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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

May 14 2018

Macron nennt Messerstecher von Paris einen Terroristen

Paris In Paris hat ein Messerstecher am Samstagabend einen 29-Jährigen Mann getötet, ehe er selbst von der Polizei erschossen wurde.

May 13 2018

Paris knife attacker was French citizen born in Chechnya

PARIS Police on Sunday scoured the background of a Chechnya-born Frenchman who killed a man in a knife attack in Paris, questioning the parents and a friend of the 21-year old, who had been flagged previously as a potential security risk. | Video

May 13 2018

One killed in Paris knife attack by man shouting 'Allahu akbar'

PARIS An assailant shouting "Allahu akbar" killed a passer-by in a knife attack that also wounded four others in the heart of Paris late on Saturday before he was shot dead by police, French authorities said. | Video

Mar 22 2018

Trains, flights grounded as strikes challenge Macron across France

PARIS Tens of thousands of nurses, teachers and other public sector workers joined forces to march against French President Emmanuel Macron's reforms on Thursday, causing widespread travel disruption and bringing brief clashes with police in some cities. | Video

Mar 21 2018

French civil servants, rail staff strike in test for Macron

PARIS Teachers, hospital nurses, train conductors and airline controllers will walk off the job and take to the streets across France on Thursday in a test of public anger with President Emmanuel Macron's reform drive.

Mar 21 2018

French civil servants, rail staff strike in test for Macron

PARIS, March 22 Teachers, hospital nurses, train conductors and airline controllers will walk off the job and take to the streets across France on Thursday in a test of public anger with President Emmanuel Macron's reform drive.

Mar 21 2018

France targets sexual harassment with on-the-spot fines

PARIS France announced a series of measures against sexual violence on Wednesday, including on-the-spot fines for sexual harassment on the street and extended deadlines for filing rape complaints.

Mar 15 2018

French pensioners tell Macron to stop squeezing their finances

PARIS Thousands of French pensioners marched through Paris and other cities in protest over higher social security taxes on Thursday, in a warning to President Emmanuel Macron whose popularity is falling in a key voter constituency.

Mar 05 2018

France's far-right National Front to change name as Le Pen seeks rebound

PARIS French far-right leader Marine Le Pen will this weekend unveil a new name for the 45-year-old National Front and a refocus on immigration as it searches for more voters and relevance in a political landscape transformed by President Emmanuel Macron.

Feb 28 2018

National Front's Jean-Marie Le Pen says party name change is 'suicide'

SAINT-CLOUD, France French far-right leader Marine Le Pen's plan to change the National Front's name amounts to political suicide, its founder, her father Jean-Marie Le Pen told Reuters, warning that his daughter was cutting herself off from the party's roots.

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