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Bodies from Thailand river were missing activists
Bodies in sacks filled with concrete belonging to missing political activist, washed up on the shore of the Mekong River in Thailand.
President Trump says Michael Cohen has been 'threatened by the truth'
Citing threats, President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen postpones congressional testimony; chief White House correspondent John Roberts reports.
Kin of accused spy Paul Whelan defends him: ‘Sounds like he was set up’
The family of jailed U.S. citizen Paul Whelan told Fox News they are hoping that Thursday will be a significant day for them.
Cardi B lands first Las Vegas residency at Palms Casino Resort
Cardi B will have her first Las Vegas residency this spring.
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee to step down as Congressional Black Caucus Foundation chairwoman in wake of ex-staffer's lawsuit: report
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Texas, plans to resign as the chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) after a former staffer filed a lawsuit earlier this month claiming she was fired
NBC's Savannah Guthrie slammed over 'Today' interview with Covington student
NBC 'Today' co-host Savannah Guthrie didn’t make many new fans on Wednesday during her interview with Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandmann as critics on both sides of the aisle
New York 'celebrates' legalizing abortion until birth as Catholic bishops question Cuomo's faith
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is under fire from faith leaders after he signed a bill into law that legalizes abortion up until birth for any reason. The Democratic governor directed the One World Trade
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Woman dubbed Germany’s 'hottest cop' breaks up with longtime boyfriend
Adrienne Koleszar, who’s been dubbed Germany’s “hottest cop,” recently revealed on social media that she split up with her boyfriend of 10 years.
Twitter shuts down Beto O’Rourke parody account
Twitter has shut down a parody account of former Texas Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke’s meandering blog posts -- even though parody accounts of President Trump and other politicians remain active.
Stuart Varney: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's statement on climate change is mind-boggling!
The Greens have a problem: their doomsday scare stories are not galvanizing voters to action and extreme environmental rules and regulations come across as, frankly ridiculous.
Supreme Court hands DACA recipients a gut-wrenching good news-bad news moment. Here's what needs to happen now
Republicans and Democrats in Washington should get serious about a compromise that includes strong border security and a permanent answer for these young people, whose promise and possibility we have
Sweethearts candy likely to be in short supply for Valentine's Day
If you planned on giving your sweetheart a box of Sweethearts for Valentine’s Day, you might have to come up with a different idea.
Inside the Venezuelan protest movement: 'This is our chance!'
Draped in the flag of their country – once the richest and most prosperous in Venezuela – thousands of Venezuelans poured into the streets on Wednesday and Thursday, vigorously calling for reigning
It's time to end DACA – It's unconstitutional unless approved by Congress
The central issue at stake in the DACA case is not whether the young people now protected by DACA deserve or don’t deserve to be allowed to stay in the U.S. The issue at stake is what power the
Sean Hannity set to bring radio monologues to Fox Nation with ‘Hannity On Air’
Fox News Channel host Sean Hannity will debut a new show on Fox Nation beginning Jan. 30.
Worldwide terror attacks shrink to seven-year low, new study shows
Global terror attacks fell 33 percent last year, while non-militant fatalities dropped by more than one-quarter, marking their lowest point since 2011, according to a new report.
Venezuela's Maduro breaks diplomatic ties with US amid protests: What to know about the socialist leader
A furious Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro broke diplomatic ties with the U.S. Wednesday as tens of thousands of locals marched the streets to protest the socialist leader's rule, calling it a
Thousands of caravan migrants in limbo awaiting Mexico asylum
Almost 9,000 migrants hoping to reach the U.S. through various caravans have registered for temporary asylum and work visas in Mexico but only 500 have been granted status, officials say.
Ohio clinic finds breastfeeding more likely to occur if newborn’s first bath is delayed
Could delaying a newborn’s first boost breastfeeding rates? A new study conducted at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio suggests yes.