A suburban Detroit homeowner charged with fatally shooting a 19-year-old woman on his porch last fall took the stand today to tell his side of the story of what happened that night.
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
On America's Newsroom today, Jonah Goldberg joined Bill Hemmer and Molly Line to discuss a Washington Times report that the FBI plans to hire a contractor to monitor media coverage and grade stories about the agency based on content and tone of coverage.
Police have arrested and charged a 34-year-old man with kidnapping a New Hampshire teen who vanished while walking home from school nine months ago and returned home last week.
Dozens of teens and young adults were hospitalized after an Avicii concert in Boston Wednesday night, with officials blaming drug and alcohol use and hot conditions inside the arena. Most of the 36 people who were taken to the hospital were minors, Molly Line reported this morning on America's Newsroom.
The Massachusetts Supreme Court raised some eyebrows Wednesday by ruling that a man could not be charged under a current state law for taking "upskirt" pictures of women with his cell phone. Michael Robertson (pictured) faced charges over a 2010 complaint that he had been snapping the creepy photos while riding the subway.
Is a breakthrough at hand for treating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? Molly Line reported this afternoon on some promising research by M.I.T. on the possibility of developing a vaccine for PTSD.
A DHS manager in charge of buying ammunition for the U.S. government is now being accused of running a site that promotes war against white people.
New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was questioned and his home was searched Tuesday night after police found a man dead near his hom
The owner of New Hampshire's Phantom Fireworks confirmed Wednesday that the older brother suspected in the Boston bombing, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, bought two large re-loadable mortar kits from the store ... an illegal item in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.