On "Fox and Friends" this morning, Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) said the Oklahoma beheading cannot be classified as simply "workplace violence,"
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.
Megyn Kelly tonight took on Muslim speaker Mike Ghouse over radical Islam in the wake of the Oklahoma beheading.
Oklahoma County Sheriff John Whetsel was on “The Kelly File” to tell Megyn about the hero in the Oklahoma workplace beheading.
There are new details coming out of the alleged Facebook page of the Oklahoma beheading suspect.
Witnesses say the suspect in an Oklahoma workplace beheading had been trying to convert his coworkers to Islam before the fatal attack.