About Elizabeth @lizflock
Elizabeth Flock is a reporter and producer for the NewsHour. She can be reached at email@example.com
Elizabeth’s Recent Stories
Nation Sep 10Hurricane Irma leaves Florida trailer park residents with impossible choices
Orlando issued a mandatory evacuation for all mobile home communities. But many stayed for their pets.
Nation Sep 09A rifle, a cross and 20 tortoises. What Irma evacuees carried north
Ten Floridians told the PBS NewsHour why they were on the move and what they left behind -- or why they chose not to leave at all.
Nation Sep 08Despite mandatory evacuation, many on this Florida island plan to ride out the storm
“My house has been here for 53 years, and not blown away yet,” says Chris Quarno, who plans to stay along with his daughters and granddaughters, and boasts that he has lived through six hurricanes on Merritt Island before.
Arts Sep 06Here’s every state’s song of the summer (no, it’s not all ‘Despacito’)
America's song of the summer was the reggaeton hit "Despacito." But it wasn't the top song everywhere.
Poetry Sep 05How death row inmates at San Quentin are using poetry to examine the prison system — and themselves
Prison literature has a long and rich history, stretching back to Jack London, Nelson Algren and Malcolm X. The genre includes powerful work from prisoners incarcerated on death row, which is often surfaced with the help of activists or artists…
Nation Sep 01360 video of a rescue from the floodwaters in Houston
Watch this 360 video of three brothers driving a truck through Houston floodwaters to help fellow Texans.
Nation Aug 31For three brothers, ‘Texas pride’ means buying a 5-ton truck on Craigslist and helping fellow Texans
When Hurricane Harvey began to hammer Houston, three brothers from San Antonio decided they couldn’t just sit at home. “We were trying to figure out what to do. How to help,” said Brad Morris, when his cousin, a Houston police…
Nation Aug 31In a Texas shelter, evacuees ‘don’t know what we lost or what we didn’t lose’
"If the bad weather comes and you’re still here," law enforcement voices blared, "we’re not going to do anything for you." Now stuck in shelters, Texans endure boredom and anxiety. What will they find when they finally return home?…
Poetry Aug 22This poet is making sure women of the Bauhaus movement get their due
The Bauhaus German art school of the early to mid-20th century is today associated with several things: its stark white modernist buildings, its emphasis on re-combining arts and craft, and the male artists and architects who taught there, including Paul…
Arts Aug 18Spotify has removed white power music from its platform. But it’s still available on dozens of other sites
Music that promotes white nationalism is still easily available for free on YouTube and SoundCloud and for sale from independent music labels and distribution services.