A journalist for ABC News since 1982, Bury became a correspondent for ABC News
"Nightline" in January 1993. Since then he has covered many major stories in
the Clinton presidency, including the impeachment and Senate trial, the 1996
presidential race, the Clinton White House, Whitewater, the Asian economic
crisis, the political battle over health care reform, U.S.military policy in
Somalia, gays in the military, and the siege of the Branch Davidian compound in
Waco, Texas and its political aftermath. |
During the 1992 presidential election Bury served as ABC's "World News Tonight"
correspondent covering the Clinton campaign. He traveled full-time with Clinton
throughout the early primaries and covered the Democratic convention and the
November election. In addition, in 1990 Bury reported on the U.S. preparation
for Operation Desert Shield from Saudi Arabia, and during the 1980s and 1990s
covered many other major international and domestic stories.
[Read Ted Koppel's and Chris Bury's comments on this special
report, "The Clinton Years."]