Ed Henry

Anchor Ed Henry invited the newly-elected New York representative to come on Fox to speak.
Watch a “Fox & Friends” host get an embarrassing fact-check live on live TV.
Pete Hegseth's claims about the economy were corrected in real-time on "Fox and Friends."
Comedian Michelle Wolf is "mean, hateful and vile," Ed Henry said.
The report adds to a growing mountain of ethical issues dogging Pruitt’s tenure.
Scott Pruitt probably thought he’d get an easy ride in a Fox News interview. But Trump’s embattled EPA Chief was pummeled on the conservative network as his scandals mount.
Henry didn't hesitate to ask about the reports during a White House press briefing Monday, but Earnest had little to say
But when pressed on whether he "feels bad" about the suggestion that voter stupidity helped pass the bill, Earnest ultimately
Fox News reporter, Ed Henry, hounds White House Press Secretary, Josh Earnest
Carney then refused to get into further 2016 talk, unless Henry wanted to talk about the Republican picture. Carney described
Fox News' Ed Henry addressed his sudden exit from a Friday White House press briefing in a Monday interview.
"That hasn't happened before, ever," Henry said, adding later that the "professional thing" for Carney to do would have been
Fox News correspondent Ed Henry walked out of a White House press briefing after being repeatedly ignored by spokesman Jay Carney on Friday.
Fox News correspondent Ed Henry walked out of a White House press briefing after being repeatedly ignored by spokesman Jay
Lawrence O'Donnell introduced a new feature called "Pinheads and White House Correspondents" on Thursday's "Last Word." "There
"Does everybody here agree that we can ask questions and answer them?" Carney said. "You're not even letting me answer the
Henry was asking Carney about Susan Rice, who was named President Obama's new national security adviser and who got into
Henry has clashed with Obama and White House press secretary Jay Carney in the past. Obama once said in response to a question
This year's White House Correspondents' Dinner opened with one of D.C.'s most notorious politicians -- Rep. Frank Underwood
(h/t Politico's Mackenzie Weinger) This is just the latest example of the ongoing struggle between the White House press