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Seasoned anchor of Fox News @ Night and Chief Legal Correspondent for the Fox News Channel, Shannon Bream, lends her expertise on political campaigns, landmark Supreme Court decisions, and Washington scandals.
Shannon Bream is the anchor of Fox News @ Night and Chief Legal Correspondent for the Fox News Channel. She's covered numerous political campaigns, landmark Supreme Court decisions, and Washington scandals.
Prior to landing at Fox News, Shannon worked at local affiliates WFTS (ABC) in Tampa, FL, WBTV (CBS) in Charlotte, NC and WRC-TV (NBC) in Washington, DC.
Before entering the world of media, she was a lawyer specializing in race discrimination and sexual harassment cases. She is a Honors graduate of the Florida State University College of Law and obtained her B.S. in Business Management magna cum laude from Liberty University.
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Bream has covered the ins and outs of DC for 15 years, and has the inside track on what's happening from the White House to Capitol Hill. She's logged endless hours on political campaigns, landmark Supreme Court rulings and Washington scandals. If it's in the headlines, she can fill you in - and offer the scoop on things you've yet to hear about.
Strength Through Adversity
From being fired from her first T.V. job to living with a disease that left her in chronic pain, Bream has leaned on her faith and found hope in the toughest parts of life. No matter the test, there are lessons to be learned and joy to be discovered through life's greatest challenges.
From Presidential Power to Retirement Rumors: What’s happening at the US Supreme Court?
From immigration to taxation, the Court is wading through a busy docket full of headline-making cases this Term. President Trump has already added two Justices to the Court, and soon all nine could be forced to examine the boundaries of his executive power. Will the addition of Justices Gorsuch and Kavanaugh launch a new era of limits on federal agency power? Could a June retirement prompt yet another contentious confirmation battle? Fox News @ Night anchor and Chief Legal Correspondent Shannon Bream shares her insights after more than a decade of covering the nation's highest court.
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