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President Trump on Friday said he believes sanctions against Iran are working but indicated he would not hesitate to order military action if necessary, saying
Fans say the collection hits all the right notes.
Seems like a bad day to be carrying balloons.
The Trump administration will announce Friday that the U.S. intends to sign an "asylum cooperative agreement" with El Salvador, a senior Department of Homeland Security official confirmed
Get this dog walker to obedience school.
"View" co-host Meghan McCain left her studio's stage on Friday after having a testy confrontation with guest host Ana Navarro.
The national media’s coverage of the 2020 congressional elections so far has contained almost the same message: Republicans are retiring in droves, and this must
President Trump announced Friday that the U.S. is slapping sanctions on Iran’s national bank, after the administration blamed Tehran for a recent attack on Saudi
Kelvin Ansari’s children are hard-pressed to remember a time when their father was not in uniform.
A Georgia school district says it has fired a substitute teacher this week after she wrote a list that categorized students as either “angels” or
Police officers say they've got your back -- but amid another dangerous year for cops nationwide, law enforcement advocates tell Fox News it’s time for politicians and community leaders
Michael Jordan is taking a shot at entering the spirit industry.
When many other little girls her age were putting on their mother’s heels and necklaces, Natalie Corona was pulling on her father’s police uniform.
In early June, Corporal Jose Espericueta, Jr., known more commonly as “Speedy,” turned serious and asked his closest friends at the Mission Police Department to
Police Officer William Buechner stood out among his fellow officers at the Auburn Police Department in Alabama for his knowledge of tactics and procedure.
More than a decade since he was left paralyzed from the chest down -- the result of a bullet fired by an 18-year-old who was a
When Michael Langsdorf joined the North County Police Cooperative in April after nearly two decades as an officer with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department,
On a family trip to one of New Mexico's national forests, a 5-year-old Peter Herrera was told by his parents that he could pick one item in the gift shop.
Troy Chisum had been a volunteer firefighter. A paramedic. He was a member of the West Central Special Response Team. He'd serve as part of the Illinois Law Enforcement Alarm
He was only 28 years old, but Nathan Hayden Heidelberg was already serving as a mentor -- and, at times, a father figure -- for others.
For more than 20 years, Susquehanna Police Sergeant Robert McCallister dutifully did his police work despite being in pain from a bullet lodged in spine
For Sacramento Police Officer Tara O’Sullivan, domestic violence calls were particularly important.
Alabama’s governor says the state “has lost one of her heroes.”
One dog is ready for trick-or-treating.