When Bream was 17 years old, she enrolled at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. She won the Miss Virginia pageant in 1990 while still a student. She later competed in the Miss America pageant in 1991. The scholarship she received paid for the majority of her education expenses.

Bream graduated with a magna cum laude in business management from Liberty University in 1993 before moving back to Tallahassee and enrolling at Florida State University’s law school. She worked as a congressional intern for Bill McCollum. Later, McCollum advanced to the position of attorney general of Florida. While a student at Florida State University’s law school, she won Miss Florida USA in 1995 and placed fourth in the Miss America pageant.

Shannon has not left to anywhere. She will not be departing the network anytime soon. She will, however, broadcast an hour later than usual. Fox News @ Night will now start at 12 a.m. EST and last until 1 a.m. EST instead of airing every night at 11 p.m. EST. Since President Biden assumed office in January, Fox News has made a number of programming decisions, the most recent of which is the choice to move Shannon’s show back by an hour.

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