NYC Mayor heads to Latin America over migrant crisis
Mayor Eric Adams said he will travel to Latin America to discourage people from seeking asylum in the city as it struggles to handle a massive influx of migrants that have overwhelmed its shelter system and strained financial resources.
NYC bill would target slavery-connected statues
The New York City council is weighing a proposal that would remove statues of people who benefited from slavery. FOX 5 New York's Chris Welch has the latest.
Potential Government shutdown deadline looms
Like so many other Americans, members of Congress are returning to work but they're on a tight deadline to prevent a partial government shutdown. FOX's Doug Luzader reports from Washington, as the deadline is less than three weeks away.
Chinese County offers incentives for young brides
A region in eastern China is now offering newlyweds cash "rewards" as long as the bride is aged 25 years or younger, as a way to address a declining national birth rate. Officials in Changshan made the announcement on the county's offici...
Restructuring the Capitol Police after riots
Violence in Washington, D.C. has prompted a council member to call for changes in the chain of command which lead to the delay in shutting down the January 6th riots.
Prosecutors investigate Turkish governments after quake
Turkish gov’t has acknowledged some of its laws & legal procedures may have to be changed or updated after the Turkish people demand answers over their recent tragedy.
NYC Council unveils monkeypox plans
Council members who are a part of the LGBTQ Caucus unveiled what they say is the first major legislative package in the nation to address monkeypox.
State abortion bans and protections take affect
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday overturned Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that had provided a constitutional right to abortion. Different states have laws and protections that will soon go into affect following the Supreme Court decisio...
NYC offers monkeypox vaccine in U.S. first
New York City health officials are among the first in the nation to make the monkeypox vaccine available to those most at risk, and have opened a vaccination clinic in Chelsea, but there are already supply issues complicating its rollout.
AZ House Speaker recalls Jan. 6 testimony
Bowers said efforts by Trump’s backers have harmed the nation, undercut trust in elections and the right of people to vote their conscience. "I just think it is horrendous. It’s terrible," Bowers said. "The result of throwing the pebble ...
California signs executive order for crypto
One U.S. state known for being the birthplace of technical innovation is now moving to embrace cryptocurrency as no other state has before. California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order last week to begin crafting regulations fo...
California declares 'voice of reason' in abortion debate
Advocates in California are seeking to transform the US state into an abortion haven, as millions of people across the United States may soon need to travel thousands of kilometres in search of care.
Russian politician flees after speaking out
Nina Belyave, a councillor from Voronezh, decided it was too dangerous to stay in Russia after speaking out against the invasion of Ukraine.
Kidnapped Melitopol mayor brands Russian captors 'zombies'
Ivan Fedorov, held for five days earlier in the war before being freed, met President Macron at the Elysée Palace on Friday during a European trip to appeal for more aid.
Athletes, performers exempted from vaccine mandates
New York City's mayor will announce Thursday that he's exempting athletes and performers from the citys vaccine mandate for private workers, a move that will allow Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving to play home games and unvaccinated baseb...
Second Ukraine mayor abducted by Russian troops
A Ukraine mayor was abducted by invading Russian forces on Sunday, the second such kidnapping in days, bringing strong condemnation from the European Union.