Mike Sacks Biography
Mike Sacks is an American general assignment reporter for Fox 5 News. His reporting is based more on the city, state, and national politics, along with major legal cases making headlines.
Sacks also provide reports, legal analysis, and commentary on landmark Supreme Court cases, constitutional law, and high profile trials and decisions in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. He also covers day-of-air stories and breaking news.
Mike Sacks Age
Sacks keep his personal life very private. He has not yet disclosed his date of birth, age, or when he celebrates his birthday.
Mike Sacks Family
Mike has not yet disclosed any information regarding his father, mother, and siblings.
Mike Sacks Education
Sacks earned a J.D. from Georgetown Law and a B.A. from Duke University. He is also a member of the D.C. and Pennsylvania bars. While he was in law school, he worked for NPR’s Legal Affairs Correspondent Nina Totenberg and ABC News’s Law & Justice Unit and created a blog, First One @ One First. The blog chronicles his camping out on the Supreme Court sidewalk to gain access to court sessions. There is also writing reports on those he met outside the court, and then posting analysis of the arguments he observed in the courtroom.
Mike Sacks Wife
Sacks is married to Samm Sacks and together they have two sons.
Mike Sacks Fox 5
In March 2018, Sacks joined Fox 5 New York as a political reporter and legal analyst covering the intersection of law and politics at the national, state, and city levels. His work in reporting and commentary has been featured across print and broadcast outlets, including the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, NPR, CNN, MSNBC, Sirius/XM, and the Christian Science Monitor.
His fellow Fox 5 News team include;
Dr. Devi Nampiaparampil
Mike Sacks Career
Prior to joining Fox 5, Sacks came from Washington, D.C. where he was the National Political Correspondent for Scripps-owned local news stations around the country. Mike reported for he Now, a daily news program that aired in a dozen markets and hosted The Race. The Race was an Emmy-nominated weekend show airing in 20 markets that charted the weekly ups and downs of the 2016 presidential campaign.
He was on location for the Republican and Democratic National Conventions and the presidential debates while at Scripps. Sacks covered all three branches of the federal government, personally pressed President Trump on one of his frequently-spoken falsehoods. He also co-anchored “America Under Fire,” a half-hour special on mass shootings in the United States.
Prior to working with Scripps, Sacks was the National Law Journal’s Congressional Correspondent. There, he covered Judge Merrick Garland’s ill-fated nomination to the late Justice Antonin Scalia’s Supreme Court seat. He also covered Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s nomination and successful confirmation, and issues ranging from criminal justice reform to patent policy. Before coming to the National Law Journal, he was the Huffington Post’s first Supreme Court Correspondent.
He had also become one of the Huffington Post’s streaming network, HuffPost Live. Sacks covered the historic constitutional challenges to the Affordable Care Act and the federal Defense of Marriage Act. He also hosted hundreds of segments with prominent figures in politics, law, and culture.
Mike Sacks Salary
Through his incredible work, Sacks has made a name in the commentary of politics and law issues. However, his salary is not yet disclosed.