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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

Sep 22 2017

Close but no hurrah: EU welcomes May Brexit speech, but warily

BRUSSELS Theresa May's "constructive spirit" won a cautious welcome from the European Union on Friday, though the British prime minister's keynote Brexit speech raised more questions than answers for some and they want more details next week.

Sep 22 2017

Close but no hurrah - EU welcomes May Brexit speech, but warily

BRUSSELS Theresa May's "constructive spirit" won a cautious welcome from the European Union on Friday, though the British prime minister's keynote Brexit speech raised more questions than answers for some and they want more details next week.

Sep 22 2017

Close but no hurrah: EU welcomes May Brexit speech, but warily

BRUSSELS Theresa May's "constructive spirit" won a cautious welcome from the European Union on Friday, though the British prime minister's keynote Brexit speech raised more questions than answers for some and they want more details next week.

Sep 21 2017

EU's Tusk calls summit in December on euro zone future

BRUSSELS The chairman of European Union leaders Donald Tusk has called a euro summit for December to discuss improvements to the single currency area after Britain leaves the EU in March 2019, with the aim of reaching decisions on key issues by June 2018.

Sep 20 2017

As Brexit clock ticks down, EU eyes new offer from May

BRUSSELS/BERLIN European capitals expect British Prime Minister Theresa May to try to break a deadlock in Brexit talks over the coming days by signaling a readiness to pay the EU to stay in the single market for a time after it leaves the bloc.

Sep 20 2017

Ukraine's backers urge government to act on Naftogaz reform

BRUSSELS/KIEV Ukraine's financial and political backers urged the government on Wednesday to step up reforms of state-run Naftogaz, after the gas firm's independent board resigned saying authorities were blocking changes.

Sep 15 2017

Euro zone enlargement call sparks backlash in Germany

TALLINN After years of bailing out Greece, the idea of letting more poorer states into the euro zone has sparked controversy, particularly in Germany, where Chancellor Angela Merkel is seeking re-election in two weeks time.

Sep 15 2017

Nail euro zone problems first, fix institutions later, ministers say

TALLINN The euro zone must identify its problems, then see what changes to its institutions are needed to fix them, euro zone finance ministers said on Friday.

Sep 07 2017

Sovereign insolvency rules could help enforce euro zone discipline - Slovak finmin

BRUSSELS Euro zone integration could include sovereign insolvency rules to help discipline governments on fiscal rules, especially if the bloc were to create its own central budget, Slovak Finance Minister Peter Kazimir said.

Sep 07 2017

Sovereign insolvency rules could help enforce euro zone discipline -Slovak finmin

BRUSSELS, Sept 7 Euro zone integration could include sovereign insolvency rules to help discipline governments on fiscal rules, especially if the bloc were to create its own central budget, Slovak Finance Minister Peter Kazimir said.

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