/Politics/ Last Updated: Mon, May 16th, 2022 @ 3:40pm EDT


Brandon Gillespie

Former Biden Covid advisor dismisses White House warning on case numbers: 'Based on pixie dust'

Former Biden COVID-19 advisor Michael Osterholm dismissed White House claims that the U.S. could see up to 100 million new infections in the fall and winter.


Emma Colton

May 2022 has seen 33 mass shootings so far

Data from the Gun Violence Archive show the U.S. has seen 33 mass shootings since the start of this month to May 15


David Aaro

Golden Knights fire coach Peter DeBoer after missing playoffs for first time

In the aftermath of a season that started with high expectations, the Golden Knights on Monday announced that Peter DeBoer has been relieved of his head coaching duties.


Nikolas Lanum

PolitiFact parent institute's praise of Jen Psaki continues fact-checker's ease on Biden administration

PolitiFact, owned by the Poynter Institute, has a tendency to defend Democrats rather than rigorously fact-check them.


Mack Lamoureux

Pro-Kremlin Influencers Are Using the Buffalo Shooting to Undermine Ukraine

Pro-Kremlin influencers are among a number of people trying to cynically tie the alleged Buffalo mass shooter to an infamous far-right battalion in the Ukrainian military, seemingly in an effort to undermine support for the embattled nation.

On May 14, an 18-year-old man walked into a grocery store in Buffalo, New York, and mercilessly killed 10 people with a rifle. The majority of the victims were Black and authorities have called the attack “racially motivated.” The gunman...


Paul Blest

‘It’s Just Too Much’: 11 of Buffalo Shooting’s 13 Victims Were Black

The victims of the massacre in Buffalo Saturday were innocent bystanders—an elderly woman stopping for a bite to eat after visiting her husband in a nursing home, a writer for community newspapers who advocated for stricter gun control measures, and grocery workers just trying to do their jobs. 

Ten people died in the attack, and three more were wounded. Of the 13 victims, 11 were Black. 

The shooting at the Tops Grocery Store in a predominantly Black neighborhood in Buffalo, New York...


Fox News Staff

Rep. Cammack torches FEMA, Biden admin for prioritizing funding for migrant travel amid baby formula shortage

Florida Rep. Kat Cammack predicted Monday Democrats will ask for additional funding to deal with the crisis once Title 42 is lifted as moms across the country struggle to feed their babies.


Greg Norman

Ukraine strikes deal to evacuate around 50 wounded fighters from Mariupol Azovstal factory

A senior Ukrainian official tells Fox News Monday that an agreement has been reached to evacuate around 50 wounded soldiers from the Azovstal steel factory in Mariupol to Russian-controlled territories.


Ryan Gaydos

Blackpool FC's Jake Daniels comes out as gay: 'I’ve hated lying my whole life'

Blackpool FC forward Jake Daniels came out as gay in a message posted onto the club’s website on Monday.


Sean McVay wants ‘great teammate’ Odell Beckham Jr back with Rams

Odell Beckham Jr joined the Rams last November and became an immediate contributor.


Greg Norman

Biden approves sending US Special Operations troops to Somalia

A senior U.S. defense official has confirmed to Fox News on Monday that President Joe Biden has authorized the deployment of hundreds of Special Operations troops inside Somalia.


Chris Paul can’t guard anyone and everybody knows it, Patrick Beverley says

Minnesota Timberwolves guard Patrick Beverley is one of the feistiest players in the NBA.


Lions' Dan Campbell calls lack of primetime games ‘awesome’

The lack of national exposure doesn’t seem to bother second-year Lions coach Dan Campbell, who appears ready and willing to embrace the stink that comes with going 3-13-1.


Danielle Wallace

Atlanta ride share driver shoots alleged police impersonator making phony traffic in Target parking lot

Atlanta police said a female working as a ride share driver overnight shot and wounded a man in a Target parking lot who falsely claimed to be an off-duty police officer conducting a traffic stop.


Ann Schmidt

Police officers wrangle 6-foot alligator near South Carolina school

Officers with the City of Charleston Police Department’s Animal Control Unit wrangled a 6-foot alligator near a school last week.


Stephanie Nolasco

Prince Albert of Monaco on Grace Kelly’s first meeting with Prince Rainier: ‘My father let his charm work’

The meeting between Hollywood actress Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier was partially set up by "Gone with the Wind" star Olivia de Havilland.


Chuck DeVore

California doubles down on failed homeless policies

California policymakers wholeheartedly demonstrated they remain wedded to their homelessness narrative—that the sole answer to homelessness is life-long, subsidized housing—despite the fact that this one-size-fits-all policy, called "Housing First," has epically failed the Golden State and the nation.


Taylor Penley

Melania Trump shares her 'Fostering the Future' initiative, awards scholarship during Pete Hegseth interview

Former First Lady Melania Trump joined Fox News' Pete Hegseth for an exclusive interview to discuss life after leaving the White House


Ronn Blitzer

Draft of NY congressional redistricting map 'absolutely brutal' for Dems

A draft of a new congressional districting map for the state of New York appears to give Republicans a big boost compared to the lines Democratic lawmakers had originally drawn.


Stephanie Nolasco

SI Swimsuit issue makes history with model Kelly Hughes baring C-section scar: ‘Opportunity of a lifetime’

2021 Rookie of the Year Katrina Scott posed nearly seven months pregnant and Hunter McGrady also appeared six months postpartum.

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