On "The Story," Sandra Smith interviewed the author of a New York Times report that said money-wielding "partisans" are seeking to "exploit sexual harassment claims."
Smith has appeared across both Fox News and Fox Business Network's daytime and primetime programs, and frequently fills in as guest anchor on "The Story with Martha MacCallum."
In November 2015, Smith, alongside Fox Business Network's Trish Regan, moderated the network’s inaugural Republican presidential primary debate, making history as the first dual-female team to host a debate.
Prior to joining FOX Business Network as a reporter in 2007, Smith was an on-air reporter for Bloomberg Television. In this role, she covered U.S. equities and derivatives markets and contributed to breaking news and analysis. Before Bloomberg, Smith was the Director of Institutional Sales and Trading at Terra Nova Institutional where she handled investment management and hedge fund accounts. She also assisted in the development of program trading models for existing and prospective clients.
Prior to this, she was a trader at Hermitage Capital. A graduate of Louisiana State University, Smith began her career as a research associate at Aegis Capital. There, she assisted in the research and analysis of retail stocks, prepared weekly stock newsletters to clients and identified investment opportunities.
Stories from Sandra Smith
President Trump once again set social media ablaze with an incendiary tweet aimed at North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Rep. Ron DeSantis expressed skepticism about a New York Times report which states that a former Trump campaign adviser's drunken boasts - not the Trump-Russia dossier - led to the FBI's Russia investigation.
As many as 50 percent of Americans predict that their federal taxes will go up with the sweeping tax reform plan now under consideration by Congress, according to a Monmouth University poll.
Katie Pavlich sounded off on "Outnumbered" Thursday following the controversy over President Trump's tweet blasting Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand.
Mike Huckabee sounded off Thursday morning on the hundreds of anti-Trump text messages exchanged between two FBI agents in 2016.
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.)
Sen. Lindsey Graham said Monday morning a suspected terrorist in New York City must be "held under the law of war" and interrogated accordingly.
A flood of Democratic senators are calling on Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) to resign as the allegations of sexual misconduct grow by the day.
Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (Ret.) commended President Donald Trump for his decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, calling the move "long overdue."
Tom Homan, the acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), said illegal border crossings are at a 45-year low because President Donald Trump has taken border security seriously.
Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) announced today he will retire and endorsed his son, John Conyers III, to take his place.