Tiger Woods appeared at Augusta National playing a practice round earlier this week, rousing speculation that the most celebrated golfer for the last two decades may be ready to reactivate his game and reignite his quest to win his fifth Masters and his 15th Major championship.
Tuesday morning a man with previous a history of domestic violence walked into a pediatric office in Fresno and gunned down the mother of his five children and then shot himself minutes later killing both of them.
NBA supercoach Phil Jackson, not yet living up to a moniker of NBA superpresident, implored New York season-ticket holders to "remain optimistic” despite the team’s dismal record of 14-60, the worst in all the NBA.
Incensed that Republicans want to abolish Obamacare and that the “billionaire class wants more and more for themselves and less for working families,” socialist U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont barnstormed the Bay Area with a spate of speeches and interviews signaling a possible 2016 presidential run.
The field for the 2015 Masters Tournament in Augusta is set unless someone other than a top fifty player who has not yet qualified wins the Shell Houston Open played April 2-5 in Humble, Texas.
In what Breitbart Executive Chairman, Stephen K. Bannon, referred to as a “stunning” and “breath-taking” course of events, Jeff Gerth of Propublica came on Breitbart News Sunday to discuss his recent article detailing how an ex-Hillary Clinton aide crafted a secret spying network in the lead up to the Benghazi terror attack and corresponded with Clinton via her private email account.
Thursday Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed into law the controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) and has been shielding himself ever since from a tirade of slings and arrows from the media, celebrities, Liberals, and even the NFL and NBA. All of this is a result of what Pence says is a law that protects religious freedom for “Hoosiers.”
One might think that not even a Climate Change devotee like Jerry Brown could justify spending two-thirds of a 1.1 $billion drought relief fund on flood control.
A car moving in the same direction as a Metro Expo Line train cut in front of it to make a turn, causing a horrifying crash, leaving 21 people injured and the driver of the car fighting for his life.
A non-binding amendment introduced by Republican Senator of Louisiana David Vitter--referred to as the Local Control of Education act-- was approved last week in a long and drawn out voting session on the Senate budget resolution, which forbids the federal government "from mandating, incentivizing or coercing states to adopt the Common Core State Standards."
Two presumed gang members were convicted on Wednesday by a Contra Costa jury for murdering an Antioch man in an argument over missing laundry.
Basketball legend Dean Smith, who died in February at 83, remembered all varsity letter winners for him in his 36 year coaching career at North Carolina by leaving them each $200 in his will.
Tiger Woods’ former Stanford teammate and long time confidante, Notah Begay, gives it is 50-50 chance that the world’s most famous golfer and owner of 14 major championships will tee it up for his twentieth Masters Championship at Augusta National on April 9.
Monday Orange County Sheriff’s deputies arrested one black male and three black females in Anaheim in connection with an assault that occurred on Sunday at the Mexico Lindo Restaurant, after a victim reported being struck in the parking lot by a black Volkswagen sedan.
The NCAA slapped sanctions on Syracuse University's basketball team. Fans of a New York girls' basketball team added insult to the penalty by taunting the freshman daughter of Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim.
Two days after a restaurant owner’s finger was bitten off by a violent transient in Venice, CA, business owners held a closed door meeting, turning away concerned residents and the media from participating.
Third generation owner of the New York Giants, John Mara, whipped out his crystal ball on Sunday, predicting that expanded playoffs are not happening in the near future and Los Angeles will be home to one or two teams by next year.
One hiker was killed and another is in critical condition after they ignored an advisory sign to go no further along Bear Valley Trail in the Marin County, California national park on Saturday.
Chaplin Wes Modder left the Marine Corps in 1990 and decided that he would follow the calling that God asked, to be a minister. He also wanted to continue serving his country, so he chose being a military chaplain. Now the U.S. Navy threatens to end his career as a decorated Chaplain for the Naval Special Warfare command, for expressing his view of being in favor of traditional marriage.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz, after telling Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon on Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot radio channel 125 that he loves this country so much, because of the freedom and opportunity that it affords everyone who lives in it, told listeners that "everyone who is following me on line on Twitter at #cruz, stay tuned at midnight tonight."
Sunday devout global warming believer Governor Jerry Brown at first hesitated when host Chuck Todd asked him on Meet The Press if California’s four year drought was directly attributable to climate change. But, the climate change zealot ultimately went into a spirited and somewhat incoherent rant espousing what is most important to him--other than allowing for millions of illegal aliens to gain drivers licenses and welfare subsides.
A Northern California man driving drunk ran over and killed his stepdaughter as she was helping direct him into a parking space in their driveway.
Saturday Senator Rand Paul said that Hillary Clinton should give back the donations that the Clinton Foundation received from Saudi Arabia because of their horrendous record of abuse toward women.
Saturday Braselton, Georgia, police arrested Indianapolis Colts Erik Walden’s ex-girlfriend for slashing the linebacker with a knife and breaking his girlfriends arm with a baseball bat.
Los Angeles, California--Controversial president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Michael Weinstein, aims to be California’s first “porn czar” by passing a 2016 ballot measure, which he wrote, to monitor all adult film sets in California to make sure all male performers wear condoms.
From Our Partners
Fox News Politics
- One foot out the door? Iran talks enter double overtime, White House repeats ‘walk away’ threat2 Apr 2015, 12:00 AM PDT
- California governor orders mandatory water restrictions amid drought1 Apr 2015, 7:00 PM PDT
- Ingraham on religious freedom law: Americans made to feel like the KKK1 Apr 2015, 6:57 PM PDT
- Feds won't pursue contempt charges against Lerner for not testifying before House1 Apr 2015, 2:31 PM PDT
- Fox News Poll: US can’t trust Iran, Obama should get Hill approval of deal1 Apr 2015, 1:25 PM PDT
Fox News National
- Portland International Airport carpet reaches celebrity status2 Apr 2015, 12:24 AM PDT
- Social media, smartphone apps among online tools used to fuel anonymous threats in schools2 Apr 2015, 12:14 AM PDT
- Western governors tout sage grouse conservation efforts to avoid endangered species listing2 Apr 2015, 12:12 AM PDT
- Mother of Getty heir's girlfriend says he had brain aneurysm 2 Apr 2015, 12:00 AM PDT
- Arkansas, Indiana lawmakers race to update religious objection bills criticized as anti-gay1 Apr 2015, 11:52 PM PDT
Fox News Sports
- Skirmish ignites Clippers over Blazers1 Apr 2015, 10:54 PM PDT
- Ducks beat Oilers, clinch Pacific Division title1 Apr 2015, 10:42 PM PDT
- Davis, Pelicans rout Lakers1 Apr 2015, 10:33 PM PDT
- Sharks use strong 3rd to down Avs1 Apr 2015, 10:31 PM PDT
- National Hockey League Game Capsules1 Apr 2015, 10:22 PM PDT