Benjamin Hall

Benjamin Hall

Fox News Correspondent

Benjamin Hall currently serves as a correspondent for Fox News Channel (FNC) and also hosts the podcast Searching for Heroes with Benjamin Hall on FOX News Audio. He joined the network in 2015.Read More

In March of 2022, while covering the war in Ukraine, Hall was catastrophically wounded when his team was struck by incoming fire outside Kyiv. Tragically, his colleagues Pierre Zakrzewski and Oleksandra Kuvshynova were killed in the attack. With the help of the nonprofit organization Save Our Allies, Hall was safely evacuated out of the combat zone and into Poland where he was then transported by the United States Military to Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany and then later to the Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas. After more than 30 surgeries, he is currently recovering at home in London with his family. Hall is author of the New York Times bestseller SAVED: A War Reporter’s Mission to Make It Home, (March 2023) which detailed the story of his survival, his dramatic rescue along with his arduous and ongoing recovery. In November 2023, Hall returned to Ukraine for the first time since the 2022 attack to interview President Zelenskyy during which he received the Medal of Merit, Third Class by President Zelenskyy.

Throughout his tenure with the network, Hall has covered numerous breaking news stories, including reporting from the front lines in Ukraine during the Russian invasion, providing coverage in Syria and Iraq during the battle against ISIS and covering wars in Afghanistan and Gaza. He served as a State Department correspondent beginning in 2021 and previously was a foreign correspondent based in London, England. In this capacity, he covered President Biden’s first overseas trip to Europe as well as President Trump’s first overseas trip to Saudi Arabia and was in Singapore for the 2019 summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. He also contributed to the network’s coverage of Prince Harry’s wedding to Meghan Markle as well as Prince Philip’s funeral. He has covered elections in numerous countries, interviewed presidents, prime ministers, foreign ministers, US commanders, ISIS prisoners, and survivors of the genocide against Uyghurs in China.

Additionally, Hall’s breaking news coverage has included reporting on numerous terror attacks, from Paris, to Brussels, Nice, Munich and Istanbul; the Russian poisoning of dissidents, and the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi; the release of US prisoners abroad, the use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime, and negotiations between US and Iran ahead of the nuclear agreement; BLN protests and the origins and fallout of the global pandemic.

Prior to joining FNC, Hall worked as a war correspondent in the Middle East and Africa. He has written for the New York Times, Sunday Times, BBC, The London Times, Agence France-Presse, Playboy and Esquire Magazine. Additionally, he has reported for the British TV stations ITN and Channel 4, and has embedded with rebel and regime troops alike, often reporting from behind enemy lines in Libya, Syria, Iraq, Somalia, as well as Egypt, Haiti, and Iran.

Hall is the author of the book entitled, "Inside ISIS, The Brutal Rise of a Terrorist Army," published by Center Street of Hachette Book Group in 2015. He studied at Duke University and received a BA from Richmond American University in London as well as a post graduate diploma in television journalism from the University of the Arts London. Hall is a citizen of both the United States and the United Kingdom. In 2022, he was an honorary recipient of the Foreign Press Awards from The Association of Foreign Press Correspondents-USA (AFPC-USA) and was also recognized by the European Awards for Investigative and Judicial Journalism with the La Presidenza Journalism Prize.