A Louisiana man created a makeshift dam to protect his home from a second straight year of flood damage.
Leland Vittert currently serves as a correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC) based in Washington, D.C., and co-anchor of America’s News Headquarters (Saturdays at 12PM/ET, Sundays at 1PM/ET). Vittert joined the network in 2010.
Most recently in September 2017, Vittert presented an exclusive interview with then-Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price, where Price made news that he would halt taxpayer-funded travel on private jets until an internal review was completed.
Throughout his tenure, Vittert has reported live on top stories including the death of unarmed adult Freddie Gray and the protests that followed in Baltimore, MD. Previously, as a foreign correspondent for the network based in Jerusalem, he covered top international stories including the mall shooting in Nairobi, Kenya, the Ghouta chemical attack in Syria in 2013 and the massive unrest and violent protests from Cairo, Egypt and Benghazi, Libya. Additionally, he reported live on the on-going tension in the Middle East from the southwestern region in Israel and Jerusalem.
Prior to joining FNC, Vittert anchored the weekend news at KDVR-TV (FOX 31) in Denver, CO and was a reporter for WFTV-TV (ABC 9) in Orlando, FL. He also worked at other national news stations, including KATV-TV (ABC 7) in Little Rock, AR, KNWA-TV (NBC 50) in Fayetteville, AR, and WMTV-TV (NBC 15) in Madison, WI. He began his reporting career as an intern at KTVI-TV (FOX 2) in St. Louis, MO.
The recipient of an Emmy nomination in 2006 for his coverage of Officer Bishop's clearing in Orlando, FL, Vittert graduated from Northwestern University with a B.A. in broadcast journalism and spent a year abroad at the London School of Economics.
Stories from Leland Vittert
Congressman Blake Farenthold (R-TX) drove around visiting people and described his devastated surroundings Saturday after Hurricane Harvey swept his district.
Some students are claiming USC's longtime mascot, a white horse, is a racist symbol.
On "America's Newsroom" today, Rep. Sean Duffy (R-WI) said that the Republican Party must come together behind President Trump and his agenda.
Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch is denying reports she assured the Clinton campaign that the FBI's email server investigation would not go too far.
"Morning Joe" was at it again this morning, lambasting President Trump for his comments in Poland on Russian election meddling.
Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton called for Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation to be shut down.
Leland Vittert challenged Chris Christie's spokesman on why the New Jersey governor went to a beach that is closed to the public due to a state government shutdown.
A Washington, D.C.-area flag manufacturer said many of the people who purchase his American flags tend to ask whether they are made in the U.S.A.
President Trump lauded the opening of the nation's first new coal mine in recent memory.
President Trump took a detour during his trip to Arlington National Cemetery in order to visit the graves of those Americans lost in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The former director of strategy for previous British Prime Minister David Cameron recalled that President Obama was "furious" with the British for not paying their dues to NATO.