Ari is a weekday host of "All Things Considered" and previously was NPR's international correspondent based in London. Prior to his current post, Ari reported from the NPR’s Washington bureau as White House correspondent during President Barack Obama's first and second terms. From 2005-2010, he was Justice correspondent, reporting on legal controversies concerning national security issues, including domestic surveillance, interrogation policies and access to federal courts by terrorism suspects. Ari also has contributed to all of NPR’s newsmagazines, including "Morning Edition" and "All Things Considered" and is a frequent analyst on CNN, PBS, NBC and other television news outlets.
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