Protests have erupted across Iran after the government unexpectedly announced it was rationing gas and increasing its price. At least two people have been killed.Prices rose by at least 50% on Friday as subsidies on petrol were reduced.
Four police officers were among nearly two dozen people killed after security forces engaged in an hour-long gunbattle with suspected cartel members Saturday in a Mexican town near the U.S. border, days after President Trump said he was moving to designate Mexican drug cartels as terror organizations.
Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf, in an exclusive interview with Fox News while touring the border just days after taking the helm at DHS, detailed what he described as an urgent and “exciting” plan to go after the gangs fueling the flow of illegal migrants, weapons and drugs across the southern border.
North Korea appeared to conduct a “missile launch” on Thursday, firing two projectiles into its eastern sea amid stalled denuclearization talks with Washington, military officials said. The U.S. military has not confirmed what type of projectiles were fired, and are investigating the launch with their allies in South Korea and Japan.
Clinton family associate Sidney Blumenthal has made legal threats to the publisher of a forthcoming book featuring allegations against Democrats in connection with the Russia investigation in an attempt to stop publication, Fox News has learned.
Friday Russian citizen Maria Butina was quietly released from a Florida prison and is now set for speedy deportation after having served most of her 18-month sentence for pleading guilty to acting as an unregistered agent for the Kremlin, Fox News has learned.
A 32-year-old man accused of hacking into U.S. financial institutions and stealing more than $6 million was arrested in Ukraine as he was hiding from American authorities.