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Chance Seales

Livestream Producer/Anchor

Chance Seales is an incurable political enthusiast and noted Oprah historian. He anchors and produces Newsy's "The Why." Chance has led national coverage of presidents, Congress and the Supreme Court from Washington for broadcast companies like Nexstar and Media General, and previously worked at Newsy in its early days. He and his husband are the (way too) proud dads of Bear and Peggy — the world's sweetest French Bulldogs.

  Recent Work
Naloxone
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'Miracle' Drug Reverses Overdoses, But Does It Fuel Addiction Cycle?

Justin Schuble
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Dream Jobs: Justin Schuble Of Instagram's @DCFoodPorn

Job fair
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Diversity Quotas In The Office: Well-Intended But Legally Tricky

A magnified dollar bill
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Campaign Contributions Aren't Always Obvious — They Might Be 'In-Kind'

Woman at brain exhibit
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Are You A Democrat Or A Republican? A Look At Your Brain Might Tell Us

President Donald Trump
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The 'Steele Dossier' Is Controversial — But Is It True?

Girls looking at phone
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Dopamine Is The Addictive Little Secret Of Social Media

Panda at Smithsonian National Zoo
Newsy / Megan SmithSci/Health

Dream Jobs: Shellie Pick, Panda Keeper At The National Zoo

Woman votes in Iran's presidential election
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In Iran, The Hijab Has Its Roots In Protest, Not Conformity

Robot factory in Turkey
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It's More Than Robots — AI Is Getting Closer To Artificial Humans

U.S.-Canada border
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Is Merit-based Immigration Our Solution? Let's Ask Canada

Rep. Trey Gowdy and Sen. Tim Scott
NewsyPolitics

'Unified': Rep. Gowdy And Sen. Scott Talk Unity, Race And Their Party

Candy Schibli and Chance Seales
Megan Smith / NewsyU.S.

Dream Jobs: Candy Schibli, Founder Of Southeastern Roastery

NYC Street
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Do People Change? A Look At Whether Personality Is Fixed Or Fixable

Drug research
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Psychedelics Show Promise In Treating Depression And Anxiety

Online shopping warehouse
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From 1-800 Numbers To One-Click Orders, Online Shopping Has Taken Over

Huawei booth at tech conference in Berlin
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China's Habit Of Stealing Our Intellectual Property Costs Us Billions

Laurie Gillman and Chance Seales
Newsy / Megan SmithU.S.

Dream Jobs: Laurie Gillman, Owner Of East City Bookshop

Woman looks at a human brain
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Skip The Self-help — Research Says Your Personality Is Mostly Genetic

Cook County inmates
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Paying For Prisoners' Educations Could Save Us Millions Of Dollars

CrossFit
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CrossFit, SoulCycle, FlyWheel: Fitness Brands Or Ready-Made Identity?

Facebook news feed
FacebookTech

Algorithms Pretty Much Have Us Figured Out — Just Open Your News Feed

"Magic" mushrooms
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It's Not In Your Head — Psychedelics Are Making A Scientific Comeback

Tom Sietsema, Washington Post food critic
Newsy / Megan SmithU.S.

Dream Jobs: Tom Sietsema, Food Critic At The Washington Post

Lorne Lantz
NewsyTech

Blockchain Adviser Explains How Companies Can Use It To Grow

Christian Catalini
NewsyTech

MIT Professor Explains Structure And Security Of Blockchain

Karen North
NewsyTech

Karen North Shares The Possible Impact Of Social Media Influencers

NewsyTech

Food Instagram Influencer Talks About The Business Side Of Social

Justin Schuble of @dcfoodporn
Newsy / Megan SmithU.S.

The Money And Motives Powering The 'Influence Machine'

Bread at 'A Baked Joint'
NewsyU.S.

Dream Jobs: Velasquez Family, Owners Of 'A Baked Joint'