Graduates of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts were treated to a memorable commencement speech - and some blunt words - from Robert De Niro.
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.
Most recently in August of 2015, Doocy provided live coverage of the shooting of WDBJ-TV reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward live on air. During June of 2015, he reported on the manhunt for the two prisoners who escaped the Clinton Correction Facility in Dannemore, NY.
In November of 2014, Doocy hosted a documentary The Man Who Killed Usama bin Laden, which featured the first television exclusive interview with Robert O'Neill, the Navy SEAL who says he fired the shots that killed terrorist leader Usama bin Laden. According to Nielsen, this is the highest rated documentary in FNC's history.
Previously in 2013, Doocy reported live on the scene of the deadly Navy Yard shooting in Washington, D.C. Additionally, he covered the marathon bombing in Boston and the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT. Throughout his career at FNC, he has covered a multitude of stories, including former Vice President Dick Cheney's heart transplant surgery in March 2012, the 2011 floods in the Midwest and the 2012 and 2008 presidential elections.
Doocy received his B.A. from Villanova University and previously worked as a student reporter at FNC's partner site, The Palestra.
Stories from Peter Doocy
Sgt. John Watson served during World War II as one of the Tuskegee Airmen, the first group of African American aviators in U.S. history. But the 96-year-old veteran was never formally recognized for his service. That just changed in an amazing way.
Peter Doocy reported the latest information moments ago on the deadly Amtrak train derailment. The death toll has now reached seven. A total of more than 200 people were treated for injuries. Several remain in critical condition.
Peter Doocy is on the ground in Baltimore this morning, where there are new reports of looting in broad daylight.
Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) agents had sex parties with prostitutes in Colombia that were paid for by drug cartels, according to a new inspector general report released by the Justice Department on Thursday. Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, vowed to immediately look into the new findings and possibly hold hearings.
A restroom at a Walmart in Muncie, Indiana, has been closed indefinitely after an employee discovered a working meth lab inside.
A sheriff in Virginia wanted to display the American flag in his courthouse lobby to honor the veterans, police officers and firefighters who serve our country. But judges in the courthouse said "no" to Old Glory.
After seven years of service, hero police dog "Judge" was forced to retire due to health problems. Judge's incredible story inspired a veterinary hospital to start a national fund that will help care for service dogs in times of need.
A heroic Virginia mother used training she received from her police officer husband to shoot an intruder who broke into her home as her two-year-old daughter slept.
The al-Asad Air Base in Iraq is now on high alert after Iraqi forces stopped a suicide attack from causing widespread damage and fatalities.
Staples blasted President Obama for comments he made criticizing the company claiming it reportedly cut workers' hours as a way of providing health insurance.
A Missouri father was shocked when he received a letter from one of his daughter's teachers that scolded him for not packing his 2nd grader a "proper" lunch.