South China Sea 2017 5 minute PBS NewsHour video... Tensions among some Asian nations are growing after satellite images showed that China has been building up small islands in a disputed area of the South China Sea. Judy Woodruff talks to retired Adm. Dennis Blair, former commander of the U.S. Pacific Command, to learn more about the contested area and the U.S. response.

South China Sea 2017 5 minute PBS NewsHour video... Tensions among some Asian nations are growing after satellite images showed that China has been building up small islands in a disputed area of the South China Sea. Judy Woodruff talks to retired Adm. Dennis Blair, former commander of the U.S. Pacific Command, to learn more about the contested area and the U.S. response.

Gwen Ifill: In Memorium, poem by Michael McClintock.

Gwen Ifill: In Memorium, poem by Michael McClintock. Whenever I would stay home from school, I would watch PBS, and invariably would hear her present the news during my day.

I recently attended an event where journalist Judy Woodruff interviewed famed architect Santiago Calatrava. That interview surfaced two issues that show up routinely in the workplace: at management and sales meetings, at industry conferences, and during all-hands employee meetings.    What do these venues have in common? Frequent programming that features “interviews.” Moderators hosting a panel of

I recently attended an event where journalist Judy Woodruff interviewed famed architect Santiago Calatrava. That interview surfaced two issues that show up routinely in the workplace: at management and sales meetings, at industry conferences, and during all-hands employee meetings. What do these venues have in common? Frequent programming that features “interviews.” Moderators hosting a panel of

With statewide elections on Tuesday in Virginia and New Jersey, the PBS NewsHour week-in-review segment strangely focused on Democrats for a change. Liberal analyst Mark Shields shocked PBS anchor Judy Woodruff by saying if Virginia’s Democratic candidate for governor, Ralph Northam, can’t defeat Republican Ed Gillespie with his alleged Trump baggage, there will be "close to civil war within the Democratic Party."

With statewide elections on Tuesday in Virginia and New Jersey, the PBS NewsHour week-in-review segment strangely focused on Democrats for a change. Liberal analyst Mark Shields shocked PBS anchor Judy Woodruff by saying if Virginia’s Democratic candidate for governor, Ralph Northam, can’t defeat Republican Ed Gillespie with his alleged Trump baggage, there will be "close to civil war within the Democratic Party."

"...without firing a shot, or shedding a drop of blood. If you look closely, you may see me hiding a lump in my throat, because I feel so lucky to live in the United States of America." Judy Woodruff - Judy's Notebook: Election Day Not Just About the Numbers

Judy's Notebook: Election Day Not Just About the Numbers

Judy Woodruff the Woman of the Hour

Though still mourning her “PBS NewsHour” co-anchor, Gwen Ifill, Ms. Woodruff continues to be a pioneering role model in journalism.

Catch Part 1 of Judy Woodruffs interview with Warren Buffet chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. (From PBS NewsHour)WATCH LIVE: In part 1 of Judy #news #alternativenews

Catch Part 1 of Judy Woodruffs interview with Warren Buffet chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. (From PBS NewsHour)WATCH LIVE: In part 1 of Judy #news #alternativenews

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