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Corruption case reopened against Argentina's Vice President Fernández, adding to her legal woes

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — A federal appeals court in Argentina reopened a money laundering investigation into Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner on Tuesday, increasing her legal woes just weeks before she leaves office and loses her immunity from arrest.

Fernández, 70, who served as president from 2007 to 2015, leaves office when President-elect Javier Milei is sworn in on Dec. 10. She already has been sentenced to six years in prison in a separate corruption case...


Could flu vaccination reduce the risk of heart attacks and cardiovascular deaths?

People who get the flu vaccine may have improved heart health, according to a recent study published in Scientific Reports.

Researchers from the Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences in Tehran, Iran, concluded that patients who received flu vaccinations had a 26% reduced risk of having a heart attack and were 33% less likely to die from cardiovascular disease.

This finding is based on a review of five randomized controlled trials that focused on myocardial disease and influenza...


Hayden Hurst not shocked Panthers fired Frank Reich amid disastrous season, discusses how team moves forward

The news of Frank Reich's firing as head coach of the Carolina Panthers took tight end Hayden Hurst off-guard. 

But he knew that, with a 1-10 record after falling to the Tennessee Titans this past Sunday, a change could be around the corner even if no one wanted it to happen. 

"I was actually in the training room because unfortunately I’ve been in concussion protocol for the last couple weeks, so been a little bit removed from the team just trying to build my way back up," Hurst told Fox...


Yankees refrained from surrendering uniform number in hopes of acquiring prized Japanese free agent: report

The New York Yankees are coming off their most disappointing season in a generation.

Their 82-80 record was their worst since 1993, the last time they finished under .500.

After winning 99 games in 2022, they missed the postseason for the first time since 2016.

The franchise may look to a star Japanese pitcher to help turn things around. 


Yoshinobu Yamamoto is available for all 30 MLB teams to sign, and some in the market believe the...


US Marine veteran Paul Whelan jailed in Russia attacked in prison, family says

Paul Whelan, U.S. Marine veteran who has been imprisoned in Russia for several years on what critics have said are false charges, was attacked Tuesday by another inmate, his family said. 

David Whelan said his brother was assaulted at a labor camp Tuesday afternoon. He said his brother was working at a sewing table when a new inmate blocked part of the production line and Paul asked him to move out of the way. 

"After repeated requests, the prisoner hit Paul in the face, breaking Paul's...


AOC castigated for calling New York City unaffordable for working-class as editorial blames her policies

The New York Post editorial board ripped Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., after she complained that New York City was too expensive for "working-class people."

The board agreed that the lawmaker was right but pointed the blame at her for pushing the very policies that have made the city too expensive. 

The editorial, published Tuesday, began by stating, "For once, AOC is right: ‘They can’t afford to live here anymore,’ she said Monday of working-class Gothamites. The thing is,...


Ramaswamy swipes 'GOP establishment' in Iowa for supporting CO2 pipelines as part of climate ‘hoax’

FIRST ON FOX - Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy is taking the "GOP establishment" in Iowa to task, specifically calling out Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds over support of the CO2 pipeline he argues negatively impacts farmers in the Hawkeye State. 

In an announcement obtained by Fox News Digital, Ramaswamy teased a policy speech he's set to give Friday in Des Moines regarding CO2 pipelines being implemented he says as part of the "climate change agenda," knocking Republicans who are...


Texas judge Lina Hidalgo slapped with criminal abuse of office complaint day after visit with VP Kamala Harris

More legal issues continue to plague Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo as a criminal complaint has been filed and referred to the Texas Rangers for investigation just a day after meeting with Vice President Kamala Harris. 

The complaint stems from a press conference Hidalgo held earlier this month on November 10, the day after news broke that the Texas Rangers would be executing search warrants in relation to an $11 million COVID-19 vaccine outreach contract the county awarded to a highly...


'Rocky' star Brigitte Nielson admits becoming a mom at 55 years old is 'very expensive,' not for everyone

Brigitte Neilsen shared some words of caution for women who are hoping to become mothers later in life. 

In 2018, the 60-year-old actress gave birth to her fifth child, daughter Frida, at the age of 55 after undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment for 13 years. However, the "Rocky IV" star admitted that the process is not for everyone. 

"It's a very personal thing," Nielsen told People magazine of trying to get pregnant at an older age. 

She continued, "Being on hormones, and...


NYC Mayor Eric Adams says top campaign fundraiser whose home was raided no longer in role

New York City Mayor Eric Adams confirmed Tuesday that Brianna Suggs, his top campaign fundraiser, is no longer serving in her role, according to reports.

In early November, the FBI raided the 25-year-old campaign consultant’s home, and during the search agents seized three iPhones and two laptop computers, along with papers and other evidence related to a corruption investigation.

The raid at Suggs' residence was part of an inquiry into whether foreign money was funneled into Adams’...


Ohio Supreme Court dismisses 3 Dem-backed lawsuits over Statehouse maps

The more than two-year legal battle over the maps of Ohio Statehouse districts that were crafted in response to the 2020 Census may be over.

In a 4-3 ruling late Monday, the Ohio Supreme Court cited unanimous, bipartisan passage in September of a new round of legislative maps in dismissing three long-running lawsuits brought by Democratic and voting-rights groups.

After winning five straight rounds of wrangling that found the redrawn districts were unconstitutionally gerrymandered to favor...


Wisconsin reports 18% deer kill decline this hunting season

Hunters killed significantly fewer deer during Wisconsin's nine-day gun season this year than they did last year, according to preliminary data released Tuesday by the state Department of Natural Resources.

After kicking off with a slow opening weekend, hunters reported a total of 173,942 deer harvested from Nov. 18-26, a 17.6% decrease from the 2022 season and roughly 11% below the state's five-year average. Hunters in northern Wisconsin saw the steepest declines.



'Sex and the City' star Cynthia Nixon begins hunger strike demanding Gaza ceasefire from Biden

Actress Cynthia Nixon, known for starring in the HBO show "Sex and the City" and its new spin-off, joined a hunger strike alongside politicians and activists demanding President Biden establish a permanent ceasefire in Gaza.

"As the mother of Jewish children, whose grandparents are Holocaust survivors, I have been asked by my son to use any voice I have to affirm as loudly as possible that ‘never again’ means ‘never again for everyone,'" Nixon declared in a prepared speech.



High-fat flight is first jetliner to make fossil-fuel-free transatlantic crossing from London to NY

LONDON (AP) — The first commercial airliner to cross the Atlantic on a purely high-fat, low-emissions fuel flew Tuesday from London to New York in a step toward achieving what supporters called "jet zero."

The Virgin Atlantic Boeing 787 flight was powered without using fossil fuels, relying on so-called sustainable aviation fuel made up largely of tallow and other waste fats.


"The world will always assume...


Former child actor Evan Ellingson's cause of death revealed

Former "CSI: Miami" star Evan Ellingson’s cause of death earlier this month was revealed to be an accidental fentanyl overdose, the San Bernardino County coroner’s office confirmed to Fox News Digital on Tuesday. 

His manner of death was ruled an accident, according to the coroner’s death register. 

Ellingson, 35, was found dead in his bedroom in Fontana, California, on Nov. 5. 

His father previously told Fox News Digital that he had struggled with drug addiction for years, "but was...

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The 10 Best Books of 2023

The staff of The New York Times Book Review choose the year’s standout fiction and nonfiction.

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Koch Network Endorses Nikki Haley in Bid to Push GOP Past Trump

The support will give Ms. Haley more organizational strength in the field as she battles Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida for the No. 2 spot in the Republican presidential race.

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When Is the DeSantis-Newsom Debate and How to Watch

The unusual event, between a Republican presidential candidate and a high-profile Democratic governor who has been a surrogate for the Biden administration, will be moderated by Sean Hannity.

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Gavin Newsom, Set to Debate Ron DeSantis, Wants Fox News Viewers to Hear Him Out

After sparring twice with Sean Hannity, Gov. Gavin Newsom of California will jump into the ring this week with Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida. The stakes are high for both men.

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Charles T. Munger, Much More Than Warren Buffett’s No. 2, Dies at 99

A billionaire himself, he was the witty vice chairman of Mr. Buffett’s powerhouse investment firm Berkshire Hathaway. But he had far more influence than his title suggested.

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