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"The more shocking a news story is, the more likely it's bullshit!" -- Michael Rivero
A federal agency is pondering whether artificial intelligence might someday be used to help the government identify duplicative or overly burdensome federal rules that need to be cut back
A trove of photos from Hunter Biden's laptop will be made available to the public through a new website launching Thursday.
A Florida veteran and MMA fighter put on a show for nearly 200 people outside a Jacksonville elementary school when he jostled a 10-foot-gator before wrangling it into submission, video shows.
Chile's state-owned copper mining giant Codelco on Wednesday shut down its Ventanas copper smelter after decades of polluting Quintero Bay with toxic gases and turning it, along with 15 other companies, into what environmentalists called a "sacrifice zone."
The quiet beaches and rural villages of Normandy, France, exploded with fire and fury in the early morning hours of June 6, 1944.
National Olive Day is June 1, and there are a number of ways to enjoy the drupe fruit.
Olives are often used plain or stuffed with garlic or cheese in cocktails such as dirty martinis.
They are also used as a snack item on charcuterie boards, in salads or eaten alone. They are also pressed down into a liquid to create olive oil, a cooking essential.
A web address on a license plate in Maryland is unintentionally leading to the wrong destination.
One week after Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., demanded answers from the Department of Defense about why a "child-friendly" drag show was being hosted at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada, the show was abruptly canceled.
One 12-year-old's lawsuit against his school for allegedly violating his First Amendment rights after he was prohibited from wearing a shirt that said "There are only two genders" hits a speed bump after a District Court hearing.
America is at a once-in-a-generation turning point around work: 70% of us are unhappy with what we do; three-quarters of us say we plan to look for new work this year. Altogether, 100 million Americans will sit down with someone they love this year and say, "I’m not happy with what I’m doing and want to do work that makes me happy."
The University of North Carolina (UNC) medical school disbanded its diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) task force without implementing its recommendations, just months after banning DEI statements from admission, hiring, promotion and tenure.
A Michigan man is in jail after he allegedly killed his half-sister on Friday in the parking lot of a family business.
A Dallas, Texas man was arrested this week after his girlfriend allegedly told him to "smoke" a girl he used to "talk to," according to reports.
FOX 4 in Dallas reported that officers with the Dallas Police Department responded to a shooting on South Malcolm X Boulevard at about 1 a.m. on May 20.
Artificial intelligence can be a hard concept for adults to fully wrap their heads around, so explaining it to kids is even harder. Having to explain this technology to kids is fairly uncharted territory, but something necessary to do since they are more than likely being exposed to it every day.
The U.S. Coast Guard is continuing to search for the 35-year-old man
The FBI is now investigating after a man fell from his Carnival Cruise stateroom balcony on early Monday morning off the coast of Florida.
Former San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin was named executive director of the University of California, Berkeley law school's new research and advocacy center.
Williams College's official website spoke about the monument's association with 'Christian imperialism and colonialism.'
A monument dedicated to Christian missionaries that serves as a popular spot for prayer was vandalized earlier multiple times at Williams College earlier this month.
The Haystack Monument on Williams College campus was dedicated to a
Prominent liberal supporters of two high-profile California criminal justice reform ballot measures promoted as a benefit to public safety remained largely silent when asked by Fox News Digital about surging crime gripping the Golden State.
The Democratic Party and its allies in the media, academia, Hollywood and corporate America are weaponizing race to divide our country and win political power. According to the radical left, racism is rampant in America and must be remedied by a progressive agenda that defunds our police, releases violent criminals without bail, and indoctrinates our children to believe their future is dictated by their skin color.
BALTIMORE – Some parents fear sending their children to school as Charm City faces a surge in youth homicides and shootings.
An Illinois jury has found a former "Family Feud" contestant guilty in the murder of his estranged wife. Timothy Bliefnick was convicted on all charges in the murder of the accomplished nurse and fixture in her local church, amid a grueling divorce and custody battle.
The Detroit Pistons are reportedly set to give Monty Williams, the winningest head coach in the NBA since 2021, the biggest deal for a coach in NBA history.
A California parent is upset about their kids school hosting a Pride assembly told Fox News Digital the school district should not be teaching minors LGBTQ content.
Actor Armie Hammer is speaking out after it was announced he will not face sexual assault charges following a review by the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office.
Actor Danny Masterson was taken away in handcuffs and will be held without bail until sentencing
Danny Masterson was found guilty Wednesday in his rape retrial. He was found guilty on two counts of forcible rape. The jury was hung on a third charge.
James Corden appears to be the latest star to meet up with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Britney Spears doesn't appear to have an issue with her sons moving away from Los Angeles with their father Kevin Federline.
"General Hospital" alum Tyler Christopher was arrested Friday evening for public intoxication after he was found sleeping on the floor at the Hollywood Burbank Airport, police confirmed Wednesday.
32-year-old victim suffered gunshot wounds to chest
A man was arrested early Wednesday in New York City after fatally shooting an armed robber in Queens, according to law enforcement.
Police say gunfire broke out around 2 a.m. Wednesday near Queens Criminal Court in Kew Gardens after the now-deceased victim, 32, approached the older man, 65, with an unidentified object in his hand.