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
Painting of King Louis XIV
Nicolas de LargillierreLife

The Male Beginnings Of 'Feminine' Fashion

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Graduation Rates Are Dipping For Low Income Students

Woman uses a computer at a restaurant

Remote Work May Ramp Up Productivity, But Workers Feel Isolated

Minor Threat performs onstage

Straight Edge: The Subgenre That Turned A Counterculture On Its Head

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Newsy/Caroline CarterBusiness

Dream Jobs: Home Stager

Milk on a table
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More People Want Milk — Just Not From Cows

Man in doctor's office
University of Washington School of MedicineScience and Health

Is The Future Of Contraception Male?

Federal Reserve building
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How The Federal Reserve's Size Lets It Influence Interest Rates

Brain making connections
National Institute of HealthScience and Health

Memories Shape Brain Development⏤ Forgetting Regulates That Process

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Newsy/Mai Nolasco-CarranzaBusiness

Dream Jobs: Non-Profit Advocate

A cat
Newsy/Nathan BrinerU.S.

The Vivid Inner Worlds Of Animals

Beyonce Coachella Concert
Getty ImagesU.S.

Does Every Pop Song Really Sound The Same?

Chance Seales and Rep. Paul Tonko

Trump Administration Considers Freezing Federal Gas Mileage Targets

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Our Affinity For Fairness Is Not Unique To Humans

Herbs on a table
Newsy/ Megan SmithBusiness

Dream Jobs: Food Stylist

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How Business Casual Became The Norm And Re-dressed The Workforce

Newsy's Chance Seales with journalist Anna Fifield
Eric Lochstamfor/ NewsyWorld

Inside North Korea: From Meth To Elite Millennials And Kim Jong-Un

Office workers
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Open Salary Models Hold Risks and Benefits

Plants and flowers
Mai Carranza-Nolasco, Megan SmithBusiness

Dream Jobs: Landscape Architect

Former U.S. Navy Admiral William H. McRaven

Admiral McRaven Talks Life, Saddam Hussein And Millennials

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Starting A Hobby Supercharges Brain Cells

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'Passions' Are Cultivated Not Discovered

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The Forever Worker: Companies Can't Get Americans To Take Vacations

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Classifying 'Middle Class' Is Messy Business

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Newsy/ Eric LochstamforBusiness

Dream Jobs: Photographer

Graphic of Norman Bates from "Psycho"
Newsy/Nathan BrinerU.S.

What Attracts Us To Some Villains More Than Others?

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Small Towns See A 'Brain Gain' As People Grow Tired Of Cities

Chance Seales and Charlie Slowes in Nats seats
Megan Smith/NewsyBusiness

Dream Jobs: Sports Announcer

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Getty ImagesScience and Health

There's A Reason 'Pet Parents' Are So Common Now

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Newsy/ Megan SmithBusiness

Dream Jobs: Veterinarian