After three years of anchoring “CNN Newsroom” and “Around the World” out of CNN’s Atlanta Headquarters, CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux has decided to return to Washington where she will cover both national and international news, current events and politics as a National Correspondent.
Malveaux is making the move now to help take care of her mother, who, as documented in a three part series in 2013, suffers from ALS (or Lou Gehrig's Disease). She is also excited for the opportunity to return to her journalistic roots and do the kind of political and special reporting she loves.
Malveaux covered The White House for 10 years as a White House correspondent. In 2012, she anchored the network's Emmy winning coverage of the revolution in Egypt. In September 2011, Malveaux embedded with U.S. troops in Afghanistan for the 10th anniversary of 9/11 where she led breaking news coverage of the Taliban's terrorist attack on the U.S. Embassy there.