George Papadopolous, a former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser, pleaded guilty to making false statements to FBI agents, special counsel Robert Mueller announced yesterday.
James Rosen joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in 1999. He currently serves as the chief Washington correspondent and hosts the online show "The Foxhole."
Throughout his tenure with FNC, Rosen's beats have included the White House and the State Department. He has also reported from Capitol Hill, the Pentagon, the U.S. Supreme Court and the campaign trail. His datelines include almost all 50 states in the U.S. and three-dozen foreign countries across five continents, including Afghanistan, Haiti, Iraq, Israel, Pakistan, the Palestinian Authority, Saudi Arabia and Uganda.
Rosen has broken many exclusive stories, on subjects ranging from Iran and North Korea to government contracting and presidential campaigns. Most recently, he interviewed Secretary of State John Kerry in Doha, Qatar on the attacks in Benghazi, Libya and the United State’s involvement in training Syrian opposition. He has interviewed two former presidents, four justices of the U.S. Supreme Court, and many other high-ranking officials and celebrities, including noted authors William F. Buckley, Jr. and Tom Wolfe.
Prior to joining FNC, Rosen worked as a researcher to CBS News anchor and managing editor Dan Rather; as an associate producer at WWOR-TV in New York; as a producer in the political unit at NY-1 News; as an anchor and reporter for WREX-TV in Rockford, Illinois; and as an anchor and reporter for News12/The Bronx.
Rosen's book, "The Strong Man: John Mitchell and the Secrets of Watergate," was published to wide critical acclaim. His articles and essays have appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Atlantic Monthly, Harper's, Playboy, and National Review, among many other periodicals.
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Rosen attended public schools on Staten Island. He earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from The Johns Hopkins University and his master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. He has lectured on politics and the media at Georgetown University and the George Washington University.
Rosen lives in Washington, D.C., with his wife and their two sons.
Stories from James Rosen
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) and Philadelphia Mayor James Kenney (D) are planning to ignore a Sunday deadline to provide critical information to ICE on their sanctuary city status.
Charles Krauthammer reflected on the departure of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.
Senator Bernie Sanders appeared unhappy to be questioned by a Fox News reporter about an FBI investigation into actions by the Vermonter and his wife.
President Donald Trump said Thursday on Twitter that he did not make and doesn't have any recordings of his private conversations with fired FBI Director James Comey.
American Conservative Union chairman Matt Schlapp said it is likely that federal investigators will "find something" while probing the Trump White House.
Although President Donald Trump has followed through on many of his campaign promises, he has yet to push through several of his most important pieces of legislation: the repeal and replace of ObamaCare, tax reform and raising the debt ceiling.
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) described it as "beyond ridiculous" that Democrats are sounding the alarm about Russian interference in the presidential election after the Obama administration a year ago downplayed his warnings about U.S. intelligence failures regarding Russia.
On "Special Report" tonight, Charles Krauthammer said the leaks coming out of President Donald Trump's White House signify a loyalty problem for the president within his own administration.
As the White House struggles to shake its many controversies, Trump's reliance on Pence has deepened, Fox News correspondent James Rosen reported on "America's Newsroom."
Charles Krauthammer reacted to a report that President Trump revealed classified information during a meeting with Russian envoys in the Oval Office.
Charles Krauthammer said Wednesday that both people and pundits "don't know a damn thing" about whether Susan Rice is guilty of wrongdoing.