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America's News Headquarters, (America's News HQ), is an hour-long news program that is broadcast on the Fox News cable channel. Using a multi-camera format, the program replaced the former show, America's Election Headquarters. The words News HQ (which later became America's HQ) are seen on the left-hand side at the bottom of the Fox News Channel logo.
America's News HQ usually broadcasts from either the Washington D.C. or New York bureaus. The show follows the same format as Fox News Live, its predecessor. The original weekday show airs at 5:00 p.m., as well as several times on weekend days and evenings. A variety of hosts were originally featured on the show, such as: Jane Skinne, Heather Nauert, Jon Scott, Martha MacCallum, Bill Hemmer and Megyn Kelly. One slot of the show also featured Glenn Beck in a self-titled program called Glenn Beck.
Uma Pemmaraju came to the show from the FOX News Channel (FNC) where she was the news update anchor and served as substitute host for a variety of programs.
Shannon Bream also covers Supreme Court news in addition to reporting for America's News HQ. She is based out of the Washington, D.C. news bureau.
Anchor Kelly Wright also works as a general assignment reporter for FNC and is based in the Washington, D.C. studios. Mr. Wright also served as a co-host on Fox and Friends Weekend.
Jamie Colby is a co-host for FOX and Friends First, in addition to serving as co-anchor of America's News HQ. She also anchors an hour-long expanded version of FOX and Friends, with a pair of other rotating hosts.
Gregg Jarrett co-anchors FNC weekend newscasts along with Julie Banderas, serving as substitute anchor for America's News HQ on weekdays. He was also a defense attorney in San Francisco at law firm, Gordon and Rees LLP.
Rick Folbaum was a co-anchor for the FNC New York City flagship station, WNYW. He serves as weekday substitute anchor for America's News Headquarters. He also worked on Fox News Live and Fox Report Saturdays, as substitute anchor for Shepard Smith.
Arthel Neville returned to report for America's Newsroom, America's News Headquarters and The Strategy Room.
The words Americas News HQ also appear during short headline updates, comprised of one to three minutes, during non-news shows and programs.
The show was launched in 2008 in high-definition, and was broadcast from the New York studios of the network. In 2009, the program also began broadcasting in high definition from the Washington, D.C. studios.