Kate Beckinsale and Pete Davidson are being civil on social media after their split. Though the couple broke up in April, they are both following each other on Instagram. Davidson reportedly started following
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., knocked President Trump's behavior, suggesting he wasn't "presidential" when he called her "Crazy Nancy" during a news conference on Thursday. "When the 'extremely
NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has called for boycotts of several states that have enacted pro-life legislation in recent weeks. Abdul-Jabbar wrote an op-ed in The Hollywood Reporter in which he invited
Rush Limbaugh: Trump attacks from Dems due to 'inability to accept they failed' with Russia investigation
Top Democrats are demanding further probes of President Trump and attacking him because they cannot get past the Russia investigation's conclusion, Rush Limbaugh said. The conservative radio host made
Just after 9 a.m Sunday, witnesses on the ground in the remote Syrian countryside near the border of Idlib province claimed they saw more than 40 rockets slash through the sky, along with three different-looking
John Walker Lindh, dubbed the "American Taliban," will certainly go back to terrorism after his release from prison on Thursday, retired Navy Seal Rob O'Neill said. O'Neill, known for participating in
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — As the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower's landing approaches next year, there is a growing push to change the Massachusetts state flag because of its depiction of a Native American.
Charlie Sheen confirms he once brought a ’lady of the night’ to ex Denise Richards’ home on Thanksgiving
Two days after his ex-wife Denise Richards revealed he once brought a "hooker" to her home on Thanksgiving, Charlie Sheen is speaking out about the story, admitting that it is, in fact true. "The Two a
Republican who called for Trump impeachment doubles down, says some of president's actions have been 'corrupt'
Rep. Justin Amash, R-Mich., continued criticizing President Trump on Thursday, claiming that he engaged in both "inherently corrupt" actions as well as actions that were corrupt because of his intent.
LINCOLN, Neb. – Police in Lincoln, Nebraska, are investigating an assault on a Muslim woman as a possible hate crime. Police tell the Lincoln Journal Star that the 18-year-old victim was walking Wednesday
The Pentagon on Thursday presented proposals to the White House at a meeting on sending military reinforcements to the Middle East to beef up defenses against Iran amid heightened tensions in the region,
RIO DE JANEIRO – A top Brazilian military court has ordered nine soldiers to be released while they await trial in an April shooting that killed two people in Rio de Janeiro, an incident that caused national
EAGLE LAKE, Miss. - Life, as most people know it, has come to a slow halt in the Mississippi Delta. More than 500,000 acres of land, according to the Mississippi Levee Board, has been covered by backwater
Two barges carrying thousands of pounds of fertilizer broke loose from their moorings Wednesday night and floated down the swollen Arkansas River before slamming into a dam, according to multiple reports.
Proud American: Mario Andretti talks to Fox News Autos about the 50th anniversary of his Indy 500 win
Mario Andretti became the Mario Andretti of legend on May 30, 1969. That’s the day he won his first Indianapolis 500 in commanding fashion, defeating second-place Dan Gurney by nearly two laps. He never
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – An outbreak of nasty storms spawned tornadoes that razed homes, flattened trees, tossed cars across a dealership lot and injured dozens of people in Missouri's capital city and killed
STARKE, Fla. – The Latest on Execution-Serial Killer (all times local): Prison officials say no one visited a serial killer facing execution for a murder spree that claimed the lives of 10 women in Florida
Counselor to President Trump Kellyanne Conway said on Thursday that Democrats’ allegation the administration set a trap for them was incorrect. During “America’s Newsroom,” Conway told Bill Hemmer and
Senate approves $19 billion disaster-relief bill after Trump backs off from demand for border security money
The Senate on Thursday afternoon approved a $19 billion disaster-relief bill to help several states and Puerto Rico recover from hurricanes, floods and wildfires -- after President Trump backed off from
Alabama lawmakers abruptly adjourned Wednesday after a one member called for the censure of another over comments that included calling Donald Trump Jr. "retarded or crazy" during a debate earlier this
President Trump said at a freewheeling news conference Thursday that reports of his behavior during a meeting the previous day with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, whom he called “Crazy Nancy,” were untrue
Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie said Thursday he has focused on putting in place people at the V.A. who "understand the culture and know the language of service." Joining Harris
WASHINGTON – The U.S. filed new charges Thursday against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, accusing him of placing the United States at risk of "serious harm" by publishing thousands of secret and classified
Assange indicted on 18 counts, accused of coordinating with Manning to leak classified national-security docs
A federal grand jury returned an 18-count superseding indictment on Thursday charging WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with a slew of offenses over his alleged role in one of the largest leaks of classified
A family in Bainbridge, Ga., had the “surprise of a lifetime” when they found a massive alligator soaking in some sun in their front yard. The Bainbridge Public Safety Department took to Facebook with