Fox News has been on air since the 1990s, and the network has established a massive team of journalists to lead its news divisions. The network boasts its best primetime ratings in both 2019 and 2020. The key factor to Fox News’ success can be attributed to its dedicated and charismatic reporters. Some of the network’s most distinctive leaders are their female anchors. From Laura Ingraham to Dr. Nicole Saphier, these women helped transform the whole Fox Corporation into the conglomerate that we know if it now.
Pavlich was born in Arizona on July 10, 1988, to a family of Croatian and German descent. Pavlich earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Arizona in 2020. She’s of the Daughters of the American Revolution. After she graduated college, she joined Fox in 2013 as an alternate anchor for The Five. She could also be seen on other networks such as CNN, CNBC, and Fox
Uma Pemmaraju was born in India and raised in San Antonio, Texas. She hosts her show on Fox News called Pemmaraju. She won an Emmy thanks to her work in Baltimore. She was later recruited by the executives and producers at Fox as part of the original team when the network started in 1996. Pemmaraju has interviewed a lot of high-profile celebrities and newsmakers. She was also named as “The Woman of Achievement” by the Big Sisters’ Organization.
Born on 5 October 1985 in Queensland. Fox News Journalist, Hollie McKay, moved to NYC in 2006 to attend Pace University. As she was finishing her last semester, she interned at Fox and wrote a column called “Pop Tarts” on the channel’s website. McKay later switched lanes as she became a national bureau correspondent covering national and international news from Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, Russia, Turkey, Syria, Pakistan, Yemen, and Myanmar.
Jillian Mele is an alumna of La Salle University, where she graduated with a BA in Communication. She worked as a sports anchor in Presque Isle, Maine, and the WIVT-TV in Binghamton, New York after studying. She later joined NBC 10 in 2007 where she received an Emmy for her work on a show about the Olympics. She later earned another Emmy award for co-hosting a morning sports talk show called Breakfast on Broad. She joined Fox News in 2017.
Born in Spartanburg, South Carolina on September 20, 1976, Ainsley Earhardt are an American journalist and Fox News television personality and author. She is a co-host of Fox & Friends. She initially worked at CBS station in South Carolina before she graduated from USC. She then moved to Texas and appeared on a Viacom-owned CBS local station. She later worked for Fox News after transferring to New York, despite not knowing anything about politics or world news.
Molly Line joined Fox News in 2006. A 1995 graduate of Tucker County High School, Hambleton, West Virginia, Line attended college at Virginia Tech where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication and Political Science in 1999. Before joining FNC, she worked as an anchor/reporter for WFXT. While at WFXT, Line covered the sentencing of shoe bomber Richard Reid and the Station nightclub fire — a disaster that killed 100 people.
Megyn Kelly is a journalist-news anchor who worked for Fox News on the show, The Kelly File. During her time at Fox News, Kelly hosted America Live, and before that, co-hosted America’s Newsroom with Bill Hemmer. Kelly left the network in 2017 and joined NBC, in which she had her show named Megyn Kelly Today until it was canceled after a year of airing. She has yet to announce her new project after leaving NBC in 2019.
Born on September 25, 1973, Julie Banderas is an Emmy Award-winning, American television news anchor for the Fox News Channel, based in New York City. She formerly hosted Fox Report Weekend until making her move to a weekday anchor role. Banderas is married to Andrew Sansone. According to her, Sansone proposed to her with the use of a message in a bottle while they were clam digging in Long Island. They got married in NYC in August of 2009.
Jeanine Ferris Pirro is an American television host and author, and a former New York State judge, prosecutor, and politician. Pirro is the host of Fox News Channel’s Justice with Judge Jeanine. She was a frequent contributor to NBC News, including regular appearances on The Today Show. Right now, Pirro is one of the board of directors of HeavenlyRx, a company specializing in CBD products. She became interested in the industry due to the number of people stating that it helped them out.
Born on January 31, 1964, in Buffalo, New York, Martha MacCallum joined Fox News in 2004 as a news anchor as well as hosting the show called The Story with Martha MacCallum. She worked at Wall Street Journal Television from 1991 to 1996, where she served as a business news correspondent and anchor for The Wall Street Journal Report, World Market Outlook, and Business USA, before later moving to NBC as a reporter/anchor.
Born in Brooklyn, Maria Sara Bartiromo is a television personality and author. She is the anchor of Mornings with Maria and Maria Bartiromo’s Wall Street on the Fox Business network, as well as Sunday Morning Futures on Fox News. She worked at CNN for five years before joining CNBC, where she worked for 20 years. She graduated from New York University with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Economics, where she interned for CNN during her studies.
Although Hasselbeck retired from TV in 2015, she still makes occasional guest appearances on Fox, the place where she worked before retiring. She first rose to prominence in 2001 thanks to the second season of the show Survivor. From 2003 to 2013, Hasselbeck appeared as a co-host on the ABC daytime talk show The View, where she became known for her conservative views on sociopolitical issues. Hasselbeck has also written two books about a gluten-free diet.
The American journalist used to serve in the United States Navy for 12 years as a combat naval aviator and intelligence officer. After her time in the military, she worked as a journalist and correspondent for the Fox News Channel and as a general-assignment reporter for Shepard Smith Reporting. Before working for Fox, Gabrielle worked for NBC. She joined Fox News in December of 2012 after the executives of Fox discovered her.
Melissa Francis was born on December 12, 1972, and started her career on TV as an actress at a very young age. Her first TV appearance was on a Johnson & Johnson baby shampoo commercial when she was six months old. She stopped acting to attend Harvard, where she graduated with B.A. Advertisement. Melissa Francis joined Fox News in 2012, where she currently serves as co-anchor of FOX Business Network’s After the Bell, as well as co-anchor on FOX News Channel’s top-rated ensemble show Outnumbered.
Before becoming a famous reporter, Sandra Smith originated from Wheaton, Illinois, and was a track & field runner during her high school days. Smith earned 3 cross country letters and two-track letters at her high school. Her business career started by working as a research associate for Aegis Capital, preparing weekly stock letters for clients. She is currently serving as an anchor for America’s Newsroom on the Fox News Channel in New York City.
Greta Van Susteren
Susteren is a lawyer and law professor at Georgetown University (where she also graduated from.) She hosted the Fox News show On The Record W/ Greta Van Susteren for over 14 years from 2012, up until 2016. She has been listed by Forbes as one of the world’s most powerful women (#94) and is married to a civil lawyer named John P. Coale. In 1995, Greta told People Magazine that she is a “strong advocate for ethics.”
Born in Connecticut, Ingraham formerly hosted the nationally syndicated show, The Laura Ingraham Show for nearly two decades, she is also a chief editor for LifeZette and has been the host of The Ingraham Angle on Fox News Channel since October 2017. Laura studied Russian and Spanish before she went on to be one of Fox’s best-known reporters. She has undergone treatment for breast cancer in 2005. She also has 3 kids, one was adopted from Guatemala, another from Russia, and one more from an undisclosed country.
Born on December 23, 1970, Shannon Bream is an American lawyer and journalist for Fox News. In 2017, Bream became the host of the prime-time program Fox News @ Night. In 1990, she joined the competition Miss Virginia, which she won and earned her a scholarship that covered the cost of her education. Her first reporting job was the Supreme Court, which helped her with her move to Fox News @ Night.
Born in Maine, Erin Andrews attended the University of Florida and was fascinated with sports at a young age. Watching and playing sports for most of her life inspired her to become a sportscaster. She reached that dream when she hosted ESPN’s College GameDay. She co-hosted Dancing with the Stars for ABC and is a sideline reporter for Fox NFL. As a cancer survivor, she advocates for women to go to the doctor each year for an exam.
Dana Marie Perino is an American political commentator for Fox News, as well as an author who served as the twenty-fourth White House Press Secretary, serving under President George W. Bush from September 14, 2007, to January 20, 2009. She currently has a show airing on Fox called The Daily Briefing and has also written two books, with one book being about her Vizsla dog named Jasper. She is married to an international businessman named Peter McMahon.
An alumnus of Harvard and Columbia University, Catherine Herridge joined Fox News when it started airing in 1996, covering various political campaigns and news regarding the middle east. In 2011, she authored a book called The Next Wave: On the Hunt for Al Qaeda’s American Recruits. She left the network shortly after winning the Tex McCrary Award for Journalism for her reporting at Fox in 2019. She is currently a CBS News senior investigative correspondent currently based in Washington D.C.
Claudia Cowan attended the University of California, Santa Barbara before graduating from the University of California, Los Angeles. She started her career as an errand girl and worked her way up until she became an actual reporter. She would spend a lot of years on local California news stations where she covered state politics. She was later hired by Fox News as their Bay Area correspondent in 1998, two years after the network was formed.
Born on October 13, 1965, Harris Kimberley Faulkner is an American newscaster and television host for Fox News Channel. Faulkner joined Fox News Channel in 2005, where she anchors a daily daytime show Outnumbered Overtime with Harris Faulkner in addition to co-hosting Outnumbered. Faulkner also hosts her prime time political franchise called Town Hall America with Harris Faulkner. She has received six Emmy Awards including the awards in 2005 for Best Newscaster and Best News Special.
Born on May 30, 1980, in San Francisco, California, Journalist Jenna Lee is an anchor for Fox News. Alongside fellow anchor Jon Scott, she was a host in the show Happening Now. Before working on Happening Now, she hosted Fox Business Morning alongside Connell McShane on Fox Business Network. She met her husband at a Navy SEAL Warrior Fund dinner in 2008. The dinner was held at the Waldorf Astoria in NYC.
Gretchen Carlson, a native of Minnesota, was a pageant queen before she became a journalist. In the late 80s, she won Miss Minnesota, and would later represent her home state in the 1989 Miss America Pageant. She is the former host of Fox & Friends and retired from Fox News in the year 2016. She is currently married to a former pro-baseball player Casey Close, who is currently a sports agent.
Kacie McDonnell was born in Pennsylvania, and she graduated from Villanova with a B.A. in Communications. McDonnell started her career as a sports reporter for local stations, including New England Sports Network, covering games across Boston. She later joined Fox, and now primarily works on the Fox Nation Subscription Channel. McDonnell joined Fox in March of 2020. She is currently dating a baseball player, Eric Hosmer, a player for the Padres.
A former government official, Heather Nauert is a journalist mostly working Fox as one of their special reporters when she joined the network in 1998. She was a part of the Under Secretary of State of Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs from March 2018 to October 2018. She was also the U.S. Department of State spokeswoman from April 2017 to April 2019. As of the moment, she is a member of the Hudson Institute, as well as the J. William Fulbright Scholarship Board.
Andrea Tantaros was born in Pennsylvania, and, when she worked for Fox, she was the co-host of The Five (one of the originals) as well as the co-host of FNC’s Outnumbered. Tantaros interned for CNN at their program called Crossfire while she was in college at Lehigh University. After Lehigh, she graduated from the University of Paris with a master’s degree. She sued Fox News in August 2016, claiming sexual harassment. The case was dismissed in court in May 2018
Jamie Colby is a writer and contributor to FNC. She also worked as an anchor as well as a national news correspondent for Fox. She hosts a show on Fox Business Network called Strange Inheritance, a show which examines weird inheritance, gifts, and the stories behind them. Aside from having a law degree from the University of Miami, Colby is also a published author. She authored a book about recovering from a heart attack alongside her ex-husband.
Working in the Washington D.C. Fox News Bureau, the Colorado native Elizabeth Prann, worked various roles such as fill-in reporter, producer, as well as an Anchor. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Florida. In 2006, Prann joined Fox as Greta Van Susteren’s assistant. She has reported on the West Fertilizer Plant explosion, as well as the Deepwater Horizon Spill. She currently works for HLN, a subsidiary of CNN, which she joined in 2018.
A graduate of the University of Maryland, Rebecca Diamond reported for Lifetime and worked as a writer for the Associated Press, on top of working for local news station affiliates in San Diego, Phoenix, and McAllen. She started as a news update anchor for Fox and has worked with the networked since it launched in 1996. She hosted a show on FBN called Happy Hour, which was broadcasted live from Waldorf Astoria Hotel’s Bull & Bear Bar, located in the heart of New York City.
Patti Ann Browne
Patti Ann Browne was born on September 10, 1965, in Queens, New York. She graduated from NYIT and Fordham University. She made a name for herself as a general assignment reporter when she started at a local station in Long Island. Browne has covered a lot of major stories in the field, including the Long Island Railroad shooting, the TWA Flight 800 crash, the World Trade Center Bombings, and more.
Born in New Jersey, Carley Shimkus graduated with her B.A. in Broadcast Journalism at Quinnipiac University. During her senior year of College, Shimkus interned at Fox in Washington D.C. She was later hired as a news producer for Fox after finishing college. She was later promoted in 2012 as an associate producer at FBN’s Imus in the Morning. She was also given another promotion from behind the camera to be an on-air host.
Born in Rapid City, South Dakota, political commentator Tomi Lahren is an alum of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She worked for TheBlaze as a TV host before she left and joined Fox in 2017. During her time with Fox, she had her talk show called First Thoughts. Lahren has often described herself as more of a “commentator” rather than a “journalist”. She is currently living in Nashville, Tennessee, after moving there from Los Angeles in April of 2020.
Born on April 30, 1962, Dr. Wendy Walsh graduated with a B.A. in Journalism at Ryerson University. She later went on to graduate with a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and a master’s in psychology at California Graduate Institute. A psychotherapist published author, and lecturer, she has often shown up on different networks to discuss psychology. In 2013, her career with Fox began in 2013 as a guest host on The O’Reilly Factor.
News anchor and former political strategist Amy Holmes was born in Lusaka, Zambia. She is a co-host in a talk show on PBC called In Principle. A lot of followers of Fox will recognize has as a former anchor for TheBlaze TV, a Glenn Beck Program. On TheBlaze, she hosted a discussion show called Real News. She graduated from Princeton University with a Bachelor of Arts with a major in economics.
Known as a former news anchor and a radio host, Juliet Huddy works for the OG Podcast Network, hosting her radio show called Juliet UNEXPECTED. She joined Fox in 1998 as a reporter in the Miami studio. She later moved to New York, presenting news programs. Occasionally, she would fill in on Fox & Friends, taking E.D. Hill’s place. She later became a permanent co-host of Fox & Friends Weekend.
Trish Regan was Miss New Hampshire and represented her home state in the Miss America 1994 pageant. Regan went on to study voice in Graz, Austria, and at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston before enrolling at Columbia University. She graduated from Columbia with a B.A. in history in 2000. She was the host of Fox Business’ Trish Regan Primetime and worked for Fox from 2015 to 2020.
Born in North Carolina, Anna Kooiman attended the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 2005. She worked for Fox for 5 years from 2011-2016 as an anchor in NYC. Although she makes the round at Fox as a contributing anchor, she is currently employed by an Australian Network called Network Ten. Anna Kooiman’s last position with Fox News was as co-host on the weekend edition of Fox & Friends.
Before switching to NBC, Alisyn Camerota worked at Fox for a lot of years before leaving the network in 2014. She has been nominated twice for an Emmy due to her reporting as she has covered stories that are both national and international. Some of the notable events that she reported include Hurricane Harvey, the terror attacks in Paris, the Parkland school shooting, and more. She wrote her first book called Amanda Wakes Up in 2017.
Jane Skinner is born in Chicago and has a B.A. and master’s degree from Northwestern University. She is a former daytime news anchor who worked for Fox News, co-hosting Happening Now with Jon Scott from 11 am to 1 pm during the weekdays. Skinner announced that she would be retiring from TV to spend more time with her husband, Roger Goodell, as well as their two kids. Skinner announced in 2010.
Born in LA, Tammy K. Bruce holds a bachelor’s in political science from USC. She is a radio host, writer, and commentator. She was formerly the president of the L.A. chapter of N.O.W. before she was later voted by the board for her censure, and later removal from N.O.W. She is currently working for Fox as an on-air contributor. She could also be seen in an episode of The Laura Ingraham Show and Tucker Carlson Tonight.
A news anchor for Fox, the North Carolina native joined the network back in 2010. Childers attended the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, then graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, earning an undergraduate degree in English. Her career started in 1992 at a local Charlotte Affiliate. She started her career with Fox as an anchor on FNC’s America’s News Headquarters. She shares her Fox & Friends First co-hosting duties with fellow anchor Heather Nauert.
Fox News reported works as a news correspondent based in Milan, Italy. She joined Fox in 1999 as an anchor and was immediately put on international stories, as she works from a news desk in Moscow, Russia. According to Fox’s website, Kellogg has held a “key role” in reporting major international stories. Some of her notable works include The Royal Wedding of Prince William and Princess Kate, the Amanda Knox trial, the 2012 London Olympics, and elections in Russia and Iran.
Janice Dean is a Canadian weather presenter, television show host, and author. She currently appears on the Fox News Channel, where she serves as co-host and weather anchor on Fox and Friends. She has written a series of children’s books about a weather reporter frog called “Freddy the Frogcaster”. She has also written books for adults, which includes her autobiography called “Mostly Sunny: How I Learned to Keep Smiling” which was released in March of 2019.
Born on June 30, 1968, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Lauren Green earned her Bachelor of Music in piano performance from the University of Minnesota, then attended graduate school at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. She is currently Fox News’ Chief Religion Correspondent, as well as a headline anchor for the network, hosting weekly updates at both ends of the hour on Fox & Friends. Green is a practicing Christian and member of the African Methodist Episcopal Church.
An alumnus of Harvard University, Jennifer Griffin works for Fox News as a National Security Correspondent. She began her journalism work as a newspaper reporter in South Africa on a desk in Johannesburg. She covered a lot of major events such as Nelson Mandela’s release from incarceration and the later transition from apartheid. She briefly retired in 2009 after being diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer. Thankfully, she was treated successfully and has returned in 2010 by joining Fox.
Born in Lahore, Pakistan, and raised in Indiana, Aishah Hasnie graduated from Indiana University with a BA in journalism. She received an Emmy nomination because of her work on investigative reporting on the crime of voyeurism. In 2011, Fox offered her a job, in which she became an anchor of First at Four. She joined FNC’s main station in 2019, working as a host of Fox & Friends, as well as Fox & Friends First in 2019.
Molly Henneberg graduated from Vanderbilt University with a dual degree in elementary education and English. She formerly worked as Fox’s White House Correspondent, as well as covering major events like the 2004 Presidential Campaign. She has also traveled to Baghdad to cover Operation Iraqi Freedom and has also covered Hurricane Katrina after a year. She is currently married to Captain Chris Nagel, a US Marine Corps Lawyer, and announced the arrival of her first kid in 2011.
Before joining Fox in 2005, Laura Ingle was initially a reporter in Dallas, Texas. As of the moment, she is working for Fox from New York City. She has covered various major events such as the Michael Jackson and Scott Petersen trials. During her time in California, she was able to work with various Fox personalities such as Tom Sullivan and Spencer Hughes, both of whom are part of the Fox Business Network’s and Fox News Radio’s programs.
One of Fox’s general assignment reporters, Acuna has been with the network ever since 2017. She is stationed in Dallas and has reported on various major events such as the Ebola outbreak and the May 2013 F5 tornado that devastated Moore, Oklahoma, from which she reported live. She graduated from Northern Arizona University and worked as a weekday anchor for a local NBC affiliate based in California before joining Fox.
Kristen Soltis Anderson
Kristen Lynne Soltis Anderson is a Republican pollster, television personality, and writer whose work has appeared in The Daily Beast, Politico, and The Huffington Post. In 2013 TIME named Anderson one of the 30 People Under 30 who are changing the world. Aside from the articles that she has written, she has also written books such as “The Selfie Vote: Where Millennials Are Leading America” a book examining and explaining a millennial’s political views.
The Michigan State Alum, Lauren Blanchard, works as a National Correspondent for Fox News Based in Washington D.C. She often writes articles on Fox News. The contents of the articles that she had written include news regarding health and tech. She also covered the opening of the first sign language store in America by Starbucks, which aimed to hire employees who have difficulties in hearing. She has also reported on the progress of financial relief for first responders during the Coronavirus outbreak.
A commentator who has appeared on a variety of Fox shows, Lisa Boothe was born on February 3, 1985, in West Virginia. She is an alum of the University of Tennessee, from which she has a bachelor’s degree. She has occasionally worked as a Special Report panelist, as well as a guest anchor for The Story. She is also a senior member of the Independent Women’s Forum, as well as a senior fellow of Independent Women’s Voice.
The MTV reality show “The Real World: San Francisco” featured Rachel Campos-Duffy on TV for the first time in 1994. She later moved on to work as a host for ABC’s The View. She later switched to Fox News, where she has been a guest host on Outnumbered. The TV host is married to Congressman Sean Duffy, and together, they have over nine children. She is an alum of Arizona State University and UC San Diego.
The Fox News contributor by the name of Sara Carter has her podcast called “The Sara Carter Show”. She has worked as a national security reporter for Circa News before becoming an investigative reporter for Fox. She could be seen on a plethora of national shows, both on and off Fox. Carter has also had an amazing career, as she was with the LA News Group, The Washington Examiner, and The Washington Times.
Back in 2007, Cheryl Casone Joined the Fox Business Network. She also read reports on Fox News Network as well. An alum of Northern Arizona University, Casone is known for her commentary to Fox, as well as her financial contributions. She also provides weekly reports on the job statistics in America. She has also written a book called “The Comeback: How Today’s Moms Reenter the Workplace Successfully”, which discusses the challenges to mothers coming back to work from maternity leave and how they can overcome those challenges
A former NFL cheerleader, Emily Compagno joined Fox in 2018 and can be seen on a variety of Fox shows, but she is frequently on The Five as a semi-regular host. The attorney-TV host holds a bachelor’s from the University of Washington and a law degree from the University of San Francisco School of Law. she has launched her show called Crimes that Changed America, which airs on Fox Nation.
Abby Hornacek is an American journalist and media personality who is already popular for being the daughter of former NBA player turned coach Jeff Hornacek. She works in the Fox Nation as a movement and recreation host and she would co-have a progression of Ride to Work alongside different grapples of the Fox Nation. Hornacek hosted a sports show on Fox Nation/Fox Sports San Diego called “San Diego Prep Insider”, and is very active on YouTube, posting videos of her trying different unusual sports.
Born on June 15, 1981. Marie Elizabeth Harf is a liberal political commentator for the Fox News Channel and former deputy campaign manager for policy and communications for the Rep. Seth Moulton presidential campaign. She was the senior advisor to John Kerry, the former Secretary of State, and was in charge of the Iran nuclear deal. She wrote her graduate thesis on the prospects of long-term political stability in Saudi Arabia.
A general assignment reporter for Fox since 2018, Jacqui Heinrich is based out of New York. She has won 3 Emmys and was named she was named by the NATAS as the General Assignment Reporter of the Year in 2017. She initially worked for Boston 25 News and a local Las Vegas ABC affiliate before she joined Fox. She used to anchor for KOAA, hosting Happening Now’s weekend morning edition. After graduating, she interned on Capitol Hill.
Born in San Antonio, Texas, Christina Coleman was reported to be one of Fox’s news correspondents in its local LA branch in 2019. She initially worked as an anchor and night reporter for KSDK-TV before working for Fox. She has worked there since 2014 and has covered various community issues such as the Ferguson Riots. Another major event that she was praised for her coverage of was the mass shooting in Fort Hood.
Mara Liasson is an American journalist and political pundit. She is the national political correspondent for NPR and also a contributor at Fox News Channel. She was born in NYC in 1955 and graduated from Brown University and the Graduate School of Journalism. She frequently appears in Special Report and Fox News Sunday. She has also worked for Washington Week, and she is a public speaker, often giving speeches to journalism students about her journey as a reporter.
Angela McGlowan is an American political commentator, best-selling author, and CEO of Political Strategies & Insights, government affairs, political strategy, public relations, and advocacy consulting firm based in Oxford, Mississippi, with an office in Washington, D.C. Angela McGlowan owns a firm in Oxford called Political Strategies & Insights. Whenever she commentates on Fox News, it is usually about the activities of special interest groups, lobbies, advocacy organizations, and PACs.
Born in New Jersey, Britt McHenry is a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism. She is a brain cancer survivor, having revealed her diagnosis to the public in February of 2020, and underwent brain surgery in March of 2020 to remove a tumor. She was a sports reporter, as well as a replacement anchor. Now, she worked for Fox Sports and Fox Nation. She hosts a show on Fox 5.
Judith Miller is an American journalist and commentator known for her coverage of Iraq’s Weapons of Mass Destruction program both before and after the 2003 invasion, which was later discovered to have been based on inaccurate information from the intelligence community. She worked for the New York Times bureau in Washington D.C. before joining Fox in 2008. As a victim of the 2001 anthrax attacks, she wrote the book called Germs: Biological Weapons & America’s Secret War.
Dr. Nicole Saphier is an American radiologist and the director of breast imaging at Memorial Sloan Kettering Monmouth. She is well known for providing her medical expertise as a contributor on Fox News, Fox Business, and MSNBC. She is a board member of the Morris Township Board of Health, as well as the Radiological Society of New Jersey. She has also written a book called “Make America Healthy Again: How Bad Behavior and Big Government Caused a Trillion-Dollar Crisis”
Kimberley Ann Strassel
Kimberley Ann Strassel is an American conservative columnist and author who is a member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board. She writes a weekly column, “Potomac Watch”, which appears on Fridays. Born in Oregon, she attended Princeton University and joined the Wall Street Journal shortly after graduation. She is usually seen on Fox News as a contributor to discuss current events.
Born on March 9, 1984, in Manhattan, Tarlov can frequently be seen on Fox News Channel as a contributor and can also be seen on a lot of FNC and Fox Business Shows offering political Analysis. She works for Bustle Media as a Senior Director, which owns popular sites such as Bustle, Romper, and Elite Daily. She is a frequent Fox guest ever since 2014 before she was hired as a contributor.
Katherine Clare Timpf is an American columnist, television personality, reporter, and comedian. She has frequently appeared on Fox News Channel’s The Greg Gutfeld Show and other Fox News shows. In 2017, Timpf co-hosted Fox News Specialists alongside Eric Bolling and Eboni Williams. She is also a satirical writer, working for National Review Online, where she writes both serious and satirical pieces. She also has a podcast with a pro-wrester named Tyrus called “Tyrus and Timpf”