close Video Fox Nation explores Lee Greenwood's career as a proud American musician NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! Country music star Lee Greenwood is perhaps best known for his iconic and moving song, "God Bless the USA" — many people can't hear that song without shedding a tear — yet his body of music over his long and accomplished career is extensive and his care and concern for America run very, very deep. He spends a great deal of time helping to raise thousands of dollars on a regular basis for charities that assist wounded veterans, law enforcement and others through Helping A Hero, a Texas-based national organization. Recently, just ahead of the 4th of July, he partnered with global firework manufacturer Black Cat® to introduce a 42-shot "Proud to Be an American" firework available in select locations across the country. 4TH OF JULY QUIZ: HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW INDEPENDENCE DAY? Fox News Digital … [Read more...] about Lee Greenwood on 4th of July and America: ‘Grateful to be in a free country’
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close Video Over 1 million voters have switched to Republican party in past year: AP report Democratic strategist Kristal Knight discusses how her party may look to win back voters ahead of the 2022 midterm elections on 'Your World with Neil Cavuto.' NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! The United States of America is the greatest country in the history of the world. Republicans in the House of Representatives want to keep it that way. This Fourth of July marks 246 years since the Founding Fathers declared three self-evident truths: that we are all created equal; that God has endowed us with unalienable rights, including life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; and that government derives its powers from the consent of the governed. The founding generation fought to secure these principles and successive generations have bled to defend them. As Americans celebrate Independence Day with parades and fireworks, we should … [Read more...] about This July 4th, House GOP pledges to honor our fundamental freedoms
We have arrived at the traditional July 4 juncture of the baseball season and besides the Yankees being off to their best start in history and the potential for 4-5 epically bad teams, one other thing has become patently clear: Houston, you’re creating a problem. As the Yankees were running roughshod through one of softest schedules in baseball, including series against two teams, the A’s and Royals on target to lose 100 games, and two others, the Tigers and Cubs, not far behind them, it evoked grand dreams of the first World Series at Yankee Stadium since 2009. Similarly, the Mets, off to third fastest start in their history, have their fans thinking World Series as well for the first time in a while. Hell, maybe even a Subway Series with the Yankees! How cool would that be? And then, beginning on June 21 and extending to the end of the month, they both ran smack dab into Dusty Baker’s unheralded but quite formidable Houston Astros and went a combined 2-7. Although the Yankees … [Read more...] about Bill Madden: As Yankees-Astros appear headed toward inevitable October clash, MLB’s competitive balance again in the spotlight
close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for July 2 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) , engineers developed a new liver tissue model to help reveal the stages of liver regeneration in hopes to help those individuals with liver disease , according to a new study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The researchers said by finding an effective way to stimulate the liver to regenerate on its own, some liver transplants could potentially be avoided and it may help a donated liver grow after being transplanted, according to a media release from MIT. Liver experts told Fox News that most patients who need liver transplants are often those diagnosed with chronic diseases such as viral hepatitis, primary biliary Cholangitis (PBC), cancer or fatty liver disease. The … [Read more...] about MIT’s new human liver model reveals how it regenerates, providing hope for patients to avoid transplants
Wimbledon: Sue Barker introduces Novak Djokovic This article contains affiliate links, we may receive a commission on any sales we generate from it. Learn more Sign up for FREE for breaking Wimbledon news and player updates 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 Novak Djokovic outclassed Thanasi Kokkinakis on Wednesday afternoon to reach the Wimbledon third round. The Serb looked in imperious form on Centre Court, toppling Nick Kyrgios ’ doubles partner in straight sets to keep his incredible unbeaten run at SW19 alive. Related articles Novak Djokovic hits out at 'political' decision behind US Open ban Wimbledon announce four new measures to prevent Covid outbreak Djokovic has not been beaten … [Read more...] about Novak Djokovic on fire at Wimbledon as Serb storms past Nick Kyrgios’ pal in straight sets
Magical moment…Scott with Julie and mum Freda on wedding day (Image: SWNS) Sign up for FREE health tips to live a long and happy life 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 Julie Teasdale later danced and embraced Scott Rutherford, 28, as they remembered her brother, John Carter, who died of a brain tumour in 2008. Scott formed an unbreakable bond with John's parents six years ago after he discovered that they had donated their 33-year-old son's heart so he could live. Related articles Transplant gave Katy a second chance at life... and a blissful wedding Cancer survivor to run marathon with stranger who saved him The actor was born with a rare condition preventing the pumping chambers of the heart functioning … [Read more...] about Dancing for joy on my wedding day with the man my donor brother saved
On a warm afternoon in June, crowds in Northwest D.C. celebrated Juneteenth by filling the air with the sounds of drums, toms, and voices, singing throughout the streets. I’m speed walking to catch my train home in order to spend the last few hours of Father’s day with my dad , himself a drummer, who just lost his oldest child and only son, my brother, unexpectedly that Monday. I zoom past the National Museum of African American History and Culture, where I’d spent part of my morning with Pharrell , recapping his second Something In The Water festival, which took place the same weekend. Despite being pressed for time, a sound distinct to the area brings me to a sudden halt: A crowd is dancing to live go-go. Here, t he rich history and culture that museums and music festivals hoped to cultivate played out in real-time. I wonder, briefly, if should just catch a different train and get home a little later. I choose my dad, but the sound is so enticing that w hen I … [Read more...] about How a Celebration of Go-Go Music Became a Scapegoat For Violence in D.C.
Football transfers: Lisandro Martinez shares Dubai holiday clip Sign up HERE for the latest MUFC breaking news and transfer updates 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 The summer transfer window is into its second day of July and there are still plenty of scores to be settled. Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham are all central to the latest transfer drama, among other clubs, as the race to recruit gathers pace ahead of next season. Related articles Chelsea 'monitoring' De Jong as doubt cast over Man Utd agreement Leicester star Youri Tielemans' stance on joining Arsenal Manchester United fans have been kept on the edge of their seats in recent weeks, with a successful summer potentially … [Read more...] about Transfer news LIVE: Ronaldo wants Man Utd exit, Tottenham and Chelsea agree Raphinha fee
IF YOU have ever heard of CERN, chances are you know it's associated with science and nuclear research. But what exactly does the institution do? Read on to find out. What is CERN? The European Organization for Nuclear Research, known as CERN, operates the largest particle physics laboratory in the world. The acronym is derived from the French translation of the institute - Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire. Founded in 1954, CERN's main function is to provide the particle accelerators and other infrastructure needed for high-energy physics. Numerous high-profile experiments have been constructed at the institute through international collaborations. Read More on nuclear power HOT WATER Radioactive water to be dumped into the sea as Japan approves nuclear waste plan CERN is also used to refer to the laboratory, which in 2019 had 2,660 staff members, and hosted about 12,400 users from institutions in more than 70 … [Read more...] about What is CERN?
The man who could anticipate everything on the baseball diamond swears he didn’t see this coming. In fact, he thought it might never happen at all. Keith Hernandez was caught completely by surprise when the Mets announced that they would be retiring his number. The ceremony, set for July 9 at Citi Field, is a long overdue recognition for one of the team’s best players. For as long as there are the New York Mets, there will be a No. 17 plaque on display, making Hernandez immortal in a place he never wanted to be in the first place. “There was no excitement for coming to New York, because they were a last place team,” Hernandez says. Speaking over the phone from his backyard in California, Hernandez recalls the day in 1983 when he was traded from the Cardinals to the Mets. “It was a very sad day for me,” he admits. “I was a Cardinals fan as a kid. I came up in the ‘70s when New York was going bankrupt. It was kind of a dangerous town. I didn’t go out when we’d visit, I’d stay … [Read more...] about Keith Hernandez never wanted to come to New York and now he’s forever a Met: ‘Best thing that ever happened to me’