Dashcam footage captured a "road rage" incident that left two drivers to plead guilty to dangerous driving.
MARSEILLE, France (AP) — Pope Francis blasted the “fanaticism of indifference” that greets migrants seeking a better life in Europe, as he arrived Friday in the Mediterranean port of Marseille amid a new influx of would-be refugees from Africa that has sparked a backlash from some of Europe’s increasingly anti-migrant leaders. Opening a brief, overnight visit to the French port, Francis presided over a silent moment of prayer at a memorial dedicated to sailors and migrants lost at sea. He was surrounded by leaders of Marseille’s varied faith groups and representatives of migrant rescue organizations that have increasingly come under fire from Europe’s populist politicians.
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addressed Canadian parliament on Friday, one day after he and his wife spoke with lawmakers in the U.S.
"I’ll faithfully serve and come back … Please stay healthy and let’s meet all again in 2025!" Suga wrote in a message posted on the online fan platform Weverse.
President Biden met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the first time in months on Wednesday following a long delay seen as a snub to the Israeli leader. LiveNOW's Andrew Craft spoke about the meeting between the two world leaders with Rabbi Rick Jacobs, the president of the Union for Reform Judaism. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy visited Washington, D.C., for the second time since the February 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine. During his visit, Zelenskyy met with Biden at the White House and spoke with lawmakers and Pentagon officials. LiveNOW's Andrew Craft spoke about Zelenskyy's visit with Kurt Volker, former U.S. ambassador to NATO. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video
A Mexican railway operator has announced it is suspending train runs in the northern part of the country because so many migrants are climbing aboard freight cars and getting hurt in the process.
The Biden administration is giving temporary legal status to Afghan migrants who have already been living in the country for a little over a year.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy returns to Washington on Thursday for a whirlwind one-day visit, this time to face the Republicans now questioning the flow of American dollars that for 19 months has kept his troops in the fight against Russian forces. Zelenskyy will meet with President Joe Biden at the White House, speak with U.S. military leaders at the Pentagon and stop at Capitol Hill to talk privately with Republican and Democratic leaders of the House and Senate as the world is watching Western support for Kyiv.
The Biden administration is in active conversations about whether to send long-range missiles to Ukraine, but that decision is not coming anytime soon. LiveNOW's Andrew Craft spoke about the discussions between the U.S. and Ukraine with Politico defense reporter Lara Seligman. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video
Breaking news surrounding the surge on the southern border, the Biden administration is clearing the way for thousands of Venezuelan migrants to get work permits by expanding Temporary Protected Status to refugee seekers. Some politicians and organizations are applauding the decision, residents in New York are continuing to protest plans to house some migrants and asylum seekers inside a former senior living facility. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video
Kyiv filed its case two days after Russia invaded Ukraine, arguing that the attack was based on false claims by Russia of acts of genocide in the regions of eastern Ukraine.
President Biden on Tuesday said the United Nations General Assembly meets "at an inflection point in history," and called for strengthened alliances while stressing that "no nation can meet the challenges of today alone." Biden, delivering his annual speech to leaders of the UN in New York City on Tuesday, addressed the United States' continued support for Ukraine against Russia's "naked aggression," the importance of denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and efforts to block Iran from nuclear proliferation; the competition between the United States and China; the climate crisis and more.
LiveNOW's Lexie Petrovic spoke with FOX News' Kailey Schuyler about the United Nations General Assembly in New York. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky addressed the U.N. General Assembly, urging world leaders to support his country in their war against Russia. LiveNOW's Andrew Craft spoke about Zelenskyy's remarks with Mariana Budjeryn, a Senior Research Associate at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video
President Biden spoke at the UN General Assembly today, condemning Russia's war with Ukraine. "Like every nation in the world, the United States wants this war to end," Biden said. LiveNOW's Andrew Craft spoke about Biden's remarks with Brett Schaffer from the Heritage Foundation. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video
A Danish artist has been ordered to repay a museum after running off with its money upon being commissioned to create a piece of artwork but instead submitted two empty canvases titled "Take the Money and Run."
North Korea said Tuesday that leader Kim Jong Un has returned home from a trip to Russia where he deepened “comradely fellowship and friendly ties” with President Vladimir Putin.
The Americans were freed as part of a politically risky deal that saw President Joe Biden agree to the release of nearly $6 billion in frozen Iranian assets.
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Five Americans detained for years in Iran walked off a plane and into freedom Monday, most arm-in-arm, as part of a politically risky deal that saw President Joe Biden agree to the release of nearly $6 billion in frozen Iranian assets owed by a third country, South Korea. The successful negotiations for the Americans’ freedom brought Biden profuse thanks from their families but heat from Republican presidential rivals and other opponents for the monetary arrangement with one of America’s top adversaries.