President Trump said he will decide Health & Human Services Secretary Tom Price's future in the administration by late Friday evening.
Trace Gallagher currently serves as a Los Angeles-based correspondent and anchors breaking news coverage for FOX News Channel's (FNC) daytime news programs. He joined the network in 1996 as a correspondent based in San Francisco.
Most recently, Gallagher reported on the shooting on Capitol Hill, the Washington Navy Yard shooting, the sexual harassment charges against former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner, the George Zimmerman murder trial and the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's first child His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge. Additionally, he provided breaking news coverage of the deadly crash of Asiana flight 214 at San Francisco Airport (SFO), the Boston Marathon bombing and the shootings at Newtown Elementary School and at a movie theatre in Aurora, CO in 2012.
During his tenure at FNC, Gallagher has covered a multitude of stories, including the on-going conflict in the Middle East, the tsunami in Tōhoku, Japan and the death of Michael Jackson. Gallagher also spent five years in New York serving as co-anchor of The Live Desk, alongside Martha MacCallum.
Prior to joining FNC, Gallagher served as an anchor and reporter at WCPX-TV (CBS 6) in Orlando, FL, KYEL-TV (NBC 13) in Yuma, AZ, KVBC-TV (NBC 3) in Las Vegas, NV and KTVB-TV (NBC 7) in Boise, Idaho.
Gallagher graduated from the University of San Diego with a B.A. in business.
Stories from Trace Gallagher
Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich (D) gave his first prison interviews to a Chicago magazine and an NBC affiliate, Trace Gallagher reported.
Fox News correspondent Trace Gallagher rode along on a rescue helicopter plucking families out of submerged homes in Beaumont, Texas.
Former Arizona Rep. Gabby Giffords, who was shot at a town hall in 2011, sent warm words of encouragement to her colleague Steve Scalise across the aisle after he was shot and wounded at a congressional baseball practice.
Trace Gallagher reports on the tough crowds infiltrating GOP town halls across the nation.
Did President Donald Trump's nominee for treasury secretary really try to kick an old lady out of her house?
Three men, including two migrants from Afghanistan, have been arrested over the alleged three-hour gang rape of a woman in Uppsala, Sweden, that was broadcast on Facebook Live.
A North Carolina school police officer was placed on administrative leave after a video showed him slamming a female student to the ground.
A Muslim teen who claimed she was a harassed by a trio of Trump supporters on a New York City subway train admitted to police she made the whole thing up, Trace Gallagher reported on "The Kelly File" tonight.
Republicans in Washington state are proposing allowing fans to bring legally-owned firearms into sports stadiums.
A Virginia school has temporarily banned "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain and "To Kill A Mockingbird" by Harper Lee.
New details have emerged in the alleged kidnapping and torture of a 34-year-old California mother, who was found badly beaten on Thanksgiving Day after being reported missing on Nov. 2.