A massive manhunt is underway in London after a "terrorist incident" on the subway left at least 29 people injured.
Amy Kellogg currently serves as a correspondent based in Milan. She joined FOX News Channel (FNC) in 1999 as a Moscow-based correspondent.
During her tenure at FNC, Kellogg has played a key role in the network’s coverage of high-profile international stories. She has had access to the Islamic Republic of Iran and an opportunity to speak with President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in 2007 at the press conference following the release of 15 British sailors that were held captive. Kellogg has covered political as well as social topics from the region, including Iranian and Iraqi war veterans suffering the effects of Saddam Hussein's chemical weapons, as well as spent significant time with Iran's youth. She reported from Pakistan and Afghanistan after September 11, 2001, in Israel and the Palestinian territories throughout the Second Intifada and in Iraq in 2004. Kellogg has also reported from Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and aboard the USS Stennis in the Arabian Sea.
Additionally, Kellogg traveled to Chechnya during its second war of the 1990s and covered the resignation of the late Russian President Boris Yeltsin. She provided in-depth coverage of the life of Pope John Paul II and reported from Poland at the time of his passing in 2005. She has also reported on the Mumbai train bombings in 2006, the London transit bombings in 2005 and the wedding of the Prince of Wales to Duchess of Cornwall Camilla Parker-Bowles in 2005. Kellogg also traveled to North Africa with the Duke of York Prince Andrew on a trade and investment mission for the United Kingdom.
Before working at FNC, she worked at WNEP-TV (ABC 16) in Scranton, PA, WBRE-TV (NBC 28) in Wilkes-Barre PA, News 12 New Jersey and WSYT-TV (Fox 68) in Syracuse, NY.
Kellogg studied Russian at Phillips Academy in Andover, MA and then earned her B.A. in Soviet Studies from Brown University. She spent a semester at Leningrad State University and received her M.A. from Stanford University in Russian and East European Studies. She is also fluent in Spanish and French.
Stories from Amy Kellogg
Italian police in riot gear clashed with refugees who refused to leave a building where they were squatting.
90,000 Christians were murdered for their faith around the world this year, which amounts to one being killed every six minutes, according to a study from The Center for the Study of Global Christianity.
The three suicide bombers who struck Istanbul's Ataturk Airport on Tuesday were connected to Chechnya, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, AP reports.
Amy Kellogg reported the latest details this morning after a gruesome terror attack at a U.S.-based chemical company in France.
Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot who was flying the Germanwings Airbus A320 jetliner that slammed into a mountain in the French Alps on Tuesday, sought treatment for vision problems that may have jeopardized his ability to continue working as a pilot, according to new reports.
The gunman killed by Copenhagen police after deadly shootings at a free speech event and a synagogue had a background in criminal gangs, according to authorities.
As nearly four million people gathered around France today to rally in solidarity in the wake of the Paris terror attacks, new information began surfacing about the gunman in Friday's kosher grocery store standoff.
An international investigation is underway to identify the masked executioner of American journalist James Foley. The ISIS terrorist who carried out the beheading in a YouTube video spoke with a distinct British accent, leading to speculation that he may one of many British citizens who have traveled to Syria and Iraq to join ISIS.
Amy Kellogg just reported the latest details on a disturbing discovery at Ramstein air base in Germany, where the body of a young male stowaway was discovered in the wheel well of a U.S. military aircraft. The C-130 cargo plane had made stops in some African countries and in Italy before arriving in Germany on Sunday.
A passenger plane disappeared from radar over northern Mali early this morning and a French official says the wreckage has been located. Stay tuned to Fox News for the latest developments on the Air Algerie flight.
The five Taliban leaders released from Guantanamo Bay in exchange for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl are reportedly free to move around Qatar with few limits. The “Dream Team” was released to the Qatari government for one year.