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
Rudy Martinez shows off his commutation letter from President Barack Obama.

How One Man Is Rebuilding His Life After A Commuted Life Sentence

Fats Domino pictures in 1962

Rock 'N' Roll Legend Fats Domino Meant The Most To New Orleans

Protesters demonstrating in St. Louis.

'Shut It Down': Using Economic Disruption To Force Reform

A protester and a police officer stare each other down in St. Louis, Missouri.

In St. Louis, Officer Acquittal Follows A Familiar Pattern

Virginia State Police stand in riot gear in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Why Race Isn't Part Of A National Police Crime Database

Children reading at the National Book Foundation's Book-Rich Environments Initiative launch.

What Does The Word Gap Mean For Kindergarten Students?

A sculpture of a child slave at the Whitney Plantation in Wallace, Louisiana

Black People Need Reparations, White Supremacist Thinking Needs Repair

Statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Why Confederate Monuments Exist In The First Place

A woman from the Chicago-area gun club Ladies of Steel fires a handgun.

Promoting Black Gun Ownership In Gun-Violent Chicago

Ava DuVernay speaking in Los Angeles in 2017.

Ava DuVernay To Direct Netflix Series On Central Park Five

Hands tied behind someone's back

How Should Police Handle Children When Detaining Their Parents?

Director of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Nick Lyon.

Michigan Health Chief Charged With Manslaughter In Flint Water Crisis

A mural of Michelle Obama as an Egyptian queen on Chicago's South Side.

What Artists Can Learn From A Michelle Obama Mural

A student in a math class

AP Report Highlights School Violence Tracking Flaws

The U.S. Army in 1992 LA riots.

Something We Haven't Seen Since The 1992 LA Riots

Prince performing in 2004

Did Prince Want Us To Hear 'Deliverance'?

Prince performing

Doctor Prescribed Prince Oxycodone Under Friend's Name

Police officers recite an oath during a New York Police Department graduation in 2014.

Who Gets To Create A Police Force?

Charlie Murphy in 2006.

Comedian and Actor Charlie Murphy Is Dead At 57

A Washington, D.C., metropolitan police officer wearing an Axon body camera.

What's Behind Axon's Free-For-All Police Body Cam Offer?

The Undertaker in 2015.

The Undertaker Laid To Rest At WrestleMania 33

Chicago White Sox organist Lori Moreland.

How MLB Organists Bounced Back After Piping Down

Images of missing children in D.C.

Why Are Black Children Going Missing In D.C.?

Wide receiver Dwight Clark of the San Francisco 49ers in 1984.

Dwight Clark 'Suspects' Playing In The NFL Gave Him ALS

Chuck Berry performing in 2012.

Chuck Berry, Rock 'N' Roll Pioneer, Dies

Bath Film Festival director and F-rating creator Holly Tarquini

F-Rating Creator Discusses How It Should Disappear

Men at a protest in Cleveland, Ohio.

Perceptions Of Black Men Don't Equal Reality

Miami police officer at DUI checkpoint.

Minority Drivers Policed Most Heavily During Traffic Stops

Gavin Grimm

SCOTUS Vacates Case Involving Transgender Teen Gavin Grimm

Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin speaking to Mary Mitchell about their new book.

5 Years After His Death, Trayvon Martin's Parents Speak Out