Harris Faulkner

Harris Faulkner

Harris Faulkner currently serves as anchor of FOX News Channel’s (FNC) Outnumbered Overtime (weekdays 1-2PM/ET) and also co-anchors FNC’s Outnumbered (weekdays 12-1PM/ET). Faulkner joined the network in 2005 as a correspondent and is based in New York.Read More

As the anchor of Outnumbered Overtime, Faulkner presents the top news stories by utilizing the resources of FNC journalists in the field, plus one-on-one interviews with newsmakers and roundtable discussions with the network’s top contributors. On Outnumbered, Faulkner alongside co-anchor Sandra Smith, two rotating female panelist, and “one lucky guy,” examines the top news of the day as well as the leading pop culture and relationship issues dominating the headlines.

Throughout her tenure with the network, Faulkner has covered some of the most prominent news stories and frequently appears as a guest anchor for Shepard Smith Reporting (weekdays 3PM/ET). She provided live coverage during the 2016 presidential election, reporting from the Republican National Convention in Cleveland and the Democratic National Convention from Philadelphia and during the 2012 political season, she anchored FNC’s online political coverage of then-President Barack Obama’s second State of the Union address, as well as the vice presidential debate and election night.

Prior to joining FNC, Faulkner served as correspondent for WNYW-TV’s (FOX 5) A Current Affair and as a substitute host on The Nancy Grace Show on HLN. She also worked for KSTP-TV (ABC 5) and hosted The Harris Faulkner Show on FM107 Radio in Minneapolis, MN. From 1993 to 2000, she served as the primary evening anchor for WDAF-TV (FOX 4) in Kansas City, MO. Faulkner began her television career at WNCT-TV (CBS 9) as an anchor and reporter in Greenville, NC. Faulkner has received six Emmy Awards, including the 2004 Emmy for Best Newscaster and Best News Special. In 1998, she received the Amelia Earhart Pioneering Lifetime Achievement Award for her humanitarian efforts.

Faulkner graduated from The University of California at Santa Barbara with a B.A. in mass communications.