Politico’s chief White House correspondent Mike Allen, one’s of the publication’s most prominent ambassadors, has been caught committing a serious journalistic faux-pas. On Tuesday, Gawker, which has obtained a bevy of Hillary Clinton...Show More Summary
Few journalists are more thoroughly connected to Washington's power elite than Politico's Chief White House correspondent Mike Allen. But as newly released emails between the veteran reporter and a former State Department official show,...Show More Summary
In emails obtained by Gawker through Freedom of Information Act requests, Politico chief White House correspondent Mike Allen promised to not to ask any difficult questions of former presidential daughter Chelsea Clinton.
The New York Times earned its keep as a foot soldier for the Obama administration as White House correspondent Michael D. Shear offered a piece in Monday’s paper lamenting that many of the President’s foreign trips have been “hijacked” by breaking news stories with the Paris terror attacks “spawn[ing] another distraction” away from Obama’s agenda.
A CNN reporter has been suspended for two weeks after tweeting her two cents about a House bill that would make it harder for Syrian and Iraqi refugees to enter the US. On Thursday, global affairs correspondent Elise Labott tweeted a link to coverage of the bill along with this...
As Susie and I both wrote, CNN Global Affairs Correspondent Elise Labott was suspended for two weeks for tweeting sympathy for refugees after the House vote to make it more difficult for them to come to this country. Maybe Labott should...Show More Summary
Yesterday, CNN suspended correspondent Elise Labott for two weeks over a single sentence. Earlier in the day, Labott had tweeted out a link to a CNN story about a House vote on the Syrian refugee issue, but she made the mistake of spicing the tweet up with a dash of... More »
CNN has suspended a reporter for having the nerve to point out on Twitter that the House vote to put up more barriers keeping Syrian refugees out of this country is shameful. CNN global correspondent Elise Labott’s tweet didn’t single out a political party. Show More Summary
CNN has suspended its global affairs correspondent over a tweet she sent out after the House voted to restrict the admission of Syrian refugees into the country. Elise Labott was suspended by the cable news channel for two weeks after...
CNN suspended global affairs correspondent Elise Labott for two weeks after she tweeted out her disappointment with the House vote on Syrian refugees: House passes bill that could limit Syrian refugees. Statue of Liberty bows head in anguish @CNNPolitics https://t.co/5RvZwVftgD — Elise Labott (@eliselabottcnn) November 19, 2015 The network has tried to hew to the […]
CNN has suspended Elise Labott, a global affairs correspondent at the network, for two weeks following a passionate pro-refugee tweet, a CNN source confirmed to Business Insider. After the House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed legislation on Thursday to stifle the flow of US refugees from Syria and Iraq, Labott slammed the bill. Show More Summary
CNN suspended global affairs correspondent Elise Labott for two weeks over a tweet that followed a House vote affecting Syrian refugees trying to enter this country. Her network reported the House easily passed a bill today that would...Show More Summary
Politico's Hadas Gold revealed on Thursday that CNN suspended correspondent Elise Labott for two weeks, after she decried the 289 to 137 vote on Syrian refugees by the House of Representatives: "House passes bill that could limit Syrian refugees. Statue of Liberty bows head in anguish".
Elise Labott is CNN's Global Affairs correspondent, and she's pretty good at her job. Unfortunately, she slipped while tweeting the terrible news that the House of Representatives bowed before Daesh. House passes bill that could limit Syrian refugees. Show More Summary
GNN's global affairs correspondent tweeted out some critical words for the Republican-led House passing a bill to impose tougher screening measures on refugees.
CNN correspondent Elise Labott bemoaned that the House of Representatives voted to "to intensify security screenings of Syrian refugees and suspend Obama's program to admit 10,000 of them in the next year," as Reuters reported on Thursday. Show More Summary
Richard Engel, NBC News chief foreign correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow about what is known so far about a deadly raid on an apartment housing...
Earlier this week, CNN’s senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta asked President Obama the following question at a press briefing: "A lot of Americans have this frustration that they see the United States has the greatest military in the world, it has the backing of nearly every other country in the world when it comes to taking on ISIS. Show More Summary
Maybe the next NYT bureau chief in Jerusalem should leave the house taken from Palestinians without compensation and live in East Jerusalem? Peter Baker, White House correspondent, is said to be the top candidate for the job.
In a combative exchange that aired on the Tuesday edition of ABC’s World News Tonight, chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl hinted to Republican Senator Ted Cruz (Tex.) that he was “un-American” for suggesting that only Syrian refugees who are Christian should be admitted the United States while a moratorium would be placed on those that are Muslim.