Katie Pavlich sounded off Thursday on the prospect of yet another short-term spending bill to avert a government shutdown on Friday.
Marie Harf joined the network in January 2017 and currently serves as a contributor for FOX News Channel (FNC), offering national security and political analysis across FNC and FOX Business Network's (FBN) daytime and primetime programming.
Most recently, Harf served as the senior adviser for strategic communications to Secretary of State John Kerry. She previously held the position of deputy spokesperson for the State Department from July 2013 until May 2015, where she served as the department's acting spokesperson from March 27, 2015 until May 13 of that year.
Prior to joining the State Department, Harf was the senior adviser and media spokesperson for former Sen. Chuck Hagel, R-Neb., as he was being confirmed to be Secretary of Defense. Previously, during the 2012 presidential election, she worked on all national security and foreign policy issues for President Barack Obama's re-election campaign in addition to serving as the campaign's press spokesperson on national security issues. She was also a member of President Obama's debate preparation team.
Harf began her federal government career as an analyst on Middle East leadership issues in the CIA's Directorate of Intelligence. She received a Master's degree in foreign affairs from the University of Virginia and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science with concentrations in Jewish Studies and Russian & Eastern European Studies from Indiana University.
Stories from Marie Harf
Political strategist Josh Holmes said Democrats' calls for Oprah Winfrey to run for president are an indictment of the party's lack of leaders.
Fox News contributor and former Utah congressman Jason Chaffetz says Attorney General Jeff Sessions "needs to go" in order to fix "major systemic problems" in the Department of Justice.
Former Trump campaign member Steve Cortes maintained on "Outnumbered" Thursday that there was no collusion between the campaign and Russia.
The Pew Research Center says the media's coverage of the Trump administration's first two months was 62 percent negative, more than three times higher than in 2009 when Barack Obama took office.
Marie Harf called on Republicans to speak out against President Trump for the "sexual innuendo" he expressed in a tweet blasting Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.)
Democratic Sen. Jon Tester (Mt.) tore into the Republicans' tax reform bill, declaring in a viral video that his GOP colleagues were set to pass a bill which lawmakers could not possibly read in time.
The "Outnumbered" panel sounded off today on the disturbing sexual misconduct alleged by NBC News staffers against now-fired "Today" show host Matt Lauer.
A lawyer for Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) said that House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) "sure as hell" won't be able to force the longtime congressman to resign.
Charlie Rose has been fired from CBS News and PBS in light of the sexual harassment complaints against him from eight women.
TV host and radio broadcaster Leeann Tweeden has accused Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) of kissing and groping her without her consent in 2006.
In his new memoir, former Vice President Joe Biden says he knew he was capable of beating Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary, but he decided not to run for fear of a "stop at nothing" campaign by her backers.