 911 calls Friday revealing the moment prominent lawyer Alex Murdaugh told dispatchers he was "having trouble seeing" and "bleeding a lot" following a botched suicide plot on Sept. 4 — and of a witness who described the scene as looking like a "setup."

Senate Republicans to soon find out if they've landed a top 2022 recruit

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu, who national Republicans have been trying to recruit to run for the Senate in the key battleground state, says he'll soon have a 2022 decsion


White House report on climate, migration opens door to refugee status for 'environmental defenders’

A new White House report on the alleged links between climate change and migration opened the door to potentially giving refugee status to those who are classed as "climate activists" or "environmental defenders."


Do McAuliffe supporters believe parents should have a say in what schools teach?

Supporters of Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe tell Fox News what role they think parents should play in deciding what children are taught.

Oklahoma tornadoes in October break state record

The tornadoes that brought baseball-sized hail and high winds to Oklahoma last week reportedly made this October the state's most active on record. 

Supreme Court agrees to hear 2 challenges to Texas abortion law

The Supreme Court has agreed to expedite and hear two challenges to Texas' new anti-abortion law, which effectively bans most abortions after six weeks.


US counterintelligence officials warn of threats from China, Russia to emerging technology

The National Counterintelligence and Security Center on Friday said it is prioritizing industry outreach efforts in U.S. technology sectors where the stakes are “potentially greatest” for U.S. economic and national security, warning of “nation-state threats” posed by China and Russia.


Dianne Feinstein on abortion: California senator suggests a 15-week fetus isn't a human being

Sen. Dianne Feinstein commented on whether she thought a 15-week fetus was human -- touching on a raging debate surrounding the MIssissippi ...