Category Archives: Fox News

2 Kenosha police officers from Jacob Blake case return to duty: reports

Two police officers in Kenosha, Wis., who were linked to the shooting of knife-carrying suspect Jacob Blake in August, returned to duty Wednesday, according to reports.

Why the Trump impeachment fizzled and acquittal is now a foregone conclusion

Any flickering hope among Democrats to convict private citizen Donald Trump died when 45 of the 50 Senate Republicans voted that the entire proceeding is unconstitutional.

Texas homeowner killed in accidental shooting: report

A Harris County, Texas, homeowner was fatally shot Tuesday while he was in his bed with his wife after police said a visitor picked up a gun in another room and—assuming there were no bullets—pulled the trigger, a report said.

PETA mocked on social media for claiming insults like ‘pig,’ ‘chicken’ hurt animals

People For the Ethical Treatment of Animals, better known as PETA, was mocked on social media this week for a tweet that argued calling someone names like a “pig,” “chicken” or a “snake” is hurtful to the animals themselves.

‘Seinfeld’ actor Jerry Stiller’s $5M estate divvied among family, aides, charities

Late comedy legend Jerry Stiller divvied up his roughly $5 million estate among his family, including kids Ben and Amy — and also generously left funds to several New York organizations and former employees, The Post has learned.

Tim Robbins files for divorce from wife Gratiela Brancusi after marrying in secret: reports

“The Shawshank Redemption” star Tim Robbins has reportedly filed for divorce from his wife Gratiela Brancusi.

Liz Cheney’s popularity in Wyoming sinks after impeachment vote, Trump PAC claims

Republican U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney is paying a price for supporting former President Trump’s impeachment, a poll commissioned by Trump’s political operation suggests, according to a report.

Biden’s brother promoted relationship with president in ad for Florida law firm: report

Frank Biden, the president’s younger brother, reportedly promoted his relationship with President Biden in a newspaper ad for a Florida law firm printed on Inauguration Day.

Suburban Milwaukee cop who resigned after fatally shooting 3 since 2015 hired as deputy

Joseph Mensah, the suburban Milwaukee police officer who resigned in November after one of his three fatal shootings since 2015, was hired as a deputy in a neighboring county on Tuesday.

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano: The Constitution is not for sale

To ensure that the new American government could not do what the British government had been doing to the colonists, the Fourth Amendment was enacted.