Megyn Kelly is currently co-anchor of the daytime news program "America’s Newsroom," (9 a.m.-11 a.m. ET). She is based in New York City and joined FNC in 2004.
Prior to her new role, Kelly served as a general assignment reporter and legal analyst based in Washington as well as hosting a weekly segment called "Kendall’s Court," for the program "Weekend Live." She provided extensive coverage of the confirmation hearings for the nomination of Samuel A. Alito Jr., and also reported on the retirement of Justice Sandra Day O’Connor from the U.S. Supreme Court and the indictment of Scooter Libby.
Before joining FNC, Kelly served as a legal and general assignment reporter for ABC News affiliate WJLA-TV in Washington. During her tenure at WJLA, Kelly covered national and local cases of interest as well as legal issues, including the rape shield law, Megan’s Law, and the juvenile death penalty. Previously, Kelly practiced law as corporate litigator.
Kelly earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Syracuse University, and a J.D. from Albany Law School, where she also served as editor of the Albany Law Review.