Discover a new way to find and share stories you'll love… Learn about Reading Desk

Trend Results : Political Correspondent

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 1520)


Stump Connolly Reporting In: A Chewy Launch Party

The kick-off rally for Jesus "Chuy" Garcia took place at the Alhambra Palace in the West Loop on Nov. 23, to the tune of "Everyday People." 'Chewy' from Stump Connolly on Vimeo. Stump Connolly, chief political correspondent of The Week...

Podcast: A look ahead at politics in 2015

In the final Talk Radio News Service Washington Report of 2014, Paltalk News Network’s Gary Baumgarten speaks with former congressman and current correspondent Bob Ney about the political year ahead.

Podcast: The political year ahead

In the final Talk Radio News Service Washington Report of 2014, Paltalk News Network's Gary Baumgarten speaks with former congressman and current correspondent Bob Ney about the political year ahead.

Stump Connolly Reporting In: Fioretti's Mid-Court Launch

Back in September, 2nd Ward Ald. Bob Fioretti launched the first serious challenge to Mayor Emanuel in a South Side gymnasium -- with a boatload of consultants on board. Stump Connolly, chief political correspondent of The Week Behind, will be...

Farfax’s Mark Kenny slimes Abbott for not saving us from Monis

Mark Kenny, the Sydney Morning Herald’s chief political correspondent, does not let even this moment go by without indulging

Jerry Brown's Supreme Court Appointment Blasted: 'Mind Blower'

Mark Pulliam, an attorney who covered the California Supreme Court from 1993 to 2003 as the legal issues correspondent for California Political Review, has blasted California Governor Jerry Brown’s selection of Leondra Kruger for the Supreme Court. Show More Summary

Kasie Hunt To Rick Perry: ‘Are You Smart Enough To Be President?’

2 weeks agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlDC

In an interview with Texas governor Rick Perry, MSNBC’s political correspondent, Kasie Hunt, posed a question that many Americans are asking, “are you smart enough to be president?” “Running for the presidency’s not an IQ test. It is a test of an individual’s resolve. Show More Summary

Rick Perry: ‘Running For The Presidency Is Not An IQ Test’

Welcome to the world of low expectations. “Perry’s moving out of the governor’s mansion in January,” when his term ends, says MSNBC political correspondent, “but in the meantime, he’s hosting top donors and supporters here for dinners to give them a sense of what his political future might be.” “I think over the course of [...]

Rick Perry: ‘Running for the Presidency Is Not an IQ Test’

2 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

Eyeing 2016, Texas Governor Rick Perry has entered his third rehabilitation storyline of the past six months, and as part of that rehab MSNBC political correspondent Kasie Hunt asked if Perry was "smart enough" to be president, which is quite the "when did you stop beating you wife" question.

The Insiders: Is Rick Santorum ready?

Rick Santorum has matter-of-factly declared that he is running for president in 2016, telling the Washington Post’s national political correspondent Karen Tumulty that now he “get[s] the game.”  Santorum makes the point that his 2016 run is going to be different – and obviously, it would need to be if he were going to win […]

Mara Liasson: Gruber 'Could Be the Undoing of Obamacare'

NPR National Political Correspondent Mara Liasson said that Jonathan Gruber's comments "could be the undoing of Obamacare" on Tuesday's "Special Report" on the Fox News Channel. "He is just the gift that keeps on giving to opponents of Obamacare. Show More Summary

Mark Leibovich Is Here to Talk Politics, Media, and DC Villainy

Mark Leibovich, a national correspondent for the New York Times Magazine, is one of the few prominent "mainstream" political reporters who does not make you despair for journalism. He's zesty! And he's here now to answer your question on Washington, politics, power, and his new book. Read more...

Candy Crowley Leaving CNN After 27 Years She Represented The ‘Soul Of CNN’ Says Dana Bash

Candy Crowley, CNN’s veteran newswoman is leaving CNN after 27 years, reports Fox News. Crowley, who is the network’s chief political correspondent and the anchor for State of the Union, will leave CNN at the end of the month. Her last appearance will be on December 21, when she hosts State of the Union. Show More Summary

2 Fox News Political Reporters Retired This Week

3 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

Fox News White House Correspondent Wendell Goler and Chief National Correspondent Jim Angle both retired this week, and somehow kept it all a secret from their Fox colleagues until their very last day with the network.

Candy Crowley Leaving CNN

CNN's senior media correspondent Brian Stelter tweeted this morning that network head Jeff Zucker announced that veteran political reporter Candy Crowley is leaving the network after 27 years. Just announced by @CNN's Jeff Zucker: @CNNSOTU...Show More Summary

Candy Crowley to Leave CNN After 27 Years

3 weeks agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlDC

After 27 years at CNN, veteran political correspondent and “State of the Union” host, Candy Crowley, is leaving the network. “[I]t is with mixed emotions, that I wanted to let you know that Candy has let us know that she has made the...Show More Summary

ABC’s Stephanopoulos Gets First Interview With Darren Wilson

ABC’s George Stephanopoulos has apparently landed the first interview with officer Darren Wilson following news that he will not be indicted. The chief anchor and political correspondent for ABC was among many news hosts vying for the...Show More Summary

How ‘Rosewater’ became Jon Stewart’s directorial debut

last monthArts : Art Beat

[Watch Video]Jon Stewart and Maziar Bahari sat down with senior correspondent Jeffrey Brown to discuss their new film, “Rosewater,” and how it all came about. Having delivered pointed political barbs and satire about the media and much more since 1999, Jon Stewart took somewhat of a creative detour two summers ago. Show More Summary

Cecily Strong To Headline White House Correspondents’ Dinner

Saturday Night Live's Cecily Strong has been tapped as featured entertainer at the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner next spring. “Her political humor is sly and edgy, and it comes with a Chicago accent,” said WGCA President Christi Parsons in a statement. Strong will have an edge when it comes to targeting journalists at the event. Show More Summary

What's the state of local political news?

In the wake of last week’s midterm election and some ensuing commentary about the state of local media, CJR associate editor Greg Marx and United States Project correspondent Deron Lee shared thoughts on the strengths and weaknesses of local news. A record of the discussion is below. From: Greg Marx, 11:11pm Nov. 11 Hey Deron, It feels like we’ve had a...

Copyright © 2011 Regator, LLC