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Korie Rose


Korie Rose is a producer and editor for Newsy's "The Why." He is a broadcast and digital veteran who most recently worked at PeerForward, a college access nonprofit based in D.C. Previously, he worked at local TV stations in D.C. and North Carolina, and was the senior traffic producer for radio stations in the Raleigh and Greensboro markets. Fun fact: Korie’s journalism career began in 2000 as a kid reporter for Children's Express, where he covered the 2000 presidential recount in Florida and the inauguration of President George W. Bush.

  Recent Work
Ronan Farrow
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Reports: NBC Denies It Tried To Suppress Stories On Weinstein, Lauer

FEC Chair Ellen Weintraub
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FEC Chair Warns Of Potential Dark Money Problems In U.S. Politics

U.S. President Trump
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Appeals Court Rules Trump's Accountants Must Give Records To Congress

Rudy Giuliani
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Associates Of Rudy Giuliani Arrested On Campaign Finance Charges

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey
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Minneapolis Wants Trump Campaign To Cover Security Costs Of Rally

Activists outside the U.S. Supreme Court
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LGBTQ Activists Call On Supreme Court To Expand Title VII Definitions

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Supreme Court To Hear 3 Cases On LGBTQ Rights In The Workplace

Florida State University
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New Florida Law Toughens Legal Penalties For Hazing

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Calif. Law Lets College Athletes Get Paid, Challenging NCAA Model

Saudi royals on a billboard
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Saudi Arabia Opens Its Doors To Tourists From 49 Countries

A homeless person sleeps on the sidewalk
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Census Bureau Says Income Inequality Is The Highest In 50 Years

Gun reform activists protest outside the Capitol
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D.C. Protesters Demand An End To Gun Violence

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
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Pelosi's Impeachment Announcement Is A Major Change Of Course

United Nations Climate Summit 2019
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World Leaders Rebuked For 'Empty Words' At U.N. Climate Summit

2019 Climate Strike protester in front of the White House
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Global Protesters Demand Leaders Take Action On Climate Change

U.S. Capitol
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Senate Leaders Poised To Battle Over House-Approved Spending Bill

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Federal Reserve Cuts Rates Amid Uncertain Global Outlook

Corey Lewandowski
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Corey Lewandowski Testifies Before House Judiciary Committee

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Cornell Medical School Tackles Student Debt With Full-Ride Offer

United Auto Workers union President Gary Jones
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Auto Workers Could Strike If Union And GM Can't Make A Deal

Serena Williams
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Teen Swimmer's 'Uniform Violation' Is A Symptom Of Racism In Sports

Union Jack and EU flags outside British Parliament building
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Boris Johnson Faces Uncertain Path To Brexit During Parliament Hiatus

President Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
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Trump: Peace Talks With Taliban Are 'Dead, As Far As I'm Concerned'

Pope Francis
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Pope Francis Orders Vatican To Get Finances Under Control

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam
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What Happens If Hong Kong's Leader Resigns?

Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez
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DNC Tells Iowa And Nevada To Ditch Virtual Caucus Systems

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China's First Costco Closes Early After Shoppers Flood Grand Opening

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand
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Gillibrand Drops Out As Stage Is Set For 3rd Democratic Debate

Lixion Avila, Senior Hurricane Specialist, works at the NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center
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Lots Of People Have Suggested Nuking Hurricanes, But Scientists Say No

U.S. Special Envoy to North Korea Stephen Biegun
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N. Korea Says It Won't Talk Denuclearization Until 'Hostile' Moves End