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Michael Y. Park

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

Aug 12 2014

Black truffles from Down Under conquer U.S. summertime menus

NEW YORK From the truffle-infused beef-cheek ravioli at Babbo restaurant in New York to the all-black-truffle menu at La Toque in Napa Valley, California, the pungent mushroom has conquered the summer menu and is no longer just a treasured winter treat.

Aug 12 2014

Black truffles from Down Under conquer U.S. summertime menus

NEW YORK From the truffle-infused beef-cheek ravioli at Babbo restaurant in New York to the all-black-truffle menu at La Toque in Napa Valley, California, the pungent mushroom has conquered the summer menu and is no longer just a treasured winter treat.

Aug 12 2014

Black truffles from Down Under conquer U.S. summertime menus

NEW YORK, Aug 12 From the truffle-infused beef-cheek ravioli at Babbo restaurant in New York to the all-black-truffle menu at La Toque in Napa Valley, California, the pungent mushroom has conquered the summer menu and is no longer just a treasured winter treat.

Jul 28 2014

Capsized kayakers penetrate New York airport perimeter

NEW YORK Two kayakers who got in over their heads in the waters off New York have put authorities at John F. Kennedy Airport on the defensive after flipping their boat and accidentally finding themselves in a restricted area of the airport.

Jul 16 2014

Has telecommuting blunted power of potential New York rail strike?

NEW YORK For decades, it's been the mightiest weapon in the transit union's arsenal, enough to cripple commerce and bring governments to their knees. But has the age of telecommuting taken the edge off the transit strike?

Jul 16 2014

Has telecommuting blunted power of potential New York rail strike?

NEW YORK, July 16 For decades, it's been the mightiest weapon in the transit union's arsenal, enough to cripple commerce and bring governments to their knees. But has the age of telecommuting taken the edge off the transit strike?

Jul 16 2014

Has telecommuting blunted power of potential New York rail strike?

NEW YORK, July 16 For decades, it's been the mightiest weapon in the transit union's arsenal, enough to cripple commerce and bring governments to their knees. But has the age of telecommuting taken the edge off the transit strike?

Jul 15 2014

Female firefighter is first to muscle into FDNY beefcake calendar

NEW YORK The Fire Department of New York's annual celebration of beefcake just added a slice of cheesecake.

Jul 08 2014

Nemesis of New York museum's 21,000-pound blue whale: dust bunnies

NEW YORK Two days in the bath might turn anyone blue, but that's exactly the color sought by staff at New York's American Museum of Natural History cleaning a 21,000-pound (9,500 kg) fiberglass blue whale looming over exhibits.

Jun 26 2014

Feature - Archery ranges hit bull's eye with eager New Yorkers

NEW YORK Bows and arrows may not be the most likely accessories for modern New Yorkers but local archery ranges are hitting the bull's eye with armies of new fans.

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