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Fox News Signs Mollie Hemingway As A Contributor

Fox News has added The Federalist’s Mollie Hemingway to its roster of contributors.


Mollie Hemingway, a Senior Editor at The Federalist (, has joined FOX News Channel (FNC) as a contributor. The news was announced by Fox News on Sunday morning.

Hemingway will continue to provide her unique brand of political analysis and media criticism on FNC daytime and primetime programs, including Special Report With Bret Baier, MediaBuzz with Howard Kurtz, Tucker Carlson Tonight, and other Fox programs.

“We offer congratulations to Mollie, who’s been a key part of our team at The Federalist, on her new role at FOX News,” said Federalist publisher Ben Domenech. “Our only regret is that we won’t be able to enjoy watching her smack around the nice folks on CNN and MSNBC.”

“Mollie has one of the sharpest minds, and strongest spines, in politics,” added Federalist co-founder Sean Davis. “Her fearlessness and willingness to speak the truth, regardless of who it offends, will be a huge asset both to Fox News and its audience.”

A longtime journalist, Hemingway’s work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the Los Angeles Times, the Guardian, the Washington Post, CNN, National Review, GetReligion, Ricochet, Christianity Today, Federal Times, Radio & Records and many other publications. Mollie was a 2004 recipient of a Phillips Foundation Journalism Fellowship.

The Federalist, co-founded by Domenech and Sean Davis, is one of the fastest growing web magazines in the country. The full time staff now includes contributors to FOX News (Hemingway), CBS News (Domenech), and CNN (Mary Katharine Ham). The site’s roster of daily newsletters has grown to feature multiple subscription products, including THE TRANSOM for political insiders, INBOUND for national security insiders, and BRIGHT, featuring the pop culture perspectives of five center-right women. And The Federalist Radio Hour, the magazine’s podcast, has more than 40,000 daily subscribers and is one of the top news and politics podcasts on iTunes.