Time Magazine Washington Correspondent Jay Newton-Small

My Favorite Story Got Me Arrested in Iran

Jay Newton-Small by Jake Fabricius

Jay Newton-Small has reported stories on five continents for Time magazine, where she is currently the Washington correspondent. Previously, she covered the 2004 elections for Bloomberg News. Now the author of Broad Influence: How Women Are Changing the Way America Works, which grew out of a popular Time article about women senators’ cooperation during the infamously gridlocked 2012 U.S. Senate session, Newton-Small visited Zócalo to deliver the lecture “Are Women Changing the Way Institutions Are Run?” In the Zócalo green room, she talked about where she goes to unwind after …

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