After years of failed peace talks and following one of the deadliest weeks of suicide attacks on Afghan forces, the Trump administration is said to be pushing for the Taliban’s Qatar-based office to be closed down in an increasingly iron-fisted approach to defeating the militant group.
Police looking for a man accused of stalking two children in New York City -- following the kids and delivering a creepy note to their family -- may have a break in the case, Fox 5 New York reported.
The top U.S. general says the American people, including the families of the fallen soldiers in Niger, deserve answers about this month's deadly ambush.
A court-appointed official looking into the taping of attorney-client meetings at a federal detention center in Kansas says the state's U.S. attorney's office is no longer cooperating with his investigation.
The Latest on the investigation of prison recordings at a federal facility in Leavenworth, Kansas (all times local): 4 p.m.
The "Ask A Mexican" column, a satirical weekly installment about U.S. Latinos that once ran in more than three dozen alternative weekly newspapers across the country, is coming to an end.
Kate Steinle’s murder fueled national outrage and became a flash point in the divisive debate over the twin issues of illegal immigration and U.S. sanctuary cities and now her accused killer is getting his day in court.
Kelly Clarkson has struggled with fans reaction to her weight for years, but it turns out the star was at her unhappiest when she was skinny.
Elton John is taking on a GOP representative in Georgia over comments she made regarding what to do about patients with HIV.
Police escorted children to school Monday and a city bus changed up its usual route as a neighborhood near downtown Tampa feared a serial killer may be on the loose.
A military base spokesman says authorities have taken a woman into custody for firing gunshots on an Army post in Georgia.
Straight? Gay? Bisexual? He may be about 185 years old, but the years have clearly done little to quell the sexual appetite of Jonathan, the famous giant tortoise who resides on the remote South Atlantic island of St. Helena.
Hedy Lamarr was a reigning Hollywood star during the ‘30s and ‘40s who would later seduce audiences as Delilah in the 1950 biblical film “Samson and Delilah”, but “the most beautiful woman in the world” was also a pioneer in wireless communication.
Recent studies show that rising carbon dioxide lowers the concentrations of minerals and proteins in important crops and most plant species.
Forget speeding: A driver in Montreal received a ticket for passionately singing along to a 1990s pop song.
Sheriff's deputies in Portland, Ore., were investigated by their own department for cooperating with officials from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement -- a response critics called over-the-top and possibly unlawful.
Five teenagers have been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a Michigan man who was killed by a rock that smashed through the windshield of a vehicle in which he was riding.
Large European Union countries should do their fair share and accept more migrants from overburdened members that are the typical entry points into Europe, Cyprus' interior ministry said Monday.
The artwork, nicknamed “Española,” is the only missing piece from the 16 Cabrera did in a series of casta, or caste, paintings. The paintings location remained a mystery for decades, until two years ago when Ilona Katzew, the curator of Latin American art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, received a cryptic letter in the voice of the little girl featured in the artwork.
Officially, retired Army Capt. Gary “Mike” Rose was never in Laos at the height of the Vietnam War.
Lili Reinhart apologized on Sunday after she was accused of being racially insensitive for tweeting out a Halloween costume idea that showed a woman in a black bodysuit and black paint covering her skin.
Did they see it coming?
President Donald Trump is awarding the Medal of Honor to a retired army medic from Alabama who risked his life during the Vietnam War to help wounded comrades.
An Ohio college student has pleaded guilty to stabbing his roommate to death after they argued over fast food.
Texas is seeing a decrease in the number of wrongfully convicted people receiving compensation.
Tess, a Belgian Malinois with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, was wounded this summer when she went after a carjacking suspect.
Islamic State militants came into the Syrian town of Qaryatayn with a hit list, and by the time they left three weeks later, more than 70 civilians had been killed -- shot or beheaded, their bodies dumped in farms and ditches.
A British diver said he swam for miles to safety after a shark stalked him when he lost sight of his boat off the coast of Australia on Friday.
Former Major Leaguer and current TV analyst Ray Knight has been charged with assault following an incident in his northern Virginia home.
The speaker of the Wisconsin Assembly apologized Monday for calling three fellow Republican lawmakers "terrorists" over how they negotiated the state budget with Gov. Scott Walker.
President Trump on Tuesday is expected to announce a tighter cap on the number of refugees admitted to the U.S. and call for tougher vetting rules, as his administration’s refugee ban expires, Fox News has learned.
Within the next three decades, floods that used to strike the New York City area only once every 500 years could occur every five years, according to a new scientific study released just days before the fifth anniversary of Superstorm Sandy.