The California Highway Patrol Golden Gate Division Air Operations responded Thursday to Mussel Rock near Daly City, California, to help rescue a man who was stranded halfway down a 500-foot cliff, authorities said.
Temperatures in Tokyo surpassed 95 degrees for the eighth straight day on Saturday, a streak seen only once before since 1875.
The restrictions adopted in New York are likely to end up in another legal challenge.
The first Black female justice has joined the Supreme Court. But 2022's decisions on abortion and guns highlight white supremacy — even from Clarence Thomas.
The Kremlin’s explanations have sometimes satisfied the Russian people, but they fall apart under closer scrutiny abroad.
A father and his teenage son were killed in a plane crash in Idaho, according to the Valley County Sheriff’s Office. They were the sole occupants in the plane.
Three Kentucky police officers and a police K9 were killed during a shooting Thursday at the suspect's home, where officers attempted to serve an arrest warrant.
In 2020, the BBC revealed that vast quantities of protected rosewood were being trafficked from Senegal.
Oscar Pistorius, who was jailed after being found guilty of murdering his ex-partner Reeva Steenkamp, has met her father, as he bids for parole.
Dan Werthimer has spent more than four decades trying to eavesdrop on aliens.
Gas prices are soaring. Biden’s gas tax holiday won't fix that.
Jerry Hall filed for divorce from billionaire husband Rupert Murdoch on Friday, citing “irreconcilable differences,” six years after the pair married.
A Supreme Court case that will decide the power state legislatures wield over congressional and presidential elections could have far-reaching implications for
The country has never mandated masks or vaccinations, but it’s evaded the worst of Covid, thanks to a fear of public shaming and the “self restraint police.”
A Virgin Group spokesperson said the effort would turn to finding ways the international community could support the project.
Ricky Martin faces a lawsuit of more than $3 million as his former campaign manager and adviser Rebecca Drucker claims he breached their contract after she saved and revived his professional career.
Portland police declared an unlawful assembly Friday night after demonstrators had marched through the city, allegedly 'damaging property' and 'breaking windows.'
Two British men detained by Kremlin forces in separatist-held eastern Ukraine have been charged with "mercenary activities", according to Russian state media.
The body of one child was recovered from a Minnesota lake Friday as officials continued to search the area for two more children and their mother, officials
Five people were killed and 44 others injured in a magnitude-6.3 earthquake in southern Iran on Saturday, state television reported.
Julia Ward Howe gave America some of the most inspirational words ever. "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" inspired Union soldiers to march to their death to liberate slaves.
Americans in Washington, D.C., and in New York City share whether they're proud to be American and why they love the United States ahead of Independence Day.
Cecilie Fjellhøy from Norway, Pernilla Sjöholm from Sweden and Ayleen Charlotte of Amsterdam have teamed up with Chagit Leviev, CEO of Leviev Diamonds, to launch a bracelet called “Stronger Together.”
A New Jersey man convicted of murdering three family members and a family friend on New Year's Eve in 2017 has been sentenced to 150 years in prison.
Ukrainian soldiers have been chipping away at Russian frontline positions in the southern part of the country.
Rep. Lee Zeldin, R-N.Y. and gubernatorial candidate, responded to Gov. Kathy Hochul signing a strict gun control bill into law on "The Ingraham Angle."
New York passed a new gun bill Friday after the Supreme Court ruled last week that most residents have a constitutional right to obtain a concealed carry permit.
Greg Gutfeld reacted to the L.A. Times' recap of late night shows' coverage of the January 6 Committee hearings, while "mysteriously" leaving off one show on "Gutfeld!"
Elon Musk broke his Twitter silence on Friday, sharing a pair of photos of his ex-wife Talulah Riley, and another photo of Pope Francis and four of Musk's children.
Fox News host Brian Kilmeade reacted to criticism of the EPA ruling and Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas in the opening monologue of "The Ingraham Angle."
Rep. Jeff Van Drew shares his thoughts on what the White House's comment regarding the "liberal world order" means for Americans on "The Ingraham Angle."
Many of the fighters for Ukraine’s western territorial defense units were assigned benign tasks away from the fighting when they first joined. Then they were called to the front to fight.
Legal analyst Gregg Jarrett discusses what would be likely to happen if Congress were to work to codify Roe v. Wade into law on 'Hannity.'
Joe Concha discusses how Americans and now the press are turning on Biden and disappointed in the state of the country on 'Hannity.'
Felicia Sonmez, who was fired by WAPO last month for her relentless Twitter attacks towards colleagues, says she working with the paper's guild to get her job back.
Congressman Michael Waltz addressed Fox News polling data that says pride in the U.S. is down significantly by taking aim at the education system and Biden's rhetoric
Arizona Senate candidate Jim Lamon weighed in on the southern border crisis from Arizona's perspective and offered solutions Friday on "Jesse Watters Primetime."
Two Arizona state lawmakers who promoted Donald Trump's stolen election falsehoods have been issued subpoenas by the Justice Department in its Jan. 6 probe.
An ex-boyfriend has been arrested in the killing of a woman who was shot in the head as she pushed her baby in a stroller in New York City, police said Friday.
A gym in Washington, D.C. apologized after its members' pool club bar served a drink intended to be in honor of Juneteenth, allegedly called “Watermelon Henny Lemonade."
A Texas man embroiled in a feud with is neighbor got a 45-year prison sentenced after he was convicted of killing her, prosecutors said Thursday
"Special Report" All-Star panel sounded off on the Senate filibuster, President Biden passing the buck on inflation and this week's winners and losers on Friday.
A week has passed since the decision which altered this country forever, and small-town America is organising.
R. Kelly has been placed on suicide watch for "purely punitive reasons," his attorney said Friday, days after he was sentenced to 30 years in prison.
American four-star General Christopher Cavoli was sworn in as the new Supreme Allied Commander and head of U.S. European Command a day after a two-day NATO summit.
The ex-boyfriend of a woman shot and killed while pushing a baby stroller in New York City this week has been arrested
Heidi Klum has more than one talent. The supermodel revealed that she can control her own sweat.
A Texas man was arrested on June 25 after allegedly making a "terrorist threat" toward the Supreme Court after the reversal of Roe v. Wade.
Throughout the war in Ukraine, Russia has carried out consistent attacks on the country's rail system.
Fox News contributor Johnny "Joey" Jones reacts to a Fox News poll showing national pride is down among many from all parties on "Jesse Watters Primetime."
Rallies take place in Tobruk, Tripoli and other cities amid anger at the country's political deadlock.
Johnny "Joey" Jones and "The Five" discuss airlines’ struggles to meet summer travel demands and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg’s ineffectiveness.
A 12-month-old baby in North Carolina was left in a hot car and died after her father reportedly left her inside,
If Donald Trump runs for president again, he’ll likely be the party's nominee. But a raft of GOP candidates look ready to take him on.
Developers are moving away from stereotypes of Arab characters and depicting them more positively.
A European monitoring group said the quake, which struck early Saturday, had a magnitude of 6.0.
More than 400 survivors and relatives gave evidence in the unprecedented trial that ended this week.
Fox News host Sean Duffy reflects on the United States' history and being a proud American ahead of July 4th weekend Friday on "Jesse Watters Primetime."
Brazilian communities are combatting soaring food prices and a hunger crisis with urban gardens
Several Never Trump conservatives have drifted away from touting pro-life principles and have become vocal critics of the Supreme Court for overturning Roe v. Wade.