Jay Carney

Aside from the exciting, albeit still long over-due step major tech innovators are taking to foster family leave policy change, what particularly interests me about this story is the sheer timing of it all. Despite it being a well-timed PR move, that isn't to say the change itself isn't a good thing.
Dear Jay, In response to your posting on Medium this morning, I want to reiterate my support for our story about Amazon’s
The ways in which businesses benefit from offering paternity leave are so clear and proven that corporate leadership has to dig its collective head way, way down in the sand to miss it.
WASHINGTON, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc has hired President Barack Obama's former spokesman Jay Carney as senior vice
Two former top White House aides came to the defense of David Axelrod, a former advisor to President Barack Obama, on Thursday
President Barack Obama does not watch cable news. This was the take away from an interview with former White House Press
It almost sounds as if Mr. McCain is more concerned that he let down the "good guys" in Syria than he is about the possibility that his ideas and his judgment may be dead wrong, and that America (and the world) could pay dearly for listening to him.
In an interview with the Washington Post, CNN Washington Bureau Chief Sam Feist made it clear that McCain has been a go-to
Wednesday was former White House press secretary Jay Carney's first night as a CNN commentator, so the network did the nice
Carney's move into punditry was widely assumed; a New York Times interviewer once asked him, "Now that you’re leaving your
Reid Cherlin used to work for The Obama Administration. After the election of the new President in 2008, he worked in the Press Secretary's Office as one of its spokespeople. In a new piece for Rolling Stone magazine, he recounts his experiences from the inside. It has to be read to be believed.
They included: "I'm not going to tell you," "See yesterday's non-response," "Yea, but I could be making it up." Carney laughed
We ignored our moral imperative to intervene in Syria before it was too late. We cannot abandon Iraq, too.
Outgoing White House press secretary Jay Carney sat down with Stephen Colbert on Thursday night and talked about "occasionally
“It was one of the best moments too,” he said. “As we gradually became confident that this website was going to be fixed
"Which president was he talking about?" he deadpanned at his final White House briefing. Asked Wednesday if he had any response
President George W. Bush faced a similar struggle in 2006, when he was forced to replace Donald Rumsfeld, his defense secretary
Back in the day, Tapper was Carney's most reliable sparring partner. Here he is questioning Carney about the White House's