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Parents | June 2009
Bret Baier’s life as a father changed when his first son, Paul, was born with five congenital heart defects a few years ago. The Fox News anchor of Special Report with Bret Baier talks to Parents.com to promote awareness of a common (but rarely detected) birth defect and how he balances parenthood with raising a toddler who has congenital heart disease.
NewsOK | June 2009
Bret Baier has seen a lot in his career as a journalist: war, politics, scandal. He covered the Pentagon for five years and has traveled to Iraq 13 times and Afghanistan 11 times, experiencing the personal sacrifices of war.
YouTube | June 2009
Bret Baier with his wife and son went on the Today Show today to discuss his son’s congenital heart defects.
YouTube | February 2009
People | February 2009
Bret Baier’s Son Paul Needed Two Open-Heart Surgeries Before He Was 1. the Fox News Anchor Talks About Pulling Through a Terrifying Year
The Washington Post | January 2009
Bret Baier, who took over Fox’s Washington newscast last night, dutifully declares that he will gradually put his own “stamp” on the program.
The Washington Post | August 2008
The day his son was born — June 29, 2007 –was one of the happiest of Bret Baier’s life. One day later, the Fox News White House correspondent discovered that the baby had five life-threatening congenital heart defects.