Major Garrett is National Journal Correspondent-at-Large and Chief White House Correspondent for CBS News. Prior to National Journal, Garrett reported for Fox News, where he was the Chief White House Correspondent. During his eight years at Fox, Garrett also covered Congress, two presidential elections, the war in Iraq and many other issues of national importance.
Before joining Fox News, Garrett was a White House correspondent for CNN, covering Presidents Bush and Clinton. Prior to that he was a senior editor and congressional correspondent for U.S. News and World Report, where he reported on Congress and the impeachment of President Clinton. From 1990-1995, he was a congressional reporter for The Washington Times, and from 1995-1997, he was the newspaper's deputy national editor. Earlier in his career Garrett was a reporter for The Houston Post, Las Vegas Review-Journal and the Amarillo Globe-News.
Garrett's also authored three books. His third, The Enduring Revolution (2005), was recently voted one of the best non-fiction political books of all time by readers of Chris Cillizza's Washington Post "The Fix" blog.
Garrett also gives paid speeches about American politics and policy, occasionally to advocacy groups including the American Public Transportation Association, the American Land Title Association, the California Chamber of Commerce and the American Medical Association.