Jesse Watters on Saturday debated a doctoral candidate from Penn State University, who contended that eating meat reinforces gender stereotypes
Jesse Watters said the leader of the free world did "one of the most Trump things ever" while holding a business lunch with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Leslie Horton, traffic reporter for Canada's "Global News" morning show, brought in her holiday artichoke dip for her colleagues to try on-air. It did not go over well...
A slippery Philadelphia bull enjoyed a brief taste of freedom after bolting from a slaughterhouse and ending up on two Philadelphia freeways before being corralled and killed, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
An oft-controversial sign championed by the late founder of one of Philly's most famous cheesesteak shops has been taken down, the Associated Press reported.
Kellogg has issued a voluntary recall for about 10,000 cases of Eggo Nutri-Grain whole wheat waffles over fears of listeria contamination.
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.
“What are you going to do? Fight him?”
That’s what one stunned Ben & Jerry’s worker said to another after boxing champ Mike Tyson reportedly reached into a freezer and walked off with a $5 ice cream bar at the U.S. Open.
The man took issue with the bag of "carrot batons" that he purchased from grocery store Tesco.
If you're a cheese lover, you need not worry. The United States will not be running out of cheese anytime soon, Adam Shapiro explained today on Fox Business Network.
Quaker Oats is facing a lawsuit that alleges glyphosate, a weed killer, is used in the company's oatmeal products.