Judy Woodruff, 1946  journalist, television anchor, writer.

Judy Woodruff, 1946 journalist, television anchor, writer.

Judy Woodruff of the PBS News Hour

Judy Woodruff of the PBS News Hour

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Having lost the White House and now as the minority in both houses of Congress, what should the Democratic Party's message be going forward? Judy Woodruff talks to Symone Sanders, a strategist for Priorities USA and former national press secretary for Bernie Sanders, and Jaime Harrison, chairman for the South Carolina Democratic Party, about the need for unity and the party’s future.

Having lost the White House and now as the minority in both houses of Congress, what should the Democratic Party's message be going forward? Judy Woodruff talks to Symone Sanders, a strategist for Priorities USA and former national press secretary for Bernie Sanders, and Jaime Harrison, chairman for the South Carolina Democratic Party, about the need for unity and the party’s future.

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"There have been trade-offs every day, every month, every  year. There's a lot that I missed and I do have regrets in that area, but I have been able to bring to my family the richness of being a journalist." -Judy Woodruff, broadcast journalist who is the co-anchor and co-managing editor of PBS NewsHour. #WomenWhoInspire

"There have been trade-offs every day, every month, every year. There's a lot that I missed and I do have regrets in that area, but I have been able to bring to my family the richness of being a journalist." -Judy Woodruff, broadcast journalist who is the co-anchor and co-managing editor of PBS NewsHour. #WomenWhoInspire

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What’s wrong with President Obama? - John F. Harris and Todd S. Purdum - POLITICO.com

What’s wrong with President Obama? - John F. Harris and Todd S. Purdum - POLITICO.com

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Judy Woodruff 2012.jpg

Judy Woodruff 2012.jpg

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