Rupert Murdoch's company expands into new territory with the Fox News brand name.
“National people won’t call them a favorite but this is the roster that can make you say yes, this is a World Series team.”
‘Get vaccinated, for yourself and everyone around you,’ anchor says in a statement that has not yet been aired on Fox News
DHS Secretary Mayorkas tells USA TODAY he's committed to building trust with immigration officials: 'I very well know that skepticism is earned.'
Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin told Fox News on Wednesday that he is feeling very confident in his campaign as polls show the pair in tight race.
President Joe Biden is visiting Connecticut on Friday to deliver a speech touting his administration's child care proposals and attend the dedication of the Dodd Center for Human Rights at the University of Connecticut.
In an open letter to Jonathan Isaac, I warn him about how certain sections of America will co-opt him for their own ends
Donald Trump's election lies led to a violent insurrection. There were deaths. For the briefest of moments, it looked as if at least a handful of Republican leaders who had to flee the mob of far-right militants that day would distance themselves from a delusional thug's attempt to topple democracy rather than admit personal failure; instead, each fell back into line as soon as the day's adrenaline had worn off.
Fox News has been repeatedly criticized for sabotaging President Joe Biden's vaccine push.
Fox News' Neil Cavuto announced that he has tested positive for a break-through case of COVID-19. Cavuto released a statement saying that as he has a series of underlying conditions, including multiple sclerosis, the fact that he was vaccinated probably saved his life. "While I'm somewhat stunned by this news, doctors tell me I'm lucky, as well. Had I not been vaccinated, and with all my medical issues, this would be a far more dire situation. It's not, because I did [get vaccinated], and I'm...
White House has said clean energy provisions likely to be dropped from bill to secure support of Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema
Here’s some more bad news for President Joe Biden, whose administration insists everyone loves his multitrillion-dollar partisan social benefits and climate spending bills.