Talk Radio News Service White House correspondent Victoria Jones talks with Gary Baumgarten for the Paltalk News Network about Secretary of State Kerry’s announcement Arab states are willing to join the fight against ISIS, the likelihood of congressional funding and Hillary Clinton sounding like a candidate for president.
Today on “Morning Joe,” co-hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough, seated next to The Huffington Post’s White House correspondent Sam Stein, read from the New York Post article “Palin and kids have a brawl.” The supposedly ‘drunken’...Show More Summary
Talk Radio News Service White House correspondent Victoria Jones speaks with Gary Baumgarten for the Paltalk News Network about John Boehner supporting Pres. Obama on ISIS, the political risks of this mission and what the Arab nations are, or are not doing to help.
Former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney has a new gig: He's joining CNN as a political commentator. Carney, a former journalist who headed Time's D.C. bureau and was a CNN correspondent before joining the Obama administration, left the White House in June. Show More Summary
Tuesday at the White House press briefing, CBS's chief White House correspondent Major Garrett asked press secretary Josh Earnest if on Wednesday in his televised address President Barack Obama is only telling Americans what he has already announced on his strategy for defeating ISIS and why should anyone watch. Show More Summary
During the White House press briefing Tuesday, CBS correspondent Major Garrett questioned Barack Obama‘s chief spokesman on why anyone should bother to watch the president’s upcoming major speech on ISIS.
On her final day as ABC News White House correspondent, White House staff and members of the press corps toasted Ann Compton into retirement, including remarks from press secretary Josh Earnest. On Twitter, McClatchy’s Anita Kumar called...Show More Summary
Monday at the press briefing, CBS's chief White House Correspondent Major Garrett asked press secretary Josh Earnest how President Barack Obama's delay on his executive order to grant amnesty to upwards of 5 million illegal immigrants already living in the Untied States until after the midterm elections in November is not purly politcal. Show More Summary
White Press Secretary Josh Earnest told reporters today President Obama will take action on amnesty before the end of the year but after the November election. Chief White House Correspondent with CBS News Major Garrett blasted Earnest for Obama’s latest … Continue reading ?
Talk Radio News Service White House correspondent Victoria Jones details for Gary Baumgarten for the Paltalk News Network the administration’s three-pronged, three-year-long plan to eradicated ISIS and Congress’ short return to Washington DC before they break again for the mid-term elections.
Freshly-minted Meet The Press moderator Chuck Todd scored a huge exclusive for his debut, and President Obama didn’t disappoint in his one-on-one with the longtime NBC News Chief White House Correspondent. The President covered a wide variety of headline-grabbing topics, but one of the things he said isn’t getting nearly enough attention. In terms of [...]
Barron’s correspondent Emily Bary went to the Fashion Week event in New York hosted by Opening Ceremony, a fashion house that’s partnered with Intel (INTC) to design a consumer wearable smart device called “MICA.” The event didn’t show much of the device, Emily reports. We may hear more when Intel’s guru of smart wearables, Mike Bell, takes the [...]
Talk Radio News Service White House correspondent Victoria Jones speaks with Gary Baumgarten about President Obama’s announcement of a new coalition to fight ISIS and the now-confirmed killing of a top terrorist in Somalia.
Tony Fratto, a former deputy White House press secretary for President George W. Bush, and former NPR correspondent Barbara Bradley Hagerty have been named George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs (SMPA) 2014-15 fellows. Fratto currently serves as managing partner of Hamilton Place Strategies. Show More Summary
Add red hot romance to the list of swag bag intangibles for next year’s White House Correspondents Association dinner. No one should leave the Hilton without it. The annual fete’s latest matchmaker bragging rights? The impossibly beautiful pair, Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello. The new celebrity it couple met for the first time at the dinner in May and […]
On Wednesday’s “Good Morning America” on ABC, network White House correspondent Jon Karl pointed out the mixed messages President Barack Obama has sent in deal with ISIS in that in the same set of remarks he conveyed two different takes on the radical terrorist group. Show More Summary
Talk Radio News Service White House correspondent Victoria Jones talks with Gary Baumgarten about Ukraine, ISIS and mid-term elections.
Mike Majchrowitz, White House correspondent for FOX News Radio, passed away Sunday at the age of 51 after a long battle with cancer. “Mike was an original – a solidly tenacious reporter, a thoughtful anchor and a good man,” said Mitch David, FOX News Radio VP. Show More Summary
On Tuesday’s “New Day” on CNN, Associated Press White House correspondent Julie Pace pointed out that Democrats facing reelection are avoiding President Barack Obama as he has made trips around the country, sometime going to extraordinary lengths to do so. Show More Summary
Mike Majchrowitz, Fox News Radio’s White House Correspondent, died yesterday after a long battle with cancer. He was 51. Majchrowitz joined FNC Radio during its early days in 2005. Called “Mac” by colleagues, he traveled the world covering presidential trips and also anchored FNC Radio’s coverage of elections, conventions, and debates. Show More Summary