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Ed Henry

Biography

Known for the depth and breadth of his coverage, Ed Henry is the Chief White House Correspondent for FOX News. Prior to that, he was Former Senior White House Correspondent for CNN. In 2012 he crossed the country with President Obama as a key part of FOX News Channel’s coverage of the presidential campaign.

In 2008, Ed won the White House Correspondents’ Association’s Merriman Smith Award for excellence in presidential coverage under deadline pressure. Prior to joining the White House unit, he covered Capitol Hill for CNN. As Congressional Correspondent in 2006, he was awarded the prestigious Everett Dirksen Award for Distinguished Reporting of Congress from the National Press Foundation for his coverage throughout 2005.

Ed also reported from the campaign trail for CNN’s “America Votes 2004,” the network’s coverage of the presidential race. Prior to joining CNN in 2004, he served for eight years as Senior Editor and a Columnist for Roll Call, a leading Capitol Hill newspaper. While there, he also served as a Contributing Editor at Washingtonian magazine and as Chief Political Analyst for various radio and television stations in Washington, DC, including C-SPAN.


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Known for the depth and breadth of his coverage, Ed Henry is the Chief White House Correspondent for FOX News and Former Senior White House Correspondent for CNN. In 2012 he crossed the country with President Obama as a key part of FOX News Channel’s coverage of the presidential campaign.

In 2008, Henry won the White House Correspondents’ Association’s Merriman Smith Award for excellence in presidential coverage under deadline pressure. Prior to joining the White House unit, he covered Capitol Hill for CNN. As congressional correspondent in 2006, Henry was awarded the prestigious Everett Dirksen Award for Distinguished Reporting of Congress from the National Press Foundation for his coverage throughout 2005.

During that time, he was on the frontlines of many stories, from breaking the news that Dubai Ports World would not move forward with its plan to take control over more than six U.S. ports to securing an exclusive interview with then Florida Governor Jeb Bush during the final days of Terri Schaivo’s life.

Henry also reported from the campaign trail for CNN’s “America Votes 2004,” the network’s coverage of the presidential race. Prior to joining CNN in 2004, Henry served for eight years as senior editor and a columnist for Roll Call, a leading Capitol Hill newspaper. While at Roll Call, he also served as a contributing editor at Washingtonian magazine and as chief political analyst for various radio and television stations in Washington, DC, including C-SPAN.