The general info in the Fox article is, most probably true:
The Air Force confirms that two Russian bombers on Tuesday circled the U.S. island territory of Guam, prompting U.S. jets to scramble and respond.But the headline is quite wrong, as can be easily deducted from the picture attached to the article:
The point is that Tu-95 is not a jet but a very old turboprop, as the picture ascertains. As it ascertains the fact that somebody in Fox News should take a refresher course on the identified military flying objects.
As for threatening Guam - or any other USA military installation: that old beast is so slow that the jets that were scrambled had to do some serious throttling to stay with the pair around Guam.
Most probably the crews of these relics came by with a few telephoto lenses to take some candid camera shots of the Guam beaches, like that one.
And, thanks to the Sennacherib, here is another example of the same kind:
Global video gaming company that backed search for WWII fighter jets says no planes in Myanmar
No wonder they can't find anything...
(And no, if you want to be a wise guy, they are not looking for Me-262 or He 162)