TV journalist and anchor known for work with MSNBC as the host of Caught on Camera. She also worked for NBC News, where she served as an anchor at WNBC.
She attended Syracuse University, where she received a degree in broadcast journalism from the SI Newhouse School of Public Communications.
She spent time in the mid-2000s working on the radio show Imus in the Morning, but left after conflicts with host Dan Abrams.
She and her husband had twin boys in 2013.
Over the course of her career, she's interviewed various politicians, including Mo Brooks.