Kevin Liptak, CNN

Kevin Liptak

CNN

Washington, DC, United States

Contact Kevin

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

Recent:
  • CNN
Past:
  • Eyewitness News
  • ABC7 Eyewitness News
  • wbaltv.com
  • wdsu
  • WTAE-TV Pittsburgh
  • WMUR TV
  • KOCO-5 Oklahoma City
  • MyNBC5 (WPTZ)
  • WLWT.com
  • KMBC
  • and more…

Recent articles by Kevin:

CNN

US to ease some energy sanctions on Venezuela

The Biden administration will begin to ease some energy sanctions on Venezuela to encourage ongoing political discussions between President Nicolas Maduro and the opposition, two senior administration officials told CNN. → Read More

CNN

Biden reverses some Trump policies related to Cuba, making it easier for families to visit relatives in country

The State Department on Monday announced a series of measures it said is aimed at supporting the Cuban people, including reinstating the Cuban Family Reunification Parole Program and increasing consular services and visa processing. → Read More

CNN

Biden's political and personal evolution on abortion on display after publication of draft Supreme Court opinion

When President Joe Biden received a telephone call from his chief of staff late Monday alerting him to a near-unprecedented leak of a draft Supreme Court opinion, he decided not to act right away. → Read More

CNN

White House braces for potential showdown between Biden and Putin at G20

President Joe Biden and his advisers are still in conversations about how to approach November's Group of 20 summit, whose hosts received confirmation Friday that Russian President Vladimir Putin plans to attend. → Read More

CNN

'Serious' Joe Biden looks to prove he can be actually funny

It was 2014 and Diamond Joe was having a moment. → Read More

CNN

A frustrated Joe Biden will go on the attack against Republicans in the midterms

President Joe Biden has been letting loose in private conversations in recent weeks, railing about the factors bogging down his approval ratings and the people he thinks aren't helping -- including Democrats eyeing his job despite his clear promise to run for reelection. → Read More

CNN

Biden taking 'hard look' at student loan debt but 'not considering' forgiving $50,000 per borrower

President Joe Biden said Thursday he's considering ways to deal with reducing student debt burdens, but forgiving $50,000 in loans isn't in the cards. → Read More

CNN

Biden says Ukrainians shouldn't enter the US through southern border

President Joe Biden said Ukrainians fleeing violence don't need to try and enter the United States through the southern border because they now have access to a special visa system. → Read More

CNN

Biden to ask Congress for $33 billion in aid to Ukraine as war enters new phase

President Joe Biden on Thursday asked Congress for a $33 billion supplemental funding bill aimed at supporting Ukraine over the next several months as Russia's brutal and unrelenting war enters a new phase. → Read More

CNN

Biden asks Congress for $33 billion in aid to Ukraine as war enters new phase

President Joe Biden on Thursday asked Congress for a $33 billion supplemental funding bill aimed at supporting Ukraine over the next several months as Russia's brutal and unrelenting war enters a new phase. → Read More

CNN

Biden will visit South Korea and Japan next month as he works to keep focus on Asia

President Joe Biden will make his first trip to Asia as president next month, visiting South Korea and Japan from May 20 to May 24, White House officials told CNN, underscoring his commitment to the region even as international attention is directed toward the crisis in Ukraine. → Read More

CNN

Inside the months-long effort to free Trevor Reed from detention in Russia

It was "like you see in the movies," Trevor Reed's father said. → Read More

CNN

Vice President Kamala Harris tests positive for Covid

Vice President Kamala Harris tested positive for Covid-19 on Tuesday after returning from a weeklong trip to California. → Read More

CNN

Vice President Kamala Harris tests positive for Covid

Vice President Kamala Harris tested positive for Covid-19 on Tuesday after returning from a weeklong trip to California, the White House announced. → Read More

CNN

Austin's assertion that US wants to 'weaken' Russia underlines Biden strategy shift

As Russia's invasion of Ukraine has transformed into a grinding war of attrition with no meaningful peace deal in sight, the US and its allies have begun to convey a new, longer-term goal for the war: to defeat Russia so decisively on the battlefield that it will be deterred from launching such an attack ever again. → Read More

CNN

Biden to eulogize Madeleine Albright at her funeral next week

President Joe Biden will deliver a eulogy for Madeleine Albright next week when the former secretary of state is remembered at a funeral in Washington. → Read More

CNN

Biden announces new Ukraine security assistance: 'We will speak softly and carry a large javelin'

President Joe Biden said Thursday the US will send an additional $800 million in military assistance to Ukraine as Russia's war enters what he called a "critical window," but warned congressional action is necessary for further shipments as the war grinds on. → Read More

CNN

DOJ says it will appeal to revive mask mandate

The Justice Department said Tuesday it will appeal a court ruling that struck down the federal government's mask mandate for travelers -- but only if the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention determines the mandate is still necessary to protect public health. → Read More

CNN

Biden's trademark political traits tested by war in Ukraine

When President Joe Biden labeled Russia's actions in Ukraine "genocide" this week, the response by his team looked much different than when he declared, also unplanned, that Vladimir Putin shouldn't be in power. → Read More

CNN

Biden says he's deciding on whether to send a senior administration official to Ukraine

President Joe Biden said Thursday he was still working with his team to determine whether he should dispatch a senior member of his administration to Ukraine, a potentially dramatic show of support for the nation as it comes under attack from Russia. → Read More