Katherine Gypson is a reporter for VOA’s News Center in Washington, D.C. Prior to joining VOA in 2013, Katherine produced documentary and public affairs programming in Afghanistan, Tunisia and Turkey. She also produced and co-wrote a 12-episode road-trip series for Pakistani television exploring the United States during the 2012 presidential election. She holds a Master’s degree in Journalism from American University. Follow her @kgyp
The celebration of the United States' 243rd birthday looks different this year, as President Trump stages his own military-themed celebration, in addition to the now-traditional ceremony at the U.S. Capitol. VOA's congressional correspondent Katherine Gypson reports on how the capital city, Washington, D.C., is preparing.
The Election 2020 circus has rolled into Miami, as 20 Democratic party candidates prepare to face off for two nights of debates marking the official start of the attempt to deny President Donald Trump a second term.
A top State Department official is assuring Congress the United States is not seeking war with Iran. But congressional Democrats worry that escalating tensions with the Islamic Republic will give the Trump administration an excuse to enter into a military conflict - and they warn President Trump must respect Congress' constitutional power to declare war. VOA's congressional reporter Katherine Gypson has details.