Gary Sánchez rebounded from poor defensive play with a go-ahead home run, four pitchers combined for scoreless relief and the New York Yankees gained in the AL wild-card race with a 4-3 victory over the Texas Rangers on Monday night.
Daily Mail editor at large Piers Morgan joined Fox News’ “Hannity” on Monday to discuss the continued fallout over Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the First Amendment, and the overseas perception of President Biden.
Albania’s parliament is to vote late Thursday to approve the new, female-dominated cabinet of Prime Minister Edi Rama, with 12 of the 17 jobs going to women, making Albania a global leader in terms of the percentage of women holding government positions
Kristen Clarke, President Biden's nominee to the assistant attorney general for civil rights in the Justice Department, walked back her past criticism of multiple moderate senators and Justice Brett Kavanaugh in a Judiciary Committee questionnaire submitted l…
A Georgia man who founded an organization to help Black kids acquire life job skills claimed Tuesday on "Fox News Primetime" he is being stonewalled by the local school administration in his quest to purchase a building to use as a charter institution
The Biden administration will warn American companies this week of the increasing risks of operating in Hong Kong, the Financial Times reported, as Washington seeks to ramp up pressure over Beijing’s crackdown on the financial center.
Representatives of 22 countries from Latin America and Europe’s Iberian Peninsula in their first, mostly virtual meeting since the pandemic started, called for more equitable access to coronavirus vaccines and flexible funding for their economic recovery
"The View" co-hosts Meghan McCain and Whoopi Goldberg got into a heated exchange on Thursday after McCain criticized President Biden for snapping at a reporter following a press conference on his European trip the day bef...
The White House is defending President Trump's controversial decision to back out of the Paris climate agreement. World leaders are slamming the U.S. for backing out while EPA chief Scott Pruitt is praising the president for his decision. Washington Post repo…
Oil prices climbed on Thursday after a sharp drawdown in U.S. crude and gasoline stocks reinforced optimism of a quick recovery in fuel demand and on doubts about the future of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal that could end U.S. sanctions on Iranian crude exports.
Investigators have not yet determined the motive of a suspected gunman who committed eight drive-by shootings across three Arizona cities, killing one and injuring a dozen more. They arrested the man they believe to be responsible Thursday.
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Japanese corporate giants are joining the nation's COVID-19 vaccination effort ahead of the Olympic Games as the government struggles to meet its inoculation targets amid fears of a resurgence of infections.
Committing to the pilgrim’s path has for centuries been a source of renewal for those willing to put their lives on hold and spend days, weeks or even months crossing Spain along the Camino de Santiago
It’s not quite the nearly $1 billion blunder that Citigroup Inc. made last summer, but Charles Schwab Corp. said it accidentally sent more than a million dollars to the Fidelity Brokerage Services account of a woman in Louisiana.
A meeting of leaders from the United States, France and other countries that had been scheduled to take place alongside the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly was canceled, with U.S. of...
Gabriel Johnson, a retired Marine and the co-founder of the Coalition to Save Portland, explains the current “atmosphere” in the city on “Fox & Friends Weekend” and stressed the importance of investing in public safety.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., poked fun at Republican Sen. Thom Tillis on Monday after he revealed he named his dog after former President Theodore Roosevelt, the onetime founder of the Progressive Party.
As leaders of the world’s richest economies gather in the U.K. this weekend, perhaps the best that can be said about their promise to deliver one billion vaccines to poorer countries is that it’s a decent start.
Ng Yu Zhi, the Singapore businessman charged for allegedly raising funds from investors for nickel trades that didn’t exist, faces additional charges of cheating seven individuals and firms, taking the number of purported victims to about 300.
President Trump sent out a message of reassurance to Harvey victims Wednesday while delivering a pitch for his tax reform plan at a factory in Missouri. The president called out Congress and urged lawmakers to reduce what he called the "crushing tax burden" o…
An Ohio lawmaker is seeking a review of the FBI's investigation into the 2017 shooting of Republican lawmakers as they practiced for a congressional baseball game, arguing the bureau erred in its conclusion that the shoot...
Nearly half of new coronavirus infections nationwide are in just five states — a situation that is putting pressure on the federal government to consider changing how it distributes vaccines by sending more doses to hot spots
The Israeli-owned food vendor that was uninvited from a Philadelphia food and culture festival after organizers of the event received threats of protest towards them, said it hopes to meet with representatives for the sake of "creating a safe space for everyo…
After the Philadelphia 76ers lost NBA MVP finalist Joel Embiid to what the team called a sore right knee late in the first quarter Monday night, they lost their lead — and their chance at the franchise's first playoff sweep in 36 years.
Britain’s Prince Andrew is likely to do anything he can to avoid giving evidence in a U.S. lawsuit filed by an American woman who alleges that he sexually assaulted her when she was 17, lawyers on both sides of the Atlantic say
President Joe Biden plans to send an additional 20 million doses of U.S. coronavirus vaccines abroad by the end of June -- including, for the first time, shots authorized for domestic use, where supply is beginning to outstrip demand.