Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva has been barred from Brazil’s October presidential election by the country’s electoral court despite easily leading in the polls — a ruling that adds uncertainty to the race to lead Latin America’s largest nat…
President Trump’s education secretary said Friday that she has “no intention” of taking action regarding any possible use of federal funds to arm teachers.
A California-based trucking company and one of its drivers were accused of negligence Friday in a pair of lawsuits as investigators sorted through the wreckage from a deadly bus crash on a New Mexico highway.
Brazil’s top electoral court on Friday began debating whether jailed former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva — the campaign front-runner — will be able to run in October’s presidential election or be barred due to a corruption conviction.
The FBI on Friday arrested five former residents of a ramshackle compound in New Mexico on firearms and conspiracy charges as local prosecutors dropped charges in the death of a 3-year-old boy at the property.
The FBI announced Friday that it had arrested all five New Mexico compound suspects, days after multiple charges against them were dropped.
Authorities said Friday that two former rebel leaders of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia have abandoned their camps, raising fears they could abandon a fragile peace process that ended five decades of internal conflict.
The FBI on Friday announced that it has arrested all five “extremist Muslim” New Mexico compound suspects, just days after multiple charges were dropped against those involved.
An ax-swinging San Antonio man was struck by a train after jumping on the tracks early Friday morning, an official confirmed to Fox News.
A supporter of the Islamic State group who plotted to kill British Prime Minister Theresa May received a prison sentence of at least 30 years Friday from a judge who called him “a very dangerous individual.”
The chancellor of North Carolina’s flagship university is giving a strong indication that the school won’t return a torn-down Confederate statue to where it used to stand.
Fans of the popular Dragon’s Breath snack, the treat infused with liquid nitrogen that allows consumers to blow smoke after eating it, should think twice before consuming the controversial food, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned on Thursday.
Conservative news sites and pundits are falsely accusing Ripon College, a private liberal arts school in Wisconsin, of banning posters that are part of a campus 9/11 memorial display organized by a student political group.
There is something instructive happening in our country in this moment.