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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

Dec 06 2017

Cricket: Captains struggle with decision reviews in second test

ADELAIDE Cricket's Decision Review System (DRS) was in the spotlight in the Ashes test between Australia and England in Adelaide as both captains had to make quick decisions time and again on whether to challenge the umpire's call.

Dec 06 2017

Captains struggle with decision reviews in second test

ADELAIDE Cricket's Decision Review System (DRS) was in the spotlight in the Ashes test between Australia and England in Adelaide as both captains had to make quick decisions time and again on whether to challenge the umpire's call.

Dec 06 2017

Cricket-Captains struggle with decision reviews in second test

ADELAIDE, Dec 6 Cricket's Decision Review System (DRS) was in the spotlight in the Ashes test between Australia and England in Adelaide as both captains had to make quick decisions time and again on whether to challenge the umpire's call.

Dec 06 2017

England's Barmy Army gets a little bit of local help in Adelaide

ADELAIDE England's Barmy Army of cricket fans had a little bit of local help this week in Adelaide as they tried, fruitlessly as it turned out in the end, to cheer their team to victory in the second Ashes test.

Dec 05 2017

Anderson bags 'fifer' Down Under at last

ADELAIDE It took 15 matches over four tours but James Anderson, England's most prolific bowler, finally claimed his first test five-wicket haul on Australian soil in Adelaide on Tuesday.

Dec 05 2017

Anderson bags "fifer" Down Under at last

ADELAIDE It took 15 matches over four tours but James Anderson, England's most prolific bowler, finally claimed his first test five-wicket haul on Australian soil in Adelaide on Tuesday.

Dec 04 2017

Golf: Woods seemingly healthy again, but too early to predict future glory

When Tiger Woods tees up next year he will be at an age at which few have dominated, but that will not stop the PGA Tour hype machine and others from promoting his appearance with an implied suggestion Tiger 2.0 will be as good as the previous version which won 14 major championships between 1997 and 2008.

Dec 04 2017

Cricket: England finally win video review to snare Smith

ADELAIDE England were “very relieved” to finally get a video review in their favour with the dismissal of Steve Smith, seamer Chris Woakes said after collecting the vital scalp of the Australian captain in the second Ashes test on Monday.

Dec 04 2017

England finally win video review to snare Smith

ADELAIDE England were “very relieved” to finally get a video review in their favour with the dismissal of Steve Smith, seamer Chris Woakes said after collecting the vital scalp of the Australian captain in the second Ashes test on Monday.

Dec 04 2017

Cricket-England finally win video review to snare Smith

ADELAIDE, Dec 4 England were “very relieved” to finally get a video review in their favour with the dismissal of Steve Smith, seamer Chris Woakes said after collecting the vital scalp of the Australian captain in the second Ashes test on Monday.

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