Fox Nation host and Martin Luther King Jr.'s niece Alveda King says she remembers her uncle's legacy and prophecy with a day of service.
Facebook is facing a lawsuit filed by the sister of a federal security officer who was shot dead in California in May 2020 while guarding a federal courthouse, according to reports.
Americans moved around a lot in 2021, and some states seem to be more popular than others.
Girl Scout cookie fans who have been waiting for the youth group’s latest cookie addition can rest easy because it’s going to become available next week.
The New Year is right around the corner and Americans want to improve their financial standing in 2022.
Airbnb notified its users about its latest New Year's Eve protocol in November 2021. Since then, the new COVID-19 omicron variant has emerged and has overtaken the COVID-19 delta variant in the U.S., according to data published by the CDC.
Kahlúa Coffee Liqueur is issuing a challenge to couples in the U.S. that requires a 30-day break from internet-based technology.
A small company called Gloo has put itself at the forefront of an effort to analyze Americans’ personal data and online activities to help churches reach people most likely to be open to their messages and join their congregations.
For anyone needing a meal or a snack on the go on Christmas Day — or an in-person visit, for that matter — check out some restaurant and store options here.
A home in Fanwood, New Jersey, brings delighted onlookers from all over the country and even the world during the holidays — and the owner donates to a local charity that's helping others in the community
A New York state judge on Friday ordered the New York Times to return internal documents to the conservative activist group Project Veritas, a restriction the newspaper said violates decades of First Amendment protections.
Some Americans are seeking out money guidance from horoscopes.
Whether you like it or not, Elf on the Shelf has become a piece of Christmastime pop culture, and the brand has gone through several growth changes in the last 16 years.
Scotty Thomas, from North Carolina, forgot that he had already bought a lottery ticket for the Lucky for Life drawing and accidentally purchased a second ticket with the same numbers.
When Walmart announced it was ending its layaway program for the majority of its store categories in favor of a buy now, pay later format, social media users expressed their confusion and sadness with nostalgic tweets. Retail experts and financial lending providers aren’t surprised by the shift.
U.S. labor board prosecutors have alleged that Amazon-owned Whole Foods Market illegally banned employees from wearing "Black Lives Matter" masks and punished workers who did, according to Bloomberg.
Carl Neuss, a Cornell University alumnus, has decided to withhold his donation to the school after learning about the diversity training professors have to undergo, which he views as liberal indoctrination on campus.
Former NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch has written a fun yet compelling children's book about the right to keep and bear arms, and Army veteran Graham Allen has written a book about the value of always telling the truth. Brave Books is releasing these two new books just in time for Christmas, and it has a special promotion between Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
When Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg touted the company’s plans last month to build a virtual reality “metaverse” to supplant the internet, he proclaimed that users of this platform will be able to do “almost anything” they could imagine.
The government on Friday directed nursing homes to open their doors wide to visitors, easing many remaining pandemic restrictions while urging residents, families and facility staff to keep their guard up against outbreaks.