Fox News reporter Jana Winter was on Shepard Smith Reporting today, where she gave her first TV interview since the New York Court of Appeals ruled that she would not have to return to Colorado to testify about her sources for a story on the Aurora movie theater shooter James Holmes.
The New York Court of Appeals ruled this morning that Fox News reporter Jana Winter will not have to testify in a Colorado court about the identity of her sources for a bombshell story on the Aurora movie theater shooting. Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes reacted to the ruling by calling it a "major win for all journalists."
Judge Andrew Napolitano says the New York Court of Appeals’ ruling on Fox News reporter Jana Winter is a “tremendous victory for freedom of speech.”
New York Court of Appeals rules Fox News reporter Jana Winter does not have to return to Colorado to testify about her sources in covering the Aurora shooting case.
In the summer of 2012, James Holmes shot and killed 12 people and injured more than 50 others at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado. As the nation asked why, FoxNews.com reporter Jana Winter was the first to break the story about a notebook...
Today marks one year since the Aurora, Colorado movie theater shooting. Twelve people died and dozens more were injured when a gunman opened fire at the midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises.
A Colorado judge approved James Holmes’ not guilty by reason of insanity plea in the movie theater massacre that killed 12 people. In exchange, Holmes will go through a series of psychiatric evaluations that may include truth serum
A judge accepted suspect James Holmes' plea of not guilty by reason of insanity in the deadly July 20 Aurora, Colo., movie theater shooting.