About Jennifer @jenhijaz
Jennifer Hijazi is a news assistant at PBS NewsHour.
Jennifer’s Recent Stories
World Oct 06Nuclear disarmament coalition wins the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize
The 2017 Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) for drawing "attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for its ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based…
World Oct 025 important stories you may have missed
With the rush of news about the deadly shooting in Las Vegas, and the continuing recovery efforts in Puerto Rico, these five stories may have slipped under your radar.
Nation Sep 295 important stories that deserve a second look
The end of some Temporary Protected Status for Sudan, a hepatitis A outbreak in San Diego and other stories you may have missed in the rush of news.
Nation Sep 29Photos: Uncertainty and calls for resilience in Puerto Rico as residents wait for aid
Residents of Puerto Rico say the island's communities are resilient -- but that aid is coming too slowly, especially to the island’s most remote areas.
Nation Sep 26Así es como puedes ayudar a las víctimas de los huracanes en Puerto Rico
Casi todos los 3,4 millones de habitantes del territorio estadounidense necesitan ayuda para recuperarse de la tormenta. Así es como Usted puede ayudar:…
Nation Sep 25How you can help hurricane victims in Puerto Rico
It could take a year or more to rebuild certain areas of Puerto Rico, officials say. Here's how you can help.
Arts Sep 15Reviews of Clinton’s memoir were deleted for violating company guidelines, Amazon says
Mega-retailer Amazon has come under scrutiny for deleting nearly 900 predominately negative reviews of Hillary Clinton’s new campaign memoir “What Happened.” The number of reviews spiked to over 1,400 following the book’s release, split almost evenly between glowing praise and…
Politics Sep 15After strong backlash, Harvard dean revokes Chelsea Manning’s fellowship invitation
About 48 hours after Harvard University announced Chelsea Manning was among the visiting fellows for the upcoming academic year, the Harvard Kennedy School dean rescinded the invite.
Politics Sep 13Chelsea Manning, Sean Spicer named as visiting Harvard fellows
Manning, a transgender activist and security expert who was jailed for releasing confidential information to WikiLeaks, and Spicer, known for acerbic exchanges with reporters during his tenure as White House press secretary, join former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and…
Nation Sep 07Kate Millett, renowned feminist who shed light on ‘Sexual Politics,’ dies at 82
“The world was sleeping, and Kate Millett woke it up,” feminist writer and critic Andrea Dworkin wrote of Millett’s contributions to feminism and mental health.