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 Feb 14One killed, three wounded in Charlie Hebdo-style terror attack in Denmark
One civilian was killed and three policemen were wounded during a free speech public forum at a Copenhagen cafe in an apparent terror attack on Saturday. Danish police said a 40-year-old man was killed and three police officers…
Health Feb 01Carl Djerassi, a creator of the birth control pill, dies at 91
It was Dr. Carl Djerassi, along with two colleagues, who patented the key ingredient that led to the development of the oral contraceptive in 1951.
Arts Feb 01The next Serial? 12 podcasts to listen to instead of watching Super Bowl XLIX
Still feeling a void after the end of Serial? Not really into the big game? Here's a list of podcasts you can listen to in the time it takes to watch Super Bowl XLIX.
Nation Jan 25Crippling and ‘potentially historic’ blizzard to slam Northeast
A crippling and potentially historic winter storm was approaching a large swath of the northeastern United States Sunday, which officials and forecasters warned could dump up to three feet of snow, produce high winds and cause power outages and flight…
Nation Jan 25Colorado to federal government: Let our colleges grow pot for research
Colorado colleges may soon begin growing their own weed -- that is, if a group of state officials have their way -- in order to study more in-depth the drug's health affects.
World Jan 24Japanese hostage reportedly executed in Syria
Japanese officials condemned the apparent execution of Haruna Yukawa, a 42-year-old unemployed widower who went to Syria in July and was captured the next month.
Nation Jan 18FAA no longer letting agents skip checkpoints after inspector arrested
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration suspended a program on Saturday that allows its safety inspectors to skip security checkpoints while on the job, following the arrest of an FAA agent earlier in the week who was caught allegedly carrying a…
Nation Jan 17Miami sniper training halted after target practice mugshots found
Police in North Miami have suspended a sniper training program after it was revealed that trainees used old mugshots of black suspects during target practice.
World Jan 13Searchers retrieve second black box from crashed AirAsia flight
Indonesian search teams believe they've located the black box flight recorders of the AirAsia flight that crashed into the Java Sea two weeks ago, officials announced Sunday.
World Jan 11Child suicide bombers kill more than 20 in two Nigerian market blasts
Two young girls strapped with explosives in northeast Nigeria blew themselves up Sunday, killing three other people in the second apparent attack in two days using child suicide bombers.