close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for March 26 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. A tiger is apparently loose in Troup County, Georgia, on Sunday morning after a tornado tore through the area, authorities said. The Pine Mountain Animal Safari reported that a tiger at the park was unaccounted for, the Troup County Sheriff's Office said. It was unclear how the tiger escaped. The park posted on Facebook that it will be closed on Sunday. While no further details were immediately available, the apparent escape comes after officials reported that a tornado in the area damaged buildings and toppled trees and power lines. Officials said there is also a report that Verizon cell service is interrupted. MISSISSIPPI GIVEN EF-4 RATING, TORE DEADLY 59-MILE PATH OF DESTRUCTION, WEATHER OFFICIALS SAY A tiger, like the one pictured above, eportedly escaped from the Pine … [Read more...] about Tiger missing from Georgia animal safari after tornado touches down, authorities say
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Biden declares emergency for Mississippi due to storm damage
An aerial view of destroyed homes after thunderstorms spawning high straight-line winds and tornadoes ripped across the state in Rolling Fork, Mississippi, U.S., March 25, 2023. REUTERS U.S. President Joe Biden approved an emergency declaration for Mississippi on Sunday after a powerful storm tore across the state, killing at least 25 people there and one in Alabama. Biden ordered federal aid to supplement state, tribal and local recovery efforts in the affected areas, a White House Statement said. The funding will be available to affected people in the counties of Carroll, Humphreys, Monroe, and Sharkey, the statement said. RELATED STORIES At least 23 dead as tornado, storms rip through Mississippi More than two dozen dead after tornado tears across Mississippi Your subscription could not be saved. Please try again. Your subscription has been successful. … [Read more...] about Biden declares emergency for Mississippi due to storm damage
How to stop Iran’s drive to obtain nuclear weapons short of bombing it: report
close Video Iran sees itself as ‘the big dog’ in the Middle East: Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin Former U.S. Deputy Undersecretary of Defense Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin argues Biden's weakness has created a 'void' and leaves Iran militarily 'emboldened.' Amid the shocking revelation that the Iranian regime enriched near weapons-grade uranium for an atomic weapon, the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) on Friday published a highly detailed report to counter Tehran’s drive to become a nuclear power. The MEMRI report argues that powerful steps can be taken by the Biden administration and Europe to impede Iran’s atomic weapon ambitions short of military strikes targeting Iran’s nuclear facilities. MEMRI lays out a "Plan of Action" that aims to chip away at the legitimacy of the Islamic revolutionary state. The report comes at a historic moment in Iran’s history due to the revolts against the clerical regime sweeping the nation of 87 million … [Read more...] about How to stop Iran’s drive to obtain nuclear weapons short of bombing it: report
Ukraine LIVE: Putin risks catastrophe with plot to ‘intimidate NATO’ in new nuclear threat
Putin warns about response to UK supplying ammo to Ukraine SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Russia has decided to station tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus with Vladimir Putin 's announcement on Saturday being taken as a clear warning to NATO amid escalating tensions with the West. Although the move was not entirely unexpected, it represents one of Russia 's most clear-cut nuclear threats since the beginning of its invasion of Ukraine just over a year ago. Trending Putin has maintained that the deployment would not violate Russia 's nuclear non-proliferation pledges. In recent times, some hawkish Russian politicians and commentators have speculated about the possibility of nuclear strikes, arguing that … [Read more...] about Ukraine LIVE: Putin risks catastrophe with plot to ‘intimidate NATO’ in new nuclear threat
Tornado levels homes in Georgia, ‘people trapped’ as severe weather piles on region post-Mississippi disaster
close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for March 26 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. A tornado reportedly touched down early Sunday in Troup County, Georgia, near the Alabama border, flattening homes and risking a possible direct hit to an automobile plant. Georgia Mutual Aid Group (GMAG) said affected areas included the county seat of LaGrange, about 67 miles southwest of Atlanta. "I-85 Blocked both sides N of Ga 103. All Troup Co. vollies activated, ordered to report to all stations to stand by for deployment. Many buildings damaged, people trapped," GMAG wrote on Facebook. In the town of West Point, Ga., the group warned of, "numerous houses collapsed, people trapped" around the areas of Samples Road, First Ave. and West Smith Road. "Many Roads blocked by debris. I-85 Closed, both directions due to many trees across Interstate and vehicles damaged," the post said. … [Read more...] about Tornado levels homes in Georgia, ‘people trapped’ as severe weather piles on region post-Mississippi disaster
Kim Jong Un’s diplomats get an unwanted surprise
close Video North Korean defectors honor Otto Warmbier, Kim Jong Un’s victims ‘The North Korean Freedom Foundation’ chair Suzanne Scholte joins ‘Fox News Live’ to discuss the protests in front of North Korea’s mission to the United Nations. Flowers declaring freedom and honoring an American victim of Kim Jong Un's barbaric regime were placed by activists in front of the building that houses the North Korean mission to the United Nations, as a reminder of the horrors of Kim's regime and his continued violations of human rights. "People are dying every day in North Korea in the political prison camps, women are being tortured in the detention centers," says Suzanne Scholte, the chair of the North Korean Freedom Coalition, which sponsored the protest. "We need to put human rights at the forefront, it is the Achilles' heel of the regime." "All regimes like this eventually come down," she says. "They are brainwashed to hate America and think that … [Read more...] about Kim Jong Un’s diplomats get an unwanted surprise
See all the police surveillance tools used in your city
close Video Loud crash heard on home surveillance as suspected drunk driver plows throw spare bedroom A suspected drunk driver crashed into a man's spare bedroom in the early morning hours of Jan. 19 in Austin, Texas. Over a million hobby drones are registered in the U.S. You may never know when you’re being watched. Check out my guide to avoiding drone surveillance . We wrote this after one hovered over my pool while I was swimming. Ever stay in an Airbnb? Hosts sometimes spy on their guests with hidden cameras. Yes, that happened to me too. Use these tricks to catch them in the act . Police departments are stepping up their surveillance, adding drones to their tech collection. How closely does your local department monitor you? Here’s a searchable website you can use to see. Atlas of Surveillance The Atlas of Surveillance is a searchable database project from the Electronic Frontier Foundation. It shows which … [Read more...] about See all the police surveillance tools used in your city
Who is Sarah Bloom Raskin?
ATTORNEY Sarah Bloom Raskin started her political career in both the political and private sectors and spent several years working for the US government. Raskin previously worked under former President Barack Obama as governor of the Federal Reserve System and deputy treasury secretary - she is now a visiting professor at Duke Law School. Who is Sarah Bloom Raskin? Sarah Bloom Raskin was born in Medford, Massachusetts, in 1961 and attended Amherst College, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in economics. She received her law degree from Harvard Law School in 1986 and got her first job at Mayer Brown and Platt in New York City. Her career took her to Arnold & Porter, focusing on corporate finance before getting a job as an attorney for the US Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs in 1993. Sarah Raskin made history as the first woman to become Deputy Secretary of the Treasury Department in 2014. In a press release confirming Sarah Raskin's … [Read more...] about Who is Sarah Bloom Raskin?