Brianna Ehley

Atlantic Media to Unveil New State-Focused Site: Route Fifty

The Atlantic's Government Executive is launching a new spin off site in the next few months called Route Fifty, that will exclusively focus on state and local governments across the U.S.

NBC News Suspends Brian Williams For 6 Months Without Pay

Williams was notified of his suspension earlier today. The "Nightly News" team was told after the broadcast

The Guardian’s Newest Columnist: Chelsea Manning

She was charged with 22 offenses and is serving a 35-year prison sentence

Kate Glassman Bennett to Be Politico’s New Gossip Girl

Washingtonian editor and veteran gossip columnist Kate Glassman Bennett will join Politico at the end of the month to launch D.C.'s newest gossip column--The KGB File

FishbowlDC Founder Garrett Graff Named Editor of Politico Magazine

Politico Magazine has a new editor -- and it's none other than FishbowlDC's own founder -- Garrett Graff

Celebrating 10 Years of FishbowlDC, Catching Up With Former FBDCers

It’s hard to believe it’s already been 10 years since FishbowlDC first popped up in Washington. Here, we catch up with the blog's founder, Garrett Graff

The Huffington Post Scoops Up Three Former TNR Journos

The Huffington Post just scooped up two former executive editors and an award-winning reporter from the sinking ship that is The New Republic. Rachel Morris and Greg Veis, former TNR […]

Four More Resign From The New Republic Under Chris Hughes

It’s getting even quieter over at The New Republic. Four more employees have resigned from the progressive magazine amid turmoil over the new leadership just ahead of the new year. Managing […]

AP’s Senior Nat Sec Reporter Lara Jakes Heads to Foreign Policy

The Associated Press’s award-winning national security reporter, Lara Jakes,  is heading over to Foreign Policy to be the magazine’s new deputy managing editor, FP’s editor and CEO David Rothkopf announced in […]

DC Journo Sues St. Louis County Over Ferguson Arrest

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a lawsuit Tuesday on behalf of Trey Yingst, a Washington-based reporter for News2Share, against St. Louis County and St. Louis Police Lieutenant James Vollmer […]