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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

Mar 02 2016

China's green push gives clout to once "embarrassing" ministry

BEIJING/LINYI, China An affable academic who cracks jokes and cycles to work, Chen Jining is the face of China's clean-up, turning his environment ministry from "most embarrassing" to a powerhouse that has taken on those driving growth at all costs.

Jan 22 2016

China jails rights activist on spying charges as crackdown widens

BEIJING A Chinese court has jailed a well-known rights activist for 19 years on state security charges, including supplying intelligence abroad, as the leadership widens a crackdown on rights lawyers that has triggered international condemnation.

Jan 20 2016

China accuses detained Swede of fabricating information

BEIJING The Chinese government has accused a detained Swedish national of operating an unlicensed rights group in China, which "fabricated and distorted" information about the country and organized others to "interfere" in sensitive cases.

Jan 18 2016

Missing Hong Kong bookseller in China to answer 2004 conviction: state media

BEIJING A Swedish bookseller whose mysterious disappearance sparked fears he may have been abducted by Chinese agents said he had voluntarily turned himself in to the authorities over a fatal drink-driving offense more than a decade ago. | Video

Jan 15 2016

On election eve, Taiwan frontrunner says she seeks peace with China

TAIPEI/BEIJING Taiwan presidential frontrunner Tsai Ing-wen sought to reassure she'd seek peaceful relations with China if she won Saturday's election, as Beijing again warned the self-ruled island against any moves toward independence.

Jan 13 2016

China arrests most prominent woman rights lawyer for subversion

BEIJING Chinese authorities have formally arrested China's most prominent woman human rights lawyer, accusing her of subverting the state, her lawyer said on Wednesday, as part of a crackdown on activists who have helped people fight for their legal rights.

Jan 13 2016

China arrests most prominent woman rights lawyer for subversion

BEIJING Chinese authorities have formally arrested China's most prominent woman human rights lawyer, accusing her of subverting the state, her lawyer said on Wednesday, as part of a crackdown on activists who have helped people fight for their legal rights.

Jan 13 2016

China arrests most prominent woman rights lawyer for subversion

BEIJING Chinese authorities have formally arrested China's most prominent woman human rights lawyer, accusing her of subverting the state, her lawyer said on Wednesday, as part of a crackdown on activists who have helped people fight for their legal rights.

Jan 13 2016

China's feminists hail expected election of Taiwan's Tsai

BEIJING Feminists in China are embracing Taiwan's presidential front-runner Tsai Ing-wen as a role model - in a country where the last woman leader was the empress dowager more than a century ago.

Jan 13 2016

China's feminists hail expected election of Taiwan's Tsai

BEIJING - Feminists in China are embracing Taiwan's presidential front-runner Tsai Ing-wen as a role model - in a country where the last woman leader was the empress dowager more than a century ago.

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