Now the biggest star in track, American sprinter Noah Lyles can shine much-needed spotlight on world indoors

With the World Athletics Indoor Championships set to start, Noah Lyles appears prepared to deliver. In February he ran 6.44 over 60 metres, establishing a personal best and world lead, … Read More

Unruly American Airlines passenger restrained by others after attempting to open emergency door in-flight

An American Airlines flight was forced to return to New Mexico after a passenger attempted to open the emergency door mid-flight on Tuesday. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and American … Read More

US downs more Houthi drones; American public ‘lulled into complacency’ by Navy’s power, defense official says

U.S. forces shot down four Iran-backed Houthi drones Friday after the terror group fired four anti-ship ballistic missiles earlier, a senior defense official told Fox News. The Houthis are angry … Read More

Police: Stabbing of Palestinian American near Texas university can be classified as hate crime

The stabbing of a 23-year-old Palestinian American who advocates say was attacked near the University of Texas campus while riding in a truck displaying support for Palestine merits the label … Read More

Taylor Swift’s NFL presence a high-octane boost for American right-wing grievance machine

Since frequenting Kansas City games in support of Travis Kelce, Taylor Swift has been portrayed by conservative U.S. commentators as a distraction, a saboteuse, and an undercover government agent dispatched … Read More

Federal court overturns American transgender woman’s persecution-based refugee claim

Canada’s Federal Court has overturned a decision granting refugee status to an American transgender woman who successfully argued that a combination of gun culture and rising transphobia left her at … Read More

Meet the American who created the chairlift, James Curran, railroad engineer lifted skiing to new heights

James Curran swept millions of people off their feet with an idea that changed global recreation. The Nebraska native created the chairlift, an essential fixture of ski resorts here in … Read More

American filmmaker arrested and jailed for spreading pro-Russia propaganda dies in Ukrainian prison

A pro-Putin Chilean-American filmmaker who was imprisoned in Ukraine over allegations of spreading Russian propaganda has died in jail. Gonzalo Lira, a 55-year-old YouTuber and film director who was born … Read More

Coco Gauff, Jessica Pegula cry ‘foul’ over USTA’s depictions of American stars in Australian Open

American tennis stars Coco Gauff and Jessica Pegula took issue with artwork from the U.S. Tennis Association (USTA) that depicted the seeded U.S. stars in the Australian Open. The USTA … Read More

Scotland to restrict American XL bully dog breed, joining England, Wales after series of attacks: report

Scotland is joining England and Wales in regulating the American bully XL dog breed, after dog owners began transporting their dogs up north to avoid rules in place in those … Read More

American exceptionalism ‘running on fumes’ as woke ideology stifles creativity and meritocracy, scholars say

American exceptionalism was universally accepted for generations, here in the United States and even overseas. The nation now faces an identity crisis, historians and scholars tell Fox News Digital, as … Read More

Irate American Airlines passenger allegedly punched flight attendant, kicked, spit on police officers

An irate passenger aboard an American Airlines flight was captured being escorted off the plane after allegedly punching a flight attendant. American Airlines flight 1497 from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport … Read More

Boston Globe column denies that American colleges are ‘left-wing hotbeds’: ‘Not indoctrinating students’

A new column in the Boston Globe argued that despite a “tradition of conservatives complaining of liberal tendencies on campuses,” “no elite university is driven by left-wing politics.” New York … Read More

Mexico eagerly prepares for historic first Latin American lunar mission: ‘Elevates the name of our country’

Mexico will launch its first lunar mission next month, a historic step for the country and Latin America as a whole, according to officials.  “This project will make history and … Read More

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