'Bachelor in Paradise' stars Kylee and Aven might be part of the season's messiest love quadrangle

Kylee and Aven apparently had some flirtations on social media before filming "Bachelor in Paradise" season 9.

Senators Press for Evan Gershkovich's Release After Six Months in Custody

The Wall Street Journal correspondent was arrested while on a reporting trip.

Another Worrisome Inflation Indicator: Surging Mining Costs

Cost blowouts on new projects have become a theme, and could translate into higher prices for electric cars and air conditioners.

China Eastern Airlines just made the biggest C919 order ever, for 100 planes

China Eastern Airlines said on Thursday it will buy another 100 C919 airplanes in a deal worth $10 billion at list prices, in what would be the largest ever order for the jet made by the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China

Fugitive Proud Boy 'tool' found and arrested for assaulting police on Jan. 6

A Proud Boys member who served as the far-right group’s “tool” during the Jan. 6, 2021, attempted insurrection and then disappeared after he was convicted has reportedly been found and arrested again. In May, Christopher Worrell, of

Couple's panic as mum give birth early with 2,000 mile train ride only way home

A mother gave birth to her newborn baby early as she and her husband were 2,000 miles away from home. The birth was a massive surprise because doctors had given the couple the green light to travel

Blood-sucking 'alien' creature that's 'the stuff of horror movies' found in pond

A woman working at a wildlife refuge pulled a strange creature out of a lake that was stuck on the side of an aquarium that was likely tossed in years ago and went unnoticed until the recent drought lowered water levels - and

Biden impeachment inquiry would not be needed if DOJ 'did their job,' analysts say

The Biden impeachment inquiry hearing lasted 6 hours on Thursday, and was followed by reaction and analysis on FOX News' 'Your World with Neil Cavuto.'

Oil Rally Cools, Providing Relief For Stocks

Oil prices flirted with one-year highs on Thursday before falling in a bout of profit-taking, which tempted investors back into stocks after several days of losses over inflation fears.

House GOP passes Pentagon funding bill after failed tries

House Republicans late Thursday night approved legislation to fund the Department of Defense for fiscal year 2024, a success for GOP leaders after they decided to strip Ukraine funding from the legislation following two failed

How Joe Biden's Kin Profited Off the Family Name. 'The Big Guy Is Calling Me.'

James and Frank Biden have for decades leveraged their brother’s clout in their business pursuits.

9/28: Prime Time with John Dickerson

John Dickerson reports on the first hearing in the Biden impeachment inquiry, the looming government shutdown, and why chronic school absences are on the rise.

House GOP approves State Department funding bill despite Ukraine opposition

House Republicans on Thursday passed legislation to fund the State Department and foreign operations, clearing the bill despite some GOP lawmakers voicing opposition to provisions pertaining to Ukraine. The chamber approved the

Appeals court lifts partial stay on Idaho abortion ban

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued an order on Thursday lifting a lower court ruling that prevented the state of Idaho from enforcing parts of its near-total abortion ban. Citing the Supreme Court decision Dobbs v. Jackson

A man spoke to 911 screaming about bears trying to kill him. Officials said he was drunk and just wanted help getting out of the woods.

The man was rescued from woods in West Virginia after claiming bears were stalking him, but later said he was "extremely intoxicated," police said.

The modern masculinity MacGuffin

The trouble is that the need for a solution for men, particularly young men, is not the same thing as identifying a need for men themselves.

Former Crypto Star Sam Bankman-Fried Faces US Trial

Sam Bankman-Fried, once the most respected face of crypto currency, goes on trial Tuesday in federal court facing seven counts of fraud that could see him spend decades in prison.

US Government Readies For Imminent Shutdown

The US government began Thursday to inform workers of an impending shutdown that could see millions of federal employees and military personnel temporarily sent home or working without pay, unless Congress reaches a last-ditch deal.

Mount, Amrabat and Hannibal have given Manchester United what they didn't have last season

Man United manager Erik ten Hag has the luxury - at last - of being able to make changes in key areas of the team without experiencing a reduction in quality.

Japanese Baseball Fans Are a Tricky Nut to Crack for U.S. Peanut Growers

‘Peanuts at a ballpark? Hmmm, I don’t get it;’ America’s challenging quest to introduce ?a beloved munchie to stadium-goers in Japan

Woman returns to store she allegedly shoplifted to demand phone she forgot

The store owner offered to exchange her electronic device – which Murrieta police said had the suspect's California driver's license and a credit card inside the case – for the stolen goods, but the suspect allegedly

Mainstream GOP hit for being 'missing in action' in effort to avoid shutdown

House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) blasted a fellow New Yorker and GOP lawmaker for being "missing in action" on combating a looming federal government shutdown.

Taylor Swift downed shots of booze with new pal Brittany Mahomes at NFL after-party

Taylor Swift is getting close with Travis Kelce's friends, hanging out with NFL wife Brittany Mahomes at the post-game party Sunday

US Anti-discrimination Agency Sues Tesla Over 'Pervasive' Racism

A federal anti-discrimination agency filed a lawsuit Thursday accusing Elon Musk's Tesla of allowing "pervasive" racism at its Silicon Valley car plant and retaliating against Black workers who opposed such abuse.

Musk Guts X's Election Integrity Teams Ahead Of Major Votes

X-owner Elon Musk said that he had gutted the platform's team dedicated to preserving election integrity as key votes in many countries are approaching.

Japanese baseball, model to the world

If you combine the berserk energy of a college basketball arena, the traditional pomp and circumstance of a royal parade, the unbridled passion of a European soccer cup final, and the studied intensity of a championship chess match,

Newcastle United transfer rumours as Magpies eye 'young striker' and Adrien Rabiot links continue

A round-up of the latest Newcastle United transfer rumours with a young striker reportedly next on the Magpies wish list

Poland's Culture Wars Snare Oscar-Nominated Director Agnieszka Holland

As parliamentary elections in mid-October near, government leaders say a movie about a recent refugee crisis tarnishes the country.

House passes State Department spending bill just days ahead of government shutdown

The House managed to pass its annual State Department and Foreign Operations spending bill, overcoming a small faction of Republican lawmakers who opposed the legislation due to some provisions that allocated funds to go toward the

Netflix makes huge change to its service - but you probably won't even notice it

Netflix will mail its final discs to loyal DVD-loving customers tomorrow as the streaming platform kisses its physical movie shipping service goodbye. It's DVD service killed Blockbuster and reshaped at-home entertainment

Australian defense minister says army will stop flying European-designed Taipan helicopters

Australian Defense Minister Richard Marles says the army will never again fly its fleet of MRH-90 Taipan helicopters following a crash in July that killed four soldiers

EU poised to agree new rules for asylum-seekers and migrants

The European Union was poised Thursday to agree new rules for how it handles asylum-seekers and irregular migrants after Germany said it would go along with the intensely-negotiated package.

Melania has 'quietly renegotiated her prenup' with Trump ahead of his bid for a second White House term and legal drama - and is 'most concerned' about getting a sizeable trust fund for Barron

Aired in a piece from Page Six Thursday, the updated terms reportedly involve both finances and property, and seek to increase a trust set up for the couple's only son, 17-year-old Barron.

EU's Mediterranean Leaders Meet On Migration

The leaders of nine Mediterranean and southern European countries, including France's Emmanuel Macron and Italy's Giorgia Meloni, meet Friday in Malta for talks set to focus on migration.