About Travis @tcd004
Travis Daub is Digital Director at PBS NewsHour where he manages the incredible digital content team and oversees the integration of online and on-air content. With 20 years of experience in online publishing, Travis has been honored to work alongside talented colleagues at the PBS NewsHour, Foreign Policy magazine and the Des Moines Register.
Travis’s Recent Stories
Politics Oct 222018 Midterm Elections
Science Oct 10The Plastic Problem
World Jun 12Read the document signed by Trump and Kim after the summit
Early Tuesday morning in Washington, the White House released the text of the document signed by President Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un after their summit in Singapore.
Science Jan 31Watch: The super blue blood moon makes first appearance since 1866
If cloudy skies are blocking your view or you can’t manage to roll out of bed for an early morning viewing, we’ve got you covered. Watch the first super blue blood moon to appear over the U.S. in more than…
Nation Oct 14Evacuations continue in California’s wine country
Nation Oct 13News Wrap: Ryan pledges more assistance for Puerto Rico
Health Oct 12How Trump’s executive order affects health care plans
Congress may have failed to repeal and replace Obamacare, but an executive order signed by President Trump on Thursday could trigger big changes in the health care law. William Brangham talks to Avik Roy of the Foundation for Research on…
World Oct 12What can stop the extreme violence against Rohingya Muslims?
The mass exodus from Myanmar continues for Rohingya Muslims, who are fleeing what the U.N. has called “a textbook case of ethnic cleansing.” Judy Woodruff speaks with Eric Schwartz of Refugees International and Daniel Russel of Asia Society about the…
Nation Oct 02America Addicted
View our complete coverage of the heroin epidemic.
World Sep 27Agent Orange puts a new generation at risk in Vietnam
At the height of the Vietnam War in 1968, two young Americans who shared a sense of service made two very different decisions: one joined the Marine Corps and one went to Saigon to help war orphans. Decades later, they…