8 wounded in downtown Portland, Oregon, shooting, police say

Philadelphia, Chicago, Washington, D.C., and Manchester, New Hampshire also saw shootings with at least four victims overnight.



A German soccer team walked off the field during a match over alleged racial abuse

Germany’s Olympic soccer team walked off the pitch during a friendly match against Honduras after one of the German players was racially abused, according to the German Football Association (DFB).


Fairfax PTA leader ousted after wishing death on anti-CRT parents

An official with the Virginia Parent-Teacher Association resigned after she was recorded on camera saying opponents of critical race theory can “die.”


12-year-old Brazilian skateboarder Gui Khury lands 1080 to win X Games gold medal

Brazilian skateboarder Gui Khury won a gold medal after landing a 1080 in competition.



Vicious anti-Semitic attack in NYC caught on video

A Jewish man was attacked on his way to a Brooklyn synagogue Friday morning, a vicious act that later prompted Gov. Andrew Cuomo to direct state authorities to assist in the investigation. 


Camila Cabello says she’s a ‘real’ woman after photos surface of her body during run: ‘We gotta own that’

Camila Cabello addressed body image in a TikTok video after paparazzi photos surfaced of the pop star on a run.


Suspect arrested in shocking attempted NYC child abduction

Police on Friday night arrested one of the creeps accused in the brazen attempted kidnapping of a 5-year-old boy who was walking with his family in Queens.


Arizona AG Brnovich urges Biden to reverse reported Title 42 repeal after border numbers rise again

FIRST ON FOX: Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich on Friday wrote to President Biden urging him to reverse a reported plan to rollback Title 42 public health protections that allow for the rapid expulsion of migrants at the southern border after figures show there were nearly 190,000 attempted crossings in June alone.


‘A beacon to the world’: One year after John Lewis’ death, Navy christens ship in his honor

A year to the day after his death, the U.S. Navy christened the USNS John Lewis, and many reflected on the legacy of the civil rights icon.



Storms pound US, causing mudslides, power outages

As wildfires continue to rage across the arid and drought-stricken West, severe weather and flooding continue to threaten the eastern, southern and central U.S.