UN: Saudi coalition OKs resumption of UN flights to Yemen

The United Nations says the Saudi-led coalition that has imposed an air, sea and land blockade on Yemen since Nov. 6 has authorized the resumption of U.N. flights to the Yemeni capital starting Saturday.

Irish government faces crisis at crunch time for Brexit

Ireland’s government is at risk of collapse, three weeks before a crucial European Union summit on Brexit.

Turkey does not rule out possible contact with Assad

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has not ruled out possible contact with President Bashar Assad in a sign that his stance may be softening toward the Syrian leader.

Ashley Graham gets candid on Miss Universe, being a sex symbol as a plus-size model

Ashley Graham made history in 2016 when she became the first plus-size model to grace the cover of the coveted Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue – and she’s now hoping one major pageant will break barriers with curves.

What to buy for movie fanatics this holiday season

Here’s looking at you, movie fan. Film lovers on your holiday gift list will rejoice to receive DVDs, books and merchandise devoted to the silver screen. Check out Fox News’ guide to presents that will have movie buffs saying, “You complete me.”

The wildest ‘Bachelor’ scandals of all time

“The Bachelor” has been a pop culture sensation since its first episode aired in 2002.

Disneyland just discontinued one of its annual passes

The force is still with Disneyland’s most frequent visitors — it’s just going to cost them a lot more.

8 things grocery shoppers should do as soon as they get home

Though it’s tempting to immediately dig into your new treats, these preparation hacks will save you so much time in the long run.

Catholic officials threaten ex-seminarians over sex claims

Catholic officials in Italy have threatened former altar boys of the pope with criminal defamation charges for having publicly accused an older seminarian of sexual misconduct when they lived together at the youth seminary inside the Vatican gardens.

North Korea may have replaced its entire border security team after defection

Pyongyang may have replaced its entire security force at the border after a North Korean soldier, under a hail of gunfire, defected into South Korea last week.