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Life for an NBC News correspondent can be hectic. Events mess with your life. Television and the Web are demanding. Have a look at the recent work of Tom Costello, a Washington, D.C.-based correspondent for NBC News. According to Nexis, Costello:
• On June 10 did a story for “NBC Nightly News” on the diabetes epidemic.
• On June 10 did a story for the “Today” show on a fatal limo accident in New Jersey.
• On June 9 did a story for “NBC Nightly News” on the New Jersey accident.
• On June 5 did a story for “NBC Nightly News” on the General Motors safety scandal.
• On June 4 did a story for the “Today” show on news regarding missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
• On June 4 did a story for “NBC Nightly News” about people pointing lasers at aircraft.
• On June 3 did a story for “NBC Nightly News” on food-borne illnesses.
Idea established: A network correspondent job can be a nonstop experience.
A Nexis byline search for “Tom Costello” on NBC News transcripts in the period since Chelsea Clinton started at NBC News fetches 413 hits.
A Nexis byline search for Chelsea Clinton herself over that same time period fetches 20 hits.
Here’s a look at some of the stuff she has done.
She interviewed the Geico gecko, asking the little creature, “Now gecko, do people recognize you on the street?” And, “Is there a downside to all this fame?”
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Peter Strzok, who was pulled off Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigative team last year, played a more central role than previously known in both the Russia and Hillary Clinton email probes, a lawmaker familiar with the matter told Fox News Tuesday.
The lawmaker's assessment of Strzok's role in both investigations was based on the most recent records and testimony, including a closed-door interview with FBI espionage chief Bill Priestap.
Priestap was interviewed Tuesday as part of an ongoing joint investigation by the House Judiciary and Oversight committees. Priestap was Strzok's supervisor and oversaw both the Russia and Clinton investigations.
The ISI probably learnt about OBL [Osama bin Laden] and he was handed over to the United States according to a mutually agreed process,” Durrani wrote.
n the run-up to North Korea’s first summit with the United States, Pyongyang has replaced its top three defense officials, according to South Korea news agency Yonhap and other media reports.
It is unclear whether Kim Jong-un is removing hardliners – who dominated military policy last year, when Pyongyang-Washington tensions were at their apex – from the high command ahead of his upcoming summit with Donald Trump, or is simply replacing old figures.
All the newly promoted officials are younger than their predecessors, including 63-year-old Ri Yong-gil, who is 21 years younger than Ri Myong-su, Reuters reported.