In a rare tweet, conservative media mogul Matt Drudge called out the New Yorker magazine's latest cover, which shows President Trump lying on the ground at the base of an escalator.
Jon Scott is the host of "Fox Report Weekend" on Fox News Channel, Saturday at 7:00pm ET and Sunday at 6:00pm ET. He previously hosted the weekday morning show "Happening Now" on Fox News Channel.
Scott is part of the original anchor team at Fox News Channel, having joined two months prior to its launch. He is perhaps best known to viewers for his handling of the events of Sept. 11, 2001, when he anchored the network's coverage from the opening minutes after the attack on the World Trade Center. For more than eight hours, his calm, steady reporting helped Fox viewers comprehend the multiple tragedies unfolding live in New York, Virginia and Pennsylvania.
During his tenure at Fox, Jon has gone into the field to cover events ranging from the war in Afghanistan to hurricanes and floods, space shuttle launches and royal weddings.
Jon came to Fox from NBC News where he was a correspondent for Dateline NBC and received an Emmy for news writing. He also served as a reporter for "Inside Edition." He began his career as an anchor and reporter at stations in Miami and Denver.
A father of four, including a West Point graduate who recently returned from Afghanistan, Jon is a frequent speaker at events honoring veterans and our military service personnel. A Colorado native, he graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia. He's a private pilot, an avid outdoorsman, a woodworker and a really bad golfer.
Stories from Jon Scott
Rep. Darrell Issa believes it is "absolutely" warranted for GOP leaders to ask the Justice Department inspector general to investigate alleged threats by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in January.
Fox News Channel announced Thursday it will expand its signature morning news program, America’s Newsroom, to three hours, starting Monday, June 11.
President Donald Trump announced he is giving a "full pardon" to conservative filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza.
Rep. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.) said President Trump made the right move by withdrawing from a planned face-to-face summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) said that in order for the American justice system to be saved, a second special counsel is needed to probe alleged abuses in the Russia investigation.
Joe Concha said Monday that he believes "second-tier" comedians are exploiting the platform they're given at the White House Correspondents' Dinner to advance their careers.
Former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer said the American people deserve to know if anyone on the Trump campaign worked with Russians to disseminate stolen emails.
President Trump commented on the state of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Monday during the White House's annual Easter Egg Roll event, saying Democrats have let down immigrants who benefit from the policy.
A former FBI assistant director said there is no doubt that comparisons between the recent Austin, Texas package explosions and the unabomber case are appropriate.
Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) argued that in order to increase safety at schools and prevent incidents like the Feb. 14 shooting in Parkland, Florida, efforts should be made by parents, teachers and schools, not the federal government.
Media reporter Joe Concha called out many of his colleagues in the press for fawning over the sister of North Korea dictator Kim Jong Un at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.