All Biographies
Ed Henry

Ed Henry

Edward Henry, who is popular as Ed Henry is a senior White House correspondent for FOX News Channel and a broadcast journalist from America. He is based in the network’s Washington D.C bureau, which he joined, in 2011. Throughout his career, he covered almost all major news from around the world. His birth is of New York and now lives in Chevy Chase, Maryland. Henry graduated from Sienna College, New York in English. Soon after his graduation, he started working with Jack Anderson, a noted columnist. Later, he became a political analyst for two local radio shows in Washington D.C named, WMAL Morning News and The Chris Core Show. He is married to Shirley Hung and does not have children yet.

Peter Bergen

Peter Bergen

Peter Bergen was born in America and he is in web, television and print journalist. He is also a documentary producer and the author and editor of different books. Three of them had been the best seller in New York Times and three of which become the best seller non-fiction books for a year under Washington Post. The books were translated into twenty languages. The documentaries that were based on the books were nominated for the two Emmy awards and they also won the Emmy for the best documentary for the year 2013.

Jenny Harrison

Jenny Harrison

Jenny Harrison was born in the year 1972 in the town of Stratford upon Avon which is located in the center of the United Kingdom Too few facts are known about her childhood and personal life in general

Peter Johnson

Peter Johnson

Peter Johnson is a trial lawyer and he has worked by many mayors of New York City He also works on Fox News Channels as an analyst of media culture and law He has pages on both facebook and twitter

Dale Russell

Dale Russell

Dale Russell was born on January 19, 1955, which was a Wednesday at Warwick Parish of Bermuda area. He has reached the age of 61 and still alive. He is a former soccer player who has participated in the North American Soccer League and the Major Indoor Soccer League. He had also earned one cap with the national team of United States. Dale Russell attended Philadelphia Textile where he participated in the men’s soccer team for the duration of three years, from 1973 to 1976. He holds the record of four-time All-American, second team as a freshman and also the first team during his next three periods.

Andrew Napolitano

Andrew Napolitano

Andrew is a famous American Judicial Analyst. He also worked as a teacher and at the same time, he wrote many books related to law and conspiracy theories. He also wrote books like Suicide Pact and Lies the Government Told You.