Katherine Horsford


On Tuesday, November 28th, 2023, convicted murderer Alex Murdaugh was sentenced to 27 years in prison for his financial crimes. FOX News Senior Atlanta-based Correspondent Jonathan Serrie provides a look at the dramatic scene from the courtroom in Beaufort, South Carolina.

One January night in 1978, a monster attacked young women living at the Chi Omega sorority house at Florida State University. Author and motivational speaker Kathy Kleiner shares the story of how she survived an attack from Ted Bundy.

As global tensions continue to escalate, the nation watches as President Biden attempts to govern a country that's heavily divided on the war in the Middle East. FOX News Contributor and former Deputy Chief of Staff to President George W. Bush Karl Rove examines the role the Israel-Hamas war will have on the 2024 Presidential Election.

This isn't your average therapy session.

Shannon is joined by Christian author Ocieanna Fleiss for a conversation about her latest book, Awaiting the Manger: Whispers of Advent in the Old Testament.

From an early age, women are taught to be vigilant, to be hyper-aware of their surroundings, and to never be alone. Damsel Director with Damsel In Defense Nancy Abercrombie discusses the mission behind her organization, as well as the services it provides.

On January 26th, 2011, 27-year-old schoolteacher Ellen Greenberg was found stabbed to death in her kitchen. However, her violent death was ruled a suicide. Joshua and Sandee Greenberg are the parents of Ellen and have been fighting to change her manner of death from suicide to homicide or undetermined.

While former President Trump is maintaining his lead within the GOP primary, President Biden is struggling to maintain support. FOX News Contributor and Opinion Editor of The Washington Times Charles Hurt provides insight on the media's coverage of both campaigns and voters.

It's turkey time!

Shannon is joined by public affairs expert and political commentator Denise Grace Gitsham for a conversation about her latest book, Politics for People Who Hate Politics: How to Engage without Losing Your Friends or Selling Your Soul.

On July 23, 2021, Daniel Robinson disappeared, and less than a month later, his jeep was found crashed in a desert ravine. Retired U.S. Army veteran David Robinson II discusses the mysterious circumstances of his son's disappearance.

The third Republican presidential primary debate is in the books, and the candidate field has gotten smaller. Founding Partner at Cavalry LLC and Co-Host of the Ruthless Podcast Josh Holmes discusses the significance of Senator Tim Scott's (R-SC) 2024 presidential campaign suspension.

What's your sign?

Shannon is joined by Marine veteran and Executive Director of Mission Roll Call Cole Lyle for a conversation about how his nonprofit supports and uplifts veterans.

Hospice nurse and New York Times best-selling author, Hadley Vlahos joins Martha for a conversation about her experiences with people at their final stage of life, detailed in her book, The In-Between: Unforgettable Encounters During Life's Final Moments.

One young boy in Cheviot, Ohio endured an unthinkable nightmare, suffering years of abuse from the people who were supposed to love and care for him. FOX 19 Anchor and Host of Cincinnati’s Crime Vault Podcast Jessica Schmidt shares the shocking details of this heartbreaking case and explains how the trial unfolded.

In 2008, Tom was given a life-changing case. A journalist had been taken hostage by an Al-Qaeda-affiliated group. The assignment at hand: bring him home. Retired NYPD Detective and Co-Host of the Gold Shields podcast Tom Smith discusses his role in the heart-racing operation.

We're channeling the spirit realm in this episode!

Shannon is joined by New York Times best-selling author and FOX News Contributor Raymond Arroyo for a conversation about his new book, The Magnificent Mischief of Tad Lincoln, as well as a glimpse of his new Christmas album, Christmas Merry And Bright.

This week, the FBI returned to the Idaho murders crime scene to gather evidence and information to construct a physical model of the house that can be used in the trial of the accused killer, Bryan Kohberger. Attorney and retired NYPD Inspector Paul Mauro discusses the significant legal developments within the case.

Dracula has gone down in history as one of literature's most spine-chilling mysteries and has cemented author Bram Stoker as a master of the horror genre. Author and great grand-nephew of Bram Stoker, Dacre Stoker discusses the origins of Halloween and how it influenced the creation of Count Dracula.

On Wednesday, October 25th the contentious race for the speakership came to an end when Louisiana Congressman Mike Johnson was elected the 56th Speaker of the House. Although the race within the House came to an end, the race for the White House is only heating up.

Sam Bankman-Fried was on cloud 9, CEO of a successful cryptocurrency company and living lavishly in the Caribbean...until December of 2022, when he was arrested in the Bahamas for lying to investors and committing fraud.

Shannon is joined by film and music producer Adam Anders for a discussion about his latest project, Journey To Bethlehem.

For 18 years, the family of Natalee Holloway suffered the impact of her loss without any answers surrounding her disappearance. However, a groundbreaking update to the case has now been made. WBRC Anchor Jonathan Hardison discusses the contents of van der Sloot's confession.

In 1989, 15-year-old Angela Correa disappeared after taking pictures for her photography class in Peekskill, New York. Two days later, her body was found. Jeff Deskovic was coerced into a false confession and was wrongfully convicted for her murder. Exoneree and Lawyer Justice Jeff Deskovic shares the story of his wrongful conviction and his fight for justice.

The entertainment industry's summer of strikes appears to be extending into the fall…

Shannon is joined by NYT best-selling author Lee Strobel for a conversation about his upcoming book, Is God Real?: Exploring The Ultimate Question Of Life.

On July 23rd, 1991, the Milwaukee Journal published a story that sent shockwaves across the city. Former Crime Reporter with the Milwaukee Journal Anne Schwartz was the first to break the story of Jeffrey Dahmer. She looks back at her coverage of the case.

To those who walked by, the Oxford Apartments in Milwaukee, Wisconsin appeared to be a well-kept building. It wasn't until the night of July 22, 1991, that the horrors inside would be revealed, and the apartment's tenant would gain nationwide notoriety. Retired Captain with the Milwaukee Police Department Michael Dubis describes the shocking sights he uncovered in the search of his apartment.

As the world watches and responds to the horrors and devastation of the Israel-Hamas war, American voters are looking critically at presidential candidates as they decide who best to lead the country on a global stage.

What do our bodies say that our voices don't?

The investigation into Suzanne Morphew's disappearance took a tragic turn when on September 22, 2023, her remains were found. FOX 21 Investigative Reporter Rhea Jha provides an overview of the case and discusses the future prosecution of the case. Later, Rhea shares reactions from the Colorado community as they continue to fight for answers.

After surviving a vicious attack by a loved one, how do you put the pieces of your life back together? Founder and CEO of National Domestic Violence Collaborative Audrey Prosper shares the story of her attack, the events that led up to it, and her recovery that followed.