Carly Fiorina appeared on "The View" this morning to confront the women who said her face looked "demented" and like a "Halloween mask" during the last GOP debate.
Julie Banderas joined FOX News Channel (FNC) in 2005 and currently serves as a New York-based correspondent. She is also a rotating anchor for FOX Report (Saturdays 7PM/ET) and America's News HQ (Saturdays 1PM/ET).
Prior to joining FNC, Banderas was the weekend anchor at WNYW-TV (FOX 5) in New York, N.Y. and also served as an anchor for several local news stations, including WFSB-TV (CBS 3) in Hartford, CT, WHSV-TV (ABC 3) in Harrisonburg, Va. and WBRE-TV (NBC 11) in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. She began her career at WLVI-TV (CW 56) in Boston, Mass.
In 2004, Banderas was awarded the "Outstanding Single Newscast" Emmy award for her coverage of the Republican National Convention. She graduated from Emerson College with a B.S. in broadcast journalism.
Stories from Julie Banderas
Shocking, heart-pounding video captures a man rolling under and across train tracks under a moving train.
The sunny, summer weather hasn't made it's way just yet to Newfoundland, Canada.
This might be the most expensive selfie attempt ever.
The family of Chattanooga gunman Mohammod Youssef Abdulazeez has released a statement in the Chattanooga Times-Free Press.
A new study by Harvard University scientists found that nearly half of all U.S. children and teenagers are not getting enough water.
Texas doctors have completed the world's first partial skull and scalp transplant to help a man with a large head wound from cancer treatment.
People across the country are helping a hungry veteran in North Carolina after a generous 911 operator rose to the occasion.
The web’s biggest merchant, Amazon, is fed up with phony product reviews and it's taking its complaints to court.
A 19-year-old survivor has been found following Islamic extremists' slaughter of 148 people at Garissa University College in Kenya.
The horrific moment a natural gas explosion ripped through a New Jersey home was captured on dash camera video yesterday.
A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that one-third of American adults can be defined as "heavy drinkers," but most are not alcoholics.