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Cokie Roberts, Legendary Broadcast Journalist, Dies At 75 | PeopleTV

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Roberts was a pioneering female journalist, winner of three Emmys and bestselling author.
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Cokie Roberts, Legendary Broadcast Journalist, Dies At 75 | PeopleTV

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5 thoughts on “Cokie Roberts, Legendary Broadcast Journalist, Dies At 75 | PeopleTV

  1. Oh no! I loved her on NPR! Her reports on politics and especially the Supreme Court were definitive and to the point! If I was listening to her on the car radio, when I arrived at my destination, I’d have what we call “a driveway moment,” waiting to hear the conclusion before turning off the radio. Maybe it’s stupid to be crying over the loss of someone I never met, but I can’t help it.

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