Dionne Searcey is an American investigative journalist. Currently, she works as a politics reporter for The New York Times in Brooklyn, New York, United States since January 2021. Previously, she served as a politics reporter from August 2019 to January 2021 and West and Central Africa Bureau Chief from Oct 2015 – Aug 2019. Before, working for NYT, Dionne served as an investigative reporter, National Legal Correspondent, and Telecom Reporter for The Wall Street Journal since 2005.
Maggie Haberman is an American journalist and correspondent. She serves as a White House correspondent for The New York Times since 2015 and a political analyst for CNN. Previously, Haberman worked as a political reporter for The New York Post, the New York Daily News, and Politico.
Nicole Hong is an American journalist and reporter. Currently, she serves as a reporter at The New York Times in Greater New York City Area. Nicole joined the station in October 2019. Prior to joining The New York Times, she worked as a legal reporter at The Wall Street Journal for 7 years since January 2015.
Jennifer Lahmers is an American journalist, television news reporter, news anchor, and model. Currently, she serves as a correspondent on Extra, a syndicated television news magazine reporting entertainment news. Prior to joining Extra, Jennifer co-anchored Good Day Wake Up on Fox 5 NY WNYW in New York City. Additionally, she worked as a reporter and weekend anchor at several local television stations such as Back9 Network, Inc., Hartford Magazine, Fox CT, The Hartford Courant, and WBBJ-TV.
Vandana Rambaran is an American journalist and reporter. Currently, she serves as a financial manager at Citi Treasury Investments Summer Associate in New York, New York, United States. Vandana joined the company in June 2021. Prior to joining Citi, she served as a News reporter at Fox News Media from April 2019 to March 2021 in New York. While there, Vandana covered news and politics at foxnews.com.
Adam Moss is an American magazine and newspaper editor. He served as the editor-in-chief of New York magazine since 2004. Under Moss’ editorship, New York has repeatedly been recognized for excellence, notably winning Magazine of the Year in 2013, and General Excellence both in print and online in 2010.
Walter Isaacson is an American author, journalist, and professor. He serves as the President and CEO of the Aspen Institute, a nonpartisan policy studies organization in Washington, D.C., the chair and CEO of CNN, and the editor of Time.
Chris Hayes is an American political commentator, television news anchor, and author. He serves as the host of All In with Chris Hayes, a weekday news and opinion television show on MSNBC. Additionally, he also hosts a weekly MSNBC podcast, Why Is This Happening?. Previously, he served as the host of a weekend MSNBC show, Up with Hayes. Moreover, he is an editor-at-large of The Nation magazine.
Katherine Halper is an American comedian, writer, filmmaker, podcaster, and political commentator. She serves as the host of the podcast The Katie Halper Show and co-host of the podcast Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi. Halper is also a co-founder and member of the comedy ensemble Laughing Liberally. Additionally, she has performed at Town Hall, The Culture Project, Symphony Space, D.C. Comedy Festival, and The Nation Magazine Cruise.
Dan Rather is an American journalist and former national evening news anchor. He commenced his career in Texas, becoming a national name after his reporting saved thousands of lives during Hurricane Carla in September 1961. Additionally, Rather spontaneously created the first radar weather report by overlaying a transparent map over a radar image of Hurricane Carla.