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 Aug 30European leaders call emergency meeting to address migrant crisis
Officials from Germany, Great Britain and France called for a more comprehensive plan on Sunday to process and distribute the hundreds of thousands of migrants who have poured into Europe this year, undertaking journeys that have turned deadly and exposing…
Nation Aug 29Photos: Through tears and cheers, New Orleans honors victims 10 years after Hurricane Katrina
Residents and visitors of New Orleans, surrounded by the sound of church bells and jazz music, marked the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina on Saturday, remembering victims of the storm and celebrating the region's resiliency.
World Aug 23Update: British airshow jet crash kills 11, injures dozens
Seven people were killed and more than a dozen were injured after a military jet crashed during an air show on Saturday in West Sussex, United Kingdom.
Nation Aug 23Giant panda Mei Xiang gives birth to twins at National Zoo
The National Zoo's giant panda Mei Xiang gave birth to twin cubs on Saturday in Washington D.C., the zoo confirmed.
World Aug 23Photos: More migrants land in Greece day after record numbers rescued from Mediterranean Sea
More than 5,000 migrants crossed into Serbia on Sunday en route to western Europe, as Greece ferried more refugees from overcrowded islands to its mainland.
World Aug 09Photos: Singapore turns 50, celebrates evolution since independence
The people of Singapore celebrated 50 years of independence on Sunday, haling its growth from a poor colonial port in a poverty-stricken region to a wealthy metropolis with unrivaled economic success.
Nation Aug 02Empire State Building aglow with Cecil the lion and more to spotlight endangered animals
Manhattan's concrete jungle was briefly taken over by a menagerie of real wildlife on Saturday night, as giant projections of endangered animals were ceremoniously splashed across the Empire State Building.
Nation Aug 01Once in a blue moon: See photos of Friday’s lunar rarity around the world
See photos from around the world of Friday's blue moon, the second of two full moons appearing in the same calendar month.
Nation Jul 12Iconic fast food chain Whataburger says no to Texas’ new open carry law
Despite a recently passed law allowing licensed Texans to carry handguns in plain view, Whataburger, the iconic Texas restaurant chain, will not allow the open carrying of guns on its properties.
World Jul 12Drug lord ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán escapes prison for second time
Mexico's most notorious drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán, broke out of a maximum security prison on Saturday night for the second time, escaping through a hole under his cell that led to an elaborate tunnel.