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White woman who pulled gun on black family says she feared for her life
The white woman who was arrested after pointing a gun at a black woman and her daughter during an argument in a Chipotle parking lot says she did it because she feared for her life, according to a report Friday. In the first time since footage of the heated confrontation surfaced, Jillian Wuestenberg spoke out...
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ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski responds to Missouri senator’s email: F–k you
We’ve never see a Woj bomb like this before. Missouri Senator Josh Hawley sent a letter to NBA commissioner Adam Silver, criticizing the league’s once-cozy and now-complicated relationship with China. The NBA’s most prominent reporter offered a blunt response to the Republican. “F–k you,” wrote ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski — who didn’t use dashes in his...
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QB Caleb Williams, five-star Oklahoma commit, has plan to become No. 1 pick in NFL draft
Caleb Williams has a plan that starts with finishing high school and ends with going No. 1 in NFL draft. He says Oklahoma will help him get there.
Steve Hilton slams de Blasio's 'offensive' stances on police, protests as 'performative wokeness'
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's special support for holding Black Lives Matter protests despite the coronavirus pandemic is "offensive on so many levels," "The Next Revolution" host Steve Hilton said on "Outnumbered" Friday.
‘David Foster: Off The Record’ Examines Professional Triumphs And Personal Failings Of Hit Music Producer And Reluctant Reality TV Star
Foster makes for a good biographical subject.
Melrose police investigate 'all lives matter' traffic sign: report
The sign was discovered on Wednesday, and the officer who posted the message claimed no malicious intent.
Lou Holtz makes Normandy reference to decry idea of no college football
Lou Holtz referenced World War II in an interview with Fox News host Laura Ingraham on why he is in favor of college football being played this fall.
Jewish NFL player reacts to anti-Semitic posts by DeSean Jackson
NFL Kansas City Chief's player Mitchell Schwartz tells CNN's Don Lemon that he thinks DeSean Jackson's Instagram post came from "a place of ignorance."
Dozens of academics, journalists blast 'cancel culture' critics who signed Harper's open letter
A group of journalists and academics denounced a letter Harper's Magazine published in opposition to what's been described as a stifling environment for free speech.
Harvey Weinstein’s assets frozen by ex-wives
Harvey Weinstein’s assets frozen by ex-wives, complicating Weinstein appeal and L.A. defense, sources said.
Review: 'Little Voice' is a pop song in the form of a TV show. You've been warned
Sarah Bareilles and Jessie Nelson, who co-created the Broadway hit "Waitress," team for an Apple TV+ show about an aspiring Sarah Bareilles type.
Boeing scrambles to nab 737 Max jet financing
Boeing is scrambling to shore up financing for the 737 Max as it awaits regulatory approval for design changes after the plane was grounded following two fatal crashes, industry sources said. The company is anxious to resume deliveries once regulators declare it safe and airlines agree on training. But confidence in the jet has been...
Opinion: A letter on why me having only 724 Twitter followers is an assault on free speech
Our cultural institutions face a moment of trial, including one great infringement on civil liberty: I, specifically, have only 724 Twitter followers.
Professor in Argentina offers bonus to students who can ‘find a poor Jew’
A university professor in Argentina purportedly told his students that he would “give a Christmas bonus to whoever finds a poor Jew” and challenged them to “go fight a Jew for money,” Argentinian media reports. Professor Esteban Lizondo’s anti-Semitic comments were recorded by a student and posted on social media from an online class on...
4 children killed in Indiana after semitrailer slammed into their car
Four children were killed after the driver of a semitruck – who authorities believe may have been under the influence of drugs – slammed into a car that was slowing in a construction zone on Interstate 70 in eastern Indiana, pushing it into the path of another semi.
Conjoined twins with fused skulls successfully separated at Vatican hospital, doctors say
Twin girls with fused skulls were successfully separated, doctors at the Vatican’s pediatric hospital announced on Tuesday.
DNC warns campaigns about using TikTok
The Democratic National Committee warned Democratic campaigns, committees and state parties Friday to take additional security precautions when using TikTok.
The Russian whistleblower risking it all to expose the scale of an Arctic oil spill catastrophe
Vasily Ryabinin stands on the banks of the River Daldykan and pushes a long stick into the blood-orange sludge. Raising the stick, he puts a lighter to it and it ignites it like a torch.
First person in US to receive experimental COVID-19 vaccine says she feels 'fantastic': report
A Seattle woman who was the first person in the U.S. to receive an experimental COVID-19 vaccine test shot says she feels “fantastic.”
Trump asks Florida narcotics cops if they ‘blow up’ seized drugs
WASHINGTON — President Trump flew to Florida on Friday to meet with the nation’s top narcotics cops and had one very pressing question: What do they do with the drugs? The president was in Doral to meet with United States Southern Command, a Department of Defense operation which patrols the US coastal border, to celebrate...
‘The Long Dumb Road’ on Netflix: Make This Charming Odd Couple Road Trip Comedy Your Weekend Watch
You won't regret clicking play on Hannah Fidell's wildly entertaining road trip comedy.
'It was a blessing': A trio of Ohio sisters gave birth on the same day, by the same doctor
The odds of three sisters having babies on the same day are 1 in 50 million. It happened July 3 in Mansfield, Ohio.
John Rich reflects on conducting last interview with Charlie Daniels before his death
Fox Nation host and country music artist John Rich spoke with American music icon Charlie Rich, just three weeks before Rich passed away, in what was fated to be the legendary fiddle player's last interview.
The Russian whistleblower risking it all to expose the scale of an Arctic oil spill catastrophe
A former Russian environmental official has risked everything to lift the lid on what may be the worst environmental disaster in the Arctic.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis says if Walmart is open, schools should be too
“I want our kids to be able to minimize this education gap that I think has developed," the Florida governor said.
On eve of UFC 251, Jorge Masvidal urges fellow fighters: 'Know your value and stick to your guns'
"Don't let none of these devils and demons hold you down."        Related StoriesVideo: Short notice no weighty issue for Jorge Masvidal at UFC 251Video: Kamaru Usman, Jorge Masvidal keep civil in lone UFC 251 faceoffUFC 251 faceoffs video highlights, photo gallery
Charlie Daniels funeral: Vince Gill, Travis Tritt and more memorialize Hall of Fame singer
God and country were at the center of the funeral service for the "Devil Went Down to Georgia" singer, who died Monday at age 83.
Carl Reiner Shared His Final Scene With Son Rob Reiner in ‘Princess Bride’ Fan Film
"You can’t help but imagine Carl reading stories to Rob when he was a kid, and that this is what it looked like and what it felt like," said director Jason Reitman.
Amazon Orders Employees to Delete China-Owned TikTok over Security Risk
Jeff Bezos' e-commerce giant Amazon has reportedly instructed all employees to delete the Chinese-owned video app TikTok from their cellphones over "security risks," according to a company email. Employees that do not remove TikTok will lose the ability to access their Amazon email via their smartphone.
Dead Cat Receives Voter Registration Form by Mail; Would Have Voted 'DemoCAT,' Owner Says
Cody, a dead cat in Georgia, received a voter registration application by mail on Wednesday. His owner told Fox 5 that he would have voted "DemoCAT."
Pop Smoke’s social media posts may have led killers to his home
Pop Smoke’s social media posts may have led his killers to the home he was renting, police said after five suspects were busted.
Ousted US attorney Geoffrey Berman admits firing not linked to cases, memo says
House Republicans on Friday fired back at Rep. Jerry Nadler’s version of testimony from former Manhattan acting US Attorney Geoffrey Berman, saying he actually exonerated the Trump administration of any impropriety in his ouster. According to a five-page memo written by Republican staff on the House Judiciary Committee, Berman undercut the core insinuation from Democrats...
Arizona man stacks 485 Jenga blocks atop a single piece
The impressive structure, which is shaped like an inverted pyramid, was built in two hours by Pima resident Tai Star Valianti.
Goya CEO Robert Unanue Defies Boycotters: 'I'm Not Apologizing' for Trump Praise
Appearing Friday on "Fox & Friends," Goya CEO Robert Unanue said that he won't apologizing for lauding President Donald Trump's leadership despite his remarks sparking a boycott by leftwingers.
The Trump campaign warns that a Biden presidency could be as dangerous and violent as Trump’s
As a candidate, Trump promised to fix crime. Now, he deflects blame.
Opinion: Skipping MLB season for safety of his newborns, Buster Posey makes the ultimate sacrifice
After adopting newborn twin girls, the Giants' six-time All-Star catcher announced Friday that he will be sitting out the 2020 MLB season.
Buster Posey opts out of season as MLB releases optimistic coronavirus test results
San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey, a former National League MVP, says he will not play this season
Tesla rival Rivian snags $2.5 billion investment led by T. Rowe Price
Electric vehicle startup Rivian, which is backed by Amazon and Ford and aims to put an electric pickup and SUV in production in 2021, boosted its war chest further with a $2.5-billion investment round led by T. Rowe Price, Rivian said Friday. The deal comes on the heels of electric-car maker Tesla’s meteoric rise in...
Singles share their rules for getting frisky after coronavirus lockdown
Horny singles are daringly diving back into the dating scene.
Philadelphia Union players wear names of Black victims of police brutality on jerseys at MLS tournament
Philadelphia Union players honored Black victims of police brutality by wearing their last names on the back of their jerseys during the club’s  first match of the MLS is Back Tournament on Thursday.
Lou Holtz rails against canceling college sports: ‘What has happened to our way of life?’
Hall of Fame college football coach Lou Holtz joined “The Ingraham Angle” Thursday to respond to the likelihood that the 2020 season will be severely curtailed due to the coronavirus pandemic — if there is a season at all. Holtz, who guided Notre Dame to its most recent football national championship in 1988, told host...
Chick-fil-A cancels Cow Appreciation Day. But feel free to wear your cow costume at home
Chick-fil-A, the chicken fast-food chain boasting bovines as its mascot, has postponed its upcoming Cow Appreciation Day, an annual event in which customers dress up in cow attire to get free food.
Johnny Depp allegedly accused Amber Heard of affair with Elon Musk
Text messages between the "Pirates of the Caribbean" actor and Heard were read in London court Friday as part of his defamation case against The Sun.
Donald Trump Jr. says American people 'deserve' Durham probe results before election
Donald Trump Jr. on Friday said it would be a “disgrace, a disservice to the country, and a blight on the office” if U.S. Attorney John Durham should he wait to release his findings.
Mary-Kate Olsen emerges in public for the first time since divorce news
The former actress was spotted with her twin sister Ashley Olsen.
How good are you at spotting bots on dating-apps?
Dating-app bots, like all chat bots, are coded software to simulate a "chat" with users utilizing natural language processing.
More than 40% of Americans have a family heirloom that’s over 50 years old
How long do you keep things in the family? According to new research, 42 percent of Americans have a family heirloom that’s over 50 years old. The survey asked 2,000 Americans about their family history and their most valued possessions that have been passed down from generation to generation. Seventy-seven percent of those surveyed said...
American Academy of Pediatrics breaks with White House over school reopenings
The American Academy of Pediatrics on Friday flipped its position on reopening schools in the fall, distancing itself from the White House, which cited the organization's initial stance to bolster its push to reopen all K-12 brick and mortar schools.