Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse blasted President Donald Trump after he tweeted that "tariffs are the greatest" and floated a multi-billion-dollar aid package to farmers affected by retaliatory tariffs from China and elsewhere.
Casey Stegall joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in 2007 and currently serves as a correspondent based in the Dallas bureau. He previously served as a Los Angeles-based correspondent.
Prior to joining FNC, Stegall served as a reporter and a substitute anchor for KDFW-TV (FOX) in Dallas, TX, where he was responsible for up to 10 live reports per day and coverage of breaking news. Before this, he was a reporter and substitute anchor at KVUE-TV (ABC) in Austin, Texas, covering the city government beat and cultivating sources.
A recipient of several awards, including a 2006 Regional Emmy Award for Best Live Reporting in Dallas, TX Stegall started his broadcast journalism career in 2000 as a reporter for WTVW-TV (FOX) in Evansville, IN.
He graduated from Ball State University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Telecommunications, specializing in television news.
Stories from Casey Stegall
A fourth explosion rocked a neighborhood in Austin, Texas, injuring two people Sunday night.
Authorities in Arkansas want access to an Amazon Echo device as they investigate a murder.
There are new security concerns along the Mexican border, as officials say the illegal immigration problem is growing worse.
A Louisiana newspaper called on President Obama to cut short his summer vacation in Martha's Vineyard and visit the flood-ravaged areas in and around Baton Rouge.
Eyewitness cellphone videos show the deadly confrontation between Baton Rouge police officers and 37-year-old Alton Sterling.
Casey Stegall reported the latest developments on "America's Newsroom" this morning amid concerns that ISIS could infiltrate the United States via the Mexican border.
During a press conference Thursday, the lead prosecutor investigating the death of a black woman in a Texas jail cell said that medical examiners ruled the death a suicide by hanging.
Newly released dash cam video shows a Texas state trooper drawing his stun gun and threatening to “light up” a black woman during a routine traffic stop.
A second healthcare worker at the Dallas hospital where Ebola patient Thomas Duncan was treated has tested positive for the virus, Texas health officials say.
Four people who had been quarantined in the apartment they shared with an Ebola patient have been moved to a private, gated residence in an area away from other homes.
Scientists in Oklahoma are designing drones that could be used to predict tornadoes. Loaded with high-tech gear, these drones could potentially save lives by improving warning times.