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Perry Chiaramonte

Perry Chiaramonte is a reporter for,  covering a wide range of issues including national policy, criminal justice, and foreign affairs. Before joining Fox News in 2011, Chiaramonte spent a decade at the New York Post, working out of the newspaper’s NYPD bureau as a night-side crime reporter and later serving as a national correspondent, traveling throughout the U.S. to cover breaking and investigative news.

Over the past four years at, Chiaramonte has reported extensively on religious persecution in the Middle East, including the plight of Christian pastors Youcef Nadarkhani and Saeed Abedini, who were both falsely accused of apostasy in Iran. Chiaramonte also reported on the struggle of Iraq’s Yazidi population, which has been driven from their home by the Islamic State.

Ten Things I Can’t Do Without (in no particular order)

  1. Coffee
  2. Netflix
  3. Spotify
  4. Traveling and road trips
  5. Notebooks and pens
  6. Live music
  7. Good food
  8. Good friends
  9. Good reads
  10. Mindfulness

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