HIGHLIGHTS: Take a Look Back at 1st Year of 'The Kelly File'
"The Kelly File" is celebrating its first anniversary today, and what a year it's been!
Megyn Kelly tonight took a look back at some of the year's best moments, from the debut show to last week's homage to her Nana!
Watch a montage of top moments above, and take an in-depth look at some of the highlights below.
'The Kelly File' Premieres: In her primetime debut, Megyn revealed the audition tape that helped her land a job at Fox News, showed off a photo of her newborn baby boy, and asked Sen. Ted Cruz how it felt to be the most hated man in America. See more highlights.
'Too Much Baggage for President?': In a cable news exclusive, Megyn talked to the New Jersey governor after he was cleared by an internal investigation of any wrongdoing in the George Washington Bridge scandal.
"Do you have too much baggage now to run for president?" Kelly asked. Watch more below, or read the full article here.
'Raise Your Hand If You Think He Deserted': In a powerful interview with Megyn, six of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's platoon members, including the platoon's former leader, spoke out on the embattled Taliban trade that secured Bergdahl's freedom.
"He needs to answer for what he did," Evan Buetow said. Watch more here.
'You Sound Like Osama Bin Laden': Megyn took on domestic terrorist Bill Ayers, co-founder of the Weather Underground, listing several bombings that the group committed.
“Who are you to endanger the lives of the individuals who may have been in or around those buildings?” she asked him. Read more here.
Megyn also made waves when she fired back at Ayers, who said she had cold eyes. Hear her witty response below.
'Do You Believe the U.S. Ought to Be Bombed?' In an exclusive interview, Megyn challenged radical former professor Ward Churchill on his take on 9/11, and she asked him if he believes America deserves to be attacked again.
“I think the United States by its own rules is subject to being bombed," he said. Watch the full interview.
'I Knew That God Would Help Me’: The Sudanese woman sentenced to death for her Christian faith was on “The Kelly File” for her first-ever interview.
“I knew that God would help me, that God knew I was a victim of injustice,” she said through a translator.
Megyn Interviews... Her Husband! Who could forget when Megyn interviewed her husband, author Doug Brunt, about his new book?
So, is the female journalist character in “The Means” based on anybody we know? Watch and find out.
Nana Turns 99 Years Young: Just last week, Megyn had a special message for her Nana, who turned 99.
“She’s still alive, she’s doing great, and she’s still giving everybody guff!” Meet Megyn's Nana in the clip below.
What were your favorite moments from the past year? Sound off in the comments below!