5 Questions for CNN News Anchor Suzanne Malveaux

For nearly 10 years Suzanne Malveaux has worked for CNN's White House unit where she has covered President Clinton, President Bush and President Obama. It was 20 years ago when Malveaux began her career as a general assignments reporter for New England News in Boston. Now she is the first Black woman to anchor CNN Newsroom at its 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. time slot. Essence.com caught up with the trailblazer to find out about her new position and life as a journalist... Here's what you had to say: Wendy commented via Facebook: "I'm a CNN news junkie." Sandee wrote via Facebook: "I like CNN and I like to cross reference headlines with some of the British news Websites."


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