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Veteran NY news editor Mark Mooney wrote his own heartbreaking obituary before dying of cancer at 66
Mark Mooney, a veteran New York reporter, editor and author whose cool head, easy charm and love of the craft made him a revered mentor in numerous newsrooms, died Oct. 6 of complications from prostate cancer . He was 66. Mooney’s news career stretched from the age of typewriter ribbons to Twitter,
Martha Raddatz's Biography
Martha Raddatz is ABC News Chief Global Affairs Correspondent and co-anchor of “This Week with George Stephanopoulos.” She has covered national security, foreign policy and politics for decades – reporting from the Pentagon, the State Department, the White House, and conflict zones around the
Trump vows to succeed where everyone else has failed - Mideast peace
President Trump touched down in Israel on Monday during his first overseas trip in office with one goal in mind: kick-starting the peace process. It's an achievement that has proved elusive for many U.S. presidents, yet continues to be a key objective. Aaron David Miller, a veteran peace negotiator
David Muir is an Emmy-award winning journalist for ABC News. Muir is the anchor and managing editor of ABC World News Tonight with David Muir and co-anchor of ABC’s “ 20/20 .” For more than a decade, Muir has reported from international hotspots around the world including Tehran, Tahrir Square,
Shimon Peres: The Legacy of Israel's Last Surviving Founding Father
Israel's longest serving statesman Shimon Peres died early Wednesday, leaving the country mourning the last of the state’s founding fathers and a man whose legacy as a would-be peacemaker is celebrated by supporters but eyed with skepticism by many Palestinians. The Sheba Medical Center in Tel Aviv
Excerpt: Robert Baer's 'The Perfect Kill'
Excerpted from THE PERFECT KILL: 21 Laws for Assassins by Robert B. Baer by arrangement with Blue Rider Press, an imprint of Penguin Random House, Copyright © Robert Baer 2014. Introduction Buttonwillow, California, Fourth of July weekend, 2011: It’s not even eleven a.m., and already...
5 International Stories You'll Care About This Week
1. Ukraine Inaugurates a New President He’s the Willy Wonka of Kiev – he also happens to be one of its richest men. And today Petro Poroshenko was inaugurated as the new president of Ukraine. The 48-year-old “Chocolate King” is estimated by Forbes magazine to be worth $1.6 billion. He started his
Five Questions with Foreign Policy Initiative Co-Founder Dan Senor
This week, we asked Foreign Policy Initiative Co-Founder Dan Senor to answer five questions. Dan will join the discussion on our powerhouse roundtable Sunday on “This Week.” 1) How would you grade President Obama in terms of his overall foreign policy? Recall the foreign policy goals...
Obama Ends Israel Trip With Nods to Christianity, Judaism
Concluding his three-day trip to Israel, President Obama got an unplanned look at the political realities plaguing the peace process during a visit to Bethlehem this afternoon. The president was supposed to fly by helicopter to Bethlehem but a windstorm forced him to travel by...
Text: Obama Remarks to People of Israel
Text as prepared for delivery of President Obama's address to the Israeli people at the Jersualem Convention Center– Shalom. It is an honor to be here with you in Jerusalem, and I am so grateful for the welcome that I have received from the people of Israel. I bring with me the support of the