About Andrew @andrewjmach
Andrew Mach is a former Digital Editor for PBS NewsHour in New York City, where he manages the online editorial direction of the national broadcast's weekend edition. Formerly, Mach was a news editor and staff writer for NBC News. He's also written for the Christian Science Monitor in Boston and had stints at ABC News, the Washington Post and German network ZDF in Berlin, in addition to reporting for an investigative journalism project in Phoenix. Mach was a recipient of the 2016 Kiplinger Fellowship, the 2015 RIAS German/American Exchange fellowship by the Radio Television Digital News Foundation and the 2012 Berlin Capital Program Fulbright. He attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and is a native of Aberdeen, South Dakota.
Andrew’s Recent Stories
World Mar 27From Fifth Avenue to the Vatican, celebrating Easter around the globe
From church services to pastel eggs -- Easter traditions of both a religious and secular nature were well on display across the globe on Sunday.
Nation Mar 13Poll: Are ‘ridiculous’ airline fees grounding your travel plans?
The Forbidding Airlines from Imposing Ridiculous Fees Act — yes, that’s really what it’s called — aims to limit the fees airlines can charge for checked baggage, ticket changes and cancellations.
Nation Feb 27Despite nuclear deal, ‘collateral damage’ of sanctions snares Iranian-Americans
While experts agree that the U.S. government never intended for sanctions against Iran to burden Iranian-Americans, some critics say the collateral effects snare those living in the U.S. -- even after January's nuclear deal.
World Feb 07Photos: Brazil’s Carnival in full swing despite widespread Zika threat
Even as widespread fears of the Zika virus hang heavy over Brazil, the annual Carnival festival was in full swing over the weekend.
Science Jan 30Animal ‘selfies’ show how protecting wildlife habitats is paying off
Researchers found that of the 244 species photographed, just 22 percent decreased in number – suggesting protected areas can maintain overall biodiversity.
Nation Jan 248 things you didn’t know about bananas
With the future of the banana industry in flux, here are eight things you didn't know about one of America's favorite snacks.
Nation Jan 23No one loves Winter Storm Jonas more than this giant panda
While Washington D.C. residents hunkered down on Saturday as Winter Storm Jonas battered a large swath of the Eastern Seaboard, the Smithsonian National Zoo's giant panda Tian Tian basked in snowy bliss.
Science Jan 16Massive titanosaur, biggest dinosaur ever found, squeezes into Museum of Natural History
The biggest creature to ever walk the surface of the earth invaded New York City’s American Museum of Natural History on Friday—a dinosaur species so new that it hasn’t even been named, with a skeleton so big that it doesn’t…
Nation Jan 0910 cutting-edge gadgets from the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show
From a hoverboard that doubles as your butler to an alarm clock that wakes you up by scent -- here are ten of the most cutting-edge gadgets from the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show…
Arts Dec 20‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ breaks record for biggest opening weekend
Continuing to shatter almost every box office record, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" now holds the record for a film's biggest domestic opening weekend ever.