Tyrus ripped razor manufacturer Gillette for an ad targeting men and "toxic masculinity" while warning of the dangers of sexual harassment and the like.
Martha MacCallum currently serves as the anchor of The Story With Martha MacCallum (weeknights 7PM/ET). She joined FOX News Channel (FNC) in January 2004 and is based in New York.
As the anchor of "The Story," MacCallum focuses on the stories that are most important to Americans with insight from top newsmakers and analysts. She previously anchored "The First 100 Days," which chronicled the beginning of President Donald Trump’s administration and, prior to joining the primetime lineup, she served as co-anchor of "America’s Newsroom" (weekdays 9-11AM/ET) alongside Bill Hemmer from 2010 to 2017.
During her tenure at FNC, MacCallum has played an integral role during the network’s presidential election coverage since 2004 as the lead reporter on exit poll data and key voting trends on primary nights. Most recently, she co-anchored extensive coverage of President Donald Trump’s inauguration alongside chief political anchor Bret Baier, which delivered the highest-rated inauguration coverage in network history, according to Nielsen. Throughout the 2016 election season, MacCallum co-moderated two Republican presidential primary debates alongside Bill Hemmer in Des Moines, IA and Cleveland, OH with the latter delivering 6.1 million total viewers and 1.2 million viewers in the 25-54 key demo and contributed to the network’s election night coverage during America’s Election Headquarterson November 8th, 2016 which garnered the network its highest-rated election night in history, averaging nearly 13 million viewers and 5 million in the key 25-54 demo from 8PM –3AM/ET.
MacCallum has also reported on a variety of nationaland international events for the network including the threat of ISIS, and the shooting of civilian Michael Brown by a police officer in Ferguson, MO. She has served as FNC’s lead anchor in London to report on the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's first child in 2013, as well as the Royal Wedding in 2011. Additionally, MacCallum has interviewed top newsmakers and political heavyweights, including: President Donald Trump, General David Petraeus, then-Republican presidential candidates Senator John McCain and Gov. Mitt Romney, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, former chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee Debbie Wasserman Schultz, White House press secretary Josh Earnest and former First Lady Laura Bush.
Before FNC, MacCallum held a variety of positions at NBC from 1997 to 2003. She was co-anchor of CNBC’s Morning Call with Martha MacCallum and Ted David and was the anchor of CNBC’s Checkpoint, an evening news program focusing on the war against terror and the Iraq war. A frequent contributor to MSNBC’s The News with Brian Williams, NBC’s Today, NBC affiliates and CNBC World, MacCallum also created the series Inside the Business for Business Center. In 1997 and 2003, MacCallum was the recipient of the American Women in Radio and Television award for her reporting.
Before joining CNBC, MacCallum was an anchor and reporter for WBIS-TV (ION-31), a sports and business network in New York in 1996. Prior to that, she was a business correspondent at Wall Street Journal Television where sheanchored The Wall Street Journal Report, World Market Outlookand Business USAfrom 1991-1996. She began her career as a reporter for Corporate Financemagazine.
MacCallum earned a B.A. in political science from St. Lawrence University.
Stories from Martha MacCallum
Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska blasted left-wing groups for attacking Second Lady Karen Pence's decision to resume her teaching career at a Christian school in Washington.
Rep. Deborah Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.), the former head of the Democratic National Committee, blasted President Trump and his demand for a border wall, claiming America "do[es] not have a border crisis."
Fox News senior analyst Brit Hume criticized Iowa Rep. Steve King (R) for asking how "white nationalism, white supremacist, [and] western civilization" became offensive terms, but warned journalists against throwing around the term "racist" with "abandon."
Rep. Dan Crenshaw questioned Monday whether the trip to Puerto Rico by congressional Democrats was a good decision amid the deadlock on border security.
A woman who survived a 2002 kidnapping joined Martha MacCallum on "The Story" to react to Jayme Closs, the Wisconsin teenager missing since October, being found alive.
Trump 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale said Thursday that the "number one reason" swing voters are inclined to vote for the New York Republican in 2020 is because of his crusade in favor of strengthened border security and construction of a wall.
Gen. Jack Keane [Ret.] said Secretary of State Mike Pompeo wanted to "clearly... draw the contrast" between the Trump administration and President Obama during his speech in Cairo this week.
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Democrats are obstructing President Trump's national security agenda as the government remains partially closed because they do not like the New York Republican.
The brother of a police officer who was fatally shot after stopping an illegal immigrant suspected of drunken driving called for stricter immigration laws Wednesday.
Former Bush speechwriter Marc Thiessen warned New York City residents of "skyrocketing" public costs after Mayor Bill de Blasio announced his plan to insure all residents for free, regardless of immigration status.
Former Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) addressed a recent claim by Sen. Elizabeth Warren that he retired from Congress in order to collect a "fat lobbyist paycheck."