Catherine Herridge Leaves Fox News
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Herridge will be CBS' senior investigative correspondent in Washington, D.C. starting next month.
She is the second-longest serving Fox News reporter to leave the network in October, after anchor Shepard Smith.
JUST IN - Fox News’ Catherine Herridge is joining CBS news as senior investigative correspondent. Herridge is a highly-respected reporter from the hard news side of Fox. She just won an award from the Congressional media of honor society. pic.twitter.com/12IXdbhqID— Hadas Gold (@Hadas_Gold) October 31, 2019
Per CBS News:
"CBS News has always placed a premium on enterprise journalism and powerful investigations," Herridge said in a statement. "I feel privileged to join a team where facts and storytelling will always matter."
Herridge began her career as a London-based correspondent for ABC News before joining Fox News in 1996. At Fox, Herridge covered the intelligence community, the Justice Department and the Department of Homeland Security.
At CBS News, she will report original investigations and cover national security and intelligence matters that impact the country.
"Catherine Herridge is a skilled investigative correspondent who has consistently brought depth and originality to her reporting," said Christopher Isham, vice president and Washington bureau chief for CBS News. "We are very excited that she will be joining the outstanding team at the Washington Bureau."
In a statement, Fox praised Harris for her decades of diligent reporting. The network and its seasoned veteran appear to have parted ways amicably.