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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

Jan 05 2015

Brown sworn in for record fourth term as California governor

SACRAMENTO, Calif. Democrat Jerry Brown, who turned around California's finances after years of deficits, vowed to keep a tight rein on spending as he was sworn in on Monday for a record fourth term at the helm of the nation's most populous state.

Jan 05 2015

Brown sworn in for record 4th term as California governor

SACRAMENTO, Calif. Democrat Jerry Brown, who turned around California's finances after years of deficits, vowed to keep a tight rein on spending as he was sworn in on Monday for a record fourth term at the helm of the nation's most populous state.

Sep 24 2014

Allowing blood donations from gay men could help save over a million lives - U.S. study

SAN FRANCISCO Lifting a ban on blood donations from gay men would increase the amount of available blood by hundreds of thousands of pints (liters) each year and save more than a million lives a year, a California study showed on Friday.

Sep 24 2014

Allowing blood donations from gay men could help save over a million lives - U.S. study

SAN FRANCISCO (This story from Sept. 19 has been refiled to correct stated position of medical groups in paragraph 6)

Sep 19 2014

Allowing blood donations from gay men could help save over a million lives: U.S. study

SAN FRANCISCO Lifting a ban on blood donations from gay men would increase the amount of available blood by hundreds of thousands of pints (liters) each year and save more than a million lives a year, a California study showed on Friday.

Sep 19 2014

Allowing blood donations from gay men could help save over a million lives - U.S. study

SAN FRANCISCO Lifting a ban on blood donations from gay men would increase the amount of available blood by hundreds of thousands of pints (liters) each year and save more than a million lives a year, a California study showed on Friday.

Sep 19 2014

Allowing blood donations from gay men could help save over a million lives -U.S. study

SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 19 Lifting a ban on blood donations from gay men would increase the amount of available blood by hundreds of thousands of pints (liters) each year and save more than a million lives a year, a California study showed on Friday.

Sep 13 2014

Wildfires char more than 100,000 acres in Northern California

BERKELEY Calif. A Northern California wildfire started by a lightning strike a month ago has burned more than 108,000 acres in the drought-stricken state, officials said on Friday. | Video

Sep 12 2014

Plan to divide California into six states fails to qualify for ballot

A long-shot effort to break California into six separate states failed to collect enough signatures to put it on the November 2016 ballot, state officials said on Friday, as the group behind the plan criticized the rejection.

Sep 12 2014

Support for death penalty hits 50-year low in California

The majority of California voters still favor the death penalty as a form of punishment but support has dwindled to a 50-year low, according to a Field Poll released on Friday.

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