The Supreme Court has suspended scheduled oral arguments on the Trump administration’s plans to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
A pair of New Jersey sisters were convinced they stumbled upon something "out of this world" during a recent stroll along the beach.
A day after Prince Philip was involved in a car crash, Buckingham Palace reportedly said the royal had a “precautionary checkup” and was determined to have suffered “no injuries of concern.”
The subliminal messages keep coming from “90 Day Fiancé” couple Jonathan Rivera and Fernanda Flores.
Trump and Pelosi show no progress in ending shutdown.
She “100 percent” need to be “the center of attention.”
Researchers exploring a buried lake "twice the size of Manhattan" drilled through 3,500 feet of ice to learn more about the mysterious body of water — and made a stunning discovery along the way.
Scientists now have an idea of how an ancient creature likely moved thanks to a nearly 300-million year-old-fossil skeleton and a set of well-preserved footprints.
CNN anchor John King raised a question on Friday about whether or not second lady Karen Pence should be denied housing and Secret Service protection because works at a Virginia school that does not permit gay men and lesbians to be teachers.
With questions over whether President Trump will give the annual State of the Union address from Congress amid the partial government shutdown, a Michigan lawmaker has a suggestion: deliver it in Lansing.
A bald eagle found trapped in a fence this week may have ingested poison used to kill rodents, officials at Missouri zoo where the bird is being treated said.
Mark Fellows, the man accused of shooting and killing Paul Massey, a crime boss known as “Mr. Big” was sentenced to life in prison.
While there have been no shortage of tributes to Stan Lee since his death back in November, now the world of video games is joining in.
An Illinois man intent of making some quick cash walked into a Chicago bank on Wednesday afternoon and demanded via a note “20,000 big bills.”
The man set himself on fire in the same spot at the elevated top of the historic square where Jan Palach set himself ablaze in January 1969 in protest of the 1968 Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia.
Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is still “looking for” a defense attorney to represent him in his Manhattan criminal case after his attorney Benjamin Brafman decided to withdraw, a source close to the case tells Fox News.
Anthony Rapp said he has no regrets about coming forward with sexual misconduct allegations against Kevin Spacey because he feared assaults could “keep happening” if he kept quiet.
Health officials are looking into a possible link between prescription opioids and a horrific birth defect.
The White House on Friday adamantly denied House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s claim that it leaked plans for a delegation's proposed commercial flight to Afghanistan, as details from a State Department cable cautioning her office about the trip raised further questions about the allegation.
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