President Trump took a detour during his trip to Arlington National Cemetery in order to visit the graves of those Americans lost in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Molly Line joined Fox News Channel as a Boston-based correspondent in January 2006.
Prior to joining FNC, Line worked as an anchor and reporter for WFXT-TV (FOX 25) in Boston, Massachusetts and WXXA-TV (FOX 23) in Albany, New York. While at the local affiliate in Boston, Line covered the sentencing of the shoe bomber Richard Reid and the Station Nightclub Fire, a disaster that killed nearly 100 people. Line started her career in journalism as a photographer and reporter at WDTV-TV (CBS 5) in Bridgeport, West Virginia.
Line is a graduate of Virginia Tech where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication and Political Science.
Stories from Molly Line
Massachusetts' highest court will decide whether local authorities in the state may comply with detainers issued by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
As the nationwide debate over illegal immigration rages on, Molly Line reported today from Quebec on the increase in border crossings that has occurred since November.
President Barack Obama took another parting shot at Fox News and Rush Limbaugh, claiming they created a "fictional" portrayal of him.
Orders for L.L. Bean's iconic Bean Boot are surging this holiday season.
More than 60 people were shot, including five fatally, in what Chicago police described as a better-than-expected holiday weekend.
Jury selection is underway in the murder trial of a Colorado man who is accused of pushing his wife off a cliff. The judge in the case reportedly told 50 prospective jurors that the case "will be a doozy."
There are new reports that two escaped inmates may have been spotted jumping a wall in a rural town in upstate New York.
A man who was being watched by the Joint Terrorism Task Force was shot dead by authorities this morning outside a CVS in Boston.
An independent report on “deflate-gate” includes text messages that could implicate a Patriots locker room attendant and equipment assistant.
Rebekah Gregory was at the finish line of the Boston Marathon when a pair of bombs went off on April 15, 2013.
A recent visa rule change allows Chinese tourists to visit the U.S. more often and many believe this could have a huge impact on America's tourism industry.