A California neighborhood was rocked by the arrest of a couple who are accused of keeping their 13 children shackled and on the verge of starvation.
Jonathan Hunt currently serves as a New York-based chief correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC). Hunt joined the network in 2002 as an international correspondent based in Los Angeles.
Hunt has traveled across the globe for the network, covering the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, where he was the first Fox correspondent to go into the dangerous city of Fallujah.
Additionally, Hunt has covered the Israeli-Palestinian conflict extensively, spending many months in Israel and in Gaza. He has reported on the global warming controversy live from the Arctic, joined the Mexican Army and police on raids in the ongoing drug war and has traveled to China to examine the country's economic and environmental issues.
Prior to joining FNC, Hunt was the European bureau chief for Sky News, where he held a variety of positions, including U.S. Bureau Chief, senior correspondent and correspondent.
Stories from Jonathan Hunt
The brother of the Las Vegas shooting suspect says there were no warning signs.
Republican Sen. Cory Gardner faced the ire of some of his constituents at a series of town halls in Colorado.
Fuel gushed from a United Airlines plane's wing Wednesday afternoon forcing it to return to its gate after a passenger noticed the leak.
A high school student in Reno, Nevada, was shot by a campus police officer after allegedly threatening other students with knives.
In a terrifying incident, Kim Kardashian West was robbed at gunpoint in her Paris hotel room, as masked thieves swiped an estimated $10 million in jewelry.
Police are responding to an active shooter situation at the The University of California, Los Angeles.
The San Andreas fault is "locked, loaded and ready to roll" in Southern California, according to a leading earthquake scientist.
A knife was found buried on the estate of football legend and one-time murder suspect, O.J. Simpson, according to TMZ.
There are new details on the investigation into the mother of the male San Bernardino mass shooter, including that she has been placed on a terror watch list.
Police in Phoenix are now investigating up to six more suspected cases of shots being fired at vehicles on Interstate 10, in addition to the 10 previously reported incidents since Aug. 29.
Col. Frank Milstead, director of the Arizona Department of Public Safety, told Greta Van Susteren tonight that they they are now investigating 11 suspected cases of shots being fired at vehicles on Interstate 10 near Phoenix over the past 11 days.