John Gibson hosts "The John Gibson Show," a nationally syndicated radio program that provides top news coverage and features interviews with leading newsmakers. He joined FOX News in September of 2000 and previously hosted "The Big Story With John Gibson." Prior to joining FNC, Gibson was at MSNBC hosting the network's news talk programs, including "Newschat" and "Internight." He also served as substitute anchor for CNBC's "Rivera Live." Preceding the existence of MSNBC, Gibson hosted a news program for "America's Talking." Before his stint at "America's Talking," Gibson was a West Coast correspondent for NBC News Channel, where he supplied NBC affiliates with live reports on various breaking news events. Gibson also served as an NBC News correspondent based in California, where he provided extensive coverage of key news events, including the O.J. Simpson criminal trial, America's involvement in Mogadishu, Somalia and the invasion of the Branch Davidian Compound in Waco, Texas. Gibson is also the author of The New York Times bestseller "Hating America" and "The War on Christmas."