Following a mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub that left at least 20 people dead and 42 wounded, authorities are eyeing a connection between the gunman and radical Islamic terrorism.
Peter Doocy is currently a Washington D.C.-based correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC). He joined the network in 2009 as a general assignment reporter based in the New York bureau.
Doocy received his B.A. from Villanova University and previously worked as a student reporter at FNC's partner site, The Palestra.
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ESPN Magazine's Howard Bryant wrote in a new column that cops singing the national anthem before sporting events is "staged patriotism."
Is Marco Rubio taking back his pledge to support the GOP nominee?
“We’ve had no injuries, no problems, until yesterday, when we had this one," Donald Trump told Fox and Friends Weekend.
Counterterrorism expert Dr. Sebastian Gorka said we should not expect the San Bernardino to be the last terror attack by jihadis in America.
Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy pressed the White House on the remarks, asking whether tougher gun control laws can stop radical Islamists from carrying out an attack in the U.S.
In the wake of nationwide protests by college students seeking protection from offensive language on campuses, some Princeton University students are pushing back.
A Georgia sheriff says he's proud to be political incorrect, and if you don't like it, you can leave his county.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump boasted over the weekend that he would be willing to spend $1 billion of his own money if that's what it takes to win the 2016 election.
A Maryland dairy farmer was left high and dry when the IRS swooped in and seized tens of thousands of hard-earned dollars from his account, claiming he violated an obscure banking law.
The search continues into a third day for two missing Florida teens that were last seen buying supplies for their fishing trip.
Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Saturday that the nuclear deal his country reached with world powers won’t have any effect on his country's policies toward the U.S.