Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh forcefully denied the sexual assault allegations against him on Monday.
The American Red Cross is helping people in multiple states as Hurricane Florence pummels the Carolinas with strong winds, heavy rain and dangerous tidal surges.
Florence was downgraded to a tropical storm on Friday after making landfall earlier in the day in North Carolina as a Category 1 hurricane, weather officials said.
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort will plead guilty in federal court Friday as part of a plea agreement with Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Massachusetts authorities were responding to "suspected gas explosions" in several communities outside of Boston Thursday evening that have left residents unable to "see the sky."
Wanda Barzee, convicted for her role in Elizabeth Smart’s kidnapping more than 16 years ago, will be released from a Utah prison next week.
Eight more Branson, Missouri duck boat disaster victims - survivor jointly filed a lawsuit in Federal court to hold Ripley Entertainment, accountable for their actions that led to the July 19th catastrophe.
Burt Reynolds, the legendary actor with the disarming smile and trademark mustache who starred in iconic films including "Smokey and the Bandit" and "The Longest Yard" has died, Fox News confirms.
An in-depth study by Better Business Bureau (BBB) finds that, while consumers may write fewer checks in this era of electronic financial transactions, fake check scams are on the rise.
Nike’s polarizing decision to put Colin Kaepernick at the center of its latest ad campaign has aggravated NFL employees, infuriated fans and even affected the sneaker giant’s stock.
Tia Coleman has filed a lawsuit against the corporations responsible for operating the death trap boats in a widely predicted severe storm.
Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination hearing began with partisan fireworks, as Democratic senators interrupted the chairman's opening statements and protesters shouted and screamed from the audience.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) asked officials on Wednesday for permission to build a large grave to mark the site of a truck crash that resulted in thousands of lobsters spilling out onto a highway.
A black bear struck by an arrow recently mauled a Southern California hunter who approached the wounded animal to get a closer look, a report said.
A man was arrested after officials discovered he had been catching rattlesnakes from a nearby national forest and keeping them in his home.
WATCH LIVE: Senator John McCain's Memorial Service in Arizona.
The service is being held at North Phoenix Baptist Church.
A white former police officer in suburban Dallas was convicted of murder Tuesday for the April 2017 shooting of an unarmed black teenager as he left a house party.
A “Madden” gamer who was participating at the Jacksonville event where a gunman opened fire killing two before killing himself was hailed a hero Monday for shielding two young players as bullets flew.
A genetic study published on Sunday raised the question on whether or not a super snake could emerge in the Florida Everglades after it was revealed a small number of Burmese and Indian pythons have been breeding.
One-year-old Bentley was reunited with his owner after surviving for three weeks in the Colorado mountains.
President Trump announced Monday that he had ordered the American flag to fly at half-staff through this coming Sunday to honor the late Sen. John McCain.
The mother of a 10-year-old boy in North Carolina is outraged that her son was recently punished for calling his fifth grade teacher "ma’am.” “I was in disbelief,” the boy’s mother told Fox News on Saturday.
A high school is cracking down on students for tardiness and missing class. They are reportedly enforcing a state law that would allow the school to fine students $250 for missing classes repeatedly without an excused absence.
Students at an Ohio middle school were asked to decide who they would leave behind if the world was about to end using age, religion and other descriptions are markers for their decisions sparked widespread uproar last week.