Zolan Kanno-Youngs

Zolan Kanno-Youngs

@KannoYoungs

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@nytimes White House Correspondent | @CNN Analyst | Former DHS reporter | WSJ Alum | Dabbling in screenwriting | Cantabridgian | zolan.kanno-youngs@nytimes.com

Washington, DC
Joined on January 04, 2013
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Quoted @POTUS

Our family lost our loving companion Champ today. I will miss him. https://t.co/sePqXBIAsE

Our family lost our loving companion Champ today. I will miss him. https://t.co/sePqXBIAsE

Oh no!! RIP, sweet Champ. 🥺 https://t.co/7gVzwrWEY2

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New: With the review of Emergent's AstraZeneca doses ongoing, the Biden administration is working ahead of a June 30 deadline to replace them with doses from other manufacturers that would be shared overseas. w/@SherylNYT @SharonLNYT https://t.co/NtdZZUyMSr

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My story from October on the plight of Iraqis and Afghans who risked their lives for American service members. https://t.co/xnaz8Cs5Uk

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Lawmakers Rush to Help Afghans Seeking Visas for Helping the U.S. https://t.co/JvTrFLqMjh @lukebroadwater

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A family affair: Children and other relatives of Biden aides get administration jobs. “‘Not as bad as Trump’ cannot be the new standard,” said Walter Shaub. An in-depth look from @WaPoSean @michaelscherer: https://t.co/0jpmBhyxov

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Biden says people of color have accounted for more than half of all Covid-19 vaccinations across the country in the last month.

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I've said it before, I will say it again: You can take the boy out of City Hall, but you can't take City Hall out of the boy. The indomitable @jdawsey1 (a GNY alum) reports on Tuesday's race for the Democratic nomination for New York City mayor. https://t.co/SSix0h1WC4

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The morning after George Floyd’s death—before cable networks had picked up the video—Kushner told a senior staff meeting that the story was about to dominate. Mark Meadows brushed it off.

“Nobody is going to care about that,” Meadows said.

Buy the book! https://t.co/JNQGy3eXPc https://t.co/M4UcXVtZCo
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The morning after George Floyd’s death—before cable networks had picked up the video—Kushner told a senior staff meeting that the story was about to dominate. Mark Meadows brushed it off. “Nobody is going to care about that,” Meadows said. Buy the book! https://t.co/JNQGy3eXPc https://t.co/M4UcXVtZCo

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Quoted @rebeccadobrien

GNY editor @fanellijames inherited a section that was shrunken – but not diminished! – by tough layoffs in 2016. He and a team of great editors and colleagues kept the section going in great force.

there are not enough characters to express my gratitude to @fanellijames or explain the kind of editor/boss he has been, especially over the last hellish year. https://t.co/c9yCRu6Vaj

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NEWS: The Biden administration is making a new $3 B push to develop antiviral medicines to treat Covid-19. If all goes well, pills could be available by the end of the year. @carlzimmer has the scoop & exclusive interview with Tony Fauci. https://t.co/MQDJMdCs0B

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Thank you all for the very kind words. I've been through this before but it's always disheartening, especially after the last year+.

I'll still be reporting until the end, on July 9. I hear there's some big stuff happening in New York City next week, and I'm not going to miss it https://t.co/NRYVytJCMx

Thank you all for the very kind words. I've been through this before but it's always disheartening, especially after the last year+. I'll still be reporting until the end, on July 9. I hear there's some big stuff happening in New York City next week, and I'm not going to miss it https://t.co/NRYVytJCMx

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Quoted @katie_honan

Thank you all for the very kind words. I've been through this before but it's always disheartening, especially after the last year+. I'll still be reporting until the end, on July 9. I hear there's some big stuff happening in New York City next week, and I'm not going to miss it https://t.co/NRYVytJCMx

Thank you all for the very kind words. I've been through this before but it's always disheartening, especially after the last year+.

I'll still be reporting until the end, on July 9. I hear there's some big stuff happening in New York City next week, and I'm not going to miss it https://t.co/NRYVytJCMx

A pro. So lucky to have been teammates. https://t.co/qdhqq0ohPY

Biden signs into law Juneteenth national holiday, calls it one of the greatest honors he will have as president: https://t.co/hzCXmrIZ9K

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Quoted @efindell

.@GovAbbott news of the day: Texas is going to build a wall and jail lots of people and taxpayers and donors are going to pay for it https://t.co/vsUMzGJM4m

The $250 million that's going toward the Texas border wall is coming out of the budget for Texas prisons, which are already so under-funded that most don't have air conditioning, per @efindell https://t.co/vB5XoDjv5n

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This email I received today about a recent story with @ChapmanReports sums up what a loss the end of @WSJNY will be for NYC and for the region. It's been a privilege to follow in the footsteps of and work with so many talented reporters. 

Story: https://t.co/rhMfVlkPX7 https://t.co/Fk547WLUzL

This email I received today about a recent story with @ChapmanReports sums up what a loss the end of @WSJNY will be for NYC and for the region. It's been a privilege to follow in the footsteps of and work with so many talented reporters. Story: https://t.co/rhMfVlkPX7 https://t.co/Fk547WLUzL

Quoted @rebeccadobrien

In its 11-year existence, WSJ’s Greater New York section and its team of scrappy, resourceful reporters consistently delivered scoops, news, and originality. More eloquent tributes will surely follow, but a quick shoutout to the current @WSJNY team (a short thread):

—-> https://t.co/BP6uPEZUE3

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Quoted @rebeccadobrien

In its 11-year existence, WSJ’s Greater New York section and its team of scrappy, resourceful reporters consistently delivered scoops, news, and originality. More eloquent tributes will surely follow, but a quick shoutout to the current @WSJNY team (a short thread):

The creation of that section lit a fire under the NYT to bolster metro coverage. Ads featuring @WRashbaum started appearing in taxis https://t.co/pcayumQLSo

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Very excited about WSJ’s new initiatives. But wanted to say how sad I am about the loss of GNY. I am immensely honored to have been an inaugural staffer & wicked proud of this scrappy team that consistently punched above its weight. Big shout out to all of GNY, past and present. https://t.co/OgI08KOPhy

Very excited about WSJ’s new initiatives. But wanted to say how sad I am about the loss of GNY. I am immensely honored to have been an inaugural staffer & wicked proud of this scrappy team that consistently punched above its weight. Big shout out to all of GNY, past and present. https://t.co/OgI08KOPhy

Quoted @maxwelltani

In an email this morning, WSJ EIC Matt Murray announced the paper is shutting down its "Greater New York" section on July 9, asking staff to apply for other jobs in the newsroom.

Awful, awful, awful to see the journal end GNY for the second time. A once mighty section with a lot of incredible reporters. https://t.co/iAUXgZihv8

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