The Department of Homeland Security defended Border Patrol agents' use of tear gas at the southern border Tuesday as dozens of migrants tried to breach the border fence in Tijuana.
Jon Scott is the host of "Fox Report Weekend" on Fox News Channel, Saturday at 7:00pm ET and Sunday at 6:00pm ET. He previously hosted the weekday morning show "Happening Now" on Fox News Channel.
Scott is part of the original anchor team at Fox News Channel, having joined two months prior to its launch. He is perhaps best known to viewers for his handling of the events of Sept. 11, 2001, when he anchored the network's coverage from the opening minutes after the attack on the World Trade Center. For more than eight hours, his calm, steady reporting helped Fox viewers comprehend the multiple tragedies unfolding live in New York, Virginia and Pennsylvania.
During his tenure at Fox, Jon has gone into the field to cover events ranging from the war in Afghanistan to hurricanes and floods, space shuttle launches and royal weddings.
Jon came to Fox from NBC News where he was a correspondent for Dateline NBC and received an Emmy for news writing. He also served as a reporter for "Inside Edition." He began his career as an anchor and reporter at stations in Miami and Denver.
A father of four, including a West Point graduate who recently returned from Afghanistan, Jon is a frequent speaker at events honoring veterans and our military service personnel. A Colorado native, he graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia. He's a private pilot, an avid outdoorsman, a woodworker and a really bad golfer.
Stories from Jon Scott
House Freedom Caucus member Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said Democrats' insistence against funding the government if the monies entail appropriation for a border wall shows the party would rather stop President Trump's agenda than help the United States.
Every December, Wreaths Across America places wreaths on the graves at Arlington National Cemetery and other veterans cemeteries.
On "America's Newsroom," former Vice President Dan Quayle and shared his favorite anecdote about former President George H.W. Bush, who died Friday.
Newt Gingrich appeared on "America's Newsroom" Friday to weigh in on a variety of topics, including Democrats' plans to launch investigations of President Trump and his administration when the party takes control of the House in January.
The parents of a man who was stabbed to death while vacationing in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, are searching for answers and calling for the FBI to get involved in the investigation.
Sen. Lindsey Graham said the relationship between the Untied States and Saudi Arabia would be "destroyed" if the Saudi government was involved in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Mike Huckabee on Thursday called in to "America's Newsroom" from his home in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, where he rode out Hurricane Michael.
First Lady Melania Trump said Thursday she sees herself as one of the "most bullied" people in the world and cautioned that there are untrustworthy people working for her husband.
Fox Business Network correspondent Jeff Flock braved the fierce winds and driving rain of Hurricane Michael in Panama City Beach, Florida on Wednesday.
U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley resigned from her position on Tuesday morning, Fox News reported.
President Trump on Monday blasted Democrats for their "atrocious" behavior throughout Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation process.