Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace said Friday that it "certainly doesn't look good" for the prospects of those being probed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Shepard Smith currently serves as the chief news anchor and managing editor for the network's breaking news division. Additionally, he is the anchor of Shepard Smith Reporting (weekdays 3-4PM/ET). Smith's highly relatable reporting has been a trademark on FOX News Channel (FNC) since he joined the network at its inception in 1996.
Smith has covered virtually every major news story over the course of his career and has played a major role in the network's innovation of the way news is presented. On Shepard Smith Reporting, state-of-the-art newsgathering is enhanced with advanced technologies as well as digital and social media to bring viewers the latest hard news from the newly constructed signature studio known as The FOX News Deck. Additionally, Smith's dedicated team of information specialists interrupt programming as needed at a moment's notice to bring viewers the latest news as it unfolds throughout the afternoon and prime-time lineup.
Early during his career at FNC, Smith held the position of a New York-based general assignment reporter and was then promoted to a senior correspondent.
Prior to joining FNC, Smith was a Los Angeles-based FOX News Edge correspondent, reporting on a wide range of stories for the FOX affiliate news service.
Before this, Smith gained extensive local news experience throughout the state of Florida, reporting for WSVN-TV (FOX) in Miami, the former WCPX-TV (CBS) in Orlando, WBBH-TV (NBC) in Fort Myers, and WJHG-TV (NBC) in Panama City, where he began his television career.
He attended the University of Mississippi and is a native of Holly Springs, MS.
Stories from Shepard Smith
Ahead of his exclusive interview with President Donald Trump airing Sunday at 2 PM ET on "Fox News Sunday", Chris Wallace previewed what he and the president discussed.
A Chico County police officer called in to "Shepard Smith Reporting" Friday to describe the devastation a deadly, fast-moving wildfire has caused in the town of Paradise, California.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said that Jeff Sessions' resignation is beginning to appear as if it were an effort to shake up the Justice Department all the way to Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Swift issued a rare political endorsement last month, declaring her support for Democratic Senate candidate and former Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen over his Republican rival Rep. Marsha Blackburn.
Hurricane Michael caused "widespread, catastrophic damage" to Tyndall Air Force Base in Bay County, Fla., Shepard Smith reported Friday.
Shepard Smith showed devastating drone footage and other videos from Mexico Beach, Florida, almost completely destroyed Wednesday by Hurricane Michael.
Maine Sen. Susan Collins gave an approximately 40-minute Senate floor speech in which she blasted the state of the Supreme Court nomination process, ripped the unidentified "leaker" of Christine Blasey Ford's identity and confirmed she will support Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
Several hundred protesters, including a cousin of the top Democrat in the Senate, flooded the open-air lobby of the Hart Senate Office Building in opposition to the looming confirmation vote for Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
The lead reporter on the New York Times expose on alleged "dubious tax schemes" employed by President Donald Trump's father to "greatly increase" his son's fortune pushed back on White House claims the report is "fake news."
Fox News correspondent Jonathan Hunt took a ride-along Tuesday with Customs and Border Protection agents flying high over Pender County, N.C. in search of citizens in distress from Hurricane Florence.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blasted Judiciary Committee Democrats' handling of a formerly anonymous allegation of misconduct against Judge Brett Kavanaugh.