Hillary Clinton on Thursday slammed the Trump White House and the media for "lifting up" views she described as "racist and white supremacist," and she praised her "dear friend" Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.).
Dagen McDowell joined the FOX Business Network (FBN) as an anchor in September 2007.
Since 2003, McDowell served as a business correspondent for the FOX News Channel (FNC) where she was a regular guest on "Your World with Neil Cavuto."
She has also been a recurring guest on "Cashin' In," appearing on the program initially as a contributor when it debuted in May 2001.
McDowell also appears on "Outnumbered" on FNC, weekdays at noon ET.
Before entering broadcast news, McDowell wrote a personal finance column for TheStreet.com called "Dear Dagen." In addition, she has also worked for SmartMoney magazine and SmartMoney.com.
McDowell began her career as a financial journalist at the Institutional Investor's newsletter division. A native of Virginia, she is a graduate of Wake Forest University.
Stories from Dagen McDowell
Lisa Boothe said Wednesday that no matter what the Trump administration does to strengthen immigration laws, it's going to cause "massive uproar from mainstream media and the left."
Trish Regan said Thursday that in order for Democratic voters to rally against Congressional Republicans ahead of the midterm elections, they'll need to conduct a "character assassination" toward President Trump's personal life.
A suburban Columbus high school student suspended for, in his words, failing to "make a political choice" in the classroom over gun control discussed the incident on "Cavuto Live."
Maryland Democratic Sen. Benjamin Cardin said it appeared "vindictive and political" for the Trump administration to fire Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe in a way that will likely affect his substantial pension.
President Trump's so-called "madman approach" to North Korea is getting "real credit" from some in the mainstream media.
A growing number of Republican lawmakers are calling for answers after a bombshell report that the Obama administration stunted a law enforcement campaign targeting drug trafficking by the Iranian-backed terrorist group Hezbollah for fear of jeopardizing the Iran nuclear deal.
British law enforcement was called to an incident in a busy Black Friday shopping area Friday afternoon local time.
An op-ed in the New York Times this week urged former President Barack Obama to end his silence and speak out against President Trump.
As Hurricane Harvey approaches Texas, Dagen McDowell is warning President Donald Trump that now is not the time to talk or tweet about anything else.
Dagen McDowell applauded a decision by a federal judge who ordered the State Department resume its search for emails relevant to the Benghazi terror attack of 2012.
Former Obama administration official Marie Harf said on "Outnumbered" that her party should not be listening to advice offered by outspoken liberal filmmaker Michael Moore.