Anqoinette Crosby
Reporter

Anqoinette Crosby came to the Washington Post last year to become the first internet TV anchor at the newspaper. She produces and anchors Post Today, the innovative daily Internet news talk show carried on washingtonpost.com. Before joining The Post, Anqoinette worked as a National Consumer Reporter/Producer for PBS’ MotorWeek. She has worked in the San Francisco Bay Area as a freelance general assignment reporter and writer at NBC, CBS, and Fox affiliates covering local and national news. She moved to Washington to work as a Consumer Reporter for the nationally syndicated business show, First Business. She then went to work as a Reporter/Fill-in Anchor at NUE—a start-up cable network where she covered The White House, 2000 Democratic Convention and a host of stories including Aids in Africa, racial profiling, breast cancer, and adoption. Anqoinette resides in Washington DC.

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After 14 years, more questions than answers in search for missing mother

After 14 years, more questions than answers in search for missing mother

Ever since she went missing in September 1999, police and family of Allean Logan have been searching for her. Despite conflicting theories of her disappearance, evidence seems to be drying up.
Search for missing musician continues 3 years later

Search for missing musician continues 3 years later

Local musician Leon Davenport went missing in 2009, but his family and friends are not ready to give up hope for his safe return home. They gathered in Davenport’s home neighborhood of Deanwood to lean on each other for support. Authorities have little information on his disappearance.
CIA drone attacks raise questions

CIA drone attacks raise questions

The Washington Post's Anqoinette Crosby talks with reporter Greg Miller about the Central Intelligence Agency's increasing role in counter-terrorism efforts.
With no ammunition, pilot ordered to take down United 93

With no ammunition, pilot ordered to take down United 93

The Washington Post's Anqoinette Crosby talks with reporter Steve Hendrix about one of the first fighter pilots to scramble after the attacks of Sept. 11. With no ordinance on board her jet, she was faced with the possibility of ramming her plane into one of the hijacked passenger jets.
U.S. military markets its brand names

U.S. military markets its brand names

The Washington Post's Anqoinette Crosby talks with reporter Christian Davenport about how the U.S. military is cashing in on its brand with products like cologne, clothing and even canes.
Companies rush to lobby debt 'supercommittee'

Companies rush to lobby debt 'supercommittee'

The Washington Post's Anqoinette Crosby discusses why lobbyists are pushing to get their voices heard by the debt supercommittee with reporter Dan Eggen.
E-mails question White House knowledge of ATF operation

E-mails question White House knowledge of ATF operation

The Washington Post's Anqoinette Crosby discusses the ATF operation 'Fast and Furious' and what the White House may have known about it with reporter Sari Horwitz.
CIA drone attacks raise questions

CIA drone attacks raise questions

The Washington Post's Anqoinette Crosby talks with reporter Greg Miller about the Central Intelligence Agency's increasing role in counter-terrorism efforts.
FEMA shows improvement after Katrina mistakes

FEMA shows improvement after Katrina mistakes

The Washington Post's Anqoinette Crosby speaks with Ed O'Keefe about how FEMA has gained bipartisan praise for its response to Hurricane Irene.
Moderate Huntsman a hard sell for Republicans

Moderate Huntsman a hard sell for Republicans

The Washington Post's Anqoinette Crosby talks with Michael Leahy about GOP presidential candidate Jon Huntsman, whose moderate views may not win over conservative Republican voters in the 2012 primary elections.
Red Cross: Be prepared for Hurricane Irene

Red Cross: Be prepared for Hurricane Irene

The Washington Post's Anqoinette Crosby learns what you should have on hand to prepare your family for a hurricane from Cheryl Kravitz, Director of Communications for the American Red Cross.
Change of plans after quake damages cathedral

Change of plans after quake damages cathedral

The Washington Post's Anqoinette Crosby discusses the impact of damage to the National Cathedral caused by an earthquake with reporter Michelle Boorstein.
Earthquake rattles D.C. residents, buildings

Earthquake rattles D.C. residents, buildings

After a magnitude 5.8 earthquake struck the Washington area, residents and structures were shaken. The quake, at one point upgraded to a magnitude of 5.9, even caused damage to the Washington National Cathedral, sending one of its spires tumbling.
Gov. Perry and Texas executions

Gov. Perry and Texas executions

The Washington Post's Anqoinette Crosby sits down with Bob Barnes to discuss the number of executions in Texas while Rick Perry has held the position of Governor, and how that may impact his presidential bid.
Obama approach triumphs abroad, falls flat at home

Obama approach triumphs abroad, falls flat at home

The Washington Post's Anqoinette Crosby sits down with reporter Scott Wilson to discuss how President Obama's less-than-aggressive approach to policies abroad and at home has shown mixed results.

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(L to R): Aundria Cosby and Lori Smith enter the CBC Gala.