Numerous celebrities threatened to leave the United States if Donald Trump was elected president.
Fox Business Network host Kennedy stopped by the Fox News Deck to discuss results of a new study on whether the “Five Second Rule”—the age-old axiom that says food that hits the ground for less than five seconds is still edible—is real.
Judge Andrew Napolitano filled in for Kennedy on her show last night, and he treated us to a hilarious edition of #TopicalStorm.
The University of Vermont just concluded a three-day retreat for students who "identify as white" so they could confront their white privilege.
While attending a journalism awards ceremony Monday, Hillary Clinton made light of her recent email scandal and her sometimes contentious relationship with the press.
An elementary school in Portland, Oregon, is rethinking its discipline methods after receiving complaints from parents.
Curt Schilling isn't the only one who's fed up with Twitter trolls.
A women's college basketball game in Texas on Saturday ended in a massive bench-clearing brawl.
There are new developments in the American flag-banning controversy at the University of California, Irvine.
Former Major League Baseball star pitcher Curt Schilling outed two men who allegedly posted sexually explicit tweets about his underage daughter, and now he says he's taking it step further and pursuing criminal charges.
A new study released from the Columbia Journalism Review found that the current White House relationship with the press is worse than ever before.
Jordan's King Abdullah II said that the fight against ISIS is "a third World War."