Making News

When she isn't writing for The Beat DC and interviewing political celebrities on The Beat DC Podcast, Tiffany is featured in outlets across the media landscape. Take a look at some of her most recent appearances and catch her weekly on Rev. Al Sharpton's radio show on Thursday's at 1pm. 


Joy Reid and guests discuss Killer Mike and black gun ownership| MSNBC

Killer Mike discussed black gun ownership and the NRA on AM JOY, but some question whether his answers directly addressed the most important issues. Joy Reid and her panel discuss.


Political fallout from Sessions' decision to fire McCabe | Fox News

Rep. Adam Schiff says the deputy director's dismissal from the FBI just hours before his retirement 'may have been justified'; reaction from radio talk show host Bill Spadea and Tiffany Cross, co-founder of The Beat DC.


Trump: After McCabe firing is Mueller next? | MSNBC

After the firing of former deputy director of the FBI Robert McCabe by Jeff Sessions, many are wondering whether Donald Trump will attempt to have Robert Mueller fired. Joy Reid and her panel discuss whether Republican leadership would stand up to the president if the special prosecutor was removed.


NRA: Republicans appear to side with NRA over voters | MSNBC

Republican lawmakers are coming under scrutiny for NRA-ties and large NRA campaign contributions. Joy Reid and her panel discuss why 5 million NRA members appear to have an outsized influence on many GOP Members of Congress and other elected officials.


New Chicago program gives ID cards to illegal immigrants | Fox News

Is 'city keys' program a political ploy by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel? Tiffany Cross weighs in. 


Lawsuit accuses top congressional ethics official of abuse | Fox News

Federal lawsuit alleges Omar Ashmawy, staff director and chief counsel of the Office of Congressional Ethics, harassed and assaulted three women in a Pennsylvania bar two years ago.


Why would Dems oppose release of surveillance abuse memo?| Fox News

Lawrence Jones, conservative commentator and TV and radio host for The Blaze, and Tiffany Cross, co-founder and managing editor of The Beat DC, join the debate.


Kennedy Center Dir. of Hip Hop Culture Talks Jay Z's 4:44

The Beat DC Hosts Jamal Simmons and Tiffany D. Cross talk to Kennedy Center Director of Hip Hop Culture Simone Eccleston and March on Washington Film Festival's Isisara Bey about Jay Z's 4:44.


Stormy Daniels interview air date highly anticipate | MSNBC

A Wisconsin special election saw a Democrat win a district that had been Republican for almost 20 years. Joy Reid and her panel discuss whether more Republicans will be unseated in part due to Donald Trump.


Wisconsin win could see blue wave hit Midwest | MSNBC

A Wisconsin special election saw a Democrat win a district that had been Republican for almost 20 years. Joy Reid and her panel discuss whether more Republicans will be unseated in part due to Donald Trump.


Key perspectives missing from Trump media coverage | MSNBC

Donald Trump has complained about media bias against him, yet many see the media as avoiding certain negative stories about the president. Joy Reid and her panel examine why this might be.



The Beat DC Turns one

As The Beat DC turned one in August of 2017, Tiffany D. Cross and company take a journey through the first year.


Running Start's Young Women to Watch Awards

Managing Editor of The Beat DC, Tiffany D. Cross, gives acceptance speech at Running Start's Young Women to Watch Awards.