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Now 23 sommeliers who thought they'd joined the upper ranks last month will have to do it over again.
Bret Baier gives you a sneak peek of the next show.
The event is included in a 10-year contract to hold live events in the kingdom as the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman loosened the rules on bringing Western entertainment to the country.
'MediaBuzz' host Howard Kurtz weighs in on how liberal resentment toward the Trump administration is spreading to other institutions like the Senate and electoral college.
The Republican challenging Keith Ellison for Minnesota attorney general slammed the congressman in a new attack ad, citing the domestic violence allegations that have been raised against him.
Florida residents attempting to flee their home during Hurricane Michael reportedly stumbled upon a few furry stowaways living in their attic.
Franklin County, Florida sheriff discusses recovery efforts after Hurricane Michael hit the Florida Pan Handle region; details on 'Your World with Neil Cavuto.'
Saudi Arabia under pressure over missing journalist; Judith Miller, a longtime acquaintance of missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi, speaks out on 'The Story with Martha MacCallum.'
Market selloff strikes as midterm battle continues; Dan Henninger of the Wall Street Journal shares insight on 'Your World.'
Following Kanye West and President Trump's meeting on Thursday — in which the "Ye" rapper covered everything from Superman, the 13th and Second amendments to North Korea — celebrities took to Twitter to voice their distaste with West's visit to the White House.
On Thursday, Bret updates you on the latest regarding the market dip that apparently fits a pattern with other economic slumps and gives some theories as to why it happens, while the world starts asking questions of Saudi Arabia about the missing journalist, and a failure to launch by the Russians.
The category 4 storm lashed the Florida panhandle.
In the wake of Hurricane Michael, people are left wondering: If a neighbor's tree falls on your property, who is responsible?
Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., who is running in a tightly contested U.S. Senate race, implied that her home state produced "crazy" in a 2011 speech in which she also promised to advise liberal activists on how to "stop your state from becoming Arizona."
A bill signed into law this week affords New York City residents the opportunity to change the gender on their birth certificate to a third, gender-neutral option.
The Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunters shared a video of their aircraft flying through Hurricane Michael on Wednesday.
West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin tried to secure a personal “Governor’s Helicopter” during his time as the state’s governor using funding from a prescription drug settlement that was intended to combat illegal drug use.
Imagine if the United States military could send combat vehicles like tanks into battle with enemies – but without a single American on the battlefield – instead, the vehicles drive and fight autonomously.
Kanye West – one of President Trump’s most famous and vocal supporters – will meet with the president at the White House on Thursday to discuss matters including prison reform and gang violence.