Christian Bryant

Christian Bryant

Christian Bryant


Christian Bryant is co-host of "Scripps News Tonight." Every weeknight, Christian, Chance Seales, and a team of Scripps News reporters take a deep dive into the news of the day. Before joining Scripps News, he studied English at Morehouse College and journalism at the University of Missouri. Christian is a dabbling musician and an apologetic North Carolinian.

Recent Work
Sen. John Cornyn

To Reduce Mass Shootings, GOP Senators Focus Partly On Mental Health

Nevada Firearms Coalition President Don Turner

Where Do Gun Owners Stand On Popular Gun Reform Proposals?

A man fills out his Federal background check paperwork.

How Federal Background Checks For Gun Sales Fall Short

Pile of handguns

What California Data Tells Us About 'Red Flag' Laws And Mass Shootings

A member of the Guardian Patriots at the U.S.-Mexico border

Are Armed 'Guardian Patriots' At US-Mexico Border Breaking The Law?

A woman walks by a mural in downtown El Paso.

Border Closure Delayed, But Anxiety Still High For El Paso Community

Mothers hold pictures of children they lost to gun violence

How Chicago's Gun Violence Sits In Survivors' Bones

Neo-Nazis protest outside Skokie Holocaust museum dedication.

White Supremacy Is A Global Issue That Needs A Global Response

HBO's "Leaving Neverland"

'Leaving Neverland' And The Reality Of Child Sexual Abuse

Pastor Jamie Frazier of Lighthouse Church Chicago.

How An Inclusive Church Works To End Black Queer Violence

Alfonso Ribeiro performs "The Carlton" on TV

Why 'The Carlton' And The 'Milly Rock' Can't Legally Be Copyrighted

A demonstrator near R. Kelly's studio in Chicago

Why Don't We Believe Black Sexual Assault Survivors?

A man on the South Side of Chicago receives coffee and clothes from The Night Ministry outreach bus

Helping The Homeless In Frigid Weather Goes Beyond Temporary Shelters

Glass of water

The Government Shutdown Could Affect Our Drinking Water — Here's How

A person prepares to use heroin intravenously

America's Opioid-Related Deaths Go Beyond Mexican Heroin

President Donald Trump holds up a copy of the Federal Commission on School Safety report.

Trump's School Safety Panel Targets Discipline Policy On Minorities

Atticus Finch and his daughter, Scout, sitting on a porch in 1962's "To Kill A Mockingbird."

How Porches Are More Than Just A Backdrop in 'To Kill A Mockingbird'

Jaime Valdez casts a ballot from his home.

Election Fraud Claims Hold Up One Of The Last Undecided Midterm Races

James Brady, former White House Press Secretary under the Reagan Administration, visits the White House with his wife Sarah.

How The Brady Bill Changed The Discussion Around Gun Reform

Georgia voter stickers lay on a table at C.T. Martin Natatorium and Recreation Center in Atlanta, Georgia.

How A 2013 SCOTUS Ruling Is Affecting The Midterms

Honduran immigrants travel north within Guatemala.

Why Honduran Migrants — Especially Women — Are Heading North

Neil deGrasse Tyson in 2018 speaking about climate change.

Neil deGrasse Tyson On Climate Change's 'New Normal'

A welcome sign in Princeville, North Carolina

Perseverance In Flood-Prone Princeville, America's First Black Town

Interstate 40 in North Carolina covered in floodwater.

What A Bird's-Eye View Can Tell Us About Flood Devastation

Beach erosion at Oak Island, NC has placed many homes in danger October 4, 1999.

North Carolina Has History With Deadly, Slow-Moving Storms

Mac Miller pictured in 2013.

Mac Miller Remembered For His Honesty And Kindness

Lana Del Rey performing in 2017

Music Is A Battlefield In The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

A U.S. Forest Service poster from 1943 gives us a glimpse at how the government agency encouraged citizens to prevent fires.

How The US Used Nationalism To Prevent Wildfires

Mariana Ibarra with her son in El Paso, Texas

A Mother's Journey From Violence In Mexico To Legal Limbo In The US

Lauren Ridloff and Kenny Leon in 2018.

Director Kenny Leon Had Much To Learn From Deaf Actress Lauren Ridloff