Michelle Malkin said recent terror attacks in New York City highlight the need to fix our broken immigration system.
Steve Doocy currently serves as co-host of FOX News Channel's (FNC) FOX & Friends (weekdays 6-9AM/ET). Based in New York, he joined the network in 1996.
Every weekday morning, Doocy provides viewers with the latest news, political and entertainment headlines and engages in a variety of topical discussions with his co-hosts. Throughout his tenure at FNC, he has contributed to coverage of every presidential election since 1996. He has also conducted interviews with a variety of newsmakers and celebrities, including former President George W. Bush, former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, then Vice President Dick Cheney, actress Jessica Alba, actor Rob Lowe and model and actress Brooklyn Decker.
Before joining FNC, Doocy was co-anchor of WCBS-TV's (CBS 2) Early Morning Newscast, hosted Wake Up America on NBC's America's Talking and anchored FOX’s children’s newsmagazine, Not Just News. He also hosted NBC's nationally syndicated program House Party from 1989 to 1990. He began his career as a feature reporter for WRC-TV (NBC 4) in Washington, DC.
Throughout his career, Doocy has received 11 local EMMY Awards for feature coverage, as well as the Associated Press' Feature Reporter of the Year Award. He is the author of "Tales From the Dad Side: Misadventures in Fatherhood" and The New York Times bestseller "The Mr. and Mrs. Happy Handbook." Doocy received his B.A. in journalism from the University of Kansas.
Stories from Steve Doocy
Singer Joy Villa, who famously wore a President Donald Trump-themed dress to the 2017 Grammy Awards, is launching an exploratory committee to look into a possible congressional run in Florida.
Ari Fleischer thinks the Trump administration is right to go after the mainstream media when they see inaccurate or dishonest reporting.
A Tennessee youngster's tearful plea against bullying is touching hearts all over the world, including UFC boss Dana White, Donald Trump Jr., actors and sports stars.
Harvard Law School professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz, a lifelong Democrat, has been getting backlash for downplaying some claims from the left that President Trump committed obstruction of justice.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich reacted to the new report of Justice Department officials looking over more than 10,000 text messages between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
Following the controversial not guilty verdict in the Kate Steinle murder trial, Rep. Todd Rokita (R-Ind.) introduced a bill that would imprison and fine elected officials who shelter illegal immigrant criminals from deportation.
Robert Mueller removed an FBI Russian counterintelligence expert from his team after an internal probe found he exchanged texts with a colleague that could be interpreted as showing political bias against President Donald Trump and for Hillary Clinton.
Tom Homan, the acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), says he was "stunned" and "sickened" by the not guilty verdict in the Kate Steinle murder trial.
The White House press secretary said on Wednesday she's planning to bake pies for some reporters after her Thanksgiving Day tweet generated a mini-controversy.
A Tennessee Titans player plans to wear special cleats on Sunday to honor quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Tomi Lahren slammed the mainstream media for its coverage of women in the Trump White House, such as First Lady Melania Trump, counselor Kellyanne Conway and Press Secretary Sarah Sanders.