A judge ruled Thursday attorneys for Stormy Daniels cannot fast-track a deposition of President Trump.
Kevin Corke currently serves as FNC's White House correspondent. He joined the network in 2014.
Before joining FNC, Corke spent four years as a member of the White House Press Corps covering the George W. Bush administration (2004-2008) for NBC News. His coverage experience in Washington includes reporting from the Pentagon, Supreme Court, Capitol Hill and the U.S. State Department.
In trips all over the globe aboard Air Force One, Corke has reported from numerous continents covering issues ranging from politics and international policy to trade and terrorism.
Previously, he has reported for the Today Show and NBC Nightly News. In political campaign cycles he served as an anchor for MSNBC's Super Tuesday political coverage.
As a journalist, Corke has covered a variety of stories, including the Virginia Tech tragedy, the last Space Shuttle flight, hurricanes and nearly every major American sporting event. He has served as primary news anchor at WTVJ-TV in Miami, anchor/reporter at KUSA-TV in Denver and hosted ESPN's SportsCenter, as well as broadcasted games for the network.
Corke is a graduate of Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, where he earned a Littauer Fellow citation for academic excellence, leadership and commitment to work in the public interest. He also has earned both a Masters and Bachelor degrees in journalism from the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Stories from Kevin Corke
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders ripped the mainstream media during her daily briefing.
One of President Barack Obama's top national security officials called out President Trump for lying in a tweet early this morning.
The White House is weighing whether to take military action against North Korea following last month's missile test by the hermit regime, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.
Fox News White House correspondent Kevin Corke questioned President Barack Obama at the 44th president's final news conference.
President Obama has approved new sanctions on Russia in response to U.S. election-related hacking, Fox News' Kevin Corke reported moments ago.
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) agreed with President Obama's contention that ObamaCare is imperfect, like the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 mobile phone, which has made news recently over its occasionally combustible battery, Kevin Corke reported on Special Report.
President Obama announced today that he is nominating federal appeals court judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court.
At an impromptu news conference this afternoon, Fox News White House correspondent Kevin Corke asked President Obama about the lackluster labor participation rate among Americans.
Police say a White House staffer fired a gun at her U.S. Capitol police officer boyfriend when he refused to let her see his phones.
President Obama hit back at Mike Huckabee this morning, calling the former Arkansas governor's remarks on the Iran nuclear deal "ridiculous."