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Cristina Mutchler

Digital Content Producer

Cristina Mutchler is a multilingual Latina with a Master of Science in Journalism from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University (Go Bobcats!) A former CNN Producer/Reporter, Cristina covered all breaking national and international stories from 2011-2015 (i.e. the Presidential Election, Pope Francis Installation, etc.) In addition, Cristina enterprised a series on Syrian refugees in Toledo, Ohio, which garnered national attention. She also enjoys health, travel and lifestyle stories after filing reports for CNN Airport Network and CNN AccentHealth with Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Robin Meade. In her spare time, Cristina loves reading, watching Bravo and hanging with her Doberman puppy.

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U.S. currency bills in 2004
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The US Is Back In The Top Spot For World's Most Competitive Economy

U.S. Customs and Border Protection K-9 checks cars crossing into the United States from Mexico in September 2016
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US Cracks Down On Drug Cartel Deemed One Of Most Dangerous Groups

Exterior view of St. Sophia Cathedral in Kiev, Ukraine
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Russian Orthodox Church Cuts Centuries-Old Ties With Constantinople

Nurse administers an injection during an Ebola vaccine study in Liberia in February 2015
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Ebola Experts In Congo Pulled From Some Of The Hardest-Hit Areas

Exterior view of the U.S. Treasury Department building in Washington, D.C., in 2008
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The Federal Government Spent More Than It Brought In During FY 2018

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UK's Infant Mortality Rate Could Lag Behind Other Countries By 2030

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Genetic Testing Is So Popular, It May Be Hard To Keep Your DNA Private

Person walks past the Facebook logo on the exterior of a building in Germany in 2016
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Facebook's Recent Breach Affected Fewer Users, But More Data Exposed

A student enters the admissions office at Harvard University in September 2006
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A Group Is Taking Harvard To Court Over Accusations Of Racial Bias

President Donald Trump signs the Music Modernization Act in the company of Kid Rock and other musicians in October 2018
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New Law Helps Musicians Get Paid Fairly For Their Work

A pile of oxycodone pills
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Doctors Charged With Illegally Prescribing Millions Of Oxycodone Pills

Former first lady Michelle Obama
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Obama Foundation Launches Girls' Education Initiative

CVS sign outside of a pharmacy drive through in Chicago, Illinois, in 2004
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CVS, Aetna Merger Is One Step Closer To Becoming A Reality

The U.K.'s newly appointed suicide prevention minister, Jackie Doyle-Price
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The UK Now Has A Suicide Prevention Minister

Novichok poisoning suspects
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New Report Claims To Identify 2nd Suspect In Novichok Poisoning

Person interacts with a Starbucks employee at a location in Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C.
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Starbucks To Offer Backup Daycare Options For US Workers

Boats line up on a canal in the Netherlands in 2017
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Dutch Government Ordered To Take More Action On Climate Change

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Amid Privacy Fallout, Facebook Announces New Smart Home Device

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo meets with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Pyongynag in October 2018

Pompeo: N. Korea Ready To Let Inspectors Into Nuclear Testing Site

Apple logo on the exterior of the Apple Store on Fifth Avenue in New York City in 2015
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Apple Denies Hacking Report In Letter To Lawmakers

Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints members gather for 2016's General Conference Session
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The Mormon Tabernacle Choir Has A New Name

A 'Help Wanted' sign is posted in the window of a New York City business in 2010
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The US Unemployment Rate Is The Lowest It's Been In Almost 50 Years

Bartender pours a glass of prosecco during the Food Network's New York City Food and Wine Festival in 2014
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Ireland Passes Landmark Bill To Curb Alcohol Consumption

Teen uses Juul e-cigarette

Juul Files Complaint Against Other E-Cig Makers For Lookalike Products

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee in September 2018
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Kavanaugh Awaits Fate As Senators Comb Through FBI Background Check

Workers pack and ship orders at an Amazon fulfillment center
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Amazon Cuts Some Pay Incentives As It Raises Minimum Wage

General Motors displays an autonomous vehicle during a press conference in 2016 in Detroit, Michigan
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Honda Joins Forces With GM To Create A New Self-Driving Car

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh
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In Letter, Law Professors Say Kavanaugh Lacks 'Judicial Temperament'

Shoppers go into a closing Toys R Us location in Illinois in 2006
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Toys R Us Might Be On The Brink Of A Revival

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The First Presidential Alert System Test Is Set For Wednesday