Prince Harry’s biographer Angela Levin isn’t a fan of “The Crown.”
A Detroit police office died on Wednesday after he was shot by a suspect who police say was indiscriminately firing a gun.
Small groups of Western combat veterans are on the front lines, but many more with fewer skills are left trying to find a role to play.
Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering spoke on MSNBC’s “The ReidOut” about her city’s gun control laws in the wake of a mass shooting that killed seven people and wounded dozens.
Fox News host Larry Kudlow discusses what the Biden administration should be doing in an effort to lower Europe's dependency on Russian oil and gas on "Hannity."
Fox News host Tucker Carlson slams the Biden administration for selling the country's emergency oil reserves to China on Wednesday's "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
Former Rep. Jason Chaffetz spoke with comedian Adam Carolla on "Hannity" Wednesday about California Gov. Gavin Newsom's recent travel hypocrisy in Montana.
The New York Times ran cover for the so-called "Disinformation Governance Board" and its director Nina Jankowicz following DHS putting the board on "pause" amid intense backlash.
Former senior Trump counselor Kellyanne Conway addressed Democrats distancing themselves away from President Biden Wednesday on "Jesse Watters Primetime."
Republican nominee for Illinois governor Darren Bailey once held a campaign fundraising event where he raffled off a Smith & Wesson AR-15.
A tipster who officials are calling a "hero" may have prevented a mass shooting at a July 4 event in Richmond, Virginia.
Silence fell outside the Jackson Women's Health Organization, Mississippi's only abortion clinic, after a final clash between opponents and supporters of abortion rights.
Nineteen people get long jail terms for crimes against humanity during the military rule in 1976-83.
Former New York Rep. Anthony Weiner released the first episode of his new podcast "Keys to the City" on Wednesday following several years of sexual scandals.
An explosion during a family July Fourth celebration went wrong and caused a giant fire that prompting a family to flee from their front lawn.
Online privacy is a hope for many. But tech companies collect data in unexpected and tricky ways. Here's some tips and tricks to get around those.
A United States Park Police helicopter landed on I-395 in Washington, D.C. Wednesday to rescue a motorcycle officer who'd been involved in a crash.
Pennsylvania Republicans are seeing signs of GOP voters distancing themselves from party nominee Doug Mastriano in the governor's race against Josh Shapiro.
The BA.4 and BA.5 omicron subvariants are now dominant in the U.S They pose a greater challenge to vaccine protection, but symptoms remain the same.
Highland Park shooter Bobby Crimo's online posts set off red flags, but the First Amendment and nonspecific content pose challenges for the FBI.
A Florida man who was arrested on sexual assault charges against a child on Sunday was hit with additional counts for allegedly assault a sheriff's deputy.
Former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, joins 'Jesse Watters Primetime' to discuss the lack of trust in government that is coming from the American people.
In what is described as the biggest ever power crisis, there are blackouts of up to six hours a day.
The video sharing app is making some Arab youth rich - but for others the dream is way out of reach.
The Indonesian island wants holidaymakers to come back as it reopens after two years.
The destruction of Russian tanks in Ukraine has raised questions over its future in modern warfare.
False suggestions that Sydney floods were linked to weather manipulation reach thousands online.
The Biden administration's response to a group of progressive senators' request to deschedule marijuana was "extraordinarily disappointing," the senators wrote.
Rapper Nuke Bizzle has agreed to plead guilty to fraud and illegal firearms charges after he rapped about obtaining fraudulent COVID-19 unemployment benefits in a music video.
Washington Post Opinion columnist Dana Milbank seemed to abandon all pretense of nonpartisanship by calling upon Democrats to “give Joe Biden a break.”
Jerry Harris admitted to exchanging lewd pictures with children that he knew to be underage.
A top prosecutor gave the new figure to the BBC, but admitted many trials would be held in absentia.
A farm house in Battle Creek, Iowa exploded Wednesday morning reducing the property rubble and sending three people to the hospital with severe burns.
Days before a mass shooting in Sacramento left four men injured and one dead on July 4, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed two new gun-control bills into law.
Speaking alongside his UK counterpart, FBI head Christopher Wray issued his starkest warning yet about the national security threat to the West from China.
Fox News co-host Jeanine Pirro laid out why she thinks the father of Richard Crimo is 'culpable' for the mass shooting after he allegedly helped his son obtain a gun permit.
Jerry Harris, from the Netflix cheerleading documentary 'Cheer,' received a 12-year federal prison sentence for soliciting sex from minors and child pornography.
Fox News host Jesse Watters explained why many Americans lack confidence in the presidency and U.S. institutions on Wednesday's "Jesse Watters Primetime."
Fox News contributor Bill Bennett and other guests on the "Special Report" All-Star panel probed the Fourth of July parade mass shooting on Wednesday.
The Chagos Islands football team are trying to keep the story of their ancestors alive, 6,000 miles from their disputed homeland.
The NEA teachers union's proposed resolutions called for the word 'mother' to be switched out for 'birthing parent' in the 2022 Representative Assembly.
During the finale of the Netflix series, Eddie Munson, played by Joseph Quinn, strums "Master of Puppets" on the guitar to do his part in taking down this season’s villain.
Politico’s Alex Thompson suggested that the White House blatantly ignored his request for a comment on the recent news surrounding communications director Kate Bedingfield.
Netflix series 'Outer Banks' stand-in Alexander 'AJ' Jennings was killed in hit-and-run collision while walking in Charleston, South Carolina, after July Fourth.
Fox News host Greg Gutfeld claimed the Republican Party needs to be "persuasive" to voters during this year's midterms amid the "lack of optimism" across the nation on 'The Five.'
A wave of resignations and calls for him to step down showed the prime minister’s support within his Conservative Party melting away, but he remained defiant.
Authorities have requested a "hold for feds" detainer on Texas cycling love triangle murder suspect Kaitlin Armstrong following the death of Anna Moriah "Mo" Wilson in Austin.
Lawrence O’Donnell blamed Republicans for the Highland Park shooting, claiming they “do everything they can” to ensure Americans are the “best equipped mass murderers in the world.”
Aaron Judge and the New York Yankees didn't get a contract extension worked out before opening day, but team owner Hal Steinbrenner doesn't appear to be worried.
Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon could face a recall election if the 717,000 signatures turned in to officials Wednesday are verified.
Jerry Harris, one of the breakout stars of the Netflix docuseries "Cheer," was sentenced Wednesday to TK years in prison on federal charges involving child sexual abuse images.
Actor Brad Pitt recently shared that he believes he has prosopagnosia, or "face blindness." Fox News Digital interviewed an expert about this troubling neurological condition.
Ted Williams spotlighted 'troubling' behavior from the parents of the suspect accused of killing at least 7 at the Highland Park Fourth of July parade on 'Your World.'
Jerone Davison released a controversial campaign ad in his bid for Arizona's 4th Congressional District, where he wards off the KKK with an AR-15.
Las Vegas officials are weighing a 21-and-under curfew following two recent shootings on Fremont Street downtown. The latest shooting occurred July 4 after a fight broke out.
Two plane crash survivors were rescued by a Coast Guard crew in Alaska on Tuesday after their aircraft went down on an island.
Former New York Times journalist Alex Berenson returned to Twitter on Wednesday after he was given a "permanent "ban for allegedly violating the platform's COVID "misinformation" policy.
Operation Lone Star, which was launched last year in Texas amid surging border crossings, is under investigation by the DOJ, according to public records.