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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.

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20 Dec 2013

U.S. diplomats, but not prosecutors, seek to quell Khobragade dispute

WASHINGTON The U.S. government sought to present a united front on Thursday and play down any signs of a rift between the State Department and law enforcement officials over how to handle the politically sensitive case of an Indian diplomat subjected to a strip search over alleged visa fraud.

20 Dec 2013

U.S. tries again to calm India over accused diplomat

WASHINGTON A senior U.S. official called India's foreign secretary on Thursday in another attempt by Washington to tamp down the furor in India over the arrest and treatment of one of its diplomats in New York.

20 Dec 2013

U.S. tries again to calm India over accused diplomat

WASHINGTON A senior U.S. official called India's foreign secretary on Thursday in another attempt by Washington to tamp down the furore in India over the arrest and treatment of one of its diplomats in New York.

20 Dec 2013

U.S. tries again to calm India over accused diplomat Khobragade

WASHINGTON A senior U.S. official called India's foreign secretary on Thursday in another attempt by Washington to tamp down the furor in India over the arrest and treatment of one of its diplomats in New York.

15 Dec 2013

EXCLUSIVE - After 'cataclysmic' Snowden affair, NSA faces winds of change

FORT MEADE, Maryland The U.S. National Security Agency has made dozens of changes in its operations and computer networks to prevent the emergence of another Edward Snowden, including potential disciplinary action, a top NSA official said on Friday, as a White House review panel recommended restraints on NSA spying.

14 Dec 2013

Exclusive - After 'cataclysmic' Snowden affair, NSA faces winds of change

FORT MEADE, Maryland The U.S. National Security Agency has made dozens of changes in its operations and computer networks to prevent the emergence of another Edward Snowden, including potential disciplinary action, a top NSA official said on Friday, as a White House review panel recommended restraints on NSA spying.

14 Dec 2013

Exclusive: After 'cataclysmic' Snowden affair, NSA faces winds of change

FORT MEADE, Maryland The U.S. National Security Agency has made dozens of changes in its operations and computer networks to prevent the emergence of another Edward Snowden, including potential disciplinary action, a top NSA official said on Friday, as a White House review panel recommended restraints on NSA spying.

14 Dec 2013

EXCLUSIVE - After 'cataclysmic' Snowden affair, NSA faces winds of change

FORT MEADE, Maryland The U.S. National Security Agency has made dozens of changes in its operations and computer networks to prevent the emergence of another Edward Snowden, including potential disciplinary action, a top NSA official said on Friday, as a White House review panel recommended restraints on NSA spying.

14 Dec 2013

Exclusive - After 'cataclysmic' Snowden affair, NSA faces winds of change

FORT MEADE, Maryland The U.S. National Security Agency has made dozens of changes in its operations and computer networks to prevent the emergence of another Edward Snowden, including potential disciplinary action, a top NSA official said on Friday, as a White House review panel recommended restraints on NSA spying.

24 Nov 2013

Former Iran hostages: amid rapprochement they still want apologies

WASHINGTON Despite humiliation, solitary confinement and having a gun held to his head during the U.S. Embassy crisis in Iran three decades ago, former hostage Bruce Laingen still favours diplomacy with Tehran. | Video

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