Kylie Morris is the Washington correspondent for Channel 4 News.
Kylie is a former Channel 4 News Asia correspondent and was also the presenter of More 4 News. Kylie previously worked at the BBC as the Gaza correspondent from 2001-2002, Kabul correspondent 2002-2004, for which she won an FPA award, and then as the BBC Asia correspondent until joining Channel 4 News in 2006.
One of her first assignments for Channel 4 News was reporting the conflict in Lebanon in July 2006, for which we collectively won an RTS Award. She has been in and out of the newsroom in the last two years - recently she reported the Gulnaz film alongside Leslie Knott and Cleminitne Malpas which has just been nominated for another FPA award.
President Trump has threatened a US government shutdown, warning it would “last a very long time”, as he poured scorn on the Democrats for failing to support funding for a wall along the Mexican border, which he described as “like the wheel, there is nothing better”. But more significant is the loss of his defence secretary General…
Reports that President Trump is planning to abruptly pull all US troops out of Syria because, he says, ISIS has been defeated, have been met with surprise, both in Washington and across the world.
President Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn was due to be sentenced this morning for lying to the FBI about his contacts with a Russian ambassador.
President Trump’s former personal lawyer Michael Cohen has used some of his precious free time to speak out against the President on US breakfast television Mr Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison on Wednesday; his delayed sentence is due to begin in March. He told the network ABC today that Mr Trump directed him to make…
A contrite and crying Michael Cohen has been sentenced to three years in jail.
As Donald Trump’s attacks against Robert Mueller grow louder and more vicious, Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating links between Russia and the Trump campaign team, has now alleged the former manager of that campaign, Paul Manafort, has been lying to investigators, in breach of his plea deal. It comes as The Guardian reports…
Firing tear gas and closing the border: that’s how the US responded to hundreds of Central American migrants who tried to run from Mexican police and cross the US border overnight.
President Trump and his entourage have come and gone, along with most of the media, but almost two weeks after California’s deadliest wildfire on record destroyed the town of Paradise, the official list of the missing is still fluctuating wildly. At the last count, 699 people have yet to be accounted for.
Ten thousand homes were destroyed, a third of the schools, and dozens of people died, amid the most destructive wildfires in California’s history.
Barely have the results of the midterm elections sunk in than a new drama begins for Washington. The future of Robert Mueller’s investigation into alleged Russian collusion with the Trump election campaign team is in question after the President sacked the man who oversees it all. Reports claim that Special Counsel Mueller has begun writing his final report.…
Donald Trump has inserted himself in the United States midterm election race in a way that’s not typical of Presidents past.
It’s election day in America tomorrow, when voters elect the whole House of Representatives, a third of the Senate and 36 state governors. It’s the first chance to cast a verdict on the Trump Presidency and 34 million Americans have already voted, many more than in 2014.
Four days from now, Americans will vote in mid-term elections. Hoping to keep Republican control of the House and Senate, President Trump has used a campaign rally to ramp up his hard-line immigration plans.
With a record number of women running, next week could see the first African American female governor – and the first Native American woman in Congress. And, whoever wins in Arizona, the elections are set to return the state’s first ever female senator.
People are just drifting into this town after walking through the early hours of the morning, busy with finding somewhere to sleep, finding food, somewhere to repair their feet, and maybe have a shower.