President Trump mocked the Paris Climate Accord he rejected earlier this year in a tweet highlighting the chilly temperatures in his home region.
Rich Edson currently serves as a Washington, DC-based correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC). He joined the FOX Business Network (FBN) as a Washington correspondent in October 2007 and transitioned to FNC in 2015.
During his tenure at FBN and FNC, he has provided coverage of every major election, the U.S. debt ceiling crises of 2013 and 2011 and the executive bonus protections inserted into the 2009 stimulus law. He has also broken details on the U.S. auto bailout, congressional spending and the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme.
Before joining FBN, Edson covered city and county governments for WJCL-TV (FOX 28) in Savannah, GA. He also covered sports and general assignments for 2 News in Allentown, Pa.
Edson graduated from Rutgers College and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He grew up in North Jersey and lives in the DC area. In 2010, he won D.C.'s Funniest Journalist standup comedy competition.
Stories from Rich Edson
Rich Edson reported from College Park, Maryland this afternoon, catching up with a group of Donald Trump supporters who are heading from Georgia to D.C. in a fleet of "Make America Great Again" buses and RVs.
Rich Edson kicked off a new 15-part series on "Special Report" that focuses on the first 100 days of the Trump administration.
Voters in Minnesota and Wisconsin have the option of changing their vote if they cast their ballots early or as absentees.
The number of veterans on waiting lists for health care is now 50 percent higher than it was at the height of last year's VA scandal, according to a New York Times report.