Friday, June 15 at 10 p.m. ET
Sunday, June 17 at 9 p.m. ET
"Fox Files" debuts with a deep investigation into the Fort Hood killings in Texas by Major Nidal Hasan in November 2009.
With Hasan's military trial scheduled for August, questions and secrecy remain about what exactly happened that day as 13 people were murdered and 43 injured when he opened fire on his fellow soldiers and civilians inside the world's largest Army base.
In a hard look at political correctness, "Fox Files" investigates why this crime was classified by the Department of Defense as "workplace violence" instead of violent radical Islamic extremism. Why did the FBI fail to fully investigate Major Hasan's e-mails with known terrorist Anwar al-Awlaki?
Is Major Hasan an example of a new problem -- an enemy within our military? Has political correctness gone too far? You will hear victims and witnesses speak for the very first time about the horrific massacre and their concern that it can happen again. In a joint interview, Senators Joseph Lieberman and Susan Collins also share their deep concerns.
This debut hour features reporting by Bill Hemmer, Catherine Herridge and commentary by Greg Gutfeld.
"Fox Files" combines in-depth news reporting from a variety of Fox News on-air talent. The program will feature the breadth, power and journalism of rotating Fox News anchors, reporters and producers. This new ongoing series will include investigations into issues of national security, crime and high-profile interviews with newsmakers of interest to all Americans. Commentary by Greg Gutfeld will also be part of the program.