22 Facts About The Roman Empire That Are So Interesting, I Know They Will Live In My Brain For All Of Eternity

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Archaeologists Discover 'Exceptional' 2,000-Year-Old Female Marble Statue

The life-sized statue found in the ancient city of Tusculum is in excellent condition and of high quality, according to researchers.

Best Banks and Credit Unions for Military Members and Their Families, October 2023

The best banks and credit unions for military members and their families offer perks like discounted loans and high interest rates on bank accounts.

Islamic extremist attack in western Niger kills nearly a dozen soldiers amidst worsening security landscape

A violent assault orchestrated by Islamic extremists in western Niger resulted in the deaths of at least twelve soldiers, while seven others sustained injuries.

Ukraine accuses Putin of faking meeting with Chechen strongman to hide his suspected illness

Questions have been raised about the length of the Kremlin meeting and its timing.

Hibs predicted line up v Dundee as Nick Montgomery makes changes

John Greechan predicts the Hibs side to face Dundee at Easter Road

Another weight-loss pill shows positive results, energizing Wall Street

Structure Therapeutics, which is developing a pill version of popular weight-loss drugs, has seen its stock price nearly double since going public in February.

Sam Smith: Tiny Desk Concert

The singer's Tiny Desk performance is a joy to behold.

Billy Pearce joins Bake Off winner and Emmerdale star for panto launch

IT'S panto time again! Billy Pearce returns to the Alhambra stage in December as Buttons in Cinderella - and he will be joined by Great British Bake Off winner, and Strictly Come Dancing finalist, John Whaite as Dandini and

Supreme Court agrees to hear case on whether states can regulate social media companies like TikTok and Meta

The Florida and Texas state laws now up for review are purportedly aimed at stopping social media companies from censoring their users.

Every cast member from 'The Boys' who shows up on the spin-off series 'Gen V,' so far

There are a handful of familiar actors from "The Boys" who make appearances and cameos on season one of Prime Video's spin-off series "Gen V."

Fulton County prosecutors signal plea deals may be offered to Trump co-defendants

Fulton County, Ga., prosecutors in the sprawling racketeering case against former President Trump and 18 co-defendants indicated Friday that plea deals may be made available to some defendants soon. During a pretrial conference for

Menendez tells Senate colleagues he won't resign, remains defiant amid bribery charges

New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez remained defiant in the face of federal bribery charges on Thursday, telling a room full of his Senate Democratic colleagues that he has no plans to resign.

Meet The Most In-Demand Young Coach In Soccer

This former World Cup winner is making a name for himself on the sidelines — and big clubs are watching.

House Republicans advance stopgap bill to avoid government shutdown

House Republicans on Friday advanced a GOP-crafted stopgap bill to avoid a government shutdown, clearing a key procedural hurdle even as some hardline Republicans opposed the legislation. The chamber voted 218-210 to kick off debate

Let Black boys grow their hair

A Texas teenager was suspended for having dreadlocks too long for school rules. His family says it violates a new state law protecting ethnic hairstyles.

NC Central's Juan Velarde using his journey from Peru to the gridiron to inspire others

North Carolina Central Eagles punter Juan Velarde was named to the Allstate Good Works Team for the 2023 season. He talked to Fox News Digital about what the honor means to him.

Judge Is Ending Conservatorship Between Michael Oher And 'Blind Side' Tuohy Family

Oher signed the agreement when he was 18 and living with the couple as he was being recruited by colleges as a star high school football player.

Biden says House GOP failed military with looming shutdown

President Biden unloaded on House Republicans, blaming them for the looming government shutdown and saying military service members and their families will pay the price for politics.

With Jimmy Garoppolo in concussion protocol, Raiders' starting QB vs. Chargers is unknown

Jimmy Garoppolo has been preparing as if he's going to be the Las Vegas Raiders' starting quarterback on Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers. The Raiders' medical staff will make the call, and that might not happen

Putin meets with Wagner commander who was once arrested while 'dangerously intoxicated,' says he's now leading combat missions in Ukraine

At the meeting, Putin referred to Troshev leading "various combat missions," including in Ukraine.

Compton man convicted of attempted murder in 2020 vengeful attack on LA sheriff's deputies

A Compton resident has been found guilty of attempted murder, potentially facing a life sentence, for a vengeful 2020 attack that left two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies wounded.

Inside the Blockbuster Trade That Shocked the N.B.A.

A Damian Lillard trade to the Miami Heat became virtually impossible. Then the Milwaukee Bucks entered the picture.

Bono: Freedoms are 'going in reverse'

The loss of freedoms is keeping Bono up at night, with the U2 frontman saying that rights in the United States are “going in reverse.” “Who’d have thought that the word ‘freedom’ would be upon trial? It’s a really interesting

Michigan's Blake Corum making an impact off the field, realizes bigger purpose than football

Michigan Wolverines star running back Blake Corum opened up to Fox News Digital recently about the impact he is making in his community.

Russell Brand Wants to Be the Victim of a Conspiracy

The actor and his defenders are trying to deflect accusations of sexual assault by claiming that he’s being persecuted for his political views.

America's 'Child Care Apocalypse' Is Right Around the Corner

A government shutdown means that about 3.2 million children could lose child care, estimates suggest.

These 10 Suburbs Are the Most Affordable for Homebuyers

Chicago topped the list when it came to its nearby suburbs' home values.

State of emergency declared in New York City due to flooding risk

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) declared a State of Emergency across parts of New York due to extreme rainfall and flooding risks Friday morning. The emergency declaration covers New York City, Long Island and the Hudson Valley,

Please stop telling us everything is fine with the economy; it is not

ERIE, Pennsylvania — Two weeks ago, Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman told CNN anchor Christiane Amanpour there is a peculiar disconnect between how the economy is doing and how the public is feeling about it.

The Cameras Were Rolling for a Football Game. Then Taylor Swift Showed Up.

“There is that balance as to how often we show her and when we show her,” said Fox lead N.F.L. director Rich Russo.

10 details you might have missed on season 1 of 'The Boys' spin-off 'Gen V,' so far

Prime Video's college-set spin-off of "The Boys" premiered with three episodes on Friday. Here are the references fans might have missed.

Trump launches insult-laden attack on surging opponent: 'Birdbrain doesn't have the talent!'

Donald Trump took shots at surging Republican presidential challenger Nikki Haley in an insulting social media post Friday. The former president and current GOP frontrunner reacted to another strong debateperformance by Haley, who

How to keep a promise to put patients over paperwork

Overregulation of quality has increased costs, harmed patients and driven physician burnout.

Dr Lesley Sawers Appointed Interim Deputy Chair of the EHRC

Current Equality and Human Rights Commissioner, Dr Lesley Sawers OBE, has been appointed Interim Deputy Chair of the EHRC by the Minister for Women & Equalities