Megyn Kelly sat down with the Oklahoma woman who was nearly beheaded in an attack that shocked the nation. The exclusive interview will air on "The Kelly File" tonight at 9p/12a ET on Fox News Channel.
Megyn Kelly sat down with the Oklahoma woman who was nearly beheaded in an attack that shocked the nation. The exclusive interview will air on "The Kelly File" Thursday at 9p/12a ET on Fox News Channel.
A man who says he went to the same mosque as the Oklahoma beheading suspect revealed shocking new information tonight on “The Kelly File.”
Alton Nolen faces first-degree murder charges and possibly the death penalty for allegedly beheading one former co-worker and attacking another at a food processing plant in Moore, Okla.
Alton Nolen's alleged murderous rampage at a Moore, Oklahoma, food processing plant was stopped by the quick action and two gunshots of company COO Mark Vaughan, who is also a sheriff’s deputy.
Oklahoma beheading suspect Alton Nolen reportedly attended the same mosque as a 9/11 conspirator.
A man in Oklahoma allegedly threatened a murder and is now facing terror charges, but another man is accused of beheading a coworker, and the case is being treated as workplace violence.
The sister of Oklahoma beheading suspect Alton Nolen went “On The Record” this evening to discuss the allegations against her brother.
On "Fox and Friends" this morning, Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) said the Oklahoma beheading cannot be classified as simply "workplace violence,"
On last night’s “Justice,” Judge Jeanine Pirro cautioned that it's a dangerous new world as we face the growing threat of radical Islam - not just abroad but within our own borders - and we need to proactively think about how we protect Americans.
The man accused of brutally beheading a former co-worker and stabbing another at a food processing plant near Oklahoma City is now awake in the hospital. Police say that Alton Nolen - a 30-year-old recent convert to Islam who had just been fired from Vaughan Foods - will be charged with first-degree murder.
Oklahoma County Sheriff John Whetsel was on “The Kelly File” to tell Megyn about the hero in the Oklahoma workplace beheading.