Judy Woodruff (born November 20, 1946) is an American television news anchor and journalist.
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Note that doesn't deny that Judy Woodruff pulled strings for her.
I am a Judy Woodruff fan, but she cannot come close to correctly pronouncing "Okanogan."
On the tonight Judy Woodruff's jacket looks like she's part of the crew of the Starship Enterprise.
not the old Bernie Shaw or Judy Woodruff days, but it’s real news Not hate watching but actually learning
Expecting Iran to cheat is why we need this deal, says former Mossad chief: JUDY WOODRUFF: But, first, P...
Female warriors make history as first Army Ranger grads: JUDY WOODRUFF: One of the most storied institut...
Efraim Halevy, former director of Mossad, tonight told Judy Woodruff on that he endorsed the Iran Nuclear Treaty.
Is the trail of secrets we leave online ever safe?: JUDY WOODRUFF: Internet hackers dumped troves of personal ...
As Greek PM resigns, will his party come back stronger in snap elections?: JUDY WOODRUFF: There was anot...
An unflappable anchor with a huge heart - Andrea Mitchell - via
Let's see if Judy Woodruff reports this who seems devoted to doing damage to passing the treaty.
Where does the Iran nuclear deal stand in Congress?: Watch Video | Listen to the Audio JUDY WOODRUFF:… |
Haven't seen media so crestfallen since election night 1994 when Judy Woodruff fought back tears when GOP took the House
Israeli scientist talks Iran nuclear deal concerns: He joins Judy Woodruff from Israel to discuss why he argue...
PBS's is either a liar or self unaware? Take your pick Judy, it's one or the other?
That yellow suit that Judy Woodruff is wearing is gorgeous. Very classy. 😉
Are Iowa voters having a summer romance with Sanders and Trump?: JUDY WOODRUFF: We begin tonight in Iowa...
Is your last name a coincidence or are you related to anchor Judy Woodruff?
China: Should the U.S. Engage? PBS NewsHour anchor Judy Woodruff speaks to Robert Rubin and Henry Paulson
Here's an interview from today with Judy Woodruff of PBS Newshour.
only if they don't get hurt, or fall on Judy Woodruff again
Judy Woodruff recalls assassination attempt on President Reagan.
Judy Woodruff remembers the day Reagan was shot:
Must Read: Judy remembers the day Reagan was shot:
I recall coverge whl waiting at school for Mom MT remembers assassination attempt
Judy Woodruff remembers the day Reagan was shot
Here's a recap of account of the day Reagan was shot
Judy Woodruff remembers the day Reagan was shot - PBS NewsHour
'Forever burned into my memory': Judy Woodruff remembers Reagan assassination attempt
Here's a recap of first-person account of the day Reagan was shot:
"Every news organization should ideally be as broadly repr..".
Video: PBS - It’s bang-GORE not Banger, Mainers report: Earlier this week Judy Woodruff mispronounced the name...
Both Judy Woodruff and Gwen Ifill were compelled to wish us a hasty Happy Valentines Day this eve. It's We don't expect massages.
via I learned BANGOR proper pronunciation just like Judy Woodruff!
Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff are probably the best nightly news anchors right now.
Good lord someone check on Judy Woodruff and Gwen Ifill.
I didn't know he was married to Judy Woodruff. She's a good reporter.
Rachel Maddow, Gwen Ifill, and Judy Woodruff are literally the only news hosts I like left standing after all these announcements tonight!
Owen watching NewsHour: "It's Martha Stewart and the pink lady from Harry Potter." (Judy Woodruff interviewing Margaret Warner.)
Dr. Anne Schuchat - - speaking with Judy Woodruff on Tuesday's
Are you disappointed that / Newseum try to mainstream Gannett, Freedom Forum, Judy Woodruff: Shame on you.
Judy Woodruff and Gwen Ifil are hardly Centrist. Jim Lerah was pretty Center but PBS now is more NPRlike so I'll pass.
I just saw Judy Woodruff talking about stuff on the internet. People still listen to Judy Woodruff? Why?
hate to miss him and Mark Shields with Judy Woodruff on Friday nites on PBS!Brooks and Shields are both so good,so informed and humorous!The
needs to use his pull and get Judy Woodruff to use the phrase "on fleek" on air
I watch CNN then turn to PBS News Hour with Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff
Judy Woodruff to aspiring journalists: ‘You need to care about the world around you’
The White House said American officials had not known about efforts to win the freedom of South African school teacher Pierre Korkie before a failed U.S. commando raid to rescue Korkie and the American photographer Luke Somers from al-Qaida captors in Yemen. Judy Woodruff reports. Continue reading →
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s news, including the grand jury verdict on the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, the resignation of Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, plus what our commentators are thankful for this Th…
A story in Rolling Stone details the gang rape of an 18-year-old student by seven men at a fraternity house at the University of Virginia. Journalist Sabrina Erdely says that the young woman reported the assault to the administration but nothing was done. Erdely joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the...
Following President Obama’s speech on immigration, Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., questioned the president’s legal authority to implement his plan. Referring to Obama’s past actions on the issue, Issa said, “Well, you don’t sink a ship and then talk about patching the hull.” Judy Woodruff gets reactio…
I don't even know who Judy Woodruff is, thankfully. She works for government-paid PBS, so I'm sure she's on board with Obama.
I caught his speech on PBS and judy woodruff could barely hold back her pompousness when interviewing Issa for repub response
I agree with your assessment of the NewsHour under Judy Woodruff. She has undermined it with her weak sister act.
Issa says Justice Dept just told country the pres can't do what he wants to do legals. Losing his temper, interrupting Judy Woodruff.
PBS turns to Darrell Issa for GOP response. He's interrupting Judy Woodruff.
FUN MEDIA FACT: On this day in 1946, American journalist Judy Woodruff was born.
Re our ABC: in the US, it would be hard to see Jim Lehrer or Judy Woodruff using PBS to protest to a US politician about cuts to PBS ala 730
"Judy Woodruff talks to Dennis Ross of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy and Shibley Telhami of the...
Judy bloom shoulda prepared me for this
Judy Woodruff, anchor of PBS NewsHour speaking tonight @ cronkite.
Young people don't take things for granted - the pace of change is phenomenal - Judy Woodruff ..
Judy Woodruff at Politics have never been so partisan. Republicans&Democrats used to socialize. No more.
Judy Woodruff from speaking at downtown studio.
Happy Birthday, Gwen Ifill! Gwendolyn L. "Gwen" Ifill (/ˈaɪfəl/; born September 29, 1955) is an American journalist, television newscaster and author. She is the moderator and managing editor of Washington Week and co-anchor and co-managing editor, with Judy Woodruff, of PBS NewsHour, both of which air on PBS. She is a political analyst, and moderated the 2004 and 2008 Vice Presidential debates. She is the author of the book The Breakthrough: Politics and Race in the Age of Obama. Ifill was born in New York City, the fifth child of African Methodist Episcopal minister (Oliver) Urcille Ifill, Sr., a Panamanian of Barbadian descent who emigrated from Panama, and Eleanor Ifill, who was from Barbados. Her father's ministry required the family to live in several cities throughout New England and the Eastern Seaboard during her youth. In her childhood, Ifill lived in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts church parsonages and in federally subsidized housing in Buffalo and New York City. She graduated in 1977 with a ...
President Obama announced a multi-step campaign to work with regional partners to destroy the Islamic State. How realistic is that goal? Judy Woodruff discus...
Thank you to Judy Woodruff for nominating Kennedy Krieger Institute to do the Ice Bucket Challenge! As a nonprofit that relies heavily on donations to advance patient care and research for children and adolescents with injuries and disorders of the brain, spinal cord and musculoskeletal system, we can relate to the need for more awareness and funds. In recognition of all the patients we serve with we accept this challenge and now would like to challenge all of our families and friends to do whatever they can to show support for charitable organizations. We have also sent a donation to the ALS Association in support of their research efforts.
Now time to go watch the news on PBS -the most balanced and unfiltered news by Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff.
I guess Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff don't count since we're only talking about the Big Three?
So Atlanta police just shot this homeless dude in woodruff park, I got it all on tape. She was trying…
Is Judy Woodruff's friendship with IRS Commissioner Koskinen stifling coverage of the scandal? Read instead.
Deceiptful, despite Judy Woodruff claim that he is a fine, honorable man.
"Who was enthralled by a casserole?" gasped Judy Woodruff, hilariously.
Wonderful: Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff do the ALS ice bucket challenge:
Behind the mysterious holes in Siberia: PBS JUDY WOODRUFF: Finally tonight,... VIDEO:
Well done I see why you were still cold tonight!
Most fun ALS ice bucket I've seen: and ~great squeals, girls :)
How will ALS Ice Bucket Challenge money be spent?: JUDY WOODRUFF: Finally tonight, a fund-raising and Internet...
Turning parents into teachers to fight the ‘summer slide’ in reading: JUDY WOODRUFF: As the new school year ap...
PBS + viral = always gold. Judy Woodruff and Gwen Ifill do the ice-bucket challenge. Shields and Books next.
Hats off to & taking in style Staff seemed to enjoy!
That water was colder than they expected! Judy Woodruff and Gwen Ifill accept the ice bucket challenge.
Watch & accept the with Team doing the honors
Gwen Ifill & Judy Woodruff accepted the so I spent my morning dumping water on their heads
I added a video to a playlist Slow motion: Judy Woodruff and Gwen Ifill take the ALS ice bucket
"Hats off" to and for a great Loved being a part of it
Judy Woodruff, who is probably the person I admire most in the world these days, did the ice bucket challenge:
& accepted the Team NewsHour did the honors:
if you believe and I are all wet, you're right. watch us take on the
.and accept the Ice Bucket Challenge (w/GIF). What hat is wearing in the video?
.& accepted the Team NewsHour did the honors:
This is totally great:. Judy Woodruff and Gwen Ifill accept the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Hey staff: can you spell RETRIBUTION? w
The Supreme Court delivered a setback to organized labor with a 5-4 decision on whether public sector home-health workers have to pay union dues. Marcia Coyle of The National Law Journal analyzes the arguments and implications with Judy Woodruff. Continue reading →
Today on WOR, one of the major New York City radio stations, a female newscaster said that the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby decision means that certain employers can refuse to cover birth control for women under the PPACA if they have religious objections. If you go to the WOR Web site right now, you will find a headline to that effect. On PBS's The News Hour, Judy Woodruff said the same thing--that Hobby Lobby meant that the PPACA's requirement that employers cover contraceptive services does not apply to employers with religious objections to this requirement. Since what the Supreme Court actually said was that people with religious objections are exempt from providing 4 of the 20 named contraceptives--and must provide the other 16--I wonder where WOR and Woodruff got this idea. Since Woodruff is Mrs. Al Hunt, I have my suspicions in her case, but I do wonder.
Why we’re all paying the cost of excessive drinking: JUDY WOODRUFF: Now: A new report from the federal Centers...
Judy Woodruff of just had a disaster of an interview with Hank Paulson. She needs to RETIRE.
How ISIL capitalized on vulnerabilities of Iraq’s security forces: JUDY WOODRUFF: For more on the situation in...
I is for infant: Reading aloud to young children benefits brain development: JUDY WOODRUFF: Finally, a new cal...
Kurdish leader: ‘We are facing a new reality and a new Iraq’: JUDY WOODRUFF: Secretary of State John Kerry pus...
So Chris Wallace is polluting Fox this evening with one lib hack after another > Julian Epstein & Judy Woodruff & as always Juan. See ya Fox
I don't know why I always imagine Judy Woodruff speaking when I hear Terry Gross' voice, they don't sound alike at all.
Great Time of Sharing tonight! Thanks Denise Newton Dean Newton, Kelly Barbour and Bob and Judy Woodruff Duncanson!
What’s holding up the closure of Guantanamo Bay?: JUDY WOODRUFF: So, where do things stand at Guantanamo today...
Ok My Dear Male Friends, I have not forgotten you either. Judy Woodruff
Judy Woodruff asking friends from Asia, Europe and Middle East their thoughts on future of US global leadership. Not to miss.
sitting in the conference will see what comes out, Judy Woodruff as moderator so nice so far
Cantor's wife looks eerily like Judy Woodruff
Common Core standards face push back by some Louisiana parents and politicians: JUDY WOODRUFF: Educators and l...
Nation will be stronger after election PBS anchorwoman Judy Woodruff tells crowd at the University of Oklahoma -...
a Bill Gates interview has always been subpar or byzantine. It's like they have stateside. I just hear Judy Woodruff
"How do u explain this huge criticism, inc fr some ppl who were calling to get Bergdahl back?" Is Judy Woodruff rly this clueless?
As far as news goes, I miss the good 'ol days of Judy Woodruff & Bernard Shaw on Guess I'm old school.
Judy Woodruff is one of the most dynamic speakers I have had the pleasure to see. Ms. Woodruff is a true advocate for people with disabilities
Linda Woodruff Stovall, Judy Woodruff Jost...this is us in a few years. Lol
Judy Woodruff. Really nice words and super good vibs.agree?
The National Institutes of Health announced that it will require scientists to test new drugs on both male and female animals. Until now, most early trials have been conducted on males. Judy Woodruff joins Dr. Janine Clayton of National Institutes of Health and Phyllis Greenberger of Society for Wom…
Judy Woodruff is a decent enough journalist but it isn't like she asked really complicated, subtle gotcha questions on
Judy Woodruff asked if sex-diff studies would mean more cost, and where lack of studies endangered health. NIH flacks dodged and flailed
News Wrap: Thai army declares martial law: JUDY WOODRUFF: Another 2.4 million cars and trucks are headed back ...
Former President Bill Clinton spoke to PBS NewsHour's Judy Woodruff on Monday just before the kickoff to the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting in New ...
OK, admittedly this is probably a minor point - beans perhaps in this troubled world - but maybe not. Why the *** are women of substance -- women who have important opinions to share, world to change -- appearing on camera in the middle of February in sleeveless dresses??? Br!! Mika Brzezinski on Morning Joe, although she has started donning sweaters and seems to have shunned the sleeveless option for now, but Judy Woodruff on the News Hour??? The poor woman looks like she's turning blue. Andrea Mitchell? I hope Kokie Roberts doesn't succumb to the madness. And is there some operation they're all getting? Their arms seem strangely straight and curveless. Then there's Woodruff's, which look suspiciously like she's had deltoid implants and tricep reductions. Is there such a thing?? Gabrielle Obre , women of America please weigh in.
just binged on everything but the news. I wish every video on the web had a Judy woodruff/news hour theme song intro.
Christeen Chilson Haskins, Judy Woodruff, Sandra King Tony De Stephen I have a new slogan for our t-shirts. Release the Cracking!
Judy Woodruff talks to Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., in another conversation in our series on income inequality.
UFF: Syrian rebels dealt a stunning blow to the Assad government today, a bombing that wiped out part of the country’s power elite. The attack in Damascus raised new fears in Washington and other capitals. The bomb exploded in a meeting of Syrian Cabinet and top security officers, the most serious assault yet on the core of the regime, among the dead, the defense minister, Daoud Rajha, and President Bashar al-Assad’s brother-in-law, Assef Shawkat, who was the widely-feared deputy defense minister. One other senior official was killed, too. State television confirmed the killings and blamed unspecified terrorists. IMRAN AL-ZOUBI, Syrian Information Minister (through translator): The two field marshals today, the defense minister and deputy defense minister, are not the first of our martyrs, although we hope that they are the last. JUDY WOODRUFF: The opposition Free Syrian Army claimed responsibility. A member of the Syrian National Council, the political arm of the resistance, said it showed the expand ...
Deadly winter storm dubbed ‘Snochi’ wreaks havoc for the East Coast: JUDY WOODRUFF: Winter bore down on the No...
Gov. Corbett: Barrage of winter storms has taxed the patience of Pennsylvanians: JUDY WOODRUFF: We check in wi...
Judy Woodruff's "really? REALLY?" brow furrow skeptical face was getting some good screen time tonight. love it.
Just watched Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina, discussing education and other subjects with Judy Woodruff. This young man makes a lot of sense!
Highlight's from Judy Woodruff's years as co-anchor and anchor of CNN's "Inside Politics"
An organized sniper attack on an electrical substation near San Jose, Calif., last April raises unsettling questions about the vulnerability of our nation’s power grid. Judy Woodruff talks to Jon Wellinghoff, former chair of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and Mark Weatherford, former depu...
Judy Woodruff speaking fee. take money from corporate groups to push Diversity.
Sitting down with Judy Woodruff and PBS to talk about my
Roger Wiggs, you alluded(another DUKE word) that you will be on the DUKE Campus 6 Mar and will that possibly make you a DUKE Grad? Of course! Will instruct President Brodhead and the Board of Trustese to award you an honorary degree ASAP, possibly on the day of your visit if that would be convenient for you. A band will be on hand for such an outstanding accomplishment only for distinguished citizens like you, but well deserved. In number of DUKE grads could be the speaker such as Charlie Rose, Judy Woodruff, The new NBA Commissioner, Melinda Gates or even Hillary Clinton. Any of these folks and others would drop everything to bestow such an honor on you. Please be kid enough to let me know something so that another time could be arranged
News Wrap: House votes to raise debt ceiling without conditions: JUDY WOODRUFF: The new chair of the Federal R...
Tuesday, February 11, 2014 | PBS NewsHour | PBS: Mark Mazzetti of The New York Times joins Judy Woodruff to of...
Me and Judy Woodruff and a borrowed tie talking and the employer mandate. Thanks,
Oh, dis's $%funny. RT:Judy Woodruff Feb 6 the future of news? on ?
Homs evacuations continue amid delicate ceasefire: JUDY WOODRUFF: Now to the humanitarian situation in Syria. ...
How does coming out by openly *** NFL prospect Michael Sam reflect changing attitudes?: JUDY WOODRUFF: The pro...
Economic sanctions have tangible consequences for average Iranians: JUDY WOODRUFF: Over the weekend, Iran agre...
What will it take for U.S. and Russia to have a productive partnership?: JUDY WOODRUFF: As U.S. and Russian at...
The Goose was telling me about an interview she saw with one of her favorite authors. "On PBS" she said. "Not CBS, PBS. The one with Judy Woodruff."
Judy Woodruff just dramatically announced "SPOILER ALERT" before giving the Olympic results of the day.
On the PBS News Hour with Judy Woodruff tonight. I wonder what we're talking about :-)
So wise: JUDY WOODRUFF: So what are — what’s your prediction? We have heard a lot about security, David. We have heard a lot about Sochi not being ready. What are you getting — what are you excited about? David Brooks: I actually don’t think about the Olympics, except for the moment they happen to be on. So I’m unaware of luge until that moment. And then it is completely erased from my memory banks. It only exists in the present, the Winter Olympics, for me. So I don’t have any prejudgments, I’m afraid.
Just finished serving on panel for telling PBS' Judy Woodruff about amazing digital learning happening in…
Would love to see Shields and Brooks with their own show, moderated by Judy Woodruff - their short Friday bit isn't enough!
Three-day ceasefire paves way for small-scale evacuation in Syrian city of Homs: JUDY WOODRUFF: Now back to th...
Shields and Brooks on economic ‘sludge,’ immigration reform standstill: JUDY WOODRUFF: And to the analysis of ...
From Judy Woodruff's red leather jacket, to Margaret Warner's blue-on-blue ensemble with matching flower earrings, and now Gwen Ifill's lovely aqua scarf, I can't decide which one I like best. They all look fantastic! Just sayin...
BROADCAST NEWS GROUP TO SPONSOR U.S. SENATE DEBATE The Iowa Broadcast News Association is sponsoring a debate between the Republican candidates for U.S. Senate, to be held as part of the group's annual convention. The event will be held Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 3 p.m. in Cedar Rapids and will be moderated by award-winning journalist Judy Woodruff, co-anchor/managing editor of the PBS NewsHour. Iowa broadcast journalists will also question the candidates. IBNA president Trent Rice said invitations were extended this week to the six individuals who have declared their candidacy to date--Sam Clovis, Joni Ernst, Mark Jacobs, Paul Lunde, Scott Schaben, and Matt Whitaker. Rice noted that should the field of candidates grow, other invitations will be extended. The 90-minute debate will be available to Iowans live through radio, television, and the internet, and will be held one month prior to the Iowa primary election on June 3, 2014. IBNA has been a frequent sponsor of candidate debates, including one of only t ...
Saw Mort Zuckerman on Colbert Report tonight. He said he no longer supports Obama because his policies have not created enough jobs. My head almost exploded. Then I watched Judy Woodruff interview Rep George Miller about how raising the minimum wage would help the economy and add jobs by pumping those wages directly into the economy as well as adding needed revenues for public services. Now I feel better . Sanity.
Big surprise announcement this morning during the 2014 Digital Learning this morning. Richard Crandall (Director, Wyoming Department of Education) will part of the five member Power Panel starting at 12:30pm MT. Other panelists will be FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel, Lillian Lowery, George Miller and Jim Shelton. 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. LIVE SIMULCAST: National Digital Learning Day Broadcast from the Library of Congress - Power Panel Moderated by Judy Woodruff of the PBS NewsHour with a Power Panel of guest dignitaries. To plug into it:
ATLANTA – State Representative Alisha Thomas Morgan (D-Austell) is encouraging all local teachers and principals to participate in Digital Learning Day. Scheduled for Today, Wednesday, February 5, 2014, Digital Learning Day is a national event to celebrate the effective use of technology in schools. “Digital learning is a key component in shaping how we meet the needs of students now and in the future,” said Rep. Morgan. “This generation of students thrives on technology. Digital learning opens up the world to students to learn anywhere anytime, puts them in the driver's seat of their own education, creates more personalized learning opportunities, and gives teachers more immediate feedback. I am excited to see the innovative ways educators are using technology and digital learning to help students reach their greatest potential.” As part of digital learning day, many classrooms across the nation will participate in a live virtual conference, which will be broadcast from the Library of ...
Happy Birthday, Betty :-)! "You can have it all, just not all at the same time". - Betty Friedan -  This quote was taken from Betty Friedan's groundbreaking feminist treatise "The Feminine Mystique". Last February,in an interview with PBS's Judy Woodruff, Friedan's colleague and rival Gloria Steinem refuted Ms. Friedan's statement, declaring the notion "ridiculous", as long as women "have to do it all". Agree or disagree, Steinem's got a point. It took suffragettes a century to get us a legal identity. It will likely take another to achieve the near mystical amount of balance inside the home and out that allows 21st century women to effectively 'have it all". Feminism is now in it's 4th wave...and I look forward to seeing what this savvy new generation of intersectional, globally conscious "rebel women" will accomplish...;-)
Gov. Peter Shumlin devoted his entire State of the State address to a "full-blown heroin crisis" ravaging Vermont. Shumlin joins Judy Woodruff to discuss his shift in focus on the issue of opiate addiction and Ryan Grim of the Huffington Post offers context on why heroin has made a major comeback in...
It's 9:03 pm Thursday 1/30...and right now on PBS Channel 20 Indianapolis. an interactive program about Indiana education is on hosted by Judy Woodruff of PBS News Hours... Please watch...
PBS Newshour co-anchor Judy Woodruff will be in Indianapolis to moderate an American Graduate PBS Newshour Town Hall, hosted by WFYI Public Media.
Tonight, 9 p.m. on WFYI 1, hear the stories and see the people who make a powerful difference every day for children. Judy Woodruff of the PBS NEWSHOURS hosts an American Graduate Community Town Hall.
Nice to see Dem Senator Tim Kaine and Republican Jeff Flake sitting side by side while being interviewed by Judy Woodruff without screaming at each other.
While finishing touches are being put on the Olympic facilities in Sochi, Russia, the U.S. State Department has urged caution for anyone traveling to the games. How will athletes be protected? Judy Woodruff gets perspective from Andrew Weiss of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Dan…
The Excel Center, Indiana educators, parents, students and community organizations discuss challenges and solutions to keeping students on the path to graduation with PBS NewsHour co-anchor Judy Woodruff Tune in to WFYI (ch. 20) tomorrow night at 9:00 p.m. Details:
I wonder how many television news reporters would destroy Rep. Michael Grimm in a fair fight. I'm pretty sure Judy Woodruff could take him.
On Monday, January 27, 2014, U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (Mo.) talked with Judy Woodruff on PBS's "NewsHour" to discuss President Obama's upcoming State of the Un...
Countdown to big honor for the love of my life: successful brain surgery and an honor that recognizes the best and This is for all of you who have worked and worked who have been the pioneers: they are the ones with the arrows in their backs!!! Shout out to the working class, the economically challenged, the mobility challenged: for those with abandonment issues, for being born at a time that the DMS-lll was the insurance guideline for code- when a label became the defining moment How is it that I listen to a man, married to an extraordinary woman talk about issues well-researched and supported in the 1970's crying out for the same treatment for which they benefitted? They saw an opportunity, they seized it and the community did or did not support them but they kept at it Our president is the perfect example of the American dream: as is his wife an example of what is possible! For everyone who has felt the support Listened to Held a hand, smiled and treated with tenderness not judgement Honor you Honor th ...
In response to unwavering opposition, the Ukrainian government has started to make some significant concessions. Judy Woodruff gets analysis from the former ...
I love Mark Shields! Can't do SOTU on any network but PBS. Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff just handle it better than the rest. Unfortunately, I suppose we must endure David Brooks, but c'est la guerre!
I just want to say I lost my beautiful sister yesterday!(Judy Woodruff) I love her with all my heart and she was like a mama to me! She is with my mom, dad, my 2 beautiful grandchildren, my late husband and with God! I know she is not suffering any more and she is walking on the streets of gold! MWAH, SIS I LOVE YOU! ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥'s
Tonight at 8 Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff will anchor a two-hour special of President Obama's State of the Union address. Watch with PBS NewsHour, on-air and online. Afterwards, tell them what you thought. Your response may end up on the NewsHour's Wednesday broadcast. Details here:
Today the world lost a wonderful woman. My mother, Judy Woodruff. Rest in peace Mama. We love you and miss you so much.
The Harshman crew at WFYI for the American Graduate Town Hall meeting with Judy Woodruff's PBS NewsHour!
Judy Woodruff of PBS NewsHour chats w the grp before the big town hall at
Taping a American Graduate town hall with Judy Woodruff
A group of doctors from the Commission to Build a Healthier America has issued a list of recommendations to improve health in America, noting relationships between socioeconomic status and wellness. Judy Woodruff talks to David Williams of Harvard University about the importance of laying foundation...
I'm sure it's just a coincidence, but Judy Woodruff and especially Gwen Ifill have been a disaster as hosts. Paul Solman is a saving grace.
Anyone else see Adam Goldman chatting it up with Judy Woodruff by accidentally flipping the channel to PBS?
Were going to see who can hang out! I know my girls are going to hold it down! Starr Andrews Judy Woodruff Christeen Chilson Haskins ! Jello shots, dancing and something about beer pong!
Barack Obama blames racism for lack of approval among white voters According to Barack Obama, it's not his failed policies, his lies or his desire to rule like a dictator that is causing a drop in polls among white voters, it's racism. At least, that's what he told the New Yorker magazine in an article published on its website Sunday. “There’s no doubt that there’s some folks who just really dislike me because they don’t like the idea of a black President,” he told the New Yorker. “Now, the flip side of it is there are some black folks and maybe some white folks who really like me and give me the benefit of the doubt precisely because I’m a black President.” "The latter group has been less in evidence of late," David Remnick wrote. It was only last August, however, when Obama said race wasn't a factor in opposition from conservatives. That was before the rollout of Obamacare, however. "I — I think it — it doesn’t have to do with my race in particular. It has to do with an effort to m ...
Be careful what you wish for. If everyone followed the prescription that follows, the problems associated with too many people for the earth to sustain would just migrate from today's dystopic and unsustainable cities, to dystopic and unsustainable sub- and ex-urbs... Even so, the underlying premise of the piece is thought-provoking and suggests ways that we could improve our happiness factor in every setting... * CONVERSATION AIR DATE: Jan. 15, 2014 Sounding an alarm on economic dysfunction by practicing sustainable living JUDY WOODRUFF: This is the week that Congress appears to be ready to pass a new budget. While there's relief among many to see some kind of agreement, the size of the country's debt and deficit remains a major concern. And that brings us to our closing story tonight, a profile of a popular economic forecaster whose concerns about those issues and the direction of the economy has inspired him to change his life. NewsHour economics correspondent Paul Solman has a report, part of his ong ...
So intense on the Newshour last night . . . JUDY WOODRUFF: How much damage do you think these revelations have done? And do you think Snowden is a traitor or a hero? ROBERT GATES: I think that the revelations have done a lot of damage. They -- it sounds like they have the potential to do a lot more. I think he is a traitor. You know, we built -- we spent 40 years building institutions of oversight for intelligence since the mid-1970s in the Congress and the executive branch and in the judiciary. There are multiple avenues for people who believe that the rules are being broken or that the law is being broken to pursue in order to bring those problems to authorities who can evaluate whether or not somebody is breaking the law in the intelligence community. And for a 29-year-old basically to take it upon himself to ignore all of the institutions that have been built up by Republicans and Democrats in Washington over the last 40 years, I think, is an extraordinary act of hubris. And then to flee to the protec ...
Paul Bedard She’s 92 and frail, but former first lady Nancy Reagan remains an avid student of politics and current affairs, according to PBS Newshour Managing Editor Judy Woodruff. The long-time journalist was featured on C-SPAN's First Ladies program Monday night when a caller asked her about Rea...
Judy Woodruff's final broadcast on CNN. Her long-time co-anchor Bernard Shaw returns for the send-off. Features tributes from Sens. Hillary Clinton and John ...
Obama has done more to harm blacks than any other president in history, according to this report. Don't feel alone folks He's also done more to harm whites, Hispanics, Asians and every other human being. If that's not evil, what is?? Five years in to Barack Obama’s presidency, the number of African-Americans participating in the labor force has hit rock bottom. THE GATEWAY PUNDIT - The news media has ignored this stunning revelation from Friday’s monthly jobs report by the Labor Department. The exception has been PBS, which interviewed economist Dean Baker who had written about it in a report published Friday. “The drop in labor force participation was sharpest for African Americans, who saw a decline of 0.3 percentage points to 60.2 percent, the lowest rate since December of 1977. The rate for African American men fell 0.7 percentage points to 65.6 percent, the lowest on record. The decline in labor force participation was associated with a drop in the overall African American unemployment rate o . ...
While Iraqi government tanks lined the outskirts of Fallujah, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki urged Sunni tribal leaders to help drive out al-Qaida militants. Judy Woodruff talks to journalist Jane Arraf and former U.S. ambassador to Iraq James F. Jeffrey about the sectarian grievances at play and th...
In summer 2011, a partisan Congress sparred with the White House on how to solve the U.S. debt crisis. Judy Woodruff talks to journalist Bob Woodward about h ...
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin is on the PBS Newshour asking for a change in drug policy to combat the growing heroin problem in his state, He told Judy Woodruff that the drug war has failed and that addiction is a medical problem, and not a criminal one. "Its no different than cancer or kidney disease, if you are sick and you want treatment..." Treatment should be available.
Who said women in their 60s can't have style? Judy Woodruff definitely rocked out a "Red Hot" motorcycle jacket that would definitely turn heads.
A bipartisan group of former lawmakers is making a push to revitalize America's roads and bridges. Judy Woodruff talks to the co-chairs of Building America's Future, former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell and former Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood, about the advantages of investing in the nation...
Today is Thursday January 9, 2014. I know because it says so in my morning paper, which I just read that Judy Woodruff, ( who has just been declared a woman by JAMA ), interviewed a State Department official who said President Obama is set to close Guantanamo prison soon. Reaction split predictability. MSNBC called it a human rights victory while Fox News said under Obama even the terrorists are losing their homes.
The strong winds that normally keep the masses of very cold air contained near the North Pole weakened this week, allowing frigid temperatures to reach down into the United States. Judy Woodruff talks to Andrew Freedman of Climate Central about the science behind the polar vortex.
Watched the PBS News Hour, anchored by Judy Woodruff, first up a report on this god awful weather; followed by the Yellin Fed. appointment, first woman, blah, blah... Morgan fined Billions for standing by while Bernie Madoff bilked his old white Jewish clients and the old favorite Terrorism; must not forget to be afraid, be very afraid. There was not one mention, even in passing, of the fact that people of our age came forward and solved a mystery from those days; they revealed themselves in order to support Edward Snowdon. I heard about it from Amy Goodman, on Democracy Now! Silly, me I think it's an important story and being told at the right time while, even some sheeple are paying attention. Apparently, not worthy of News Hour coverage; Robert McNeil got out in the nick of time; before it became such a *** wallow, friend of the Ministry of Fear.
How and where did partisanship -- now prevalent in American politics -- originate? Judy Woodruff talks to Yuval Levin about his new book, "The Great Debate: Edmund Burke, Thomas Paine, and the Birth of Right and Left," early instances of the divide between right and left and how we can apply lessons...
There's just something knowing people like Chris Matthews had done everything they could, much like Judy Woodruff and Lou Dobbs...
Judy Woodruff highlighted stocks are up 30% this year and productivity is up, while wages are up 1%.
Yeah, I saw that (and the Judy Woodruff) part when it aired this morning. What a waste of time.
"Yes, it can be fun." - Judy Woodruff, while noting that every institution dealing with high people now must acknowledge they're high.
Brilliant steady Judy Woodruff much needed voice in today's heated political climate. Hope to see her more often.
Judy Woodruff brings up the seminal issues: Wall Street Up 30% in 2013 while wages up 1% & blows her off
"You mean to shake down those that bought government and rigged the system to benefit the few at the top." — mea_mark
Judy Woodruff said that the issue of “inequality” is compelling and could speak to more…
"Pushing for a significant rise in the minimum wage has the ability to get many to the polls in an off…" — mea_mark
No surprise Judy Woodruff has never heard of QE. She's married to Al Hunt.
One gets the sense that Judy Woodruff has never heard of quantitative easing
Judy Woodruff has a Clockwork Orange thing going on, on
Judy Woodruff on Meet the Press on using pot: "Yes, it can be fun."
DAVID GREGORY: we awakened a Sumerian Old One in Iraq, how about that?. STEVE SCHMIDT: not our fault. JUDY WOODRUFF: I'm concerned about weed
Watching meet the press. David Gregory should not rudely interrupt Judy Woodruff!
Worth watching just to hear Judy Woodruff say "marijuana" a dozen times. My television bar is set low.
Judy Woodruff seems to be be a decent guest. She is not stuttering and defensive as Andrea Mitchell tends to be
Judy Woodruff on Meet the Press claims that legal marijuana in Colorado is "wreaking havoc". What?
Judy Woodruff: "Marijuana legalization is wreaking [reeking?] havoc."
You let Chuck Todd and Steve Schmidt carry on and cut Judy Woodruff off at the knees. Neither could carry her clipboard!
This is what I just posted at PBS NewsHour: "The 2nd half of your Mark Shields and David Brooks segment was the most unenlightened thing I've seen on TV in a long time. I used to love Shields & Brooks and eagerly awaited it every week, but your misinformation and ignorance about Colorado cannabis legalization was unbearable. Even Judy Woodruff's failure to challenge Brooks' contention that marijuana legalization's social costs will outweigh tax revenue was inexcusable. How about the social benefits of inevitable reductions in alcohol use due to substitution with cannabis? Didn't any of the three of you think of that? What a worthless segment!"
Judy Woodruff and David Brooks on Newshour. JW: And David, what are your thoughts on the new marijuana laws? DB: Frankly, Judy, I'm dubious. Comedy gold, Brooks. Good show!
Estimable 's Judy Woodruff. not a green man who just disembarked in NY. Surprised Mark Shields had to be so didactic
What role does human touch play in the digital age?: JUDY WOODRUFF: Hari Sreenivasan looks at t...
Despite a push from President Obama for immigration reform, 2013 failed to yield any sweeping legislation. Judy Woodruff talks to Mark Hugo Lopez of the Pew Research Center, Tamar Jacoby of ImmigrationWorks USA, Angela Maria Kelley of the Center for American Progress and Jessica Vaughan of the Cente...
State Dept. envoy 'absolutely convinced' Guantanamo prison will close: It’s not exactly an absolute declaration, but Clifford Sloan — the recently appointed State Department special envoy for closing down the prison at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba — told PBS this week that he believes that the 155 remaining detainees will be transferred from Gitmo in the foreseeable future. Newshour host Judy Woodruff was speaking with Sloan for a segment on the prison that aired on Thursday this week when she asked him if he believes the end of incarceration is near for more of the men still held there by the US. “Absolutely,” Sloan said. “We are going to close the Guantanamo detention facility. I have no doubt about that. And President Obama is very strongly committed to that.” Indeed, Mr. Obama has promised repeatedly since first vying for the White House during the 2008 presidential election that his administration would relocate the accused terrorists and war criminals confined at Gitmo — an ...
In Denver 10 minutes and see people I love!! Erik Rost and Judy Woodruff.do you know who this is?!?!
To review what we've learned about the National Security Agency's spying practices -- and the ramifications of those revelations -- since leaks began in the summer, Judy Woodruff consults James Bamford, author of "The Shadow Factory," retired Gen. Michael Hayden, former director of the NSA, and Dmit...
President Obama emerged from 2013 with near all-time low job approval ratings after the botched rollout of the health care law. Susan Page of USA Today and Jerry Seib of The Wall Street Journal join Judy Woodruff to discuss what the president can try to do to achieve a productive year as midterm ele...
would say that wasn't so rock solid. Did I just hear Judy Woodruff say, "We ask Professor Farnsworth?" OMG!!!
Judy Woodruff is looking pretty buff with her sleeveless shirt on PBS' "News Hour". Pretty buff for an old lady with old lady skin in a Michelle Obama uniform that is.
Talk of forward motion? Let's see action. Great followup by Judy Woodruff. Artificial timeline? Don't like that construction.
On the PBS News Hour, Judy Woodruff uses the phrase "going forward" apparently in an effort to remind us that the future is something slated to happen later than right now. God bless her redundant little heart.
Judy Woodruff talking to Yuval Levin now on PBS Newshour about his latest book, The Great Debate, on intellectual history.
During his time as chancellor of the University of Mississippi, also known as Ole Miss, Robert Khayat made moves to repair the university's segregated past, drawing backlash for his efforts. Judy Woodruff talked to Khayat about his memoir, "The Education of a Lifetime."
watching a Judy Woodruff interview with Robert Khayat - he said something that is so very true - "We all want progress, we just don't like change."
Concerns about energy, climate change and warmer oceans creating stronger storms moved front and center in 2013. Science correspondent Miles O'Brien joins Judy Woodruff to review the year's big developments and science headlines.
Robert Khayat works wonders on PBS news interviewed by Judy Woodruff
In 2013, NewsHour's' Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff became the first women to co-anchor a national daily news program. Wondering what accomplishments 2014 will have in store...
.quasi-anchor Sibila Vargas is so vapid she makes Shiba Russell seem like Judy Woodruff.
World in Turmoil ~ What's behind the government corruption scandal in Turkey Once regarded as the model for successful Muslim democracy, Turkey is now facing corruption allegations that go right to the heart of the government. Chief foreign correspondent Margaret Warner joins Judy Woodruff to discuss how Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan is attempting to fight back.
The American Psychiatric Association released a new edition of the DSM, which doctors use to diagnose and treat mental disorders. Judy Woodruff discusses the...
How Have Surveillance Practices Impacted Cyber Security Agenda, Private Sector? PBS (12/26/13) Two individuals with knowledge of the National Security Agency's surveillance programs and one cybersecurity expert recently discussed the impact those programs have had on the nation's cybersecurity agenda in a Dec. 26 roundtable discussion with Judy Woodruff on PBS. Woodruff spoke with Dmitri Alperovitch, the chief technology officer of cybersecurity company CrowdStrike as well as with former NSA head General Michael Hayden and author James Bamford, who has written extensively about the NSA. Alperovitch said the NSA scandal has had a "really damaging" impact on cybersecurity because it has made it difficult to "confront" the Chinese government on its alleged cyberespionage against U.S. targets. In addition to losing the "moral high ground" in such diplomatic conversations, Alperovitch also says that the government has lost the trust of many major technology companies. Hayden agrees, pointing out that the NSA s ...
What's on my mind? Well, let's see, people who don't deign to talk to me, decide they are experts on my spirituality. After 2 weeks of being inundated with Merry Christimas all over and me not saying one thing against it, because I at least show some respect for your beliefs. I have held my tongue and if you don't like what I have posted, do as you always have done and ignore me or just simply hide or delete it or...if you have nothing nice to say...don't say anything at all. You ignore me anyway so it won't make any difference anyway. Judy woodruff roberts is my aunt on my mother's side. I have had maybe 5 conversations with her in the last 20 years. So the altercation you were all a part of ... well, I am sorry you had to witness that. I should have not used the foul language and I am sorry for that as well, however she has unfriended me like all good christians should. So there won't be anymore of that. I believe what I believe not because someone preached it from the pulpit but because I hav ...
Love being at home today and catching the PBS News Hour with Judy Woodruff. It's so nice to watch a News program that is "News" and not so much of the sensational, commercialized crap you see on the local news anymore. And it sure as *** beats watching FOX News, which I wouldn't do even if you paid me to.
Oh Judy Woodruff . we really like the PBS Big Picture Challenge :) it makes us think we are really intelligent. :)
The Montez family of Colorado has been living without insurance, forcing them to avoid care and pay for medical expenses out of pocket. But now they are able to afford a health care plan under the Affordable Care Act. Julie Rovner of NPR joins Judy Woodruff to explain how tax subsidies are helping f...
Becca painted this pic for me 10 years ago. it took her 10 mins..she found the frame in an old barn. It has been on my wall forever but falling apart...but today it hangs again..all redone ...thanks Judy Woodruff! Becca thanks I to Aunt Judy!!!
GlaxoSmithKline has announced it will no longer pay doctors to promote its drugs, nor reward sales representatives based on how many prescriptions doctors write. Judy Woodruff gets views on the business and ethical issues at play from Dr. Jerry Avorn and Dr. Thomas Stossel, both of Harvard Medical S...
The Obama administration announced a new offer for individuals who had insurance policies canceled: the chance to buy cheaper, catastrophic coverage if new plans are more expensive. Judy Woodruff discusses the details of the special waiver and how many are expected to sign up for it with Mary Agnes…
Can memory video games deliver on brain-boosting claims?: Watch Video | Listen to the Audio JUDY WOODRUFF: Thi...
JUDY WOODRUFF: T' Fedral Reserve has bee warnin fer munths at it would shift an' reduce t…
NAOMI JUDD JOINS STUDIO 45 AND WTCI’S ALISON LEBOVITZ AS CELEBRITY GUEST CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – December 20, 2013 – Fans of country music icon Naomi Judd and PBS supporters alike are in for a real treat in March. That’s when Judd will be the featured celebrity guest at Studio 45, WTCI’s signature fundraising event, which includes an intimate gathering and live taping of The A List with Alison Lebovitz in front of 200 studio audience members. From humble beginnings as a single mom in a small Kentucky town to her meteoric rise as a country music superstar and American icon, Naomi Judd’s incredible lifelong journey is an inspiring story of overcoming the odds through optimism and hard work. Naomi Judd was first known to the world as half of country music's mother/daughter duo, The Judds. Reaching unprecedented success throughout the 80's and 90's, the two sold 20 million records, scored fifteen hits and received over sixty industry awards. From politics and pop culture to authors and astronauts, Th ...
Strike! SOME PPL CAME OUT TO PROTEST LOW PAY. Thousands of fast food and retail workers went on strike across the US on Thursday in a signal of the growing clamour for action on income equality. In Chicago, hundreds of protesters gathered outside a McDonalds at 6.15am. As a large "Christmas Grinch" ambled about in freezing temperatures, demonstrators chanted for the minimum wage to be increased to $15 per hour. It was the first of nine strikes in Chicago, with employees at McDonalds, Wendy's, Walgreens, Macy's and Sears also due to walk off shift. Low wage workers were due to strike across 100 cities through the day, including Boston, Detroit, New York City, Oakland, Los Angeles and St Louis. "To put it in perspective, yesterday I got paid, today I have not a dollar in my pocket," said Akilarose Thompson, 24. She was on strike from the McDonalds in Chicago's West Town – the scene of Thursday morning's protest that kicked off actions around the city. Thompson has worked at McDonalds for almost a year, se ...
Can we get an update from Judy Woodruff on PBS ? No word the last 2 days ! Very sad ! I've prayed !
President Emeritus Jared L. Cohon, has been named trustee of Carnegie Corporation
Kenneth Jacobs, chief executive officer of Lazard Ltd., talks about the global economy, the European debt crisis and banking regulations. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Conversations With Judy Woodruff," on Dec. 2. (Source: Bloomberg)
Judy Woodruff > seems you mixed my economic parlance with show's last night on...
Talked impact of the NSA surveillance ruling last night with Judy Woodruff on
PBS broadcaster Judy Woodruff will be the keynote speaker at the Iowa Broadcast News Association banquet in Cedar Rapids on May 3rd, 2014.
NEW: PBS anchor Judy Woodruff to speak at evening banquet at on May 3 in Cedar Rapids.
OMG. Just getting my real news rerun on PBS Newhour and I see MI congressman Mike Rogers (Chair -House Intelligence) on NSA hyperventilation and to my surprise, he was a voice of calm and courage (as in not pandering to crazies). He said that the US has so many layers of oversight (than other countries) and that it is more fear-based than reality. He said that no one listens to your phone calls which is the hysteria (it's meta-data) and it has stopped 54 attacks here and abroad (including Germany). Judy Woodruff kept egging him to just dump on Obama and he wouldn't take the bait. It was classified so he couldn't explain it all, but as a Democrat, I really admired the way Mike Rogers handled himself. He could have just devolved into a partisan but he didn't. I don't see that often so good job Congressman Rogers (we need more like you).
Parents- we need full size candy bars and candy like Sour Patch Kids, Starburst, etc. and a variety of sodas. Once the students decide on a theme for the dance at our meeting on Tuesday, 12/17, I will post more information and let you know what is needed. Thanks for your involvement! (Judy Woodruff :) )
I have to do a shout out to Lydia Polgreen the granddaughter of our dear Hudson, WI friend, Beth Polgreen. Lydia has been a correspondent for the New York Times in Africa for many years and was recently notified that she's getting a high-level editorial job with them in New York. The occasion of Nelson Mandela's death, however, found her back in South Africa and she did a moving live interview with Judy Woodruff on the News Hour tonight. She was skillful in weaving her journalistic view with her own very compelling personal story. You can watch it on the Newshour's site online at PBS.org.
Despite the desire held by many Ukrainians to be more aligned with the European Union, Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych was swayed by pressure from Russia's Vladimir Putin to reject a free trade agreement. Judy Woodruff talks to Steven Pifer of the Brookings Institution about Yanukovych's optio...
Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff reflect on Nelson Mandela's life with Donald Gips, former U.S. ambassador to South Africa, John Stremlau of the Carter Center, *** McDougall, Independent Electoral Commission of South Africa, and Douglas Foster, author of "After Mandela: The Struggle for Freedom in Post-...
From PBS Newshour: On the passing of Nelson Mandela 12/5/2013 Judy Woodruff: . . . . . Professor John Stremlau. You taught, as Gwen just said, in South Africa for a number of years after Nelson Mandela was released. What did you see of the man? What did he mean to his country? JOHN STREMLAU, Carter Center: Well, he means everything for his country. And I think the challenge is to live up to the example he set, as President Obama indicated. What was great about Mandela was his respect for the rule of law. Think about it just for a moment -- 27 years in jail under an illegitimate legal system, and to come and to defend the rule of law above all else. When he was asked to appear in court as a sitting president, his advisers said, no, no, no, you can't do it. You can't appear in this case on rugby and discrimination that he had asserted. It was a libel suit of some sort. And he said, look, no man is above the law, and so I will be there. I think he inherited this stubborn sense of freedom -- fairness, ...
Award-winning cookbook author Paula Wolfert can't remember all of the ingredients in her recipes anymore, but she still knows how her dishes should taste. Hoping to delay the effects of Alzheimer's disease, Wolfert copes by continuing to cook. Judy Woodruff reports on why Wolfert wants more people t...
Liam McDonnell shared the following link: joined other cities and states in cutting pensions as way to curb costs. Should public employees who have already earned their retirement be subject to cuts? Judy Woodruff talks to Andrew Biggs of the American Enterprise Institute and Steven Kreisberg of the American Federation of State, Co...
World leaders convened for the Warsaw Climate Change Conference this month, working towards an expanded commitment to cut greenhouse gas emissions. Judy Woodruff talks to ActionAid USA's Brandon Wu and Harvard University's Robert Stavins about the political challenges ahead in order to curb climate…
Actress Anna Deavere Smith talks about her career and the role of the arts in public education. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Conversations With Judy Woodruff." (Source: Bloomberg)
The Cassini spacecraft has been capturing snapshots from Saturn for the past 10 years. Carolyn Porco of the Space Science Institute talks to Judy Woodruff about capturing and sharing images of the "jewel of the solar system" and discoveries made about the planet's meteorology and moons.
My wife Judy Woodruff Clear is being discharged today from the hospital. Thank you for all the prayers.
Restaurateur Alice Waters offers tips on Thanksgiving - Judy Woodruff sits down with Alice Waters to talk about the organic revolution, the role of food in
Dinner at Lumiere. Last night, after being interviewed by Judy Woodruff (for broadcast tonight on the PBS NewsHour), I was driving home when I suddenly decided that I did not want to waste the fact that I was wearing a tie, and so called home to see if we could go out for dinner. Joanna Stavins called Sycamore in Newton Center, which has become our choice for last-minute dinners out, but no reservations were available. So, I suggested she try Lumiere in West Newton, and I'm glad I did! We had not been to Lumiere for dinner for several years, and I was surprised all over again (and delighted) by the quality of this very good French restaurant. What made the evening even more special was that Joanna and I were joined by Julia Stavins, home for the Thanksgiving holiday (Daniel arrives today). I started with a special first course, Steak Tartare, served in classic style with a raw egg yoke in the middle. It was very good, but I must admit that it was beat by the Steak Tartare I had at Dyspensa in Warsaw ...
On Thursday, chef Alice Waters talks to Judy Woodruff about her new cookbook, The Art of Simple Food II. Do you have questions for the chef? Leave them below and she'll answer this week.
Co-Anchor and Managing Editor of PBS NewsHour Judy Woodruff hosts a discussion with Special Advisor for International Disability Rights Judith Heumann and th...
The Academy would like to congratulate the winners of this year's Ross Media Award: Judy Woodruff for Reporting and Doyle McManus for Editorial. We look forward to hosting them at our Awards Luncheon on December 5th.
Judy Woodruff & Gwen Ifill on PBS people that are losing their Health care might not forget you wanted Obama Care ! Your ratings will tank
I would much prefer if Judy Woodruff and Gwen Ifill covered the World Series. At least it would be smart.
The Hill's Overnight - Energy EPA’s MCCARTHY DEFENDS CLIMATE RULES: Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy touted her agency’s power plant carbon emissions rules in an interview with "PBS NewsHour's" Judy Woodruff on Thursday. She pushed back against GOP and industry allegations that the agency is waging a "war on coal." Instead, McCarthy said, the emissions standards for new plants, by forcing use of emissions control technologies, will give coal a "pathway forward" and a way to stay relevant. "Our proposed rule on future power plants really looks at technology that we believe is available today. Now it is not without cost, but what you are looking at is providing a certain pathway for every type of diverse fuel that it is available today and making sure they have a place in a carbon-constrained future," she said. MCCARTHY SAYS KEYSTONE ISN’T BE-ALL-END-ALL: McCarthy wouldn’t speculate about whether the Obama administration will approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline, a decisio ...
TONIGHT: Stephen attempts to sign up for Obamacare and PBS NewsHour hosts Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff visit the show. Tune in on Comedy Central, 11:30/10:30c.
JUDY WOODRUFF: Finally tonight, the newest Nobel laureate for literature ... - PBS NewsHour
i think PBS Judy Woodruff, never satisfied with just the facts, would be happier and more effective on cable news
Brooks and Dionne: Budget battle is 'debate with no substance' Sentiments exactly - well said w PBS's Judy Woodruff.
PBS Newshour's Judy Woodruff, MC for the evening, introduces Cardinal McCarrick for the invocation.
"Welcome to the one place in Washington they could not shut down!" --Judy Woodruff at Georgetown
Is it just me... Judy Woodruff on the PBS Newshour is so hot!
Judy Woodruff NewsHour piece on "that unexpected moment when you win the Nobel Prize." That's not going to happen for me, Judy.
ICYMI: PBS' The News Hour co-anchored by 2 mature women; Judy Woodruff is white, Gwen Ifill is black
Judy Woodruff on Helen Thomas / she believed absolutely in the public's right to know.
Judy Woodruff at Helen Thomas memorial at the National Press Club: "She was relentless."
at memorial service, Judy Woodruff remembers Helen Thomas telling her not to be intimidated by a president
News Wrap: Tropical charge Karen closes in on a Gulf coast: JUDY WOODRUFF: In other news, a…
Jim Lehrer points at Judy Woodruff, his successor, and says, "you're still on television, aren't you?"
An unflappable anchor with a huge heart - Judy Woodruff | by Andrea Mitchell
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