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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

Jul 17 2015

Kerry to host Cuba foreign minister in Washington on Monday

WASHINGTON Secretary of State John Kerry will meet Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez in Washington on Monday, U.S. officials said, to mark the historic restoration of diplomatic ties between former Cold War foes severed more than five decades ago.

Jul 17 2015

Kerry to host Cuba foreign minister in Washington on Monday

WASHINGTON Secretary of State John Kerry will meet Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez in Washington on Monday, U.S. officials said, to mark the historic restoration of diplomatic ties between former Cold War foes severed more than five decades ago.

Jul 30 2014

Ukraine welcomes U.S., EU Russia sanctions, says Moscow must respond

WASHINGTON Ukraine's foreign minister welcomed U.S. and European sanctions on Russia announced on Tuesday and pledged Kiev would not attack cities now controlled by pro-Russian separatists in its drive to re-establish control over its territory.

Jul 30 2014

Ukraine welcomes U.S., EU Russia sanctions, says Moscow must respond

WASHINGTON Ukraine's foreign minister welcomed U.S. and European sanctions on Russia announced on Tuesday and pledged Kiev would not attack cities now controlled by pro-Russian separatists in its drive to re-establish control over its territory.

Apr 09 2013

CORRECTED - Witness:Thatcher's dramatic 1990 fall: 'Stabbed in the front'

At some point in her 11-year rule, Margaret Thatcher adopted the royal prerogative of referring to herself in the plural - as when she announced the birth of a child to her son Mark in 1989.

Apr 09 2013

Thatcher's dramatic 1990 fall: "Stabbed in the front"

At some point in her 11-year rule, Margaret Thatcher adopted the royal prerogative of referring to herself in the plural - as when she announced the birth of a child to her son Mark in 1989.

Apr 09 2013

Witness: Thatcher's dramatic 1990 fall: "Stabbed in the front"

At some point in her 11-year rule, Margaret Thatcher adopted the royal prerogative of referring to herself in the plural - as when she announced the birth of a child to her son Mark in 1989.

Apr 08 2013

For Thatcher and Reagan, it was a very 'special relationship'

WASHINGTON It was ideological love at first sight for Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan, who made the most unlikely but dominant international pairing of the late 20th century, triumphing side-by-side in the Cold War.

Apr 08 2013

For Thatcher and Reagan, it was a very "special relationship"

WASHINGTON It was ideological love at first sight for Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan, who made the most unlikely but dominant international pairing of the late 20th century, triumphing side-by-side in the Cold War.

Apr 08 2013

For Thatcher and Reagan, it was a very "special relationship"

WASHINGTON It was ideological love at first sight for Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan, who made the most unlikely but dominant international pairing of the late 20th century, triumphing side-by-side in the Cold War.

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