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Bailey Vogt

Segment Producer / Writer

Bailey Vogt is a writer and segment producer for "Morning Rush." Bailey's work has spanned Arizona PBS, Metro Weekly magazine and The Washington Times newspaper. He joined Newsy in January 2020. He received his bachelor's at Arizona State's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications. Bailey has lived in Minnesota; Arizona; Florida; and Washington, D.C. He currently lives in Missouri.

  Recent Work
President-elect Joe Biden
Andrew Harnik / APPolitics

Biden's First Cabinet Choices To Be Announced Tuesday

A canvas observe photographs ballots in Allentown, Pennsylvania
Mary Altaffer / APPolitics

Federal Judge Tosses Out Trump Campaign Lawsuit In Pennsylvania

Steven Mnuchin and Jerome Powell sit together in September 2020 Senate hearing
Pool / APBusiness

Treasury Department Ending Several Federal Reserve Lending Programs

Police officers and FBI agents outside Mayfair Mall in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, following Friday night shooting.
Nam Y. Huh / APU.S.

Eight Injured In Shooting At Wisconsin Mall; Suspect Still At Large

Poll workers sort out early and absentee ballots at the Kenosha Municipal building on Election Day, in Kenosha, Wis.
Wong Maye-E / APPolitics

Wisconsin Recount Would Cost Trump Campaign $7.9 Million

Nurse Kathe Olmstead prepares a shot that is part of a possible COVID-19 vaccine.
Hans Pennink / APSci/Health

Moderna Claims Its Vaccine Is Nearly 95% Effective

Vietnam's Prime Minister and Minister of Trade sign deal
Hau Dinh / APWorld

Fifteen Asian-Pacific Countries Form Powerful Trade Bloc

Chad Wolf at his Senate confirmation hearing in Sept 2020
Greg Nash / APPolitics

Immigration Advocates Cheer Judge's DACA Ruling

President Trump and John Kelly in the White House
Susan Walsh / APPolitics

Former Trump Official Criticizes President For Blocking Transition

Sen. Martha McSally speaks at Arizona Republican Party headquarters on Nov. 2nd
Ross D. Franklin / APPolitics

Martha McSally Concedes Defeat To Mark Kelly In Arizona Senate Race

Hong Kong's pro-democracy legislators pose for a photo before a press conference at Legislative Council in Hong Kong.
Vincent Yu / APWorld

Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Lawmakers To Resign

U.S. Cardinal Theodore Edgar McCarrick, archbishop of Washington, D.C., shakes hands with Pope John Paul II in 2001.
Massimo Sambucetti / APWorld

Vatican Report Blames Pope John Paul II, Others For McCarrick's Rise

European Executive Vice-President Margrethe Vestager speaks during a press conference regarding an antitrust case with Amazon
Olivier Hoslet / EPA Pool / APBusiness

EU Files Antitrust Charges Against Amazon

Still frame from video of Virgin Hyperloop One
Virgin Hyperloop OneTech

Virgin Hyperloop Conducts First Test With Passengers

George W. Bush speaks at late Rep. John Lewis' funeral
Alyssa Pointer / Atlanta Journal-Constitution / APPolitics

Former President George W. Bush Congratulates Biden On Victory

Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris raise their hands after being declared election winners
Andrew Harnik / APPolitics

Biden Reportedly Plans To Undo Several Trump Administration Policies

A vendor makes change for a marijuana customer at a cannabis marketplace in Los Angeles.
Richard Vogel / APPolitics

4 States Approve Recreational Marijuana

California health care worker directs people through a coronavirus testing site
Marcio Jose Sanchez / APSci/Health

Doctor's Notes Will Be Made Available Electronically For Free

Doctor washes hands in New York hospital
Seth Wenig / APPolitics

Affordable Care Act Enrollment Begins Days Ahead Of Election

Voters in Texas wait in line for last day of early voting
Mikala Compton / Herald-Zeitung / APPolitics

Early Voting Wraps Up In Several States With Vast Turnouts Reported

Religious group burns French flag
K.M. Chaudary / APWorld

Muslims In Several Countries Protest Cartoons After Violence In France

Man gets tested for COVID in Wisconsin
Morry Gash / APSci/Health

Almost 500,000 Americans Tested Positive For COVID-19 In The Past Week

A cursor moves over Google's search engine page
Don Ryan / APPolitics

Google Will Stop Political Ads After Election

Protestors face off with police in Philadelphia. Sign says "This is a revolt against racism."
Michael Perez / APU.S.

Philadelphia Sees Second Night Of Protests

People move fishing boats to save place ahead of Typhoon Molave in Danang, Vietnam
Tran Le Lam / VNA / APWorld

Over 1M Evacuated As Vietnam Prepares For Typhoon Molave

Amy Coney Barrett sworn into The White House
Patrick Semansky / APPolitics

Amy Coney Barrett Confirmed To The Supreme Court

Hurricane Zeta approaches Cancun, Mexico
Victor Ruiz Garcia / APWorld

Zeta Makes Landfall On Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula

People try to remove car tires from a car shop on fire after shelling by Azerbaijan's artillery during a military conflict.

Latest Azerbaijan-Armenia Cease-Fire Falls Apart

Rescue workers and police officers examine the site of bomb explosion in an Islamic seminary in Peshawar, Pakistan
Muhammad Sajjad / APWorld

Bomb Kills At Least 8 People At Islamic Seminary In Pakistan

Relatives of a man who died from non-COVID causes attend his funeral.
Marco Ugarte / APWorld

Mexico Says Death Toll Is Higher Than Official Count