Laura Ingraham is the most popular female radio host in the United States. "The Laura Ingraham Show" is heard on more than 325 stations coast-to-coast. The show is a three-hour rollicking odyssey through the worlds of politics, Hollywood and the media, with Laura's unique brand of analysis lighting the trail. Her regular guests include everyone from Nobel Peace Prize winner Henry Kissinger to Saturday Night Live's Darrell Hammond.
Laura Ingraham is also a bestselling author--her latest book POWER TO THE PEOPLE debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestseller's list. Her other books include, The Hillary Trap: Looking for Power in All the Wrong Places and SHUT UP & SING: How Elites in Hollywood, Politics...and the UN are Subverting America.
Ingraham has also been a member of USATODAY's Board of Contributors, writing frequent columns on politics and the culture. She has also written commentary for The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The New York Times, and the New York Daily News and is currently a contributor on the Fox News Channel and regularly subs for Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity--and is one of the most sought-after political and cultural commentators in the country.
She has appeared regularly on CNN & was the host of her own daily MSNBC program, “Watch It! with Laura Ingraham,” and a political commentator for CBS News; Ingraham has been profiled by The New York Times Magazine, Esquire, TV Guide, Vanity Fair, the Boston Globe Magazine, and the National Law Journal. Laura practiced white-collar criminal defense at Skadden, Arps et al., in Washington, D.C. from 1993-1996. She served as a law clerk to Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas in 1992-93 and was an editor of the law review at the University of Virginia School of Law, from which she graduated in 1991. Ingraham worked as a speechwriter in the Reagan Administration from 1986-1988 at the Departments of Education, Transportation and at the White House in domestic policy. She graduated from Dartmouth College and resides in Washington, D.C.