Bin Laden Documentary is Tops for Fox

In this Nov. 14, 2014 file photo, retired Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill, 38, poses for a portrait in Washington.

NEW YORK (AP) — Fox News Channel's two-part documentary on the former Navy SEAL who claims to have fired the shots that killed Osama bin Laden is the network's most popular documentary ever. Reporter Peter Doocy's interview with Robert O'Neill averaged just over three million viewers last Tuesday and Wednesday, the ... more

Preparing Your Home and Family for an Adopted Pet

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You've done your research, budgeted for a new pet, visited animal shelters, found the perfect pet — and now you're ready to bring your adopted pet home. However, your job as a pet parent is just beginning. You need to prepare your home and family to help minimize your pet's stress and make it easier for him to adjust to his new life. Like chil... more

Star-Studded TV Show to Help Needy Dogs Find Homes

n this Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014 photo provided by Smiling Dog Rescue, Rica Powell poses with Truman, a 4-year-old pit bull who will be up for adoption on "Fox's Cause for Paws: An All-Star Dog Spectacular."

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Oscar winner Hilary Swank is unleashing some serious star power to help rescue dogs get adopted by families who want to make a difference on Thanksgiving — or those who just want to watch terriers instead of touchdowns on TV. "Fox's Cause for Paws: An All-Star Dog Spectacular" will air Nov. 27 ... more

Congress Blasts VA for Ignoring New Law on Firing Employees

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The head of the House Veterans Affairs Committee on Thursday criticized the Department of Veterans Affairs for ignoring the law Congress passed in July giving the VA chief greater authority to fire employees for mismanagement or bad conduct. Not only has VA been slow to fire anyone since Congress granted it the new authority, but it has cre... more

US Army Tries to Identify Soldiers Most Likely to Commit Suicide

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The U.S. Army has a new analytical tool that officials hope will counter a surge in suicides by identifying soldiers whose history, age and injuries indicate they are at high risk of taking their own lives. In an analysis involving all 40,820 U.S. soldiers hospitalized for psychiatric problems over a six-year period, researchers created an algo... more

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