Arthur Adam Housley is an Emmy, AP, and RTNDA Award–Winning American journalist, former professional baseball player, and current winery owner. He joined Fox News Channel in 2001 as a Los Angeles–based senior correspondent. Politico reported on August 23, 2018, that Housley was leaving Fox News owing to his frustration that hard-news reporting was being de-emphasized in favor of commentary regarding President Donald Trump.
|Born:||Arthur Adam Housley, August 13, 1971, Napa, California, U.S.|
|Alma mater:||Pepperdine University, University of Arizona|
|Occupation:||Senior news correspondent|
About Adam Housley
News correspondent for Fox News who began his career in 2010.
He played baseball professionally and was drafted into the MLB by the Montreal Expos.
He was amongst the first American reporters on scene in Japan to cover the earthquake and tsunami in 2011.
He married actress Tamera Mowry in 2011. He and Tamera have a son named Aden and a daughter named Ariah.
He interviewed President of Nicaragua Daniel Ortega in 2010.
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