Chuck Woolery: Supporting Trump 'pretty much destroyed my career'

Supporting President Trump and taking a conservative stance in public ruined Chuck Woolery's career and got him shadow-banned from Twitter, said the former game show host on "Fox & Friends" Wednesday. Woolery tweeted about his personal political beliefs … [+2182 chars]

Wisconsin bus driver saves children wandering in snow, as deadly Arctic air mass grips US

As bitter cold took hold across the Midwest earlier this week, a sharp-eyed bus driver in Wisconsin was credited with helping rescue two children who were very underdressed for the weather conditions. Nicole Chamberlain was driving her route for Waukesha Met… [+4858 chars]

Schiff claims he does not know identity of whistleblower

Jim Jordan questions Adam Schiff about questioning the whistleblower

Ben Shapiro fires back at Boston University student group 'triggered' by upcoming speech

Commentator Ben Shapiro has issued a response to Boston University minority group Black B.U.'s open letter protesting his upcoming speech titled 'America Was Not Built on Slavery, It Was Built on Freedom.'

Video shows how Houston Astros were allegedly stealing signs during 2017 season

The Houston Astros were accused in a bombshell story Tuesday of running an elaborate scheme in 2017 that allowed them to steal an opposing catcher’s signs and relay information about when an off-speed pitch was coming. Former Astros pitcher Mike Fiers and se… [+1576 chars]

Public hearings begin in House impeachment probe: live blog

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Legal experts break down what to expect at first public impeachment hearing

Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett, former U.S. attorney Brett Tolman and former Whitewater Independent Counsel Robert Ray preview the questioning of Bill Taylor and George Kent.

DACA recipient argues program is unconstitutional as Supreme Court hears case

DACA recipient Hilario Yanez says former President Obama's program was an overreach of his power and it's up to Congress to find a solution