Lea Gabrielle joined 150 veterans of World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War on an honor flight to Washington, D.C., to visit their war memorials.
Todd Piro is a general assignment reporter, as part of the "Fox & Friends" team. He joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in June 2017.
In this role, Piro serves as a breaking news reporter and occasional guest host across both "Fox & Friends" (weekdays 6-9AM/ET) and "Fox & Friends Weekend" (Saturdays and Sundays 6-10AM/ET). He also contributes to the "Breakfast with Friends" diner series, which showcases how Americans across the country feel about the political news of the day.
Prior to joining FNC, Piro was the weekday morning anchor on WVIT-TV's NBC Connecticut Today and also acted as a guest anchor for various NBC platforms, including Early Today, First Look and The Place for Politics. During his career in news, he has covered some of the most prominent national news stories, including the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary, Hurricane Sandy and the record breaking blizzard of 2013.
Piro previously served as a morning anchor at the CBS-affiliated station, KPSP Local 2 News in Palm Springs, Calif. Before embarking on a career in television, he practiced law for five years in Los Angeles at Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP.
Piro received degrees from Dartmouth College and UCLA School Of Law.
Stories from Todd Piro
Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) declared that there will be a House vote to impeach President Trump before Christmas.
There's a huge election coming up in Virginia, where Republican Ed Gillespie and Democrat Ralph Northam will face off in next month’s gubernatorial race.
Before the Thursday Night Football game between the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears, Todd Piro asked NFL fans in Green Bay, Wisconsin, what they think about players' national anthem protests.
Todd Piro headed down to Trenton this morning to hear what some Jersey diners had to say about President Trump's announcement that the U.S. would increase troop levels in Afghanistan.
Voters in Alabama are heading to the polls today for a special election primary for the U.S. Senate seat vacated when Jeff Sessions was confirmed as attorney general.
What do Floridians think of President Donald Trump as he heads to Miami?