S.E. is a nationally syndicated columnist, author and commentator. She is author of the book Losing Our Religion: The Liberal Media’s Attack on Christianity and co-author of the book Why You’re Wrong About the Right. She’s also a features contributor at Glamour Magazine. She is a CNN contributor, where she hosts the digital series Outside with Insiders.
S.E. is a columnist at the New York Daily News. She has been published in the Washington Post, The Detroit Free Press, The American Spectator, Politico, the Daily Caller, Slate, Maxim, NASCAR.com, Sports Illustrated, Human Events, FoxNews.com, CNN.com, and elsewhere. She was a consultant on the HBO program, The Newsroom.
She has appeared on dozens of television and radio shows, including Real Time with Bill Maher,...
Katty Kay (pronounced CAT-TEE) is an anchor for BBC World News America in Washington.
Kay’s career with the BBC began in Zimbabwe in 1990 where she started filing radio reports for BBC World Service radio. From there she also covered the end of apartheid in South Africa.
Kay then went on to work as a BBC correspondent in London, and later Tokyo, reporting on stories including the Kobe earthquake and the Japanese economic recession. She settled in Washington in 1996 where she took some time out of broadcast journalism to join The Times’ Washington bureau before returning to the BBC in 2002.
From Washington, Kay covers the full gamut of American and global affairs – reporting on U.S. elections, the White House, Congress, Wall Street, global economies and world...
Van Jones is a CNN political contributor, regularly appearing across the network’s programming and special political coverage.
Jones has founded and led numerous social enterprises engaged in social and environmental justice.
– The Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, which promotes criminal justice reform
– Color of Change, which works for racial fairness through its one million members
– Rebuild The Dream, a 21st Century “think tank” that champions innovative solutions to fix the U.S. economy and uplift the next generation.
– The Dream Corps, which promotes innovative policy solutions. The Dream Corps’ major initiatives are: #YesWeCode, committed to helping train 100,000 low-opportunity...
An Emmy, Peabody, duPont, Loeb award winner and New York Times best-selling author, David Faber is a co-anchor of CNBC’s Squawk on the Street (Monday – Friday 9am-12pm ET) and an anchor and co-producer of CNBC’s acclaimed original documentaries and long-form programming.
During the day, Faber breaks news and provides in-depth analysis on a range of business topics during the “Faber Report.” In his 18 years at CNBC, Faber has broken many big financial stories including the massive fraud at WorldCom, the bailout of the hedge fund Long Term Capital Management, and Rupert Murdoch’s unsolicited bid for Dow Jones.
Faber has reported nine documentaries for CNBC for which he has received Loeb, Emmy, Peabody and duPont awards.
Jan Crawford is CBS News’ Political Correspondent. She also serves as CBS News Chief Legal Correspondent and contributes regularly to the CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley, CBS This Morning, and Face The Nation, as well as CBS Radio News and CBSNews.com. Crawford joined CBS News in October 2009. She had been a regular contributor to CBS News in 2005 to 2006.
Crawford previously worked as a ABC News Legal Correspondent based in Washington, D.C. covering the Supreme Court and national legal issues. She provided legal analysis for all ABC News platforms.
Crawford’s career highlights include securing interviews with both Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. and Justice John Paul Stevens. In his first television interview, Chief Justice Roberts discussed the court,...
Stephen A. Smith, along with Max Kellerman, is a featured commentator on ESPN’s First Take weekdays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. ET, discussing and debating the sports topics of the day. He joined First Take on a permanent basis in 2012.
In September 2014, Smith began hosting the daily Stephen A. Smith Show on SiriusXM’s Mad Dog Sports Radio.The two-hour show is produced and broadcast from ESPN Audio’s headquarters in Bristol, Conn.
From 2011 until 2014, Smith hosted a two-hour (1-3 p.m.), weekday local show on ESPN Radio 98.7FM in New York. For one year, starting in 2011, he also hosted a local show on ESPN LA 710AM in Los Angeles, covering both coasts.
Smith made a variety of contributions to ESPN from 2003-08. Smith hosted The Stephen A. Smith Show on ESPN...
Bakari Sellers made history in 2006 when, at just 22 years old, he defeated a 26-year incumbent State Representative to become the youngest member of the South Carolina state legislature and the youngest African American elected official in the nation. In 2014 he was the Democratic Nominee for Lt. Governor in the state of South Carolina.
Earning his undergraduate degree from Morehouse College, where he served as student body president, and his law degree from the University of South Carolina, Sellers has followed in the footsteps of his father, civil rights leader Cleveland Sellers, in his tireless commitment to service taking championing progressive policies to address issues ranging from education and poverty to preventing domestic violence and childhood obesity.
SuChin Pak has been hosting and reporting for TV since she was 16. From teen news programs to covering youth news on KGO-TV (ABC Affiliate, San Francisco), she continued to work in television through college, becoming the youngest host of PBS’ longest running science show, Newton’s Apple.
She moved to New York City in 2000 to host a two-hour live talk show for young women, Trackers on the (then) new start up network, Oxygen. From there, she began her long career as a correspondent for MTV News. From co-hosting the pre-shows at the MTV Video Music Awards, MTV Movie Awards, the Grammys and delivering the news to the network’s flagship show, TRL, SuChin has interviewed some of the biggest names in music and entertainment.
She is most proud of her work as...
As an award-winning anchor and correspondent, Elizabeth Vargas has traveled the world covering breaking news stories, reporting in-depth investigations, and conducting newsmaker interviews. Currently the co-anchor of ABC’s 20/20 with David Muir, Vargas was credited by The New York Times for reinvigorating the newsmagazine format with her “intellectually brave” reporting.
During the historic Iraqi elections in December 2005, she reported extensively for World News Tonight from Baghdad on both civilian life in Iraq and American military involvement there. She has interviewed leaders from around the world, including President Bush from the Oval Office in the White House. Vargas has also anchored ABC News coverage of live, breaking stories, including the deaths of President...
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jonathan Capehart is a member of The Washington Post editorial board, writes about politics and social issues for the PostPartisan blog and hosts the Cape Up podcast. He is also an MSNBC Contributor, who has served as a substitute anchor, and has served as a substitute host on The Leonard Lopate Show on WNYC New York Public Radio.
Capehart is a regular moderator of panels at the Aspen Ideas Festival and for the Aspen Institute, the Center for American Progress and at the Atlantic Dialogues conference and the Brussels Forum of the German Marshall Fund. He has also moderated sessions at the Atlantic’s Washington Ideas Forum and for the Connecticut Forum.
Between his column, podcast, panel moderating and substitute hosting, Capehart has...
As seen on CNBC, FOXBusiness, and BNN, Andy is a trusted expert for millions of viewers and his views are highly sought after both in the press and by politicians. He electrifies audiences globally, speaking on the core of economics, politics, culture and the media. His upbeat and humorous style has been crafted over five years of weekly appearances talking politics with Maria Bartiromo on CNBC and two years as an analyst on CNBC’s Money in Motion. Andy breaks down complex economic issues and makes them relevant to people’s lives, families, and careers.
While appearing on CNBC, Andy held the role of Global Currency and Public Policy Strategist for Bank of Montreal, one of Canada’s leading investment banks. His radio show, Engage with Andy Busch brings top minds together...
Mike Huckabee was the 44th Governor of Arkansas from 1996 until 2007, becoming one of the longest serving Governors in his state’s history, and was only the fourth Republican elected to any statewide office since Reconstruction, serving longer than the other three combined. He left a legacy of tax cuts, job creation, the reconstruction of his state’s road system, K-16 education reform, and a nationally heralded and duplicated health initiative that focused on the less expensive approach of prevention than the costly big-government approach of intervention. His administration fought long-standing corruption in the state’s political machine, resulting in numerous indictments and convictions of powerful legislators and other elected officials.
In his campaign for the...