Supreme Court considers Jack Daniel's trademark infringement case
Supreme Court justices listened to arguments Thursday in a dispute between Jack Daniel's and a dog toy company that made a chew toy parodying a whiskey bottle.
92% of women runners say they're concerned about safety during outdoor runs: survey
Adidas has released a new running safety survey that says most women around the world worry about their safety, potential attacks and harassment when they go on runs.
Siegfried & Roy's Las Vegas mansion, Jungle Palace, sells for $3 million
The Siegfried & Roy mansion, commonly known as Jungle Palace, has been sold for $3 million. Roy Horn lived there until his death in May 2020.
Catholic bookstore in Florida sues over law requiring businesses use preferred pronouns: 'Part of a narrative'
A Catholic bookstore in Jacksonville, Florida, is suing the city over a human rights ordinance it claims mandates business owners use transgender pronouns, according to a lawsuit.
Washington business owners fed up with crime turn to the Second Amendment for protection
Business owners in the Seattle, Washington, area increasingly purchased firearms in 2020 as protests and riots spread, and are reportedly still armed to protect against crimes.
TikTok under fire for banning 'pro-America' company: 'Blatant move of conservative censorship'
TikTok is accused of seizing conservative-owned Mammoth Nation's advertisement funds after it banned the company from the platform over suspicious activity.
More parents are moving in with their kids thanks to the 'reverse-boomerang effect'
Is having your parents move in with you healthy for American wallets or family values? "Making Money" host Charles Payne weighs the good and the bad of multigenerational living.
TikTok bans conservative veteran-owned company
Mammoth Nation national spokesperson Drew Berquist joined 'Fox & Friends First' to discuss why the platform took action to censor the company and how it is responding to the ban.
Ex-priest condemns 'After School Satan Club': There will be spiritual ‘repercussions’
Rising controversy around a Virginia primary school's Satan club proves there's "goodness and light" to contrast the "darkness," former priest Jonathan Morris argues.
Displaced mom rips Biden admin, Buttigieg for minimizing train disaster: ‘Trying to brush this under the rug’
East Palestine mom of four Chelsea Simpson argued the Biden administration is trying to downplay the toxic train derailment and not show "how big of a deal this really is."
Hermès wins case against artist who sold NFTs of Birkin Bags
The NFT, called a MetaBirkin, mimicked The Birkin bag which has evolved into a coveted luxury item known for its steep price tag and exclusive wait lists.
Is the US ready for a four-day work week?
Research shows 64% of managers expect their company to transition to a four-day schedule within the next five years.
Yelp refuses most legal demands for user info, cites free speech and privacy
Online review giant Yelp makes it a practice to fight legal demands from businesses, law enforcement and government agencies seeking users' information.
Mini is big: General Mills offers new breakfast bundle after success of mini cereals release
General Mills is releasing a new breakfast bundle to go with its hit mini cereal boxes of Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Trix and Reese's Puffs — see the new kit.
Connecticut family business shutting its doors after 11 years, blames inflation, cost of labor
A small business owner in Connecticut is closing his family-oriented Italian restaurant after 11 years in business amid rising inflation and labor shortages. Mark Zommer spoke on "Fox & Friends."
Gun-wielding Applebee's customer intervenes when man attacks staff with knife: police
A man legally carrying a gun intervened when a man was attacking Applebee's staff members with a steak knife in New York, police say. The suspect faces multiple charges.
Texas, Florida, Carolinas among most moved to states in 2022 data shows
Texas, Florida, and the Carolinas are among the most moved-to states in 2022.
GOP mayor on TIME100 Next list is giving Fort Worth ‘what families need across this country’
Fort Worth Mayor Mattie Parker says she's focused on improving the city's "quality of life," and providing policies that "families need across the country"
Florida bill would prohibit financial institutions from tracking gun and ammo purchases
The Florida Arms and Ammo Act would prohibit financial institutions and payment processors from separately categorizing gun and ammo purchases in the state.
Girl Scout cookies are back: What to know about the new cookie flavor for 2023 and how to order
Girl Scouts of the USA has launched its national Girl Scout Cookie Program. The newest flavor for 2023 is Raspberry Rally. Here's where you can find the new cookie and fan favorites.