I was watching CNN as well during Suzanne's new time slot when I see Blitzer and Cooper covering the President at Ground Zero.
I see what you mean about journalists marrying and having children, and also traveling the world.
I guess we can speculate on her post change, and it can be anyone's guess.
Her neck looks fuller, and for some reason that is what I look at when she is on TV. I don't know how the politics about moving people around CNN works.
She did said being a WH Correspondent was a lot of work.
Also, it was awkward when that British journalist said (when speaking about accents), that if Suzanne went to Australia, she can get any men she wants.
It made me realized how heteronormative (sp) society is.
It seems that the majority of her striaght colleagues at CNN have very full private lives regardless if the demands of being a journalists in Washington or on a cable news network.
Dana Bash married fellow CNN'er John King a few years back and looks to be pregnant, Ed Henry recently married, Ali Velshi recently married, TJ Holmes recently married, Briana Kielar recently married.
I do agree with you that a reporter's personal life should not be relevant to the public. They are hiring nothing but right wing nut cases for pundits. I would not want to work for that orgnization if I were trying to be a credible journalist these days.