Ed Henry

Ed Henry

Co-anchor of 'America's Newsroom'

Ed Henry currently serves as the co-anchor of FOX News Channel's (FNC) America's Newsroom (weekdays 9AM/ET-12PM/ET), alongside Sandra Smith. He joined FNC in June 2011 and is based in New York.Read More

Most recently, Henry served as FNC's chief national correspondent and since November 2019 has anchored an hour of breaking news coverage on both Saturdays and Sundays on America's News HQ (weekends, 12-1PM/ET). In this capacity, Henry regularly conducted exclusive, national headline-generating interviews with various newsmakers, including a two-part sit down with outgoing Energy Secretary Rick Perry, Ranking Member of the House Intelligence Committee Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) and President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani. He has also co-hosted FOX & Friends Weekend (weekends, 6-10AM/ET) for the last two years.

Throughout his tenure, Henry has contributed to the network's major breaking news events and has conducted some of the most groundbreaking interviews with elected officials, including his 2018 interview with then-Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt. The interview was widely praised and recognized by the White House Correspondents Association, which honored Henry with the 2019 Merriman Smith Memorial Award for excellence in presidential news coverage.

In 2018, Henry contributed to FNC's coverage of the U.S. Summit with North Korea in Vietnam, where he anchored the hour-long summit preview live from Hanoi, Vietnam. Previously serving as the network's chief White House correspondent, Henry covered former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential bid, breaking news for his line of questioning about her private server. Additionally, Henry interviewed former President Bill Clinton on Nelson Mandela's legacy after his death in 2013 and former Israeli President Shimon Peres about Iran's nuclear program. Henry served as president of the White House Correspondents' Association from 2012-2013.

The recipient of numerous journalism honors, Henry began his career working as a Senate correspondent at Roll Call for Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jack Anderson and later became a senior editor at the publication. He also served as the chief political analyst for WMAL-AM (ABC) and a contributing editor at Washingtonian Magazine. Prior to joining FNC, Henry was at CNN from 2004-2011 where he served as the network's senior White House correspondent and congressional correspondent. He also served as a political analyst at C-SPAN and WUSA-TV (CBS).

Henry graduated from Siena College with a B.A. in English.