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Christian Bryant

Host, "In the Loop"

Christian Bryant is host of Newsy’s “In the Loop.” Every weeknight, Christian and a cast of reporters take a distinctive deep dive into a wide range of topics and showcase unique stories about everyday people. Before joining Newsy, he studied English at Morehouse College and journalism at the University of Missouri. Christian is a dabbling musician and an apologetic North Carolinian.

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Pop Quiz: Can You Fall In Love With A Fictional Character?

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Pop Quiz: How Would New York Survive A Superhero Movie?

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Behind The Scenes Of The Scripps Spelling Bee With LeVar Burton

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LeVar Burton On Getting The Call To Host The Scripps Spelling Bee

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In Real Life: DIY Pharma

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How Gen Z Has Powered Protests For Racial Justice

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How Can U.S. Businesses Handle Coronavirus Concerns In The Workplace?

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Facebook Removes Video Revealing Virginia Lawmaker's Home Address

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Education Unions: Active Shooter Drills Shouldn't Involve Students

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Virginia's Lobby Day Was A Watershed Moment For Gun Owners

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Second Amendment Sanctuaries Nearly Doubled In 50 Days

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Chicago Gun Violence Prevention Gets A Boost From Weed Sales In 2020

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The Battle Over Guns Went Local In 2019

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How $25M Can Improve What We Know About Gun Violence

Parents of Sandy Hook Elementary massacre victims.
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Sandy Hook Families' Lawsuit Against Gun Manufacturer Gets Trial Date

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Michael Bloomberg Unveils Gun Plan For Presidential Campaign

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SCOTUS Questions Whether NYC Handgun Case Is Still A Live Controversy

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First SCOTUS Guns Case In A Decade Could Help Expand Gun Rights

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