Siobhan Kennedy is the Washington Correspondent for Channel 4 News, based in DC.
Siobhan joined Channel 4 News in 2008 where, as Business Editor, she covered the financial crisis, austerity and its impact on the British economy and more recently, Brexit.
Before that, as a reporter for The Times, she worked as Politics and Business Correspondent and prior to that was a correspondent for Reuters in London and New York, where she covered the tech boom and bust and 9/11. She returns to the US just in time for the 2020 election campaign.
Yesterday he was at the hottest point of the Ukrainian front line in Bakhmut. Tonight President Zelenskyy is in Washington DC on his first trip out of Ukraine since Russia’s full scale invasion began.
Within the last few minutes, the US congressional inquiry into the deadly Capitol riot in January last year has recommended that former President Donald Trump should face criminal charges.
Britain is not the only country where securing the border has become a huge political issue.
The promise of near-limitless clean energy has been a Holy Grail for scientists for decades now.
A suspect in the Lockerbie bombing that killed 270 people in 1988 is due to appear in a court in Washington DC.
Vladimir Putin has said that further prisoner swaps between the US and Russia were possible – and that dialogue between the two country’s intelligence services would continue – following the release of Brittney Griner. The basketball star today arrived home in Texas having been freed from a Russian penal colony in return for a notorious…
In the United States, voting is underway in the crucial senate race in Georgia. After the midterm elections last month did not result in a clear winner, the contest between former American football star Herschel Walker and incumbent Democrat Raphael Warnock moved on to a run-off.
In the first state visit of his presidency, Joe Biden has welcomed his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron to the White House. The two men have pledged to work together to support the people of Ukraine.
Donald Trump has announced that he intends to run for the White House again in 2024.
The midterm elections are one way that America takes its temperature and perhaps the biggest news of the night is that Trump fever seems to have broken.
In the US, control of both the House and Senate are in play.
America is going to the polls in the midterm elections where, if the Republicans take control of Congress, President Biden’s ability to govern for the next two years will be severely limited.
Next week America will go to the polls for the midterms which define the remaining years of a presidency – and this year also could define the future of American democracy.
The husband of one of the most powerful women in America has been violently attacked in their San Francisco home.
The richest man in the world becomes “Chief Twit” – at least according to his Twitter bio – as Elon Musk finally takes over the social media platform after a protracted legal battle.