“The Wire” creator David Simon tweeted an upcoming HBO series will not film in Texas because of the controversial abortion law.
Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin’s relationship scrutiny is the latest example of what can go wrong with ‘shipping’ real-life celebrities online.
All eyes are on China’s Evergrande, the heavily-indebted real estate conglomerate that’s become a market obsession after global investors tuned in to its mounting problems this week.
As border deaths climb, Border Patrol this year has launched more migrant rescues than ever before. It’s also helping identify their remains.
President Joe Biden didn’t enter the back-to-back-back meetings on Wednesday with nearly two dozen Democratic lawmakers demanding a deal — or even looking for one. Things are simply too far apart for that at the moment.
Early this month, the Supreme Court chose to let stand Texas Senate Bill 8, a law that bans abortion after just six weeks of pregnancy and deputizes private citizens to enforce it. This new law is one of a number passed in recent years that flagrantly violate Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision which established a Constitutional right to abortion until viability — the point when a fetus can survive outside the womb.
Customer pulls gun on Philadelphia Chipotle cashier, demands she speak to manager: ‘Give me my food’
A customer waiting in line at a Chipotle in Philadelphia on Saturday pulled a gun on a cashier and demanded food after employees told her the store was closing, authorities said Wednesday.
Filmmaker reflects on unprecedented interview with Justice Clarence Thomas on his contentious confirmation
Filmmaker Michael Pack reflected on his impactful documentary, “Created Equal: Clarence Thomas in His Own Words” and what the enigmatic Supreme Court justice was like behind the scenes during Pack’s unprecedented 30-hour interview with him and his wife, Virginia. The film is available to stream on Fox Nation today.
Democratic New York Gov. Kathy Hochul remained adamant that healthcare workers get vaccinated by Sept. 27 in the stare or be replaced.