Ariane de Vogue Biography, Age, Height And Cnn

Ariane De Vogue Biography

Ariane de Vogue Is an American serves as a reporter for CNN covering the Supreme Court and legal issues, chronicling everything from breaking news about major rulings to the evolving politics of personality among the justices. She works closely with CNN’s justice team and guides network-wide reporting on Supreme Court cases and other legal developments.

Ariane De Vogue Age

Her exact age and date of birth are still Under Investigation We will Update when information is available.

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Ariane De Vogue Height

She stands at a fair height and has a fair body weight to match her Height.

Ariane De Vogue Education

She, however, prefers to focus on her work and hasn’t divulge much about her early life, family or parents.She earned her Bachelor’s degree from George Washington University in Washington, D.C.The George Washington University (GW or GWU) is a private research university in Washington, D.C. It was chartered in 1821 by an act of the United States Congress.

The university is organized into 14 colleges and schools, including the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, the Elliott School of International Affairs, the GW School of Business, the School of Media and Public Affairs, the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration, the GW Law School and the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design. George Washington’s main Foggy Bottom Campus is located in the heart of Washington, D.C., with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank located on campus and the White House and the U.S. Department of State within blocks of campus.











GWU hosts numerous research centers and institutes, including the National Security Archive and the Institute for International Economic Policy. GWU has two satellite campuses: the Mount Vernon Campus, located in D.C.’s Foxhall neighborhood and the Virginia Science and Technology Campus. It is the largest institution of higher education in the District of Columbia.George Washington, the first President of the United States, advocated the establishment of a national university in the U.S. capital in his first State of the Union address in 1790 and continued to promote this idea throughout his career and until his death.

Ariane De Vogue Career

When Ariane was studying, she had intentions of working in print reporting someday but she changed course and instead, started out working at the Washington bureau of the Baltimore Sun as a researcher.After working in D.C. for a while, she decided to take some time off from work and began traveling around different regions. She eventually found herself in Los Angeles, jobless and broke.

Ariane struggled for a bit but soon got a break in the form of a job at the ABC network as a National Researcher.Working with ABC for 2 years, Ariane covered the California earthquake, wildfires, and many other high profile stories. Sometime later, she started off with the Washington Bureau of the network where she worked as an Investigative Reporter.Her time in Washington saw her cover multiple important stories on topics that included terrorism, presidential impeachment, life after 9/11 and regulations concerning the financing of political campaigns.After leaving the ABC network in 2015, Ariane went on to join CNN, also based in Washington, D.C.

At CNN, she began by covering Justice Antonin Scalia’s sudden passing along with the subsequent Supreme Court nominations of Judge Neil Gorsuch and Judge Merrick Garland.She also spent time covering issues surrounding the Supreme Court and its decisions on abortion, gay rights and marriage equality, religious freedom, and health care.She has also followed challenges faced by voters across the US during the 2016 elections and covered Presidential executive orders and the legal problems surrounding them.

As of 2019, she works as a CNN news reporter and chronicles various breaking news bulletins and stories from politics to social problems. She also collaborates with the network’s justice guides and team to cover multiple legal issues in the government as well as the Supreme Court and all of its important cases.

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Since joining the network, de Vogue has covered the sudden death of Justice Antonin Scalia and the nominations of Judges Merrick Garland and Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. She has also covered groundbreaking Supreme Court decisions on gay marriage, health care, religious freedom and abortion. During and after the 2016 election cycle, she has followed voting rights challenges across the county and has explored legal issues surrounding the President’s executive orders.

de Vogue joined CNN in 2015. Prior to joining the network, de Vogue covered the Court and the nominations of several justices for ABC News.  As an investigative producer for ABC News, she also worked on stories concerning terrorism, the aftermath of September 11th, the presidential impeachment proceedings, campaign finance regulations, and legal challenges during national elections.

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