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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

Jun 03 2017

Two-goal Ronaldo fires Real to 12th European title

CARDIFF Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice as Real Madrid beat Juventus 4-1 in a memorable Champions League final full of attacking verve and brilliant goals on Saturday as the Spaniards won the title for the third time in four years and 12th in all. | Video

Jun 02 2017

I didn't score many, but some were important, says modest Zidane

CARDIFF For a man who buried two headers to win a World Cup final and then struck one of the all-time great Champions League final winners Zinedine Zidane was probably doing himself a disservice when he said on Friday: "I didn't score many goals."

Jun 02 2017

I didn't score many, but some were important, says modest Zidane

CARDIFF For a man who buried two headers to win a World Cup final and then struck one of the all-time great Champions League final winners Zinedine Zidane was probably doing himself a disservice when he said on Friday: "I didn't score many goals."

Jun 02 2017

Soccer-I didn't score many, but some were important, says modest Zidane

CARDIFF, June 2 For a man who buried two headers to win a World Cup final and then struck one of the all-time great Champions League final winners Zinedine Zidane was probably doing himself a disservice when he said on Friday: "I didn't score many goals."

Jun 01 2017

UEFA head Ceferin would love a fresh-looking final

CARDIFF Real Madrid against Juventus looks like a mouth-watering Champions League final but UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin says he would also love to see some new names fighting it out at the business end of club football's ultimate club competition.

May 30 2017

'71 Lions revolutionised New Zealand rugby

LONDON The impact made by the all-conquering 1971 British and Irish Lions in New Zealand revolutionised the game and was a major factor in the All Blacks' triumph in the inaugural World Cup 16 years later, according to a new book about the tour.

May 29 2017

Ego-free Warburton, the Lions captain who might not play

LONDON It has long been a pillar of the British and Irish Lions that the captain is a nailed-on starter, but Warren Gatland picked Sam Warburton for a second stint in the job for precisely the opposite reason.

May 27 2017

Exeter triumph shows nice guys can finish first

LONDON So it seems nice guys – and nice clubs – can finish first as Exeter Chiefs, almost incredibly, find themselves as English rugby's Premiership champions after a gutsy extra-time victory over Wasps that was the epitome of their approach to the game.

May 27 2017

Rugby-Exeter champions after extra-time win over Wasps

LONDON, May 27 Exeter Chiefs were crowned English rugby's Premiership champions for the first time on Saturday when veteran flyhalf Gareth Steenson landed a nerveless penalty three minutes from the end of extra-time to beat Wasps 23-20 in an epic Twickenham final.

May 25 2017

Rugby - Upwardly-mobile Exeter seek to take final step

LONDON Exeter can cap their remarkable rise through the rugby ranks by securing their maiden English Premiership title on Saturday but they will need to be at their defensive best to counter the threat of a Wasps team hoping to roll back the years.

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