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The mother of an American journalist whose execution was brutally broadcast says American Taliban John Walker Lindh should not be released to “continue to sow hate and terrorism” while appearing on “Fox & Friends First” Thursday
Tammy Bruce: The death penalty is something Californians want, so why has the governor betrayed their trust?
Heath officials in Texas find unsafe levels of the chemical benzene in the air after a fire at a petrochemicals facility in Deer Park; Casey Stegall reports on the threat.
A North Carolina teen who went by "itslilhotgirl" on Instagram is accused of using the social media platform to sell marijuana.
Ohio 8th grader Tyler Carlin is suspended for using a Nerf gun in his display to honor fallen soldiers. Carlin defends the project on 'Fox & Friends.'
Three buses from Guatemala drop off migrants at the border wall so they can enter the U.S. and be taken into custody; William La Jeunesse reports from the scene.
Shares in Darden Restaurants jumped on Thursday after the company raised its outlook and posted earnings and revenue that beat Wall Street estimates.
The Latest on the homicide trial of a white Pennsylvania police officer in the shooting of an unarmed black 17-year-old (all times local): 10 a.m.
Harvard sued for 'exploiting' early photos of slaves, asked to pay damages to woman who says she's next of kin
Harvard University is being sued for “shamelessly” making a profit from photos of two 19th-century slaves despite the requests to turn the photographs over to the slaves' descendants.
A streak of light in the skies over downtown Los Angeles Wednesday night that sparked the attention of onlookers wasn't the opening to the next Hollywood disaster flick, but instead a stunt to celebrate the final supermoon of the year.