This weekend's "Greg Gutfeld Show" featured a humorous parody ad for an organization that caters to agenda-driven journalists.
Katherine Timpf regularly appears on FNC's The Greg Gutfeld Show (Saturdays at 10PM/ET), having previously served as co-host of "The Fox News Specialists." She joined the network in 2015 as a contributor, appearing regularly on Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network programs.
In addition to her contributor role at FNC, Timpf is a reporter at National Review, where she writes about topics ranging from culture to government overreach -- often using humor, sarcasm and satire. She has a background in standup comedy and has performed in clubs throughout the country.
Previously, Timpf worked as a reporter for Campus Reform in Arlington, VA, a digital editor for The Washington Times and a producer and reporter for Total Traffic Network in Santa Ana, CA. She graduated from Hillsdale College with a B.A. in English.
Stories from Katherine Timpf
A Blockbuster store in Bend, Oregon, became the world’s last outpost of the once-booming video rental chain earlier this month after a store in Australia shut its doors.
This week's "Greg Gutfeld Show" featured a hilarious parody ad for a seminar for liberal journalists.
The crew on Saturday night's "Greg Gutfeld Show" mocked the pandering nature of Democrats who have announced their candidacies for the 2020 presidential election.
The "Outnumbered" panel on Thursday panned Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Green New Deal.
Greg Gutfeld aired a faux promotional video Saturday for a school that teaches politicians how to act like normal, everyday people.
Tyrus weighed in Friday on "Outnumbered" on a new AP piece that lays out how President Trump has "changed Washington" and "defied convention" in his first two years in office.
This week on "The Greg Gutfeld Show," Greg Gutfeld presented a WWE-style promo for Bill and Hillary Clinton's speaking tour.
The panel on Saturday night's Greg Gutfeld Show shared their takes on President Trump's address at last week's United Nations General Assembly.
After The New York Times published an op-ed allegedly written by an anonymous senior Trump official, The Greg Gutfeld Show came up with some honest testimonials from "candidates" whose party platform is all about airing their dirty laundry.
The panel on Saturday night's "Greg Gutfeld Show" will discuss the recent change to Nabisco's iconic animal crackers box.
"The Greg Gutfeld Show" presented its media recruitment video in response to an op-ed that compared the respect given to soldiers to what's given to the media.