Would you want the calorie count of your meal printed right on your receipt? Many restaurants in the United States, in an effort to promote healthier choices, have already been printing calorie counts on their menus.
Jamie Colby is the host of Strange Inheritance, which airs Monday through Thursday at 9:00 PM/ET on the Fox Business Network (FBN). Most recently Colby served as co-anchor of FOX News Channel's (FNC) "America's News Headquarters" (Saturdays 1-2PM/ET and Sundays 10-11AM and 12-1PM/ET). She joined FNC in 2003 and is based in the New York bureau.
While at FNC, Colby has reported on numerous major national and international news stories, including the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings and the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. She has also provided live coverage from India and Sri Lanka in the wake of the South-East Asia tsunami in 2004 and from the NASA Headquarters in Houston, Texas on the Columbia Space Shuttle investigation. Additionally, a licensed attorney and former law professor, she has covered Martha Stewart's insider trading trial and prison release, the sexual assault trial of basketball star Kobe Bryant and the trials of George Zimmerman, Casey Anthony and Jodi Arias. She has secured an exclusive interviews with American singer-songwriter Madonna on her first children's book "The English Rose," as well as with Army Secretary John McHugh in his only interview on sequestration, and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush prior to the 2012 presidential election.
Prior to joining FNC, Colby was a correspondent for CNN. She also served as an anchor and reporter for CBS News, WPIX-TV (CW 11) and WNYW-TV (FOX 5) in New York, NY.
Colby is a recipient of a National Edward R. Murrow Award for coverage of 9/11, the Clarion Award from the Association for Women in Communications, the Gracie Allen Award for investigative reporting in 2000 and was named Television Week's "Rising News Star to Watch." Previously, she was a practicing attorney and is currently licensed in California, New York, Florida and the District of Columbia. She is also an accountant, a mortgage broker, and a real estate broker. Admitted to University of Miami International School of Business at age 14, Colby received a B.S. in accounting and then her J.D. at age 22.
Stories from Jamie Colby
An eye-opening new study presented at the American Heart Association's annual meetings finds that today’s children can’t run as fast or engage in as much vigorous physical activity as their parents could at the same age.
A substitute teacher in Louisiana was caught on tape launching into a profanity-laced tirade aimed at a misbehaving eighth grade class.
Fifty years after Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, Reverend Jesse Jackson told Jamie Colby on Wednesday’s Happening Now that African-Americans are “freer but less equal” today.
Stunning new video out of Egypt appears to show Muslim Brotherhood protesters jumping from a bridge in order to escape military gunfire.
A man who confessed to the high-profile 1979 murder of six-year-old Etan Patz may go free due to lack of evidence, according to the New York Post. Pedro Hernandez, 52, was arrested in May 2012 in Maple Shade, NJ, after police were tipped off that he had confessed to family members and his church group.
Jamie Colby talked to George Zimmerman's brother on America Live this afternoon following the surprise appearance by President Obama, in which he spoke publicly for the first time since the "not guilty" verdict was handed down.
Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood pushed back Friday after President Mohammed Morsi was ousted in a military coup amid massive protests against his Islamist government. Jamie Colby discussed the chaotic situation with former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton this afternoon.
Rep. Peter King (R-KY) slammed Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) comparing Edward Snowden to Director of National Intelligence James Clapper. “What’s happened to our country?” King asked on America’s News HQ. “This is a traitor and for anyone to be comparing him to a U.S. military hero is absolutely disgraceful.”
Fox News has confirmed that the Obama administration will likely open a criminal investigation into the NSA leaks that revealed widespread government surveillance on Americans’ phone calls and Internet activity.