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Jason McLure

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 13 2015

North Dakota, Arkansas ask court to allow abortion curbs

ST LOUIS Attorneys for North Dakota and Arkansas urged a U.S. appeals court panel on Tuesday to overturn federal judge decisions that block state laws that would shorten the period allowed for a woman to end a pregnancy.

Jan 13 2015

North Dakota, Arkansas ask court to allow abortion curbs

ST LOUIS ZsaaAttorneys for North Dakota and Arkansas urged a U.S. appeals court panel on Tuesday to overturn federal judge decisions that block state laws that would shorten the period allowed for a woman to end a pregnancy.

Aug 12 2014

Second night of rioting after killing of black Missouri teen

FERGUSON Mo. Police fired tear gas after rioting broke out for a second night in Ferguson, Missouri, despite calls on Monday for calm from the mother of a black teenager who was shot to death by police at the weekend.

Aug 11 2014

Second night of rioting after killing of black Missouri teen

FERGUSON Mo. Police fired tear gas after rioting broke out for a second night in Ferguson, Missouri, despite calls on Monday for calm from the mother of a black teenager who was shot to death by police at the weekend.

Aug 11 2014

FBI probes killing of black Missouri teen; mum urges non-violence

FERGUSON Mo. The mother of a black teenager from suburban St. Louis who was shot to death by police over the weekend begged for non-violence on Monday in the wake of riots, as the FBI opened a probe into the racially charged case.

Aug 11 2014

FBI probes killing of black Missouri teen; mom urges non-violence

FERGUSON Mo. The mother of a black teenager from suburban St. Louis who was shot to death by police over the weekend begged for non-violence on Monday in the wake of riots, as the FBI opened a probe into the racially charged case.

Aug 11 2014

FBI probes killing of black Missouri teen; mom urges non-violence

FERGUSON, Mo. The mother of a black teenager from suburban St. Louis who was shot to death by police over the weekend begged for non-violence on Monday in the wake of riots, as the FBI opened a probe into the racially charged case. | Video

Jul 02 2014

Missouri town picks solvency over flood fight as river rises

COLUMBIA Mo. A small Missouri town repeatedly threatened by a rising Mississippi River is choosing to let residents fend for themselves this year rather than face potential bankruptcy to pay for another municipally organized fight against flooding.

Jul 08 2013

Canadian quotas sweeten profits for U.S. maple syrup farmers

For Vermont farmers Cecile and Tom Branon, the decade-long maple syrup boom allowed them to sell their 150 dairy cows and convert a team of working horses to pets while they focused on expanding their lucrative sugaring operation.

Jun 19 2013

New Hampshire nears approval of medical marijuana law

LITTLETON, New Hampshire New Hampshire is set to become the final state in New England to allow medical marijuana after negotiators from the Republican-controlled Senate and Democratic-controlled House agreed Tuesday on a bill backed by Governor Maggie Hassan.

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