At the PBS NewsHour, we get a lot of people writing in to share their thoughts on the show. Sometimes they tell us how much a particular segment means to them, or how much they learned. Sometimes they are more…
By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins
Thirty-four years ago today, John Hinckley tried to kill President Ronald Reagan.
By Colleen Shalby
Join Judy Woodruff in this first in a series of Facebook chats for journalism students featuring PBS NewsHour journalists.
By Nora Daly
There is no way to prevent the disappointment of those nearest and dearest to you when they call and you are not there to answer the phone, their feelings of disappointment may be assuaged ever so slightly by this unexpected…
By Nora Daly
By Margaret Myers
The holidays are a busy time of year. But don't be the one who brings store-bought baked goods to your holiday party. NewsHour's got you covered.
By Anya van Wagtendonk
Throughout the 2014 campaign season, PBS NewsHour has been reporting on some of the most exciting races directly from the field. With a week left until Election Day, revisit some of our favorite segments alongside the producers and reporters who…
President Bill Clinton thinks that Vladimir Putin won’t be able to deny the hit that U.S. and European sanctions will have on Russia, but his control of the media will enable him to hang on. In an interview with PBS…
By Morgan Till
The famous "Boys on the Bus"--the gaggle of reporters who covered the 1972 McGovern/Nixon race, memorialized in Tim Crouse's book of the same name--lost another member today. Longtime CBS and CNN correspondent Bruce Morton died Thursday afternoon in Washington…
PBS President Paula Kerger nominated Judy Woodruff and Gwen Ifill for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Watch NewsHour's co-anchors accept.
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