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A statement from White House Press Secretary Jay Carney Wednesday misspelled the name of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. Carney's statement congratulated de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo on their "remarkable work" funding a universal pre-
Not only was a seasoned TV reporter forced to walk back a legitimate news story but the story was coverage of local journalists visiting the White House for the day and what the White House Press Secretary said. Catherine Anaya is still very youthful
TV, says she was mistaken for saying members of the White House Press Corps submit questions to press secretary Jay Carney before the daily televised press briefing...Phoenix reporter Catherine Anaya now says she was mistaken for alleging the White
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney answers questions during his daily news briefing at the White House. AP What a delicious scenario: Jay Carney admitting that before he takes the podium, the assembled group of White House correspondents have
TV reporter, Catherine Anaya, reported that questions from the White House Press Corps at daily briefings must be submitted in advance so the administration has time to prepare a response, quoting Press Secretary Jay Carney as her source in a report
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney on Sunday defended the administrations record on transparency in response to New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson's allegation that it is the most secretive White House she has ever covered.<
John Miller , who recently left CBS News after a much-criticized story on the National Security Agency for 60 Minutes, has become the poster child for what's wrong with the revolving door between journalism and government. During his career, Mr.
During President Barack Obama’s end-of-the-year news conference Friday at the White House, the US president took an unexpectedly “personal” question from CNN’s Brianna Keilar on his New Year resolution for 2014.
The White House and news media representatives agreed Tuesday to work toward expanding access to President Obama's public duties to give photo journalists a less restricted view of the president at work. Participants in a White House meeting said the
Dozens of media organizations have written to you about this. ... What's being done for actually improving that access? (Via The White House ) As perhaps no one knows better than White House Press Secretary Jay Carney the press does not like to be