Shepard Smith presented new video from Tuesday afternoon's earthquake in Mexico.
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Onboard Air Force One, President Trump waOnboard Air Force One, President Trump was asked about Antifa and a meeting he had recently with South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott (R).s asked about Antifa and a meeting he had recently with South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott (R).
Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich (D) gave his first prison interviews to a Chicago magazine and an NBC affiliate, Trace Gallagher reported.
A family riding out Hurricane Irma in Miami, Florida said the storm was "swirling" outside, unlike "freight train" Hurricane Andrew in 1992.
Shepard Smith described the devastation Florida could experience if Hurricane Irma stays on its projected course.
Fox News correspondent Trace Gallagher rode along on a rescue helicopter plucking families out of submerged homes in Beaumont, Texas.
Residents at a Port Arthur, Texas, nursing home encountered a harrowing scene as floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey suddenly and rapidly appeared in the middle of the night.
Fox Business Network's Jeff Flock reported live from a Houston street that appeared more like a swollen river after Hurricane Harvey passed through.
A woman living in the path of Hurricane Harvey's massive flooding was shocked to see a pair of alligators swimming in a swollen street of water outside her home.
On the ground in Texas, Matt Finn talked to a woman who was preparing to leave her home as floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey rapidly rose in her neighborhood.
The mother of the man accused of slamming his car into a group of protesters at a neo-Nazi rally Charlottesville, Va., learned of her son's alleged actions via a reporter.
CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta interrupted President Trump's latest signing ceremony to question him about violence in Charlottesville, Va.