In The News
Politico | December 2009
When Fox News executives went looking to replace Brit Hume last year, they had to find someone to take over for their franchise newsman, the staid and steady Washington hand whose arrival in 1996 had conferred instant legitimacy on the upstart network.
Golfweek | July 2009
When you’re the anchor of cable television’s top-rated news show, you never stop scrambling to stay ahead of the competition – even if you’re chasing pars rather than stories.
Huffington Post | June 2009
Anchor of Fox News’ “Special Report” Bret Baier appeared with his wife Amy and their miracle baby Paul on the “Today” show Monday morning for an interview with Ann Curry about Paul’s congenital heart defects.
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.