CNN fixtures John King and Dana Bash are separating after less than four years of marriage, according to the Washington Post.
The two married in 2008, and Bash gave birth to their only child last June. However, a CNN source told the Hollywood Reporter that the two "had been living in separate homes over the past couple of months." The two will "continue to co-parent their young son and to work together with the utmost professionalism," a friend told the Post.
King is CNN's chief national correspondent, and hosts the political news program, "John King, USA." Bash is senior congressional correspondent for the network.
The "GMA" anchor and his "Head Case" comedienne wife married in 2001. In the last year, they've re-located their family to New York from DC.
He's the White House press secretary, she's a senior correspondent for ABC News. Carney and Shipman met as reporters on an assignment in Moscow's Red Square. They are married, and have two children.
The co-host of "Morning Joe" is married to Jim Hoffer, a reporter for WABC in New York. The two met working at WTIC-TV, a local Connecticut news affiliate, and got married in 1993. They have two daughters.
The CBS CEO and network "Talk" show co-host married in 2004. They welcomed baby Charlie in September 2009.
ABC's "20/20" co-anchor is married to the editor-in-chief of Plum Hamptons magazine. They recently welcomed their third child, a daughter, Carolina.
The editor of <em>Newsweek</em> and the former editor of the Sunday Times (London) have been married since 1981. A sign of how small the media elite power circle really is? They got married at...Sally Quinn & Ben Bradlee's Long Island home.
Ezra Klein, a columnist for the Washington Post and Bloomberg and MSNBC contributor, is married to Annie Lowrey, an economic policy reporter for the New York Times. Klein <a href="http://voices.washingtonpost.com/ezra-klein/2010/11/reconciliation_--_and_more.html" target="_hplink">happily announced their engagement</a> in the Post after successfully proposing in 2010.
ABC's "This Week" host and the former head of Bloomberg's opinion effort were married in 1998. But Rubin's stint in journalism was brief -- <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/27/james-rubin-leaves-bloomberg-view-opinion_n_984065.html" target="_hplink">he left Bloomberg</a> in September 2011.
One of Washington's preeminent power couples, he's the former executive editor of the Washington Post and she's an author/writer for the newspaper. Fun fact: they own the Grey Gardens home on Long Island.
The longtime "60 Minutes" correspondent is married to Jennet Conant, a writer whose work has appeared in Vanity Fair, Esquire, GQ, Newsweek, and The New York Times. They have one son.
Meredith Vieira and husband Richard Cohen have been married since 1986. Cohen is a former senior producer at CNN and CBS News. Vieira left her post as co-host of "Today" last year to spend more time with him and their three children.
Roberts & Phillips, who began dating quietly in December 2008, are engaged and have twins together. But they're also cable news rivals: Phillips hosts CNN daytime coverage, and Roberts left CNN for Fox News last year.
ABC's "World News" anchor married the legendary film director/producer in 1998.
The "Today" show weatherman and longtime ABC News journalist were married in 1995 and have two children together.
She worked on George H. W. Bush's 1992 reelection campaign, and he famously manned the "war room" and helped lead Bill Clinton to a surprise victory. A year later, Washington's odd couple was married.
She's the new news anchor on "Good Morning America;" he's the former head of NBC News and now runs WNET, New York's PBS affiliate. They were married in 1995 and have three sons.
"60 Minutes" correspondent Leslie Stahl and author Aaron Latham have been married since 1977. The pair have a daughter.
Two more DC insiders, he's the executive editor of Bloomberg News' Washington bureau and she's a news anchor on PBS' Newshour.