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
Capitol Hill tour guide
Newsy/Mai Nolasco CarranzaBusiness

Dream Jobs: Capitol Tour Guide

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The Regional Dialects Of The Internet

Woman on a therapist's couch

To Help Suicidal Teens Recover, Doctors Appoint 'Caring Adults'

Chance Seales and bull rider Sean Willingham
Newsy / Mai Nolasco-Carranza / Matt AnzurBusiness

Dream Jobs: Bull Rider

Hands on computer
Getty ImagesScience and Health

'People Search Sites' Make Money Selling Access To Public Documents

A Kurdish refugee mother and son in a camp in southeastern Turkey
Getty ImagesWorld

Who Are The Kurdish People?

Witch trial
Joseph E. BakerU.S.

The Serious Study of Imaginary Friends

Dawson Saint Jour
Newsy/Matt Anzur/Megan SmithBusiness

Dream Jobs: Fitness Influencer

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Getty ImagesU.S.

Those That Dread Talking On The Phone

Lab coats on a rack
Getty ImagesScience and Health

The Social Science Studies That Can't Be Replicated

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Newsy/Nathan BrinerU.S.

How Judges Consider Gender In Sentencing

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As Resale Markets Grow, So Has The Need For 'Authenticators'

Jonte Lee talking
Newsy/Matt AnzurBusiness

Dream Jobs: STEM Teacher

A neighborhood
Getty ImagesU.S.

Which Neighborhood You Grow Up In Can Predict Your Income As An Adult

A young transgender woman looking in a bathroom mirror

The Origins Of The LGBTQIA+ Acronym

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Newsy/ Nathan BrinerPolitics

Examining Fairness In Cable News

Captain Jon Moro
Megan SmithBusiness

Dream Jobs: Ship Captain

Houses in California
Getty ImagesPolitics

The Political And Predictive Power Of Dynamic Scoring

Man looking through VR headset
Getty ImagesScience and Health

Why Experts Can't Rule Out The Possibility We Live In A Simulation

Kyle Dargan
Newsy/ Matt AnzurBusiness

Dream Jobs: Literature Professor

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Getty ImagesU.S.

When A Musician Dies, What Should Happen To Their Unreleased Work?

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Matt Anzur/NewsyBusiness

Dream Jobs: Translator

Nurse and patient
Getty ImagesPolitics

The Link Between Cost And Quality In American Health Care

Happied app
Matt Anzur NewsyBusiness

Dream Jobs: Happy Hour Entrepreneur

Baby and parent with matching tattoos
Getty ImagesScience and Health

Why Some Scientists Think Newborns Look More Like Their Dads

Chance Seales talks with Pastor Julie Pennington-Russell
Newsy/Megan SmithBusiness

Dream Jobs: Pastor

Portrait of King Charles II
Wikimedia CommonsU.S.

Power May Corrupt, But Only By Heightening Existing Personality Traits

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Megan Smith/ NewsyBusiness

Dream Jobs: Muralist

Man taking a photo on a hike
Getty ImagesU.S.

Leave No Trace: Treating The Wilderness Like A Museum

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Getty ImagesU.S.

'Stage Jitters' Could Have Developed During Humanity's Primitive Days