John Stossel Biography
John Stossel, former co-anchor of ABC News' "20/20" who recently moved to Fox News, has developed prime-time specials on myths, parenting issues, sex, and trends in pop culture.
His work has earned him praise such as this from The Dallas Morning News: "The most consistently thought-provoking TV reporter of our time."
Stossel applies this reporting expertise to his weekly newspaper column for Creators Syndicate. Ready to cover topics newspaper readers care about, Stossel pokes fun at the ridiculous and lauds the excellent.
Stossel's book “Give Me a Break” was a New York Times best-seller for 11 weeks. His “Myths, Lies and Downright Stupidity” made the list for 13 weeks.
Stossel, a Princeton University graduate with a bachelor's in psychology, has received 19 Emmy Awards and five honors from the National Press Club for excellence in consumer reporting. Among his other awards are the George Polk Award for Outstanding Local Reporting and the George Foster Peabody Award.