Gloria Borger joined CNN as a senior political analyst in September 2007. She appears daily on "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer" and is a regular contributor to "Campbell Brown," "Anderson Cooper 360°," and "State of the Union with Candy Crowley." Borger brings a wealth of Washington expertise and contacts that are reflected in her reports and analysis. Borger also writes a weekly column for CNN.com and played a key role in CNN’s America Votes 2008 coverage, which earned the network a Peabody Award.
Borger was formerly CBS News’ national political correspondent and a contributor to CBS’s "Face the Nation," "60 Minutes II" and the network’s special events coverage. From 2002-2004, she was the co-anchor of CNBC’s "Capital Report."
Borger began her professional career in 1976 as a reporter at The Washington Star where she covered politics and co-authored a daily serial, eventually published as a book, called “Federal Triangle,” a parody about political life in Washington. Borger was also a Washington-based correspondent for Newsweek magazine where she worked as a general assignment reporter and then as chief congressional correspondent. Early in her career, Borger was awarded the Watson Traveling Fellowship to study the British press.
Borger graduated from Colgate University in Hamilton, New York, where she has served on the board of trustees.