Laurie Dhue

Veteran broadcast journalist Laurie Dhue provides current events commentary on Fox News Channel, HLN, TruTV and WPIX in NYC and hosts broadcasts for major pharmaceutical companies.

Dhue is the only anchor to have hosted shows on the three primary cable news networks: CNN, MSNBC and Fox News Channel.  Most recently, Dhue spent nearly eight years as an anchor on Fox News. She hosted the highly-rated "Fox Report" weekend edition and appeared weekly on the number-one cable program, "The O'Reilly Factor." She also reported for "Geraldo at Large," "On the Record with Greta Van Susteren," and “The Fox Report with Shepard Smith."

During her tenure at Fox News, Dhue reported extensively from the Middle East, including Jordan, Israel, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Dhue also served as the voice of the official Fox News Radio launch in 2004 and anchored evening news updates for several years.

Before joining Fox News Channel, Dhue hosted several shows on MSNBC and served as substitute news anchor on NBC's "Weekend Today Show." Dhue began her broadcasting career at CNN, working her way from entry-level to anchor in just six years, becoming one of the youngest full-time anchors in the network's history. Her shows included “CNN Saturday” and “CNN Sunday.”

In her 20-year career, Dhue has interviewed countless international leaders, from former Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger and James Baker to former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, as well as politicians, celebrities and newsmakers, from Vice President Joe Biden and Senator John McCain to Martha Stewart and Donald Trump.

Dhue has moderated discussions on a wide variety of topics, both foreign and domestic, including a panel at the United Nations. She has given speeches at numerous symposia and universities, including The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and The University of Michigan. During her television career, Dhue represented networks at media and promotional events, serving as the face of Fox News, MSNBC and CNN.

Dhue is a proud board member of the National Youth Recovery Foundation, a nonprofit  dedicated to helping troubled teens and their families address alcohol and drug addiction issues and SLAM, Sober Learning and Motivation, a nonprofit whose goal is to establish a sober high school in New York City.

Dhue hails from Atlanta. She received her bachelor's degree in Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She was an Academic All-American, a member of the Varsity Swimming team and a member of The Loreleis, an a capella singing group.