These goos are from the Journalism category, people famous for reporting the news in a variety of media. Browse another way.

Amy Sutherland

This female journalist decided to train her husband like a pet and wrote a book on it. Go »

Anderson Cooper

this anchorman has a well-rounded perspective Go »

Andrea Mitchell

This reporter is as familiar with Washington as she is with foreign affairs, which she should be if she's married to the Fed. Go »

Ashleigh Banfield

This cable news reporter is always on location, in the field. Go »

Barbara Walters

There's something Special about this interviewer with a 20/20 View. Go »

Bob Woodward

When you're co-authoring an investigation into presidential corruption, sources really come deep out of the woodwork. Go »

Brian Williams

Live from New York five nights a week, it's actual news from this network anchor. Go »

Carl Bernstein

This reporter didn't just crash the gate of Washington corruption; he burned it down. Go »

Connie Chung

This TV reporter is known for seeing her interviewees eye-to-eye. Go »

Dahlia Lithwick

Like cold porridge, this reporter's Supreme Court beat is important but kind of bland. Go »

Dan Rather

This newly-retired anchor had the courage to behave rather clownishly through his career. Go »

David Frost

This interviewer sent chills down a former president's spine with sharp questions. Go »

Denise Albert

Yes! This daughter offers (im)pounding basketball coverage. Go »

Diane Sawyer

For this reporter and former Nixon aide, every morning is a good morning. Go »

Ed Bradley

If seeing is believing, this one only worked one hour a week for twenty six years. Go »

Edward R. Murrow

This revered journalist and famous smoker is credited with saving America from... a Senator. Go »

Elizabeth Vargas

It must be hard presenting the world's news tonight if you only see things clearly in hindsight. Go »

Emily Yoffe

Poke 'em, prod 'em, even hand this goo a gun. This goo is willing to try it all. Go »

Eric Schlosser

This muckracker has given gluttons some food for thought. Go »

Erin Andrews

Sports is not an arena known for beauty and brains. Go »

Ezra Klein

This California-born, D.C.-employed liberal blogger became the voice of his generation. Go »

Geraldo Rivera

Failing to find buried treasure on live television gave this reporter a black eye. (Or was a broken nose?) Go »

Graydon Carter

All's fair in the New York social scene. Go »

Greta Van Susteren

This cable TV personality has a record of putting the law in perspective. Go »

Hannah Storm

Sports reporters aren't accustomed to being at the center of a firestorm of tabloid coverage. Go »

Helen Thomas

Obama has one more thing in common with Kennedy when you consider this White House fixture. Go »

Huell Howser

It's amazing you can find 13 years' worth of golden stories in one state. S'long everybody! Go »

Ira Glass

This American lives to put the nation under glass. Go »

Jake Tapper

He's a leading anchor on CNN, not a video-game bartender. Go »

James Risen

This double Pulitzer winner rose to prominence in the early 2000s by exposing CIA and NSA techniques. Go »

Jann Wenner

His long-running music magazine gathers no moss, but his artist selection for a certain hall of fame gathers plenty of controversy. Go »

Jayson Blair

A reporter's job is to tell the truth, but slothful reporters find other ways. Go »

Jeffrey Zaslow

It will be hard to tell who will come in last with ten left. Go »

Jim Cantore

The most famous weatherman on the channel devoted to weather is a harbinger of doom when he arrives to cover major weather events in an afflicted area. Go »

John King

Keep an eye out for this anchor when you watch the election returns on CNN this Tuesday. Who's the king? Go »

Judith Miller

Her inaccurate reporting about WMDs cost her her job. Her refusal to name her White House source cost her her freedom for 85 days. Go »

Katharine Graham

In Washington, 1/455th of a pound of scandal is enough to bring down even the loftiest politicians. Go »

Katie Couric

How many Americans do you suppose woke up with this woman today? Go »

Katie Couric

There was something sour in the analogy about her "tarting up" the CBS Evening News. Go »

Kitty Kelley

Raow! The claws come out when this catty biographer pounces on a celebrity. Go »

Lester Holt

Between today, nightly, weekends, and dateline, this NBC anchor gets a lot of "air time." Go »

Mary Hart

Stay away from this entertainment reporter's nightly program if you don't want to have seizures. Go »

Matt Drudge

XXX GOO SHOCKER!!!!!! LEWINSKY FIRST SCOOPED BY THIS POLITICAL GOSSIP COLUMNIST!!!!!! XXX Go »

Megyn Kelly

Sly as a fox, this anchor turned her feud with Donald Trump into a stand against misogyny. Go »

Michael Rothstein

Some Irish reporters have been known to get into fights. Go »

Miles O'Brien

Unlike his Star Trek namesake, this reporter never made it into space, after the Columbia disaster (which he covered). Go »

Natalie Pinkham

Poker is just as much of a sport as tennis, rugby, and soccer in the eyes of this porky presenter. Go »

Nikki Finke

Rumor has it this blogger has trouble with her weekly deadline. Go »

Pamela Druckerman

Qui a dit que les parents français ne sont pas mieux élever leurs enfants? Go »

Peter King

Even in magazines with pictures, someone has to write about all those athletes. Who's the king? Go »

Robin Meade

She helps the hung over wake up in the morning by reading the day's headline news. Go »

Roxana Saberi

This Fargoan served a thin sentence for the heavy crime of espionage. Go »

Star Jones Reynolds

This former commentator became the star of her own news story when, in her view, she was fired from her talk show. Go »

Stone Phillips

January 24, 2006. Go »

Tom Brokaw

This longtime NBC newsman is the greatest namer of the greatest generation. Go »

Veronica Guerin

This Irish reporter fought the outlaws, and the outlaws won. Go »

Weegee

This freelance photographer didn't really have psychic powers enabling him to show up instantly at crime scenes, but his disturbing work still gave NYPD investigators the heebee-jeebees. Go »