Christian Bryant - Newsy

Christian Bryant

Host, "In the Loop"

Christian Bryant is host of Newsy's "In the Loop." Before joining Newsy, he studied English at Morehouse College and journalism at the University of Missouri. He got his start in journalism by writing shoddy features for a small alt-weekly paper in his hometown. Christian is a dabbling musician and a North Carolinian. When not at work, you can find him singing karaoke at a local dive, where he hopes to become ""mayor"" someday. He's just as aggravating in person as he is on Twitter.

Recent Work

In Real Life: Dark Skies


Street Fight: Cars Vs. Streateries


Running To Support AAPI Communities

AP / David J. PhillipPolitics

The White House Gets A Deep Clean


How Many Guns Have Americans Bought This Year?

Gen Z Has Powered Protests For Racial Justice
Newsy / Kevin ClancyU.S.

How Gen Z Has Powered Protests For Racial Justice

Andrea Schry, right, fills out the buyer part of legal forms to buy a handgun.
Keith Srakocic / APU.S.

Poll: 1 in 20 Households Bought A Gun In Response To COVID-19

Haylee Romander shows off her new .357 magnum pistol at Ross Coin and Gun, Monday, March 16, 2020, in Idaho Falls, Idaho.
John Roark / APPolitics

Gun Groups Urge At-Home Firearm Safety During COVID-19 Quarantines

A host in Chicago's Batter & Berries
Newsy / Madeline CarlU.S.

Chicago Restaurant Owner Worried About Aid Timing In COVID-19 Shutdown

People at a work meeting
Video BlocksBusiness

How Can U.S. Businesses Handle Coronavirus Concerns In The Workplace?

The Facebook app logo.
Getty Images / Carl CourtPolitics

Facebook Removes Video Revealing Virginia Lawmaker's Home Address

Chicago Chinatown
Madeline CarlU.S.

Coronavirus Fears Slow Down Chinatown Businesses

Teacher Holli Averett in an active shooter simulation
Getty Images / George FreyPolitics

Education Unions: Active Shooter Drills Shouldn't Involve Students

A "Guns Save Lives" sticker and a rifle during VCDL's Lobby Day.
Newsy / Mai Nolasco-CarranzaPolitics

Virginia's Lobby Day Was A Watershed Moment For Gun Owners

Two people with holstered handguns
Getty Images / Erich SchlegelPolitics

Second Amendment Sanctuaries Nearly Doubled In 50 Days

Marijuana plant
Newsy / Kevin ClancyPolitics

Chicago Gun Violence Prevention Gets A Boost From Weed Sales In 2020

Person wearing a holstered gun
Getty Images / Spencer PlattPolitics

The Battle Over Guns Went Local In 2019

Getty Images / Justin SullivanPolitics

How $25M Can Improve What We Know About Gun Violence

Parents of Sandy Hook Elementary massacre victims.
Getty Images / John MooreU.S.

Sandy Hook Families' Lawsuit Against Gun Manufacturer Gets Trial Date

Michael Bloomberg
Getty Images / Michael CiagloPolitics

Michael Bloomberg Unveils Gun Plan For Presidential Campaign

Demonstrators outside the Supreme Court
Newsy / Jeff WickPolitics

SCOTUS Questions Whether NYC Handgun Case Is Still A Live Controversy

The Supreme Court
Getty Images / Eric ThayerPolitics

First SCOTUS Guns Case In A Decade Could Help Expand Gun Rights

Getty Images / Joe RaedlePolitics

#ThisIsOurLane: Chicago Surgeons Give Prognosis Of Online Movement

Sen. John Cornyn
Getty Images / Drew AngererPolitics

To Reduce Mass Shootings, GOP Senators Focus Partly On Mental Health

Nevada Firearms Coalition President Don Turner
Newsy / Madeline CarlPolitics

Where Do Gun Owners Stand On Popular Gun Reform Proposals?

A man fills out his Federal background check paperwork.
Getty Images / Joe RaedleU.S.

How Federal Background Checks For Gun Sales Fall Short

Pile of handguns
Getty Images / David McNewPolitics

What California Data Tells Us About 'Red Flag' Laws And Mass Shootings

A member of the Guardian Patriots at the U.S.-Mexico border
Newsy / Dave FrancoPolitics

Are Armed 'Guardian Patriots' At US-Mexico Border Breaking The Law?

A woman walks by a mural in downtown El Paso.
Newsy / Dave FrancoU.S.

Border Closure Delayed, But Anxiety Still High For El Paso Community

Mothers hold pictures of children they lost to gun violence
Getty Images / Justin SullivanU.S.

How Chicago's Gun Violence Sits In Survivors' Bones