Cokie Roberts

"No class. Not even for a moment," one person fired back on Twitter after the president's indifferent remarks about the celebrated journalist's death.
The former president hailed the veteran journalist's "trailblazing" work in the field, a stark contrast from Trump's response that Roberts "never treated me nicely."
The veteran journalist won three Emmys for her work over the years.
"You can’t say, 'He’s a racist and what he says is textbook racism, but I support him because he’s the nominee of my party,'" the legendary journalist said.
Journalist and author Cokie Roberts says that philandering liar Alexander Hamilton is still making women wait their turn to assume their rightful place on the front of American currency.
In the United States, there is a high premium on press neutrality. We hold journalism to a gilded Platonic ideal: reporters are expected to present the news in a vacuum devoid of commentary or bias. It's time for the press to act like the Fourth Estate -- to warn and protect its public.
Thanks to Donald Trump and his hate-filled promises, there are white young people who think it's A-ok to be bigoted. And thanks to Donald Trump, young Latinos, Muslim-Americans and African-Americans, now are being mocked and insulted in 2016.
"When you ... talk about building a wall and you talk about banning Muslims, doesn't that have an effect on children?" journalist Cokie Roberts asked.
Roberts offered a grim assessment of the situation Sunday, saying, "I think [the families] should probably expect never to
Scherer and Altman leave Time readers with the impression that somehow Nancy Pelosi is equally responsible for the Republican Tea Party crazies in the House who are driving the country into the ground to win concessions from the president they despise.
Someone decided to make a fake Twitter account for Cokie Roberts, and it's really good. The real Cokie Roberts, of course
All of which is a reminder of how we are all shaped by the women who raised us. With that in mind, We thought we'd take a
Colorado Representative Doug Lamborn's op-ed, calling for the defunding of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, is truly one of the most disingenuous pieces of propaganda I have ever read.
As a practicing vegetarian and occasional pescadarian, I can't imagine that any meal suited to my dietary tastes would be
Journalists today are forced to pontificate from their armchairs, barking out at a furious pace the short, sharp commentaries that are the staples of the Internet. Seeking fulfillment, I turned to fiction.