President Donald Trump is expected to announce on Tuesday that he’s ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which protects children of illegal immigrants from being deported.
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Minimum wage activists rallied across the country on Labor Day, calling for a $15 minimum wage, "Fox & Friends" reported.
A Georgia school district apologized after a teacher compared President Trump's slogan to a Swastika and told a student they could not wear their "Make America Great Again" shirt to school any more.
In Atascocita, Texas Hurricane Harvey's victims are taking a firm stand against opportunistic visitors who might want to steal from residences as homeowners try to recover from the devastation.
"Fox & Friends" host Clayton Morris announced Monday that he will be leaving the morning program to pursue new endeavors.
The head of Cleveland, Ohio's police union and its Emergency Medical Services union said they won't participate in Colors before upcoming Browns football games after about a dozen starters knelt for the National Anthem last week.
Local police and EMS workers are not happy with a group of Cleveland Browns players who knelt during the national anthem.
Jason Chaffetz said former FBI Director James Comey has a lot of "explaining to do" in light of new reports about how he ended the Hillary Clinton email probe.
Stuart Varney called out the "coastal elites" for criticizing Houston after the devastating floods from Hurricane Harvey.
Jeremiah and Audrey Johnston and their five children are among the thousands who were forced to evacuate their homes in Texas due to Hurricane Harvey floodwaters.
A viral video shows a shotgun-wielding man guarding a Houston grocery store from alleged looters amid the Hurricane Harvey flooding.
Dartmouth professor Mark Bray was chastised by the college's president after he called violence committed by the left-wing group Antifa a "legitimate response."