Conor Powell joined FOX News Channel (FNC) in 2009 and serves as a Jerusalem-based foreign correspondent.
Most recently in 2014, Powell reported live from Gaza City to cover the Israel/Gaza conflict. He has also provided live coverage from Jerusalem on the attack in Syria, as well as from Tahrir Square, where he reported on the civil uprisings and the removal of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi. From 2009-2012, he covered the ongoing tensions in the Middle East, and the War in Afghanistan from the nation's capital, Kabul.
Prior to joining FNC, Powell was a reporter for WJLA-TV (ABC 8) in Washington, D.C., where he covered Congress and the 2008 Presidential election. He began his career at KNDO-TV (NBC 23) in Yakima, WA, and reported on a wide range of stories such as immigration, and local and state elections, including the 2006 Senate race between business executive Mike McGavick and Sen. Maria Cantwell.
Powell graduated from the Virginia Military Institute with a B.A. in international studies and received an M.A. in social and political science from Cambridge University in England.