A man in Massachusetts turned the front lawn of his home into a patriotic display in honor of Independence Day.
Leland Vittert currently serves as a correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC) based in Washington, D.C., and co-anchor of America’s News Headquarters (Saturdays at 12PM/ET, Sundays at 1PM/ET). Vittert joined the network in 2010.
Most recently in September 2017, Vittert presented an exclusive interview with then-Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price, where Price made news that he would halt taxpayer-funded travel on private jets until an internal review was completed.
Throughout his tenure, Vittert has reported live on top stories including the death of unarmed adult Freddie Gray and the protests that followed in Baltimore, MD. Previously, as a foreign correspondent for the network based in Jerusalem, he covered top international stories including the mall shooting in Nairobi, Kenya, the Ghouta chemical attack in Syria in 2013 and the massive unrest and violent protests from Cairo, Egypt and Benghazi, Libya. Additionally, he reported live on the on-going tension in the Middle East from the southwestern region in Israel and Jerusalem.
Prior to joining FNC, Vittert anchored the weekend news at KDVR-TV (FOX 31) in Denver, CO and was a reporter for WFTV-TV (ABC 9) in Orlando, FL. He also worked at other national news stations, including KATV-TV (ABC 7) in Little Rock, AR, KNWA-TV (NBC 50) in Fayetteville, AR, and WMTV-TV (NBC 15) in Madison, WI. He began his reporting career as an intern at KTVI-TV (FOX 2) in St. Louis, MO.
The recipient of an Emmy nomination in 2006 for his coverage of Officer Bishop's clearing in Orlando, FL, Vittert graduated from Northwestern University with a B.A. in broadcast journalism and spent a year abroad at the London School of Economics.
Stories from Leland Vittert
Matt Schlapp said that Americans "deserve better" than to have to respond to what he called a "made-up emergency" that is the migrant caravan that arrived at the U.S.-Mexico border on Sunday.
A Pennsylvania radio host praised President Trump's new steel trade policy, which enacted tariffs on foreign imports of the material.
A survivor of the Florida school shooting spoke out against the Broward County sheriff as well as those who are injecting gun control politics into the tragedy.
On "America's News HQ" on Saturday, Rep. Adam Smith (D-Wash.) pushed back on one of the central allegations of a controversial memo on purported government surveillance abuses.
Two Democratic members of Congress are joining a third colleague in boycotting the State of the Union address, Leland Vittert reported Saturday.
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s niece reacted to accusations that President Trump is a "racist" for speaking in an off-color manner about third world countries.
Family members of 42-year-old filmmaker and humanitarian Jesse Phinney are raising questions about his death last month while he was in custody in the Philippines.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Sunday warned that 2018 will be a year of "extreme danger" as the United States faces mounting tensions with North Korea and Iran.
A Florida Republican congressman said this week that the Justice Department may need a "purging" to get rid of those officials who have been operating in a political manner.
New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara says he was fined $6,079 by the NFL for his decision to wear Christmas-themed red cleats in last Sunday's game.
Campus Reform reporter Cabot Phillips released the outlet's five craziest stories from college campuses in 2017.