Investigators get tips after 40th anniversary of…

News coverage of last month's 40th anniversary of serial killer John Wayne Gacy's arrest has meant dozens more tips for investigators trying to identify victims

Police: Trucker in deadly bus crash was removing…

Indiana State Police say the driver of a truck that rear-ended a school bus in December, killing one student, was removing a jacket and a sweatshirt just before the collision

Michigan State University's Interim President…

John Engler has been under intense scrutiny after comments he made about some survivors "enjoying" the spotlight following the Larry Nassar scandal.

The Latest: Striking LA teachers, district to…

Los Angeles teachers are back on rainy picket lines for a fourth day.

Number of federal workers seeking US jobless aid…

Number of furloughed federal workers seeking US jobless aid doubled in week of Jan. 5

The Million-Dollar Question in Closs Case Is…

It's the million-dollar question—or, more accurately, the $50,000 one: Since Jayme Closs ended up rescuing herself from captivity, where does the reward money go? It looks like there are four possibilities: no one, Jayme herself, the woman she approached asking for help, or the couple who then called...

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Are American Schools Focusing Too Much On…

For most high schoolers in Asia and Europe, sports have nothing to do with school.

Cohen acknowledges rigging polls for Trump in…

President Donald Trump's estranged former lawyer is acknowledging paying a technology company to artificially boost Trump's standing in two online polls, saying Trump directed him to do it

You Can Buy a Furloughed Worker a Beer

At airports around the country, donations of everything from diapers to boxes of Ramen noodles are being dropped off to help TSA workers cope without a paycheck, reports the AP . That's in part because these airport screeners are typically paid less than other government employees, with most making between $26,...

The Latest: Storm pounds California with rain and…

Wide areas of California are on alert for treacherous conditions as the latest in series of Pacific storms dumps rain and snow

Oversight Board Wants Court To Wipe Out $6B of…

It is currently unclear when a judge would be able to rule on the board's motion.

Maryland explores quick way to approve sports betting

Maryland lawmakers are seeking a quick way to approve sports betting this year, but it's unclear if they will be able to do it without voter approval in 2020

Alabama man accused of placing child in washer…

An Alabama man accused of placing a child in a clothes dryer and turning it on is charged with aggravated child abuse year

2 derailed cars on track at Atlanta airport to be…

Crews are still working to repair the damage after an Atlanta commuter train derailed on the tracks at the world's busiest airport

YouTube Cracks Down On Dangerous Challenge Videos…

YouTube will start banning dangerous challenge videos on its website like the "Bird Box" challenge.

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Police: 2 killed in shooting at IHOP in Alabama

An employee and a customer at an IHOP restaurant in northern Alabama were killed in a shooting that also injured another employee

Microsoft Puts Its Money Where Seattle's Housing…

Microsoft is looking to ensure a roof over employees' heads, putting up $500 million to assist with affordable housing in the Seattle area. The funds will help create homes for Microsoft's cafeteria workers and shuttle drivers, as well as other middle- and low-income residents, reports the New York Times . The...

Report: Trump's Border Wall Plan Has a Major Gap

A new report from the Center for Migration Studies highlights a major flaw in President Trump's plan to curb illegal immigration with a border wall: Most undocumented immigrants arrive legally and overstay their visas. The center says that in 2016-2017, overstayers accounted for 62% of newly arrived undocumented immigrants, outnumbering...

Coast Guard Members Miss Paychecks Amid Shutdown

Coast Guard members received pay through Dec. 31 under an emergency payment approval, but that solution didn't cover January.

Sheriff: Deputies fired after investigation of traffic stop

A West Virginia sheriff says two deputies have been fired after an internal investigation of a traffic stop involving two state police troopers and a sheriff's deputy in which a teenage motorist was seen being beaten

'Aggressive' Otter Injures 3 in Florida

Otters aren't the first animal to come to mind when most people think of dangerous Florida wildlife—but a run-in with an aggressive and probably rabid one left a woman temporarily unable to walk. Maitland resident Ann-Christine Langselius tells Fox News that she was walking her Goldendoodle on a bridge...

Bull Fatally Stomps Rider at Denver Event

Tragedy at the National Western Stock Show: One of the world's leading professional bull riders was fatally injured at the Denver event Tuesday by a bull called Hard Times. Witnesses say Mason Lowe, 25, was thrown from the back of the bull, which stomped him when he was on the...

Judge Says Police Can't Force Phone Unlocks Using…

In her ruling, the judge likened biometric features to a numeric passcode.

Chief: Louisiana officer was fatally shot by her boyfriend

Authorities in Louisiana say the man who killed a Louisiana police officer as she left for work was her boyfriend and the father of her child

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Hearing set for suspect in Alabama mall shooting

A judge in Alabama has scheduled a hearing for a man charged in gunfire that sparked a fatal police shooting which set off weeks of protests near Birmingham

Judge set to issue verdict in Chicago police…

A judge is set to announce a verdict for three Chicago police officers accused of lying in their reports to protect the officer who fatally shot black teenager Laquan McDonald.

ISIS Attack In Syria Kills US Service Members

The spokesperson for the U.S.-led coalition in Syria said the service members were conducting a routine patrol at the time.

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Investigators get tips after 40th anniversary of…

News coverage of last month's 40th anniversary of serial killer John Wayne Gacy's arrest has meant dozens more tips for investigators trying to identify victims

Police: Trucker in deadly bus crash was removing…

Indiana State Police say the driver of a truck that rear-ended a school bus in December, killing one student, was removing a jacket and a sweatshirt just before the collision

Michigan State University's Interim President…

John Engler has been under intense scrutiny after comments he made about some survivors "enjoying" the spotlight following the Larry Nassar scandal.

Number of federal workers seeking US jobless aid…

Number of furloughed federal workers seeking US jobless aid doubled in week of Jan. 5

The Million-Dollar Question in Closs Case Is…

It's the million-dollar question—or, more accurately, the $50,000 one: Since Jayme Closs ended up rescuing herself from captivity, where does the reward money go? It looks like there are four possibilities: no one, Jayme herself, the woman she approached asking for help, or the couple who then called...

Are American Schools Focusing Too Much On…

For most high schoolers in Asia and Europe, sports have nothing to do with school.

AdChoices Icon

You Can Buy a Furloughed Worker a Beer

At airports around the country, donations of everything from diapers to boxes of Ramen noodles are being dropped off to help TSA workers cope without a paycheck, reports the AP . That's in part because these airport screeners are typically paid less than other government employees, with most making between $26,...

The Latest: Storm pounds California with rain and…

Wide areas of California are on alert for treacherous conditions as the latest in series of Pacific storms dumps rain and snow

Oversight Board Wants Court To Wipe Out $6B of…

It is currently unclear when a judge would be able to rule on the board's motion.

Alabama man accused of placing child in washer…

An Alabama man accused of placing a child in a clothes dryer and turning it on is charged with aggravated child abuse year

2 derailed cars on track at Atlanta airport to be…

Crews are still working to repair the damage after an Atlanta commuter train derailed on the tracks at the world's busiest airport

YouTube Cracks Down On Dangerous Challenge Videos…

YouTube will start banning dangerous challenge videos on its website like the "Bird Box" challenge.

Microsoft Puts Its Money Where Seattle's Housing…

Microsoft is looking to ensure a roof over employees' heads, putting up $500 million to assist with affordable housing in the Seattle area. The funds will help create homes for Microsoft's cafeteria workers and shuttle drivers, as well as other middle- and low-income residents, reports the New York Times . The...

Report: Trump's Border Wall Plan Has a Major Gap

A new report from the Center for Migration Studies highlights a major flaw in President Trump's plan to curb illegal immigration with a border wall: Most undocumented immigrants arrive legally and overstay their visas. The center says that in 2016-2017, overstayers accounted for 62% of newly arrived undocumented immigrants, outnumbering...

Coast Guard Members Miss Paychecks Amid Shutdown

Coast Guard members received pay through Dec. 31 under an emergency payment approval, but that solution didn't cover January.

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'Aggressive' Otter Injures 3 in Florida

Otters aren't the first animal to come to mind when most people think of dangerous Florida wildlife—but a run-in with an aggressive and probably rabid one left a woman temporarily unable to walk. Maitland resident Ann-Christine Langselius tells Fox News that she was walking her Goldendoodle on a bridge...

10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: May battles to keep Brexit on track after no-confidence win; Trump administration to roll out new missile defense plan; Iran newspapers, minister criticize US arrest of newscaster

Judge Says Police Can't Force Phone Unlocks Using…

In her ruling, the judge likened biometric features to a numeric passcode.

Bull Fatally Stomps Rider at Denver Event

Tragedy at the National Western Stock Show: One of the world's leading professional bull riders was fatally injured at the Denver event Tuesday by a bull called Hard Times. Witnesses say Mason Lowe, 25, was thrown from the back of the bull, which stomped him when he was on the...

Hearing set for suspect in Alabama mall shooting

A judge in Alabama has scheduled a hearing for a man charged in gunfire that sparked a fatal police shooting which set off weeks of protests near Birmingham

ISIS Attack In Syria Kills US Service Members

The spokesperson for the U.S.-led coalition in Syria said the service members were conducting a routine patrol at the time.

Judge set to issue verdict in Chicago police…

A judge is set to announce a verdict for three Chicago police officers accused of lying in their reports to protect the officer who fatally shot black teenager Laquan McDonald.

Outpouring of generosity for TSA workers, others…

The government shutdown has generated an outpouring of generosity to Transportation Safety Administration agents and other federal employees who are working without pay

Mexico's Former President Allegedly Accepted…

A former associate of the drug kingpin testified Tuesday that former Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto accepted the bribe in 2012.

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John Bogle, founder of Vanguard, dies at 89

John Bogle, investing pioneer and founder of Vanguard Group, who brought index funds to millions of investors, dies at age 89, the company says

Third party to run center where comatose woman…

An Arizona care facility where a woman in a vegetative state was raped and then gave birth must relinquish control to an outside party

Trump's Gov. Shutdown Is Undermining His Own…

More than 4000 prisoners who should be eligible for early release or a halfway house are currently stuck in limbo.