On Friday, family, friends and the NewsHour community -- both past and present -- said goodbye to one of our co-founders. Jim Lehrer, who died January 23 at the age of 85, was honored with a ceremony at the National…
Family members, friends and our PBS NewsHour family -- past and present -- said goodbye to co-founder Jim Lehrer on Friday.
By Courtney Norris
We often refer to the "NewsHour family." Jim was our founding father.
By Mike Melia
New York Times columnist David Brooks and The Washington Post’s Karen Tumulty join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s political news, including how effective House impeachment managers are at making the case for President Trump’s removal, the latest 2020 campaign…
By Lorna Baldwin
As we continue to grieve the loss of our co-founder and former anchor, Jim Lehrer, we close with the voices of our staff, past and present, and NewsHour family. Jim touched so many lives and leaves an indelible imprint on…
By Laura Santhanam, Joshua Barajas
He offered viewers the chance to hear different sides and find common ground, and over the years he offered insight into his philosophy.
By Gretchen Frazee
For those who worked with Jim Lehrer, his legacy is deeply personal.
It is impossible to quantify Jim Lehrer’s influence on this news program, American journalism, presidential debates or the lives of so many of us. He was an extraordinary journalist, writer, collaborator and friend. Robert MacNeil, Lehrer’s NewsHour co-founder, longtime Lehrer…
Politicians, fellow journalists and friends are remembering Jim Lehrer, NewsHour co-founder and longtime executive editor and anchor, as a legendary journalist.
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