World War II veteran Johnnie Jones, Sr. poses for a portrait at his home in Baton Rouge, La., Tuesday, May 28, 2019. He remembers wading ashore and one incident when he and his fellow soldiers came under fire from a German sniper. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
D-Day was the largest invasion the world has ever seen. Tens of thousands of Allied troops... Read more
The Virginia pastor wrote that the White House called just before the president’s arrival and asked him to pray for Trump as part of “Pray for President Trump Day.”
A pastor’s explanation of President Donald Trump’s sudden visit to his church on Franklin Graham’s “Pray for Donald Trump Day” is casting doubt on the White House’s widely publicized claim that he went there to... Read more
It’s been 98 years since one of the worst race massacres on United States soil occurred.
The Greenwood District in Tulsa, Oklahoma was once called the “Black Wall Street,” a 35-block radius in the segregated community thriving with hundreds of businesses.
On June 1, 1921, the entire area was burned down as a result of a riot that began after a black... Read more
The network’s legal analyst also said the special counsel’s comments Monday were “180 degrees” from Attorney General Bill Barr’s summary of Mueller’s report.
Fox News legal analyst Andrew Napolitano said special counsel Robert Mueller made it clear during his Wednesday morning news conference that he believed President Donald Trump had committed a crime.
Mueller announced his resignation as he addressed the nation for the first time since becoming special counsel and leading the... Read more
He also announced he would resign and the special counsel’s office would close. He said he has no plans to testify before Congress.
Robert Mueller on Wednesday encouraged Americans to read his special counsel report on Russian interference in the 2016 election and reiterated his office’s position that, while President Donald Trump could not be charged with a crime while in office, that doesn’t... Read more