The state of Virginia is weighing granting a tax exemption to the widows of police officers, firefighters and search and rescue personnel.
Douglas Kennedy currently serves as a correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC). He joined the network in 1996 and is based in New York.
Most recently, Kennedy reported on the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy from Staten Island, NY. While at FNC, he has provided live coverage of many high-profile news stories, including every presidential election since FNC’s inception in 1996, the Iraq War, the Sept. 11th attack on the World Trade Center, as well as Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
In 2007, Kennedy was the first national reporter to link anti-depressant medications to adolescent suicide and violence, prompting government hearings that eventually resulted in black box warnings from the Food and Drug Administration.
Prior to joining FNC, Kennedy worked at The New York Post as a crime reporter, along with The Boston Herald and The Nantucket Beacon. Kennedy graduated with a B.A. from Brown University.
Stories from Douglas Kennedy
A new baby monitor and app are using smart technology in an effort to fight Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
A campus safety app aims to prevent sexual assaults among college students.
A new study has found that dogs don’t really feel guilty when they do something wrong.
The FDA is considering a plan that would allow the dairy industry to add the sweetener aspartame to milk without having to label it. The plan is coming under fire from some farmers and some consumer groups.