DETROIT (AP) — The United Auto Workers union expanded strikes against Detroit automakers Friday, ordering 7,000 more workers to walk off the job in Illinois and Michigan to put more pressure on the companies to improve their offers.
Over the next month, LiveNOW from FOX will be featuring events happening across the country as Americans gear up for Halloween. The San Antonio Zoo Boo features fun events for families and children. Cyle Perez with the San Antonio Zoo shares all about it.
The justices will review laws enacted by Republican-dominated legislatures and signed by Republican governors in Florida and Texas.
Linda Yaccarino said the platform is close to breaking even.
Dianne Feinstein, the oldest sitting U.S. senator, was a passionate advocate for liberal priorities important to her state of California, including environmental protection, reproductive rights and gun control.
A distraught Ohio father called police after learning that his 11-year-old daughter sent explicit images to a man who apparently coerced her on social media, according to a video that went viral last week.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Screenwriters waited Monday to learn what their five-month strike won and prepared for a possible return to work after their union reached an agreement with studio executives that could help end the walkouts that brought Hollywood to a standstill. The historic shutdown will go on for now, with actors remaining on strike and no talks planned, though the tentative deal announced Sunday night may provide momentum that could lead to a resolution for them too. That would allow full production to resume for the first time since May. The governing boards of the two branches of the Writers Guild of America are likely to vote on the contract Tuesday. With their approval, writers will then vote on the deal, and the strike can officially end. Network shows including NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” could return to the air within days.
ATLANTA - Vice President Kamala Harris is heading to Atlanta on Tuesday as part of her "Fight for Our Freedoms" college tour. The vice president is expected to arrive at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport around noon and head to Morehouse College. There, she'll meet with students from HBCUs including Morehouse, Spelman, Clark Atlanta, and Morris Brown. White House officials say that Harris will discuss topics including reproductive freedom, gun safety, climate change, and voting rights. Morehouse will be the fifth stop on the vice president's month-long college tour aimed at mobilizing young voters on key issues. Harris and President Joe Biden spoke to HBCU leaders Monday, and among those present were representatives from metro Atlanta colleges.
“We’re Safety Now Haven’t We" is a grammatically incorrect masterpiece with a mission to educate young people on the dangers lurking in their everyday lives.
'We're Safety Now Haven't We' harnesses the power of music and social media to teach a new generation how to stay safe.
Taylor Swift posted an Instagram Story urging her 272 million followers to register to vote using Vote.org. Swifties did not disappoint.
VENICE, Fla. - Opening statements begin Thursday in a case made widely known by the Netflix documentary ‘Take Care of Maya’. The Kowalski family claims the actions of doctors, the Department of Children and Families and Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital pushed the mother of a then 9-year-old girl to take her life and filed a $200 million lawsuit against the medical center. The family already settled with the DCF Suncoast Center and child abuse pediatrician Dr. Sally Smith who once worked for the center, but is no longer employed by the organization.
Kylen Granson didn't get to celebrate on field because it wasn't ruled a touchdown until after review.
Artificial intelligence software creates very real looking images of natural phenomena, and is changing the way many of us look at social media posts.
Ruby Franke and Jodi Hildebrandt were arrested Aug. 30, and both were charged with six counts of child abuse.
A Massachusetts teenager died Friday after he took part in a viral social media trend known as the "One Chip Challenge," which the teen's family believes contributed to his untimely death, according to reports.
The Social Media Safety Act was set to take effect Friday, Sept. 1, and would have been the first in the nation to be implemented.
"If this person wanted her dream wedding, she should have saved more money for it," said one commenter about the drama.
Authorities say a Utah woman who gave online parenting advice via a YouTube channel has been arrested on suspicion of aggravated child abuse after two of her children were found to be malnourished.
A Saudi court has sentenced a man to death over his posts on X, formerly known as Twitter, and his activity on YouTube.