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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.

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Ukrainian Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk
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Ukrainian President Gives PM Second Chance, Rejects Resignation

President Trump prays with supporters
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White House Issues Guidelines On Prayer In Schools

A Puerto Rican flag in a pile of rubble
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HUD Releases $8.2 Billion In Relief Aid For Puerto Rico

Sean Joyce on stage
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Dream Jobs: Comedian

A nurse prepares to administer a flu shot
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NIH Doctor Says Vaccines 'Not A Very Good Match' For Common Flu Strain

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Oscars Snub Women Directors For 2nd Straight Year

A woman holds up a sign supporting the Equal Rights Amendment outside the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.
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Equal Rights Amendment Nears Historic Passage, But Challenges Persist

A GM sign outside a closed facility in Ohio
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Study Suggests Opioid Death Rates Rise After Auto Plant Closures

The United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland
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UN Anti-Racism Panel To Investigate Israeli Actions In West Bank, Gaza

President Donald Trump
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Politico: Trump Intervened To Slash Medicaid Funds For Puerto Rico

Terace GarnierU.S.

Native Americans React To Task Force Launched To Solve Missing Cases

Intel Chairman Adam Schiff delivers remarks alongside Speaker Pelosi and other committee chairs.
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House Democrats Stalling on Sending Articles to the Senate

Protesters supporting the impeachment of U.S. President Donald Trump gather outside the U.S. Capitol.
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House Votes To Impeach President Trump

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Report: Death Penalty On The Decline In The U.S.

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Enforcement Of Electronic Log Rules For Truckers Begins This Week

President Trump and Jared Kushner
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Trump's Executive Order On Anti-Semitism Draws Mixed Response

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler
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Judiciary Democrats Send Impeachment To House Floor

President Trump signs executive order to combat antisemitism
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Critics: Trump's Executive Order Could Chill Criticism Of Israel

SAT preparation books on a shelf
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Lawsuits Filed Against University Of California Over SAT, ACT Exams

Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler and Ranking Member Doug Collins

House Democrats Unveil Two Articles of Impeachment

Sen. Bernie Sanders
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Bernie Sanders Unveils $150 Billion 'Internet For All' Plan

Four legal scholars debate constitutional law.

Legal Scholars Debate Whether President Trump Should Be Impeached

House Judiciary Committee sign
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4 Legal Scholars Set To Testify In House Impeachment Inquiry

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Tomohiro OhsumiU.S.

FBI Warns Hackers Can Spy On You Through Your Smart TV

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Study: Proposed Changes To SNAP Could Cut Millions From Program

House Intelligence Committee

Impeachment Inquiry Heads To Judiciary Committee

Measles as seen under a microscope
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Measles Outbreak In Samoa Kills At Least 33, Prompting Help From CDC

People walk in the snow
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Millions Brace For Severe Weather Over Thanksgiving

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Report: Life Expectancy In The U.S. Has Fallen For 3 Consecutive Years

House committee chairs
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Judiciary Committee Schedules Its First Impeachment Inquiry Hearings