Tahman Bradley is an ABC News correspondent based in Washington, DC. He reports for ABC NewsOne, the network's affiliate news service.
In his role at NewsOne, Bradley covers major breaking news events. He reported live from the scene of the tragic elementary school shooting in Newtown, Conn., the Boston Marathon bombing and the crash landing of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 in San Francisco. Bradley has also covered hurricanes, tornadoes, political conventions and presidential inaugurations.
Before his current position, Bradley performed a number of assignments for the news division, including serving as part of ABC's team covering President Obama's White House.
Bradley was one of the first "digital journalists" the network assigned to a domestic post. He filed a series of in-depth reports on issues plaguing the city of Detroit. While living in Motown, Bradley also covered the Christmas Day bomber, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab's, alleged attempt to destroy Northwest Airlines Flight 253, the arrest of Michigan's Hutaree militia and the transformation of the U.S. auto industry. Bradley spent several months in the spring and summer of 2010 traveling along the Gulf Coast covering the devastating impact of the BP oil spill.
Bradley was an integral part of the ABC News team covering the 2008 campaign and election. He covered the vice presidential debate and the three presidential debates. He also created and anchored a weekly show for ABCNews.com, "Sunday Sound."
He first joined the Political Unit in Washington as a field producer, covering the 2006 midterm election. He was a co-author of "The Note," and reported on key U.S. House and Senate races. Bradley was also part of the team producing the Politics Page for ABCNews.com