Wolf use to host Wolf Blitzer Reports before he went to the Situation Room in 2005.
Wolf was an American Israel Public Affairs Committee lobbyist before he had a career in media.
Wolf hosts the Sunday talk show, Late Edition.
Wolf worked as a publication editor for the Near East Report.
Wolf moved to Washington D.C. and he became a White House correspondent for the The Jerusalem Post.
Wolf began his career in journalism in the Tel Aviv Bureau of the Reuters news agency in 1972.
Wolf began hosting The Situation Room on August 8th, 2005.
Wolf began hosting the CNN interview program, Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer in 1997.
Wolf earned an Emmy Award when he covered the story about the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995.
Wolf was hired by CNN as a military affairs reporter in 1990.
Wolf wrote two books called "Between Washington and Jerusalem: A Reporter's Notebook" and "Territory of Lies."
Wolf also attended the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and received a M.A. degree in international relations in 1972.
Wolf attended the State University of New York at Buffalo and received a B.A. degree in history.
Wolf is a lifelong member of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity house.
Wolf is married to Lynn Greenfield and has one child.
Wolf is of Polish and German descent.
Wolf graduated from Kenmore West Senior High School.
Wolf was the host of Wolf Blitzer Reports, which debuted in December of 2000, and ended in August 05, 2005.