Chance Seales

Chance Seales


Chance Seales hosts Scripps News' evening show "Scripps News Reports." He's led national coverage of presidents, Congress and the Supreme Court from Washington for broadcast companies like Nexstar and Media General, and worked at Scripps News in its earliest days. Chance is a proud Missouri native, now living in D.C. with his husband and twin sons.

Recent Work
Children attend school
John Locher / APScience and Health

How To Understand And Watch For Signs Of Child Abuse

A man holds a sign advocating for monkeypox vaccine access
Haven Daley / APScience and Health

Tracking The Spread Of Monkeypox In The U.S.

A back door at Robb Elementary School
Jae C. Hong / APU.S.

Texas Police: Teacher Closed Propped-Open Door Before Attack

A family pays their respects next to crosses bearing the names of Tuesday's shooting victims at Robb Elementary School
Jae C. Hong / APU.S.

Uvalde Seeks Answers On Law Enforcement's Response To School Shooting


Fighter In Chief: The Volodymyr Zelenskyy Story

Ukrainian servicemen sit atop armored personnel carriers
Vadim Ghirda / APWorld

How The Russia Invasion Unfolded

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger
Ron Harris / APPolitics

Georgia Secretary Of State Addresses Concerns Over Election Policies

Former White House national security aide Fiona Hill testifies during a public impeachment hearing of then-President Trump
Jose Luis Magana / APPolitics

Interview: Fiona Hill on Political Division, Former President Trump

Jelani Day
Day Family / NewsyU.S.

Jelani Day's Mother Speaks To Newsy About His Disappearance

Washington, D.C.
Newsy StaffPolitics

Dueling Protests Expected in Washington, D.C. On Saturday

A worker collects absentee ballots for counting in New York.
John Minchillo / APPolitics

New York Is Still Counting Mail-In Ballots

A vaccine syringe
 Science and Health

COVID Vaccine Could Affect Sharks

An Apple iPhone

Apple Teases iPhone Updates

Cleaning up damage from Hurricane Delta

Louisiana Cleans Up After Multiple Hurricanes

A voting sign in Atlanta

Georgia Begins In-Person Early Voting

Facebook logo

Facebook Cracks Down On Holocaust Denial

Jason Rezaian on newsy

Jason Rezaian Talks About Living in Isolation

Chance Seales interviews Urban Winery worker
Andrew Shafer / NewsyBusiness

Dream Jobs: Urban Winery

George Washington University basketball coach Jamion Christian stands with players

Dream Jobs: College Basketball Coach


Deadlier Than The Flu: What China's Coronavirus Statistics Mean

Diane Rehm

Diane Rehm On The 'Right-To-Die' Movement And Her New Book

Firefighter approaches truck
Megan Smith / Andrew ShaferBusiness

Dream Jobs: Firefighter

Bresca team has a meeting
Newsy/ Matt AnzurBusiness

Dream Jobs: Michelin Star Chef

Sarah Hurwitz and Chance Seales
Newsy/ Megan SmithBusiness

Dream Jobs: Speechwriter And Author

Susanne Reber
Newsy/Megan SmithBusiness

Dream Jobs: Podcaster

Art consultant Nina Caccioppoli O'Neil takes a photo of flowers.

Dream Jobs: Art Consultant

Andrew Marantz

Andrew Marantz On How Extremist Groups Recruit Using Social Media

Session of Congress in the early 1900s
U.S. Library of CongressPolitics

The Traits That Once Predicted Who Would Be Elected To Congress

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Newsy/Megan SmithBusiness

Dream Jobs: Musical Theater Actor

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Getty ImagesU.S.

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