James Rosen Joins Newsmax As Chief White House Correspondent

Newsmax announced today that veteran Washington reporter James Rosen will join the network as Chief White House Correspondent. As a top correspondent at Fox News and the Sinclair Broadcast Group over the last two decades, Rosen has reported from the White House, the State Department, Capitol Hill, the Supreme Court, the Pentagon, and the campaign trail. He has filed […]

Pelosi Blasts Sinclair Reporter Over ‘Hate’ Question

Sinclair Hires Reporter Ousted By Fox News After Sexual Harassment Accusations

Sources: Harrassment Led To Rosen’s Exit

On the Friday before Christmas, Fox News confirmed that its chief Washington correspondent, James Rosen, had left the network after 18 years. The network cited no reason for Rosen’s exit and did not announce it on the air. According to Rosen’s former colleagues, however, he had an established pattern of flirting aggressively with many peers and had made sexual advances toward three female Fox News journalists, including two reporters and a producer.

James Rosen Leaving Fox News Channel

Fox Reporter Confronts State Dept. On Iran Denial


Rosen May Not Have Been Only DOJ Target

The Obama Justice Department seized the phone records of numbers that are associated with White House staffers and, apparently, with Fox News reporters, according to a document filed in the case of Stephen Jin-Woo Kim. Kim is a former State Department contractor accused of violating the Espionage Act for allegedly leaking classified information to James Rosen, a Fox News reporter. The U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia has seized records associated with two phone numbers at the White House, at least five numbers associated with Fox News, and one that has the same area code and exchange as Rosen’s personal-cell-phone number.

DOJ Tracked Fox Reporter In Leak Probe

When the Justice Department began investigating possible leaks of classified information about North Korea in 2009, investigators did more than obtain telephone records of a working journalist suspected of receiving the secret material. They used security badge access records to track Fox chief Washington correspondent James Rosen’s comings and goings from the State Department, according to a newly obtained court affidavit.