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Daughter's boyfriend, of whom Atlantic City mayor disapproved, recorded abuse on video call: affidavit

Democratic Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small was caught on video abusing his daughter by her boyfriend, of whom he disapproved, according to an affidavit.

Fox News Politics: Unbiased juror quest

The latest updates from the 2024 campaign trail, exclusive interviews and more Fox News politics content

Trial for ex-FBI informant accused of fabricating Biden bribery story delayed until after 2024 election

The trial for ex-FBI informant Alexander Smirnov was scheduled to begin Monday in Los Angeles after special counsel David Weiss filed charges against him.

Caitlin Clark rocks Prada outfit close to $17,000 for 2024 WNBA Draft

Caitlin Clark, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2024 WNBA Draft, was rocking a full Prada outfit on the orange carpet that was nearly $17,000.

MSNBC host praises 'DEI' officials prosecuting Trump: 'Wonderfully poetic'

MSNBC's Joy Reid applauded the "DEIs" prosecuting Donald Trump on Monday, calling it "wonderfully poetic" as his first criminal trial in New York is underway.

Arizona rancher defense consultant claims 'cartel influence' in murder probe, rips sheriff's past comments

George Alan Kelly's defense is expected to call Santa Cruz County Sheriff David Hathaway, arguing the probe was mired by "cartel influence."

Sen Hawley calls on Energy Secretary Granholm to resign in heated exchange over stock trades

Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., called on Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm to immediately resign during a contentious exchange at a hearing on Tuesday morning.

Utah teen and dad go on Ford racing trip after CEO learns of son’s cancer battle: ‘Hard to put into words’

A teen with cancer got a unique experience thanks to the CEO of Ford. The 18-year-old and his dad from Utah were gifted a trip to the performance racing school.

Ex-MLB infielder arrested as 1 of 4 alleged 'scam artists' in insurance fraud scheme, police say

Former MLB infielder Yuniesky Betancourt has been charged by authorities with four felony counts for his involvement in an alleged insurance fraud scam.

Weedkiller manufacturer seeks lawmakers' help to squelch claims it failed to warn about cancer

Chemical giant Bayer has been lobbying lawmakers to pass bills that would provide it with a legal shield against lawsuits that assert its weedkiller Roundup causes cancer.

Ukraine prime minister calls for more investment in war-torn country during Chicago stop of US visit

Ukraine Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal spoke to Chicago-area business leaders on Tuesday, as part of multiple stops aimed at drumming up investment in the war-torn country.

Pentagon spox on whether US will help Israeli attack on Iran: 'That’s a question for Israel'

Pentagon spokesperson Sabrina Singh pressed by FOX News Channel's Bill Hemmer on the possibility of the US helping Israel's attack against Iran as the Jewish State's war cabinet weighs its next move.

USC cancels valedictorian's graduation speech after anti-Israel social media posts, security concerns emerge

A Muslim valedictorian at the University of Southern California has been barred from giving a commencement speech after anti-Israel posts came to light.

Tennessee woman gets life in prison for killing 4 people over custody dispute

Jazzmine Hall, 29, of Athens, Tennessee, pleaded guilty Monday to killing four people over a custody dispute, and has been sentenced to life in prison.

Patrick Mahomes gushes about Taylor Swift, praises her interest in football

Kansas City Chiefs great Patrick Mahomes raved about Taylor Swift and dismissed any notion she was a distraction to the team during its skid.

Watch out for the new ‘ghost hackers’

Learn how to secure social media accounts, implement legacy contacts, and create a digital estate plan to protect your online assets from 'ghost hackers' after your death.

China pushing US fentanyl crisis, House panel report reveals

A new House report released Tuesday revealed that China is fueling the fentanyl crisis in the U.S. to create "chaos and devastation" from the epidemic.

Indian police kill 29 suspected Maoist rebels in a gunbattle in a central state

At least 29 suspected Maoist rebels were killed by police in India in the central state of Chhattisgarh on Tuesday; this comes three days before the beginning of a national election.

Legal experts say Biden admin's legal theory in Jan 6 prosecution 'on the ropes' after Supreme Court argument

Legal experts say the DOJ was “on the ropes" in Tuesday’s oral arguments at the Supreme Court in a case questioning whether a Jan. 6 rioter can be charged with obstruction.

Excused juror reveals selection process for Trump's hush money trial: 'Not a fan'

An excused juror in former President Donald Trump's hush money trial spoke to Fox News Tuesday about the selection process after she was dismissed.

Circus performer follows in parents' footsteps as human cannonball, feeling 7 G's with each launch

Skyler Miser has grown up around the circus. Now as the Ringling Rocket, she knows circus life well, as both of her parents are also former performers.

Trump trial: Why can't Americans see or hear what is going on inside the courtroom?

Former President Donald Trump is the first U.S. president to face criminal charges in an American courtroom, yet most of the country is getting news about the trial secondhand.

Lawyer for former top lawmaker in Michigan House expects he will be charged

The lawyer for Lee Chatfield, the former leader of the Michigan House, said Tuesday that prosecutors plan to file charges against Chatfield for financial crimes.

Scott Peterson defense drops motion to seal in bid for new trial after prosecutors note files mostly public

Scott Peterson returns to court as he seeks a new trial in murder of pregnant wife Laci Peterson and unborn son Conner with help from LA Innocence Project.

Crop-rich California region may fall under state monitoring to preserve groundwater flow

In a first-of-its kind move, California might regulate groundwater use in part of San Joaquin Valley; this comes 10 years after lawmakers tasked local communities with managing the resource.

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