A Pennsylvania Republican Congressman known for his vocal opposition to President Donald Trump announced his resignation Tuesday.
Veteran business journalist Stuart Varney serves as a business contributor and substitute host for FOX News Channel's (FNC) "Your World with Neil Cavuto" as well as the host of FOX Business Network's "Varney & Co." (weekdays, 9am-noon/ET)
He joined FNC in January 2004.
Since joining FNC's business team, Varney has contributed to the network's weekday and weekend business programming including: "Your World with Neil Cavuto," "Bulls & Bears," "Cavuto on Business" and "Cashin' In."
Prior to joining FNC, Varney most recently served as the host of CNBC's "Wall Street Journal Editorial Board with Stuart Varney." Before that, he was a co-anchor of CNN's "Moneyline News Hour." Varney helped launch CNN's business news team in 1980 and hosted many of their financial programs including, "Your Money," "Business Day" and "Business Asia." His reporting and analysis of the stock market crash of 1987 helped earn CNN a Peabody Award for excellence in journalism.
A graduate of the London School of Economics, Varney began his broadcast journalism career as a business anchor for KEMO-TV in San Francisco.
Stories from Stuart Varney
President Donald Trump will travel to San Diego on Tuesday to inspect the eight border wall prototypes that have been built.
Local community organizations in Chicago are critical of former President Obama's plan to build his presidential library on the site of Jackson Park - a locale on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average crossed the 26,000 point milestone at the opening bell on Tuesday.
One of the leading figures in the Democratic Party is taking heat on social media for proudly touting the violent far-left group Antifa.
Stuart Varney said a new report about federal employee pay is a sign that government bureaucracy is out of control.
Stuart Varney said the FBI has become too politicized and the bureau's investigations are "politically tainted."
Former Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-Ark.) responded to the mini-controversy involving his daughter, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders.
Fireworks erupted in a Senate committee hearing on tax reform when a Democrat accused the Republican chairman of writing the bill "for the rich."
On Fox Business Network today, Stuart Varney said he's one of many Americans who are sick and tired of NFL players insulting what the United States stands for.
More than 400 American millionaires and billionaires are going to ask Congress not to cut their taxes, according to The Washington Post.
Stuart Varney said Donna Brazile's bombshell allegation that the DNC rigged the Democratic primary to ensure that Hillary Clinton won the nomination over Bernie Sanders is damaging to both the Democratic Party and Clinton's political future.