Kyle Rittenhouse speaks for first time since trial

In an exclusive, sit-down interview with Fox News, Kyle Rittenhouse detailed to Tucker Carlson what happened from his perspective on the night he shot and killed two men during a protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin in 2020.

Kyle Rittenhouse trial: 2 protest arrests on 2nd day of deliberations

Passions flared outside the Kenosha County Courthouse Wednesday, Nov. 17 on the second day of jury deliberations in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, a case that has been polarizing from the beginning. Kenosha police said two people – a 20-year-old man and a 34-year-old woman – were arrested after an incident outside the courthouse.

Florida State House to vote on COVID-19 bills

Avoiding vaccine mandates of all kinds is the goal for Republicans in the Florida House of Representatives, and on Wednesday, they're set to vote on a measure that would do just that. The bill would prevent employers and schools from requiring vaccinations.

DeSantis, lawmakers take aim at mandates in special session bills

The Florida House and Senate on Monday rolled out proposals for a special legislative session next week that will focus on opposing COVID-19 vaccine and mask mandates. A series of bills were released as Gov. Ron DeSantis reiterated what he sees as the need for the session, which will start Nov. 15.

Push to get sports betting on 2022 ballot

Sports betting in the state of Florida has been legal for 10 days, but not a single bet has been placed. The Seminole Tribe has exclusive rights to sports betting in the state and they aren’t ready to open the books quite yet.

DeSantis sounds off on fire chief's termination

Gov. Ron DeSantis is sounding off over the Orange County Fire Rescue battalion chief who was fired, apparently for not following COVID-19 vaccine protocols. The governor says his firing goes against a new state law protecting workers from vaccine mandates.

DeSantis takes on feds in mask mandate showdown

School board meetings across Florida have gotten so out of control lately, the police are often called to the scene. The National School Board Association says that these threats could be a form of domestic terrorism.

Push to repeal Florida's transgender athletes law

There is a new push to repeal the Fairness in Women's Sports Act that became law during the 2021 Florida Legislative Session. The law says that only biological females can compete in girls' sports. New legislation would repeal the ban, which some feel further isolates transgender students.

DeSantis against 'biomedical security state'

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is standing firm against a vaccine passport, saying businesses will be fined if they ask people for proof of vaccination. He spoke in Pensacola saying he does not want people to live in a biomedical security state.