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Elizabeth Flock is a reporter and producer for the NewsHour. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth’s Recent Stories
Poetry Oct 30This poet wants us to unlearn the words, ‘Sorry to be a woman’
Watch women read these powerful lines of poetry from McKayla Robbin's collection "we carry the sky."…
Arts Oct 27Why Tom Hanks posts photos of lost things on his Twitter feed
"You know, a lost glove looking for its mate, isn’t that just the way of the world?" Hanks said. "Aren’t we all just lost gloves?"…
Arts Oct 25Fats Domino, New Orleans legend who brought the ‘thrill’ to rock ‘n’ roll, dies at 89
Fats Domino, who recorded the beloved hits “Ain’t That a Shame,” “Blueberry Hill,” and “Blue Monday," outsold every 1950s rock ‘n’ roll star except Elvis Presley.
Arts Oct 24Inside Nollywood, the booming film industry that makes 1,500 movies a year
Nollywood is now the world’s second largest film industry in terms of number of films produced. Here's how it happened.
Arts Oct 23What Tom Hanks has to say about the Weinstein scandal
"The dam has burst here in a big way, and it is not just the halls of places like Harvey Weinstein’s office," he said.
Politics Oct 23WATCH: President Trump awards Medal of Honor to Vietnam War veteran
President Donald Trump will award the Medal of Honor on Monday to a Vietnam War veteran from Alabama who risked his life on multiple occasions while serving as a medic.
World Oct 23WATCH: Sec. Tillerson speaks during surprise visit to Afghanistan
Tillerson visited Bagram Air Base for talks with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani over the Trump administration's South Asia policy and strategy, and to reiterate the United States' commitment to peace and stability in the region.
World Oct 19Women in India are also saying #MeToo
"Like most Indian women, I am not safe. I cannot walk where I want. I cannot wear what I want. Not unless I'm 'asking for it'... #MeToo."…
Arts Oct 17‘How do I know she’s being forced?’: New exhibit reveals the dark underbelly of human trafficking
The startling exhibit in Washington D.C. reveals how labor and sex trafficking is alive and well in the U.S. and around the world.
Poetry Oct 16This poem shows what sexual abuse looks like
“From One / who says, ‘Don’t cry. You’ll like it after a while,’” she writes. “And Two who tells you thank you / after the fact and can’t look at your face.”…