The FBI said Monday that it arrested more than 74 hackers in countries around the world who were involved in email scams in attempts to compromise businesses.
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A former CIA staffer and expert on Korean affairs said the "document" signed by President Trump and Chairman Kim does not necessarily state that Pyongyang will de-nuclearize as the United States wants.
The North Korean leader brings his own toilet on foreign trips so no one can examine his excrement.
Longtime "Special Report" fixture and Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer said in a letter Friday that he has only "weeks to live" after a terminal cancer diagnosis.
Sarah Sanders slammed the Philadelphia Eagles Tuesday after President Trump cancelled the Super Bowl champion's visit to the White House.
In a "Daily Briefing" online exclusive on Monday, bestselling author James Patterson discussed a new book on which he and President Bill Clinton collaborated.
Fox News Digital Politics editor Chris Stirewalt was asked about key midterm election races to watch Monday on "The Daily Briefing."
A man opened fire Thursday in an Oklahoma City restaurant, leaving at least three people injured, before he was fatally shot by a pair of armed citizens, police said.
House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy discussed the upcoming highly sensitive meeting about the Russia investigation -- a meeting involving Gowdy and President Trump, among others.
At a forum on MS-13 and other street gangs hosted by President Donald Trump and New York Republican Rep. Pete King, the director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement ripped into critics of the president's "animal" remark.
President Donald Trump appeared to criticize the NFL during a White House speech honoring NASCAR driver Martin Truex Jr.'s 2017 cup championship season.
The suspect in Friday's shooting at a Texas high school that left up to nine people dead has been identified as 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis, the Associated Press reported.