A student who was shot in the back of the head during the Santa Fe High School shooting and lived to tell about it shared his story on "Fox & Friends."
Doug McKelway joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in November 2010 and serves as a Washington-based correspondent.
McKelway, who has more than 20 years of experience as a TV journalist, began his career at WCNC-TV (NBC 22) in Charlotte, NC and earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Skidmore College.
Stories from Doug McKelway
The mother of the man accused of slamming his car into a group of protesters at a neo-Nazi rally Charlottesville, Va., learned of her son's alleged actions via a reporter.
As Attorney General Jeff Sessions gets ready to announce a crackdown on leakers, a new set of leaks is making headlines.
One of the hallmarks of President Donald Trump's campaign rhetoric was repealing and replacing ObamaCare. Now that he's in the Oval Office, Trump is still committed to getting rid of the Affordable Care Act, but it may take longer than expected.
Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer said President Obama was being "semi-delusional" when he claimed that the popularity of his platform remains unchanged and that he could have won a third term this year.
Tuesday on Special Report, Sen. Dr. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) discussed the future of ObamaCare with one of its chief architects, Massachusetts Institute of Technology economist Jonathan Gruber
Is the Democratic Party in disarray following Hillary Clinton's defeat?
President-elect Donald Trump has said recently that he no longer has substantive interest in appointing a special prosecutor to look into Hillary Clinton's alleged mishandling of classified information.
"I don't think it can be done," syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer said of president-elect Donald Trump's ability to become completely removed from his business empire as president of the United States.
Charles Krauthammer reacted to the FBI release of investigative documents on Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server, saying he was struck by the "brazenness" of Clinton's lying.
Charles Krauthammer said that Hillary Clinton's message has been "totally drowned out" by scandals and lies large and small.