In this week's In Case You Missed It, we round up some of the video stories that might have passed you by.
Jeanine Pirro spoke with Fox News contributor Ari Fleischer on "Hannity" about President Joe Biden's tweet to gas companies, demanding they lower prices at the pump.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson reflects on the Highland Park 4th of July shooting and discusses the correlation between prescription drugs and mass shootings.
Jesse Watters says, unlike celebs, normal people who celebrate July 4th don't renounce their U.S. citizenship, shoot people, attack cops or invite Hunter Biden over.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is striking a different tone just days after cursing out Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas over his support for overturning Roe v. Wade.
Six of the seven victims killed during a Highland Park, Illinois July Fourth parade were identified Tuesday. They range from 35 to 88 years old.
CERN, the world's largest atom smasher, has resumed operations after a three-year pause for maintenance and routine checks, observing three new exotic particles.
All 30 NATO allies signed accession protocols for Sweden and Finland to join the alliance on Tuesday after Turkey dropped its opposition to the expansion.
Georgetown University law professor Rosa Brooks lamented how Americans are “slaves” to the Supreme Court's adherence to the Constitution when it comes to gun laws.
Despite President Joe Biden's repeated reassurances, talk of a recession is surging in Washington and on Wall Street, Politico reported Monday.
A real estate firm that appraised Trump Organization properties is being held in contempt by a judge over its failure to hand over documents in a civil probe.
The Justice Department filed a lawsuit against an Arizona law that requires proof of citizenship for voting in federal elections.
The parents of the 2-year-old boy found in the chaotic aftermath of the Highland Park parade shooting were identified Tuesday as Kevin and Irina McCarthy.
A member of New York City Mayor Eric Adams' advance team was robbed at gunpoint in Brooklyn around 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, according to reports.
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Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk embraced the spirit of July 4th by condemning censorship with some humor: clearly fake Tweet showing Paul Revere getting fact-checked by Twitter.
Amanda Kloots remembered her late husband, Broadway star Nick Cordero, on the second anniversary of his death following complications due to the coronavirus.
Grammy award-winning singer Macy Gray discusses how she defines a woman and her thoughts on gender-affirming surgery on Piers Morgan's show "Piers Morgan Uncensored."
Vice President Kamala Harris made an unscheduled visit to a northern Chicago suburb Tuesday evening a day after a mass shooting ravaged the town.
Judge Jeanine and "The Five" discuss the overwhelming crisis at the border that Texas counties have now labeled as an "invasion" and President Biden's policy failure.
It has been more than a month since the rapper was shot dead. But he is still making headlines.
Rescuers have found body parts in the search for hikers missing after a powerful avalanche killed at least seven people in Italy.
Two trans women in Amsterdam are planning a refuge in Kenya for trans people at risk all over the world.
Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin and state Sen. Roland Gutierrez are asking Gov. Abbott to remove the district attorney from oversight of a compensation fund for victims.
Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson condemned the modern Republican Party for sullying President Abraham Lincoln’s legacy in a scathing piece released on July 4.
Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is expected to be sentenced this week for federal charges in the May 2020 killing of George Floyd.
People are losing faith in democracy to deliver economic stability across Middle East and North Africa, according to a major new survey.
Two top cabinet members resigned from the scandal-scarred British prime minister’s government. Some wondered if the master of political survival could pull off another save.
Joshua Perry, the owner of Baden K9, highlights the benefits of specially trained dogs in schools for protection, deterrence and detection of bad actors.
The group working to recall Los Angeles County DA George Gascon will turn in signed petitions to officials Wednesday in an effort to trigger a recall election.
A CDC investigation traced a multistate Listeria outbreak to ice cream products from Big Olaf Creamery in Sarasota, Florida.
"The Five" co-host Greg Gutfeld discussed the latest updates after a July 4 mass shooting at a holiday parade left seven people dead and dozens more wounded.
Russian-born Ekaterina Volkova was injured in an air strike on her apartment that killed her Ukrainian husband.
Former State Department spokesperson Morgan Ortagus spoke to "Special Report" about addressing the mental health crisis following the Highland Park July 4 shooting.
A Washington Post opinion piece on Tuesday called mass shootings like the one in Highland Park “as American as apple pie” because of the gun regime and the Second Amendment.
San Antonio authorities arrested and charged Rodolfo Aceves, 19, with terroristic threats after he allegedly plotted a mass shooting at an Amazon warehouse.
Former NYPD commissioner Howard Safir considered the July 4 parade mass shooting in Highland Park, Ill. from various perspectives Tuesday on "Your World."
It is part of an escalation in activity in US courts as states seek to impose abortion restrictions.
A-list celebrities like Christie Brinkley flocked to Long Island’s East End to rub elbows with Hamptonites for Fourth of July weekend.
Transportation Secretary Buttigieg blamed oil companies and Russia's war in Ukraine for the record-high gas prices, and outlined his plans to address travel turmoil.
The Justice Department is seeking to block an Arizona law that will require proof of citizenship for voters to cast ballots in federal elections.
Minnesota police found a missing 6-year-old's cellphone at Mississippi River Park days after her mother's suicide.
A federal judge threw out a host of actions by the Trump administration to roll back protections for endangered or threatened species.
A YouTube channel with numerous videos featuring the suspect in Monday’s Highland Park shooting posted clips that telegraphed violence, including one that
Republican Senate nominee Herschel Walker showcases that he’s a "uniter" who wants to “bring people together” in the first TV ad of his general election campaign in Georgia.
Vice President Kamala Harris traveled to Chicago Tuesday and addressed the Fourth of July shooting at a parade in Highland Park that claimed the lives of seven and left dozens injured.
Dozens of shooting incidents and homicides were reported in cities across the U.S. over the July 4th weekend. In Chicago, 81 victims were shot between Friday and Monday.
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Suspect in mass shooting at Independence Day parade near Chicago charged with seven counts of murder
Chris Rock and Lake Bell seemingly continue to fuel romance rumors as they're spotted on an intimate dinner date in Los Angeles over Fourth of July holiday.
Giant African snails have reemerged in Pasco County, Florida. Action is being taken to quarantine and eliminate the snails but there is still a risk to humans.
Washington Post columnist Karen Tumulty is calling on Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin and "sane" Republicans like him to run for president in 2024.
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre confirmed Tuesday that Joe Biden read the letter sent by WNBA star Brittney Griner and that her safe return home remains a "priority."
Japan's Defense Ministry says it spotted Chinese and Russian warships sailing inside the contiguous zone near the dispute East China Sea islands.
Border Patrol Council VP Art Del Cueto raises concern about the border crisis on "America Reports" after Texas counties push the federal government to help.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is holding the United States Innovation and Competition Act hostage, in an effort to block Democrats' partisan spending bill.
Mississippi's only abortion clinic will shut down this week after a judge declined to block a trigger law banning most abortions from taking effect.
The British Foreign Office warns against all but essential travel to Sri Lanka as it faces its worst economic crisis in seven decades.
R&B singer R. Kelly was taken off suicide watch Monday after being placed on watch Friday following his New York trial in which he was sentenced to 30 years behind bars.
LA Times columnist Jean Guerrero wrote an op-ed on the Fourth of July expressing her resentment toward the American flag and desire to take it back from who she perceives as 'fascists'.