Gage Jackson - Newsy

Gage Jackson

Host / Producer

Gage Jackson is a producer and host of "Newsy's Latest Headlines." Before joining the company in 2019, he worked as a digital producer at a local news station in mid-Missouri. Gage is a Kansas City native and decided to move back to his hometown after receiving his bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Missouri. He has has covered a variety of topics while at Newsy, including U.S. politics, business, the stock market and sports. When the lights and camera are turned off, you can typically find Gage outside kayaking, hiking, petting a dog or squeezing in a round of golf.

  Recent Work
Mourners gather for the funeral prayer of Khadim Hussein Rizvi.
Waleed Ahmed / APWorld

Funeral of Radical Pakistani Cleric Attracts Massive Turnout

Nurse administers a vaccine injection.
Johan Nilsson/TT News Agency via APSci/Health

Pfizer, BioNTech Seek Emergency Use Authorization For COVID-19 Vaccine

Volunteer receives an injection as part of a COVID-19 vaccine trial.
Siphiwe Sibeko/Pool via APSci/Health

Oxford-AstraZeneca Vaccine Shows Promise In Elderly

An election worker places a ballot in a counted bin during a hand recount of Presidential votes.
John Amis/Atlanta Journal & ConstitutionPolitics

Georgia To Conclude Presidential Election Tally Tonight

Cars lined up outside Dallas food bank.
North Texas Food BankU.S.

Thousands Line Up At Dallas Food Bank For Thanksgiving Meals

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, with the company's Crew Dragon capsule attached, sits on the launch pad.
Chris O'Meara / APSci/Health

NASA Delays SpaceX Crew Launch Due To Weather Concerns

A man carries a child across a street in the capital Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Mulugeta Ayene / APWorld

Airports Bombed In Ethiopia's Tigray Region Amid Fears Of Civil War

Man wearing a mask while walking under a 'Now Hiring' sign.
Jeff Chiu / APBusiness

U.S. Job Market Shows A Sign Of Hope

Shoppers wear face masks, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
David J. Phillip / APSci/Health

Fauci: Wear Masks, Social Distance To Avoid National Lockdown

People protest conditions at immigration detention facility
Jeff Amy / APPolitics

Migrant Women Deported After Alleging Abuse In Detention Center

Dr. Anthony Fauci at a Senate hearing on COVID-19 response.
Graeme Jennings / APSci/Health

Dr. Fauci Impressed By Pfizer Vaccine But Still Work To Do

Jacob Blake answers questions during a hearing from an Illinois rehabilitation center.
Kenosha County Court / APU.S.

Jacob Blake Pleads Guilty In Abuse Case Unrelated To Police Shooting

White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.
Evan Vucci / APSci/Health

President Trump's Chief Of Staff Mark Meadows Contracts COVID-19

Mail-in ballots
Matt Slocum / APPolitics

Judge Orders Sweeps Of Postal Service Centers

French President Emmanuel Macron speaks with police about strengthening border security.
Guillaume Horcajuelo / APWorld

France Reinforces Border Security Following Attacks

Seal bearing the official name "State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations"
David Goldman / APPolitics

Rhode Island Voters Approve Changing State's Name

Shoppers in London
Alberto Pezzali / APSci/Health

England Prepares For New Coronavirus Lockdown

Kansas City Royals left fielder Alex Gordon lays out to catch a fly ball.
Curtis Compton / Atlanta Journal-Constitution / APSports

MLB Announces Gold Glove Award Winners

Person uses smartphone
Jenny Kane / APPolitics

FBI Investigating Election Day Robocalls Telling People To 'Stay Home'

Health care workers transport a COVID-19 patient from an intensive care unit.
Petr David Josek / APSci/Health

European Countries Tighten Lockdowns As Cases Surge

Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence looking to pass.
Chuck Burton / APSports

Clemson's Trevor Lawrence Tests Positive For COVID-19

Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Graeme Jennings / APSci/Health

Fauci Says U.S. Needs Mask Mandate To Combat Virus Spread

Marcellis Stinnette's mother holding a sign as she walks to a press conference.
Nam Y. Huh / APU.S.

Woman Shot By Waukegan Police Shares Her Story

E. Jean Carroll, who says President Donald Trump raped her in the 1990s.
John Minchillo / APPolitics

Judge: U.S. Can't Replace Pres. Trump In Defamation Suit

People clean up debris after a protest.
Michael Perez / APU.S.

Police Shooting Sparks Violent Protests In Philadelphia

President Donald Trump
Jim Bourg / APPolitics

Trump Administration Joins 30 Countries With Anti-Abortion Declaration

Drivers for ride-hailing giants Uber and Lyft hold a rally.
Damian Dovarganes / APBusiness

Court Rules Ridesharing Companies Must Classify Drivers As Employees

Quibi CEO Meg Whitman and founder Jeffrey Katzenberg.
APTech

Streaming Service Quibi Shuts Down After Just 6 Months

Protesters run away as police officers use teargas to disperse people demonstrating against police brutality in Nigeria.
Sunday Alamba / APWorld

Protesters Killed By Nigerian Authorities

Pro-democracy activists create a human chain to confront a police barricades during their march in Thailand.
Sakchai Lalit / APWorld

Thailand's Government Cancels Emergency Decree To Calm Protests