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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

Aug 22 2016

Yugos, Corvairs and Vegas: the Cream of the Clunkers at the Concours d’Lemons

SEASIDE, Calif. -- David Swan nicknamed his car Wilma, after Fred Flintstone's wife.

Aug 18 2016

They really bless cars in Monterey?

Holy water at hand, the bishop begins the invocation.

Apr 29 2016

Driverless cars could save lives, kill businesses

DETROIT - The automotive and tech companies pursuing the driverless car share a utopian belief: Autonomous vehicles will benefit society, eventually saving most of the nearly 33,000 people each year killed in road accidents in America alone.

Apr 29 2016

Special Report: Inside Google's quest to shape the rules of the driverless road

(This April 26 story corrects the number of new scenarios Google devised for its self-driving software to 3,500 from 300,000. It also corrects "yellow-light mishaps" to "red-light mishaps")

Apr 26 2016

Driverless cars could save lives, kill businesses

DETROIT - The automotive and tech companies pursuing the driverless car share a utopian belief: Autonomous vehicles will benefit society, eventually saving most of the nearly 33,000 people each year killed in road accidents in America alone.

Apr 26 2016

Driverless cars could save lives, kill businesses

DETROIT - The automotive and tech companies pursuing the driverless car share a utopian belief: Autonomous vehicles will benefit society, eventually saving most of the nearly 33,000 people each year killed in road accidents in America alone.

Jan 11 2016

Detroit's auto industry is changed, but not as Washington planned

DETROIT When U.S. President Barack Obama visits Detroit's annual auto show on Jan. 20, exactly one year before he leaves office, he is expected to tout how much the industry has changed since he orchestrated a federally funded rescue in 2009.  

Jan 11 2016

Detroit's auto industry is changed, but not as Washington planned

DETROIT When U.S. President Barack Obama visits Detroit's annual auto show on Jan. 20, exactly one year before he leaves office, he is expected to tout how much the industry has changed since he orchestrated a federally funded rescue in 2009.   | Video

Jan 11 2016

Detroit's auto industry is changed, but not as Washington planned

DETROIT When U.S. President Barack Obama visits Detroit's annual auto show on Jan. 20, exactly one year before he leaves office, he is expected to tout how much the industry has changed since he orchestrated a federally funded rescue in 2009.  

Jan 10 2016

Detroit's auto industry is changed, but not as Washington planned

DETROIT, Jan 10 When U.S. President Barack Obama visits Detroit's annual auto show on Jan. 20, exactly one year before he leaves office, he is expected to tout how much the industry has changed since he orchestrated a federally funded rescue in 2009.

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