Nia-Malika Henderson

Nia-Malika Henderson (born July 7, 1974), is a senior political reporter for CNN.[2] She reported broadly on the 2016 campaign for CNN's digital and television platforms, with a special focus on identity politics—exploring the dynamics of demographics, race, and religion, and reporting on the groups of people who help shape national elections.

Nia-Malika Henderson
Nia-Malika Henderson (7906304698)
Henderson in 2012
BornJuly 7, 1974 (age 44)
EducationB.A. Duke University
M.A. Yale University
M.A. Columbia University
OccupationJournalist

Early life and education

Henderson graduated from Lower Richland High School in Hopkins, South Carolina in 1992. She went on to graduate cum laude from Duke University with a bachelor's degree in literature and cultural anthropology; and earned master's degrees from Yale University in American studies and Columbia University in journalism.[3]

Career

She began her career writing for The Baltimore Sun and then for Newsday's national staff[4] where she was its lead reporter covering Obama's 2008 campaign, the Democratic primary race and the Democratic National Convention. She also covered the first two years of the Obama administration for Politico.

Washington Post

From 2010 to 2015, she served as a reporter at The Washington Post.[5] As national political reporter for the Post, she covered the White House, the 2012 presidential campaign, the 2010 mid-term elections and anchored the Post's Election 2012 blog.

CNN

In 2015 she joined CNN as senior political reporter and anchor.

References

  1. ^ Who's CNN reporter Nia Malika Henderson? Retrieved 2018-06-26.
  2. ^ "Election 2016: 'Inside Politics': Would Trump actually quit the race? - CNNPolitics.com". cnn.com. Retrieved 2016-11-27.
  3. ^ National Association of Black Journalists: "ABJ Congratulates Member Nia-Malika Henderson on New Role as a Senior Political Reporter for CNN" by April Turner April 7, 2015
  4. ^ "Nia-Malika Henderson: The Root 100 2016". theroot.com. Archived from the original on 2016-11-01. Retrieved 2016-11-27.
  5. ^ "Nia-Malika Henderson - The Washington Post". washingtonpost.com. Retrieved 2016-11-27.
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Anjali Rao

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Anthony Weiner sexting scandals

Anthony Weiner is a former member of the United States House of Representatives from New York City who has been involved in multiple sex scandals related to sexting.

The first scandal began when Weiner was a Democratic U.S. Congressman. He used the social media website Twitter to send a link that contained a sexually suggestive picture of himself to a 21-year-old woman. After initially denying reports that he had posted the image, he admitted that he sent a link to the photo, which was described by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette as an "erection barely covered by a man's underwear" and by iPolitics as a "man-bulge in boxer briefs". He also sent additional sexually explicit photos and messages to women before and during his marriage. He denied ever having met or having had a physical relationship with any of the women. On June 16, 2011, Weiner announced his intention to resign from Congress effective June 23.

Weiner returned to politics in April 2013 when he entered the New York City mayoral race. After additional pictures of Weiner were released, Weiner admitted sexting at least three women since his resignation from Congress. He remained in the race until the end, placing fifth in the Democratic primary.

Following a report from the Daily Mail in September 2016, the FBI investigated Weiner for sexting with a 15-year-old girl. His laptop was seized and emails related to the Hillary Clinton email controversy were found on it, causing a controversy late in the presidential election. On May 19, 2017, Weiner pled guilty to one count of transferring obscene material to a minor. His wife, Huma Abedin, filed for divorce prior to Weiner's guilty plea. In September, he was sentenced to 21 months in federal prison. He served his sentence at Federal Medical Center, Devens, in Ayer, Massachusetts.

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Bob Dole

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Born in Russell, Kansas, Dole established a legal career in Russell after serving with distinction in the United States Army during World War II. After a stint as Russell County Attorney, he won election to the House of Representatives in 1960. In 1968, Dole was elected to the Senate, where he served as Chairman of the Republican National Committee from 1971 to 1973 and Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee from 1981 to 1985. He led the Senate Republicans from 1985 to his resignation in 1996, and served as Senate Majority Leader from 1985 to 1987 and from 1995 to 1996. In his role as Republican leader, he helped defeat President Bill Clinton's health care plan.

President Gerald Ford chose Dole as his running mate in the 1976 election after Vice President Nelson Rockefeller withdrew from seeking a full term. Ford was defeated by Democrat Jimmy Carter in the general election. Dole sought the Republican presidential nomination in 1980 but quickly dropped out of the race. He experienced more success in the 1988 Republican primaries but was defeated by Vice President George H. W. Bush. Dole won the Republican nomination in 1996 and selected Jack Kemp as his running mate. The Republican ticket lost in the general election to Bill Clinton, making Dole the first person to be nominated for both president and vice president by one of the current major parties without winning election to either position. He resigned from the Senate during the 1996 campaign and did not seek public office again after the election.

Though he retired from public office, Dole has remained active in public life after 1996. He appeared in numerous commercials and television programs and served on various councils. In 2012, Dole unsuccessfully advocated Senate ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. He initially supported Jeb Bush in the 2016 Republican primaries, but later became the only former Republican nominee to endorse Donald Trump, after Trump clinched the Republican nomination. Dole is currently a member of the advisory council of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation and special counsel at the Washington, D.C., office of law firm Alston & Bird. On January 17, 2018, Dole was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal. He is married to former U.S. Senator Elizabeth Dole of North Carolina.

In 2019, the U.S. Congress unanimously passed a bill promoting the 95-year-old Dole from Captain to Colonel for his service during World War II. Dole, very sickly with a wheelchair got up and saluted George H. W. Bush at his funeral.

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Daly is also the main host of the Focus on the Family radio program.

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List of After Words interviews first aired in 2012

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Mark Udall

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War on Women

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