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Amber Strong

Politics Reporter

Following an internship with MSNBC, Amber began her career in news in her hometown of Indianapolis, Indiana. She found her niche working behind the scenes at the NBC affiliate, running audio and studio cameras. She quickly transitioned to producer and host of a weekend news magazine program. But politics beckoned. She made the move to Washington DC working as a presidential campaign field producer. Shortly thereafter, Amber was promoted to fill-in White House Correspondent for CBN NEWS, finally settling in as a Washington Correspondent. Amber lives and breathes all things politics and entertainment and has had the privilege of interviewing some of the biggest names in both industries, including Tonight Show Host Jimmy Fallon and Second Lady Karen Pence. However, her true love is sharing stories of unseen heroes giving back to the community.

Recent Work
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How Artists Continue To Fuel The Racial Justice Movement

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APScience and Health

U.S. Life Expectancy Falls Amid Pandemic

Nov. 5, 2018 file photo shows radio personality Rush Limbaugh introducing President Donald Trump

Conservative Radio Host Rush Limbaugh Dead At 70

File photo of drug bust released by the Tulare County Sheriff's Office
APScience and Health

Pandemic Isolation Cited In Drug Addiction Treatment Declines

House impeachment manager Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., speaks during second impeachment trial

Impeachment Coverage: What You Saw Depends On Where You Watched

Campaign materials at the headquarters of Kathy Barnette, Republican candidate

What The Numbers Tell Us About African Americans and the GOP

File photo, Coachella 2019
APScience and Health

The Long-Term Societal Impacts Of Life After COVID-19

President Joe Biden holds a booklet as he speaks about the coronavirus

President Biden's COVID-19 Plan Includes Reopening Schools

Shawn Perkins spraypaints a mural of Kamala Harris

For Many, Harris Evokes New Sense Of Connection To White House

File photo, Pres.-elect Biden, Vice-President-elect Harris and their spouses.

Watchdog Groups Question Biden’s Inaugural Fundraising

President Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally

Impeachment, 25th Amendment Carry Different Consequences

Lab worker with COVID-19 vaccine candidate
APScience and Health

Dose Of Truth: How Did Vaccines And Rollouts Happen So Fast?

Thabisle Khlatshwayo, receives her second shot at a vaccine trial facility.
APScience and Health

Dose Of Truth: Is The COVID Vaccine Being Used For Population Control?

Person receives coronavirus vaccine
APScience and Health

Dose Of Truth: Is The Vaccine Being Used For Sterilization Purposes?

Pfizer sign
APScience and Health

Dose Of Truth: Did Researchers Skip Key Steps In Vaccine Development?

Respiratory therapist Aminderjit Dhanoa receives a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine
APScience and Health

Dose Of Truth: Can I Be Forced Or Required To Get The Vaccine?

A syringe and vial of COVID-19 vaccine
APScience and Health

Dose Of Truth: Does The Vaccine Contain A Microchip?

Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine syringes are seen at Edward Hospital in Naperville, Ill.
APScience and Health

Dose Of Truth: Does The Vaccine Give Me COVID-19?

Newsy Interview with Dr. Deborah Birx
NewsyScience and Health

Newsy Exclusive: COVID Taskforce Coordinator Deborah Birx Will Retire

Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine is prepared at Edward Hospital in Naperville, Ill.
APScience and Health

Dose Of Truth: Will The COVID Vaccine Cause Adverse Effects?

Participants in the"Parade to the Polls" event, organized by Operation Go Vote!

What Some Black Voters Are Hoping To See From A Biden Presidency

Dr. Medell Briggs-Malonson is prepped for COVID-19 vaccine.
APScience and Health

Dose Of Truth: How Effective Are The COVID Vaccines?

Person receives shot
APScience and Health

Dose Of Truth: How Many Shots Of The Vaccine Will I Need?

An employee prepares meals at DC Central Kitchen.
DC Central KitchenScience and Health

Shelters, Food Distribution Centers Wary Of Winter Demands

A pregnant woman wearing a face mask and gloves.
APScience and Health

Lack of Pregnant Women in Vaccine Trials Raises Concerns

File photo, a volunteer receives an injection at the Chris Hani Baragwanath hospital in Soweto, Johannesburg
APScience and Health

Vaccine Skepticism Among African Americans Has Historical Roots

Photo, Wilton D. Gregory

Historic Pick of Cardinal-Designate Gregory May Have Political Impact

A masked student walks through the campus of Ball State University in Muncie, Ind.

CDC Says College Students Going Home For Thanksgiving Raise Risks

Olga Garcia prepares capirotada, a type of bread pudding.
APScience and Health

Experts: Households Only, Virtual Thanksgiving Gatherings Are Best

A demonstrator holds a sign in front of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Supreme Court Seems Favorable To Keeping Parts Of Obamacare