Reince Priebus is an American lawyer and politician currently working as the President of Michael Best & Friedrich LLP. He is also a political analyst for CBS News. Before joining Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, Reince was the White House Chief of Staff for President Trump from January 20, 2017, to July 31, 2017, after handling his resignation on July 27.
Otis Livingston is an American sports anchor for CBS2 flagship station, WCBS-TV on weekdays since 2009. He is a multiple Emmy award winner who had the honors of carrying the Olympic torch through Harlem, part of a world torch tour leading up to the Summer Olympics at Athens in 2004. Otis was also a member of the Kansas University basketball team that won the national title in 1988. Before joining CBS, he was working for NBC as a sports anchor.
Steven Fabian is an American journalist and correspondent for INSIDE EDITION since September 2011. He is best known for braving the cold air to give viewers the tips for surviving the icy waters of a frozen lake and also traveled to the Bahamas to swim in the open air with the wild sharks. Previously, Fabian was the host of “RightThisMinute” airing organized nationwide before joining INSIDE EDITION.
Jennifer McLogan is an American Television News reporter for the CBS flagship station, WCBS-TV in New York. She first joined the station in 1982, before moving to NBC News to work as a correspondent in 1984. Jennifer rejoined WCBS in 1993 reporting from the Long Island. Before rejoining WCBS, she was working for WBBM-TV as a reporter in Chicago.
Jenna DeAngelis is an American Emmy-nominated morning news reporter for CBS2 News. She has acquired skills in writing, reporting, shooting, and editing from her own stories. Jenna has also worked on-air as a news anchor, investigative reporter, and traffic reporter. Before joining CBS2 in March 2018, she worked for Hartford, Conn., and Myrtle Beach, S.C. as a reporter.
Charlie D’Agata is an American journalist and foreign correspondent for CBS News based in London. Previously, he was working for APTN in London as a correspondent.
Mumia Abu-Jamal is an American political activist, author, and radio journalist who was sentenced for the 1981 murder of Philadelphia Police officer, Daniel Faulkner and sentenced to death in 1982. He is best known for his writings and narration on the criminal justice system in the USA while he was still on death row.
Kristine Johnson is a Filipino-born American journalist and anchor for CBS flagship station WCBS-Tv at 5 p.m and 11 p.m newscasts in New York. She is also a fill-in anchor for This Morning, anchors weekly on CBSN, and also files reports for the CBS Sunday morning. Before joining CBS, Kristine was working for MSNBC as an anchor for daytime coverage.
Andrea Grymes is an American journalist and reporter for CBS2 based in New York. She is currently working as the general assignment reporter and co-anchor for CBS2 weekend morning casts. Andrea realized her passion for broadcasting when she was 16 years old after the delivery of the 9/11 terrorist attacks news in New York and Washington D.C. In her journalism career, she has covered on Prince Harry’s visit to Harlem, post- Superstorm Sandy rebuilding efforts, and the efforts taken by local security after the Boston Marathon Bombings. Before joining CBS2, Andrea was working for WNYW-TV from March 2013 in New York.
Jaime Harrison is an American politician and a former lobbyist currently working as the chairman of the Democratic National Committee. Previously, he was the chair of the South Carolina Democratic Party. In addition, Jaime unsuccessful ran against incumbent senator Lindsey Graham in the 2020 election for the South Carolina U.S. Senate seat.