November 28, 2023

Pence says voters need to get to know him better, despite many years in politics

EXCLUSIVE: Former Vice President Mike Pence says he is “well known,” but “not known well,” telling Fox News Digital this week that he is taking to the campaign trail in the hopes that GOP voters see him “in a fresh light” — one that shows that he is the “most qualified, the most tested and the […]

Missouri-based professional ‘second mom’ reveals how to support kids during the college years

Sending your child off to college can be a tough time for parents — and students. And one mom perceived a need — and filled it. A Missouri-based mom founded a professional parenting company to serve college students living far from their families. Mindy Horwitz is the founder of mindyKNOWS and shared with Fox News Digital […]

PCE Inflation Cools To Slowest Pace in Two Years

Inflation continued to cool in June but remains above the Federal Reserve’s target. The personal consumption expenditures price index was up 0.2 percent compared with a month ago, a slight pickup in prices compared with the 0.1 percent increase in May. Compared with year ago, the PCE price index is up three percent. The Fed

Ex-Teacher Convicted of Sexually Assaulting 14-Year-Old Faces 600 Years Behind Bars

An elderly former teacher has been convicted of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old male student multiple times at a private school in Tomah, Wisconsin. A jury in Monroe County convicted 74-year-old Anne N. Nelson-Koch on 25 charges after she was accused of committing sexual assault in the school’s basement, the Wisconsin State Journal reported Tuesday. The

Niger: Coup Leader Says Military Junta Will Not Last More than Three Years

General Abdourahamane Tchiani, the leader of the military junta that seized power in Niger in July, announced in a speech this weekend that he had ordered his offers to draft a detailed plan to transition towards democracy, vowing not to remain in power for more than three years. Tchiani’s nationally televised address on Saturday followed a

‘Breaking Bad’ Actor Danny Trejo: ‘I’m 55 Years Clean and Sober Today By the Grace of God!’

Legendary tough guy actor and star of Machete Danny Trejo took to X on Wednesday to praise God and proclaim that he is 55 years sober. The Breaking Bad actor also reminded anyone who might be struggling that they can do it, too. “I’m 55 years clean and sober today by the grace of God!

Two Proud Boys Sentenced to 10, 18 Years Prison for Role in Capitol Riot 

Proud Boy Members Dominic Pezzola and Ethan Nordean on Friday were sentenced to 10 and 18 years in prison, respectively, for their role in the January 6, 2021, riot at the U.S. Capitol. Their sentences were handed down one day after U.S. District Judge Timothy Kelly sentenced Proud Boy leader Joe Biggs to 17 years

Hugh Jackman and wife Deborra-Lee Furness split after 27 years of marriage

Hugh Jackman and his wife Deborra-lee Furness are calling it quits. In a mutual statement shared with People, the now-former couple stated, “We have been blessed to share almost 3 decades together as husband and wife in a wonderful, loving marriage. Our journey now is shifting and we have decided to separate to pursue our […]

Bromance: Years of Emails Between Jeffery Epstein and JPMorgan Exec Jes Staley Show Cozy Relationship

Bromance: Years of Emails Between Jeffery Epstein and JPMorgan Exec Jes Staley Show Cozy Relationship New York State Sex Offender Registry via AP, File, Stephanie Keith/Bloomberg via Getty Images Former JPMorgan Exec Jes Staley described his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein as “profound.” Years of email correspondence between Staley and the late Epstein

Texas man charged with sexually abusing a child jailed after nearly 20 years on the run

A Texas man who has been on the run for nearly 20 years after being charged with sexually abusing a child is back in custody, according to officials. Anthony Rae, 49, was arrested in the city of Val Alstyne in 2003 on multiple counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child and indecency with a […]

Man Who Tased Police Officer on January 6 Sentenced to 12 Years

AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana, File Daniel “DJ” Rodriguez, who tased a police officer during the January 6 riot on Capitol Hill, has been sentenced to 12 years in prison. Describing him as “one of the most violent defendants on January 6, 2021,” prosecutors argued that Rodriguez actively used violence to achieve a political end that day

Danny Trejo celebrates 55 years of sobriety, offers words of wisdom for anyone ‘struggling,’: ‘YOU CAN TOO!’

Action star Danny Trejo celebrated 55 years of sobriety in a motivational post — reassuring others suffering from addiction that they can overcome their “struggles.” “I’m 55 years clean and sober today by the grace of God!” the 79-year-old actor wrote in a post on X, formerly known as Twitter on Wednesday. “I’ve done this […]

Young Adult ‘Magic’ Mushroom Use Nearly Doubles in 3 Years

James MacDonald/Bloomberg via Getty Images The use of “magic” mushrooms by young adults has nearly doubled in three years along with other hallucinogenic drugs. A recent article published this month in the journal Addiction found that roughly 6.6 percent of young adults in 2021 (aged 19 to 30) used hallucinogenic drugs other than LSD, up

Newsom: ‘We Own’ ‘Disgraceful’ Homeless Problem We Haven’t Made Progress on, I’ve Only Had Four Years and Have Different ‘Dynamics’

During a portion of an interview with the Fox News Channel set to air on Monday’s broadcast of “Hannity,” California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) acknowledged that California “has not made progress in the last two decades” on homelessness, but he can’t in four years as Governor make up for the historic levels of homeless people

Former North Carolina legislator sentenced to 5 years probation for homeless shelter spending

A former North Carolina state legislator and Winston-Salem City Council member was sentenced to five years of probation along with monetary penalties after pleading guilty to fraud for spending money from the homeless center organization he had led for personal use. U.S. District Judge Loretta Biggs on Thursday accepted the guilty plea by Derwin Montgomery, […]

Maryland Officials Stockpile 2.5 Years Worth of Abortion Pills

Maryland officials have stockpiled two-and-a-half years’ worth of abortion pills, joining several other Democrat-led states as the nation waits for a decision out of a federal appeals court that could decide the availability of the drug, called mifepristone. “The state decided to stockpile mifepristone back in April after a federal judge in Texas temporarily stopped

Los Angeles church damaged by fire for second time in less than 2 years, arson investigation underway

An arson investigation was under way Sunday after fire damaged a nearly 100-year-old Los Angeles church for the second time in less than two years, authorities. Flames broke out shorty before 7 p.m. Saturday in the sanctuary of St. John’s United Methodist Church and spread into a balcony, the Los Angeles Fire Department said in […]

Chicago shooting kills 1, wounds 6 at gathering to honor man killed in car accident 4 years ago

A 25-year-old woman in Chicago was killed in a shooting that left six others wounded, after an argument broke out early Sunday at a gathering to honor the life of a man killed in a car crash four years ago, according to police and local reports. The deadly shooting happened around 1 a.m. in the […]

Tesla treasure trove found in China after 13 years now worth a record $2 million

A trio of brand-new Teslas that were sitting in shipping containers on a Chinese dock since 2010 are about to be sold for a record amount. The Roadsters were recently discovered in the city of Quingdao, having never been picked up by their buyer. They were reportedly ordered by a Chinese startup electric car company […]

Census: New York City Loses Nearly Half a Million Residents in Two Years

Gary Hershorn/Getty Images New York City has lost nearly half a million residents over the course of just two years, newly released United States Census Bureau data reveals. The Census Bureau data, which shows population estimates for mid-2022, finds that fewer than 8.4 million residents remain living in New York City — still making the

Kansas Marine Corps Veteran Graduates High School 78 Years Later

In the sea of blue caps and gowns at Halstead High School’s graduation in Halstead, Kansas, Wilbur Nachtigal blended in with the youthful graduates — until he rolled his electric scooter across the stage to accept his diploma.  At 95-years-old, Nachtigal graduated from high school, as reported by KAKE.  “I’m probably the only 95-year-old graduate

Carney on ‘Kudlow’: Expect More Banks to Fail Due to Years of Low Interest Lending

First Republic won’t be the last bank to fail, Breitbart Economics Editor John Carney warned Fox Business host Larry Kudlow in an interview Monday following JPMorgan Chase’s acquisition of the failed bank. “All of the banks that expanded their balance sheets extremely large during our zero percent era are now running into big problems,” Carney

‘Fix The System’: Louisiana AG Thinks Crime-Fighting Focus Can Reclaim Gov’s Mansion After Eight Years Of Dem Control

Louisiana’s Republican Attorney General Jeff Landry is capitalizing on his career in law enforcement, the military and as the state’s top attorney in his gubernatorial bid, he told the Daily Caller News Foundation in an interview. Landry is largely focusing his campaign on crushing crime, as Louisiana has the highest crime rate in the nation

Florida man charged in Alabama cold case after 8 years

Alabama law enforcement officials said Friday they’ve arrested a man accused of murder, eight years after the victim was reported missing from a Florida city. The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office in Alabama said Decody Herring, 32, was charged with the murder of Devin Kennedy of Pensacola, Florida. Kennedy was 22 at the time of his […]

Indiana man gets over 150 years for senior citizen rape spree

An Indiana judge has sentenced a convicted serial rapist to more than 150 years in prison, a television station reported Monday. Prosecutors charged Darrell Goodlow in 2021 with 57 counts, including rape, burglary and criminal confinement. He pleaded guilty in March to nine counts, including eight felony counts of rape and one felony count of […]

The 5 Insidious Ways AI Has Already Impacted Your Life for Years

You’re probably getting the wrong idea about artificial intelligence—and it’s not your fault. The past few months have been filled with tales surrounding the supposed power and abilities of the technology, ranging from the sensational to the outright ludicrous. It’s certainly not helped when AI experts and pioneers feed into this by signing open letters

Critics hit Academy for snubbing Black actors 8 years after diversity movement: #OscarsSoWhite

Activist April Reign created the #OscarsSoWhite hashtag in protest of the underwhelming diversity at the Academy Awards in 2015, sparking conversation across the web that trickled into the film industry.  Eight years later, the hashtag is back again. Snubs against Black actors and directors – including for films like “Till,” “Nope,” and “The Woman King” […]

Scandals and drama at the Oscars over the years: From infamous snubs to the Will Smith slap

The Academy Awards ceremony is one of both memorable moments and its fair share of controversies. The Oscars have been bringing Hollywood together and also pulling them apart since the first ceremony in 1929. From a streaker to announcing wrong names, stage kisses to slaps, the ceremony has seen quite a bit of drama. Here […]

Ex-Detroit police officer sentenced to over 2 years for role in bribery case involving towing company

A former Detroit police officer has been sentenced to two years and three months in prison for his role in a bribery conspiracy intended to break rules and steer cars to a favored towing company. Daniel Vickers’ sentence was announced this week by the U.S. Attorney’s office in Detroit. Vickers and former Detroit police Lt. […]

Denver school district’s board removed all police two years before high school student shot two administrators

Denver’s East High School, where a 17-year-old student allegedly shot two administrators on Wednesday morning, was one of dozens of schools in the Mile High City’s education system that removed all school resource officers two years ago over concerns that law enforcement contact with students “directly contributes to the school-to-prison pipeline.” Mayor Michael Hancock said […]