But, for now, I have a heart full of thanks to each of you who watch and follow the "NewsHour." And, David, it's tempting just to be so sad right now. On January 6, 2021, Nawaz reported live for several hours from outside the U.S. Capitol building as it was under attack, part of a NewsHour team honored with a Peabody Award for its coverage. Before that, she served as foreign correspondent and Islamabad Bureau Chief at NBC News. More information on PBS NewsHour is available atwww.pbs.org/newshour. She returned to the NewsHour in 2007, and in 2013, she and the late Gwen Ifill were named the first two women to co-anchor a national news broadcast. Late in his tenure, he closed a speech to PBS stations managers this way: We really are the fortunate ones in the current tumultuous world of journalism right now, because when we wake up in the morning, we only have to decide what the news is and how we are going to cover it. He's not a passive observer. A new Rolling Stone report claims multiple members of Congress helped plan former President Donald Trump's efforts to overturn his election loss, and the Jan. 6 protests that ended in violence. WebGwen Ifill, the veteran PBS news anchor and one of the nations most prominent African-American journalists, died Monday after a long battle with cancer. Ifill and. [1] Before joining PBS in April 2018, Nawaz was an anchor and correspondent at ABC News and NBC News. executive producer / producer (19 episodes, 2014 And so he really admired politicians who were willing to lose, willing to be humiliated. She will devote 2023 and 2024 to a new national reporting project, Judy Woodruff Presents: America at a Crossroads. https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/remembering-longtime-newshour-political-analyst-mark-shields, Honoring Mark Shields and his decades of political analysis, Shields and Brooks celebrate a lifetime in American politics, Shields and Brooks on Republicans latest election challenge, Shields and Brooks on the damage done by Trumps claims of election fraud, Shields and Brooks on the danger of Trumps refusal to concede. It's very true. Full Episode. 1996 - 2023 NewsHour Productions LLC. Brilliant. [5], Nawaz joined NBC in 2003, later joining Dateline NBC, where she worked on documentaries. He died Thursday peacefully in his sleep at his home in Washington, PBS announced. I mean, we would all be fortunate to have a life. At NBC News, Woodruff was White House correspondent from 1977 to 1982. Nawaz contributed as a correspondent on the PBS NewsHour's 2018 series The Plastic Problem, which received a Peabody Award in 2019. And to the analysis of Shields and Brooks. Woodruff is a founding co-chair of the International Women's Media Foundation, an organization dedicated to promoting and encouraging women in journalism and communication industries worldwide. For more information, visitcpb.org,follow us on Twitter @CPBmedia,Facebook,and LinkedIn,and subscribefor other updates. PBS NewsHour co-founder Jim Lehrer, a giant in journalism known for his tenacity and dedication to simply delivering the news, died peacefully in his sleep at home on Thursday, at the age of 85. About Stephanie. Among his signature works at the NewsHour: a multi-year series, Culture at Risk, about threatened cultural heritage in the United States and abroad; the creation of the NewsHours online Art Beat; and hosting the monthly book club, Now Read This, a collaboration with The New York Times. Full Episode. I mean, do you like this guy? Each month, PBS reaches over 120 million people through television and 26 million people online, inviting them to experience the worlds of science, history, nature and public affairs; to hear diverse viewpoints; and to take front row seats to world-class drama and performances. Judy Woodruff reports on how that act of political violence is remembered, Tuesday, voters in Wisconsin will decide the balance of the states Supreme Court in the most expensive judicial election in history. Well, he grew up at a time when liberalism was really expanding opportunity successfully, the Fair Housing Act, the Civil Rights Act. Yamiche Alcindor is the former White House correspondent for PBS NewsHour. On being named co-anchor, Amna Nawaz added, Its never been more important for people to have access to news and information they trust, and the entire NewsHour team strives relentlessly towards that goal every day. And we all have, of course, so many wonderful memories of Mark. Washington, DC (3.22.18) PBS NewsHour today names managing editor Judy Woodruff solo anchor of the nightly broadcast. WebGwen Ifill, the veteran PBS news anchor and one of the nations most prominent African-American journalists, died Monday after a long battle with cancer. Well, we assume, I think, first of all, Judy, that this week will be a yawn. Learn more about Friends of the NewsHour. And often you may be paired with somebody who you can't quite trust. Subscribe to Heres the Deal, our politics Thank you. weighs in on debate over access to abortion medication, Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on the status of abortion politics and Bidens reelection bid, What the holy month means for Muslims in Turkey and Syria amid earthquake destruction. [5] In 2010, she shared a News & Documentary Emmy Award for the NBC News special Inside the Obama White House. Arlington, VA (December 8, 2022) Sharon Percy Rockefeller, President and C.E.O. In his more than 30-year career with the NewsHour, Brown has served as co-anchor, studio moderator, and field reporter on a wide range of national and international issues, with work taking him around the country and to many parts of the globe. White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor reports. Carlson, Hannity and Ingraham appeared close in November 2020. [6] She joined PBS in April 2018. Including, I'm told, pigs in the blanket. What do you hope what do you want his legacy to be for your children, his grandchildren, Jack and Frances, and for their generation? He cut his teeth in Democratic politics on Capitol Hill and on the campaign trail, working for his political hero, Robert Kennedy, in '68, Edmund Muskie in '72, and Mo Udall four years later. That's right. Geoff Bennett discussed the debate over abortion access, The family of Tyre Nichols, who died in January after being severely beaten by five Memphis police officers, has filed a $550 million federal lawsuit against the city of Memphis over his death. Bennett has appeared as a political analyst on ABC News and CBS News and has also hosted C-SPANs Washington Journal public affairs program. Jim was calm and careful in moments of crisis, as demonstrated by his coverage of the September 11 terrorist attacks. Arlington, VA (December 8, 2022) Sharon Percy Rockefeller, President and C.E.O. She has received a number of awards, including an Emmy Award and a Society for Features Journalism award. Nawaz, who has received Peabody Awards for her reporting at NewsHour on January 6, 2021 and global plastic pollution, has served as NewsHours primary substitute anchor since she joined the NewsHour in 2018. [1] Before joining PBS in April 2018, Nawaz was an anchor and correspondent at ABC News and NBC News. Amna and Geoff bring to their new positions three essential qualities for the role accomplished careers in substantive reporting, dedication to the purpose of journalism to illuminate and inform, and a deep respect for our audiences and the mission of public media., Sara Just, PBS NewsHour senior executive producer, added, This is an exciting new chapter in the nearly 50-year history of this esteemed news brand. Washington, DC (3.22.18) PBS NewsHour today names managing editor Judy Woodruff solo anchor of the nightly broadcast. Cover, write and present every story with the care I would want if the story were about me. WETA is the second-largest producer of programming for the PBS system, producing news and public affairs programs, including PBS NewsHour, PBS News Weekend and Washington Week; films by Ken Burns and Florentine Films, including Benjamin Franklin, Muhammad Ali and the recent The U.S. and the Holocaust; documentaries and series with Henry Louis Gates, Jr., including Making Black America: Through the Grapevineand Finding Your Roots; performance specials including In Performance at the White House, The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song, National Memorial Day Concert and A Capitol Fourth; and health content from Well Beings, a multiplatform campaign of digital and broadcast content and robust resources. Full Episode. What is it about him that you think makes him different? Please check your inbox to confirm. Judy Woodruff is a senior correspondent and the former anchor and managing editor of the PBS NewsHour. Now, cases are spiraling across towns and cities, hospitals are overburdened, medical staff are outnumbered and crematoriums are running, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine made a surprise visit to his nation's most important partner in its fight against Russia. Judy Woodruff is a senior correspondent and the former anchor and managing editor of the PBS NewsHour. She is a former member of the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics, a former director of the National Museum of American History and a former trustee of the Urban Institute. He attended Victoria College in Texas and then studied journalism at the University of Missouri. He's interested in a lot of different things, but those things which he's really interested in, politics and family and faith and sports, he gets deeply engaged. In 1960, Jim married his lifelong partner and love, Kate Staples. She serves on the boards of trustee of the Freedom Forum, The Duke Endowment and the Carnegie Corporation of New York, and is a director of Public Radio International and the National Association to End Homelessness. She is also the founder and former managing editor of NBCs Asian America platform, built in 2014, to elevate stories from Americas fastest-growing and most diverse population. He is part of the NBC team that in 2022 won the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award for Overall Excellence. At PBS from 1983 to 1993, she was the chief Washington correspondent for the MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour. Mark Shields, a syndicated columnist and commentator, was a fixture on the NewsHour for 33 years, providing insights into our nation's politics each Friday night before his retirement in December 2020. [7] She initially worked for Nightline. And we were standing up, because that's what we do at the kiddush after that bar mitzvah. He began his journalism career at ABC News World News Tonight after graduating from Morehouse College. She was 61. And, at times in the last few days, I have heard notes that Mark was part of a generation that we haven't we're not going to see the likes of again. She has covered politics and other news for five decades at NBC, CNN and PBS. Jims intelligence is so laser-like, no matter what hes applying it to, thats how he treats any situation, no matter how we treat a certain news story or what a news story means, MacNeil said this of his partner. newsletter for analysis you wont find anywhereelse. And at the end of this very newsy week, I have some news of my own to share. PBS NewsHour HistoryWhat is now PBS NewsHour began with public televisions unprecedented, gavel-to-gavel coverage of the U.S. Senate Watergate hearings in 1973 by Robert MacNeil and Jim Lehrer. On being named co-anchor of PBS NewsHour, Geoff Bennett said, "Im proud to work with such a stellar group of journalists in pursuit of a shared mission providing reliable reporting, solid storytelling and sharp analysis of the most important issues of the day. WebDavid Stephen. Thank you. Decades of research confirms that PBSs premier childrens media service, PBS KIDS, helps children build critical literacy, math and social-emotional skills, enabling them to find success in school and life. There was nobody like him. Woodruff last week set her final broadcast date as anchor of NewsHour for Friday, December 30, 2022 andannounced the launchof Judy Woodruff Presents: America at a Crossroads. I like American sports, basketball. Stephanie Sy is a PBS NewsHour correspondent and serves as anchor of PBS NewsHour West. David Gergen, Former "NewsHour" Commentator: My favorite moments in television have been Friday nights with Mark Shields. She has received a number of awards, including an Emmy Award and a Society for Features Journalism award. CDC approves new COVID booster shots. Judy lives in Washington, DC, with her husband, journalist Al Hunt, and they are the parents of three children and grandparents of one. His daughter Amy Doyle, and his longtime sparring partner, New York Times columnist David Brooks, join Judy Woodruff to remember his life and legacy. We started out with very different views. Hes brilliant at that. The move comes less than a week after Fox agreed to pay $787.5 million to settle a legal battle with Dominion Voting Systems over. On Nov. 22, 1963, a rainy morning, Jim was asked by an editor to check on one aspect of President John F. Kennedys visit to Dallas: Would the presidents limousine have a plexiglass bubble top attached to shield him and the first lady from rain? Mr. She is the recent recipient of an Emmy Lifetime Achievement Award, as well as the Radcliffe Medal, the Poynter Medal for Lifetime Achievement in Journalism, the Gwen Ifill Press Freedom Award from the Committee to Protect Journalists and the Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism from Arizona State University. So what do we assume has taken place here? Longtime PBS NewsHour anchor and co-founder Jim Lehrer has died. In 1983, the program expanded to one hour of news and analysis and was renamed The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour. Stephanie Sy is a PBS NewsHour correspondent and serves as anchor of PBS NewsHour West. He was a very warm, loving, hilarious, charming person. [5] At NBC's investigative unit, she was a producer of Mortgage Crisis Investigations, which was nominated for the 2008 Emmy Awards for Business & Financial Reporting. What I took away and have taken away and it still overrides everything that I have done in journalism since what the Kennedy assassination did for me was forever keep me aware of the fragility of everything, that, on any given moment, something could happen, Jim said, I mean, my God, if they could shoot the president, Jim said that because of that day, when he became city editor, he had a rule that every phone that rang in that newsroom got answered, because you never knew who was on the other line.. Carefully separate opinion and analysis from straight news stories and clearly label everything. Im Jim Lehrer. He died Thursday peacefully in his sleep at his home in Washington, PBS announced. Learn more about Friends of the NewsHour. And for the NewsHour, there will always be a forever., From Judy Woodruff: Longtime PBS NewsHour Anchor and Co-Founder Jim Lehrer Has Passed Away at 85. Nawaz previously won a Peabody for her documentary work on 2019s The Plastic Problem, examining global plastic pollution and efforts to address it. Geoff Bennett serves as co-anchor of PBS NewsHour. Nawaz has hosted three seasons of the primetime PBS series, Beyond the Canvas, featuring profiles and interviews of some of the worlds leading artists, musicians, and creators. Ron DeSantis has eclipsed politics and is now playing out in the courts. He loved playing as Al mentioned, he loved sports. Her father, Shuja Nawaz (brother of former Pakistani Army chief Asif Nawaz Janjua), had been a journalist in Pakistan. Subscribe to Heres the Deal, our politics NPRs Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report with Amy Walter join Amna Nawaz to discuss the latest political news, including the fierce political debate around abortion access and President Biden's expected reelection campaign announcement. Throughout her career, she has covered major events such as the January 6th attacks on the U.S. Capitol; the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas; the elections and inaugurations of President Joe Biden, President Donald J. Trump, and President Barack Obama; Hurricane Katrina; the 2010 Haiti earthquake; the U.S. war in Afghanistan; and the September 11th attacks. He said he's incredibly he was incredibly optimistic for America. Who's going to be with us? And he came to play every single time. Learn more about Friends of the NewsHour. Judy, something else in television, as you know, it can be a highly competitive field. He just believed in America, believed in unpretentious America, had a little scorn for anybody who might have a hint of snobbery, but believed in regular Americans and all of us. There is no improper relationship and I intend to cooperate with this inquiry, but that is not true.. Yes, I have sadness, but what a great life. Friday is Eid al-Fitr, the Muslim festival marking the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. For 33 years, Mark Shields brought his decades of political expertise, unapologetic liberal views, and quick Irish wit to our airwaves, providing critical context and perspective to some of the most historic moments in American politics, impeachments. He's been ambassador to Russia and was instrumental in setting up the Iran nuclear deal. Be Heard." In 2011, Judy was the anchor and reporter for the PBS documentary Nancy Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime. And in 2007, she completed an extensive project on the views of young Americans, titled Generation Next: Speak Up. Carlson, Hannity and Ingraham appeared close in November 2020. I wrote his name down. Subscribe to Here's the Deal, our politics newsletter. WebAmna Nawaz is an American broadcast journalist and a co-anchor of the PBS NewsHour alongside Geoff Bennett. Two stories of homeowners shooting someone for going to the wrong address have stunned many around the country. Don't forget to tune in to "Washington Week" later tonight and to "PBS News Weekend" tomorrow. Amna Nawaz is an American broadcast journalist and a co-anchor of the PBS NewsHour alongside Geoff Bennett. They both just sat down, and we riffed. I always knew with Mark I could totally trust him. producer (54 episodes, 1999-2008) Sara Just. She has covered politics and other news for five decades at NBC, CNN and PBS. Subscribe to Here's the Deal, our politics newsletter. She is the first-generation American daughter of Pakistani parents, born and raised in Virginia. Jim daily examined major turning points in the life of the nation and world. Both Nawaz and Bennett will both remain NBC News and MSNBC political contributors. A growing number of nations imposed travel restrictions Monday to try to slow the spread of the new coronavirus variant, omicron. As Yamiche Alcindor reports, there has been a growing number of abductions in Haiti, amid a number of crises there. War should not be the first resort. But he had a humility about him, as well as that Irish wit, that just made him a great partner. Before joining the NewsHour in 1993, she was a reporter for The Wall Street Journal , The San Diego Union-Tribune , the Concord Monitor , and Newsweek . NewsHour Productions also produces PBS News Weekend and Washington Week. In the years after Schwartzs death, his son found a manuscript. I am not in the entertainment business.. I mean it when I say I cannot believe they pay me to do this work that I absolutely love. And, sometimes, he would turn the games a little bit towards himself, where he might win more frequently than lose, but yes. It helps support the operations of more than 1,500 locally managed and operated public television and radio stations nationwide. Here with more remembrances of Mark are two people who knew him well, his daughter, Amy Doyle, and David Brooks of The New York Times, who was Mark's sparring partner here on Friday nights for nearly 20 years. Jims wife, Kate, served as his main debate prep sounding-board. Dominion Voting Systems alleged the right-wing network knowingly broadcast lies that its voting machines were used to steal the 2020 presidential election. Praying to come out on the other side, Kate said in 2012 when discussing Jims book, Tension City, which was a reflection on his role in presidential debates. NewsHour's average monthly digital audience for the same period topped 25M persons, while video views totaled 45.9M and social reach surpassed 13M. How does that sound when you hear that, Amy? And in that 2002 clip of me debating him about the Iraq War, what a punk guy I was. Some 70,000 letters poured in, praising the team and its work. All Rights Reserved. Post-retirement work She, Fresh off his State of the Union address, President Biden sat down with Judy Woodruff for an interview that touched on the economy, relations with China, the coming political season and her new project on the countrys divisions called America, China is grappling with the rapid spread of COVID-19 after the government began rolling back its zero-COVID restrictions earlier this month. We began life in October 1975 as The Robert MacNeil Report, Jim said, reminiscing on the 40th anniversary of the Watergate hearings. Author Hunter Walker joins Yamiche Alcindor with more details. I was lucky to know your family for, what, 40 years. From 1984 1990, she also anchored PBS award-winning documentary series, Frontline with Judy Woodruff. Moving to CNN in 1993, she served as anchor and senior correspondent for 12 years; among other duties, she anchored the weekday program Inside Politics. She returned to the NewsHour in 2007, and in 2013, she and the late Gwen Ifill were named the first two women to co-anchor a national news broadcast. Nawaz joined ABC News in 2015. For progressives, the breakdown. In addition to gavel-to-gavel coverage throughout the day, Jim presented a rebroadcast with analysis late into the night some 250 hours in all. New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart join Amna Nawaz to discuss the week in politics, including the potential 2024 rematch between President Biden and former President Trump and the impact of Tucker Carlson's, Jack Teixeira, the Air National Guardsman accused of posting highly classified documents online, appeared in a Massachusetts courtroom on Thursday. All Rights Reserved. He loved Sargent Shriver, so many of these politicians who were just big and ambitious in their dreams for what politics could do to improve the lives of the poor or the unfortunate. Talk about who that Mark was. Nawaz is also a member of the Inter-American Dialogue, a Washington, District of Columbia based think tank. He was 85. Please check your inbox to confirm. In 2019, Nawaz became the first Asian American and the first Muslim American to moderate a presidential debate. So, yes, it's very real. NewsHour also launched its Communities Initiativeand roster of journalists in the Dearborn/Detroit region, Fresno, New Orleans, Oklahoma City and St. Louis. [1] Before joining PBS in April 2018, Nawaz was an anchor and correspondent at ABC News and NBC News. I think God gave him a golden heart. There from the beginning, his wife of 55 years, Anne Shields. executive producer (38 episodes, 2014-2022) Amanda Pike. Delivered through member stations, PBS KIDS offers high-quality educational content on TV including a 24/7 channel, online atpbskids.org, via an array of mobile apps and in communities across America. I did not ask anyone to tell anything other than the truth. In 2022, PBS NewsHour assumed production oversight of PBS NewsHour Weekend, since renamed PBS News Weekend, as well as WETA's Washington Week. The political satire featured a modern day Mexican general who crosses into the U.S.. to retake the Alamo. She was 61. Nawaz also hosted the ABC podcast series Uncomfortable. They don't him to leave. He always told those who worked with him: Its not about us.. Jim was also at the Dallas police station when Lee Harvey Oswald, Kennedys assassin, was brought in for questioning. PBS is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. And that's probably the most important thing to my dad, I think, that, obviously, many people have said throughout the program. In 2005, she was a visiting fellow at Harvard Universitys Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy. [9] Later she was correspondent and bureau chief at NBC's Islamabad bureau.[6]. He pressed experts from the business world and military brass, as well as Americas top political figures. Judy is a graduate of Duke University, where she is a trustee emerita. How would he what do you think he'd be saying to us about trying to see the light out of this dark period? And more to come soon on who will be sitting at this desk after I step away. PBS NewsHour co-founder Jim Lehrer, a giant in journalism known for his tenacity and dedication to simply delivering the news, died peacefully in his sleep at home on Thursday, at the age of 85. With Bennett shifting to co-anchor of the weekday NewsHour, a new anchor of PBS News Weekend will be named in the coming weeks. He also serves as an NBC News and MSNBC political contributor. As soon as the process really gets underway its, Im Alice in Wonderland going in the rabbit hole. Seldom a day goes by, that I dont know that I am doing something because of something I learned in the Marine Corps, he said at a 2010 parade the Corps put on, in his honor. She also hosted the podcast series, Uncomfortable for ABC News Radio, featuring in-depth, one-on-one conversations with thought leaders on the issues dividing America. I mean, surely in the last few years, it was different, but over all the years of watching the ups and downs of American politics. Please check your inbox to confirm. And not being afraid to say you dont understand or you dont know. But also his extraordinary ability to listen. He challenged his conservative counterparts. While at ABC News, Nawaz hosted the documentary, Roberts County: A Year in the Most Pro-Trump Town, following four families lives over President Trumps first year in office. Prosecutors accused him of a history of violence and threats long before he allegedly committed one of the most significant, A blue checkmark on Twitter used to be a way for users to verify the authenticity of an account. President, is that true?, That is not true. newsletter for analysis you wont find anywhereelse. Subscribe to Heres the Deal, our politics And I frankly, I think one of the things I liked about doing it with him, it wasn't a debate. For one year after that she served as NBCs Today Show chief Washington correspondent. MacNeil described how Jim was able to moderate a discussion of several people and never drop important points. WebNewsletters Live About Amna Amna Nawaz serves as co-anchor of PBS NewsHour. I want to know why. Judy Woodruff is a senior correspondent and the former anchor and managing editor of the PBS NewsHour. The justices issued that order Wednesday and promised a new ruling by Friday night. The party-line vote capped a week-long saga that began as the first transgender member of, Harry Belafonte, a giant in the world of performance and activism, died Tuesday at 95. America was introduced to Morrie Schwartz nearly 30 years ago when he spoke with Ted Koppel about his battle with ALS, sharing his unflinching and thoughtful reflections on dying. Please check your inbox to confirm. He was 85. The private. Pressure is mounting on U.S. lawmakers and White House officials, who met again Wednesday, to secure a deal on the presidents Build Back Better agenda. After deciding to step away from the anchor desk, Judy Woodruff wanted to use this time to hone in on a topic she feels is the most urgent one facing our country: the deep divisions and distrust among us. More information about PBS is available atwww.pbs.org, one of the leading dot-org websites on the internet, or by followingPBS on Twitter,Facebook,or through ourapps for mobile and connected devices. Assume the viewer is as smart and caring and good a person as I am. You like everything except American. Assume the same about all people on whom I report. Arlington, VA (November 16, 2022) Sharon Rockefeller, President and CEO of WETA and President of NewsHour Productions,today named PBS NewsHour chief correspondent Amna Nawaz and chief Washington correspondent and PBS News Weekend anchor Geoff Bennett co-anchors of the nightly newscast. Mark and I went at it last week because we passionately disagree. You can judge them. President Biden said Belafonte was "A groundbreaking American who used his talent, his fame and his voice to help redeem the soul of our nation. Learn more about Friends of the NewsHour. Learn more about Friends of the NewsHour. His move to the national stage with PBS was when he became a correspondent for what was then called the National Public Affairs Center for Television, or NPAT. Arlington, VA (December 8, 2022) Sharon Percy Rockefeller, President and C.E.O. Woodruff has solo anchored the NewsHour since Ifill's untimely death in November 2016. And he would make I mean, my mom he always made us laugh. Judy Woodruff explores how that came to be and what it means for our shared future. In 1983, the program was renamed The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour and became the nations first and only hour-long nightly broadcast of national news, proving there existed both a need and a substantial audience for serious, long-form journalism. MacNeil, who would go on to become Jims lifelong friend and partner in journalism, also covered the assassination for NBC News. Subscribe to Heres the Deal, our politics It was there he first joined MacNeil to cover another watershed moment the Watergate hearings in 1973. In 2020, Nawaz hosted a criminal justice podcast, Broken Justice, which was named a finalist for the Silver Gavel Awards, honoring work that fosters the American publics understanding of law and the legal system. Anchor and managing editor Judy Woodruff announced her intent to step aside from the PBS NewsHour anchor desk on Friday, December 30, 2022.
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