Nick Watt is a London-based correspondent for ABC News.
His first story as a reporter was the U.S. Marines’ assault on Fallujah in November 2004, for which he won an Emmy. In December 2005, he covered the Asian tsunami from Sri Lanka, Banda Aceh and Thailand.
Prior to joining ABC News, Watt was a reporter at The Southampton Press newspaper in New York. Watt, who is Scottish, earned a master’s degree in modern history from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, specializing in post-war U.S. foreign policy.
Dr. Timothy Johnson is the current medical editor/contributor for ABC News. He provides on-air medical ABC’s World News Tonight, Nightline and 20/20. He also appears on Good Morning America. Johnson is on the faculty of Harvard Medical School and on… Read more
Steve Osunsami is an correspondent for ABC News based in Atlanta. He contributes reports to “World News with Charles Gibson” and other ABC News broadcasts and platforms. Osunsami began his network career at ABC News in April 1997, as a… Read more
Ron Claiborne is the news anchor for ABC News’ weekend edition of Good Morning America. Claiborne came to ABC News in 1986 and has been a general assignment correspondent based in Boston, reporting for World News Tonight, Nightline and Good… Read more
Pierre Thomas covers the Justice Department for ABC News. He joined the network in November 2000 and reports for “World News with Charles Gibson,” “Good Morning America,” “Nightline” and other ABC News programs.
Ned Potter is the science correspondent for ABC News. An ABC News correspondent since July 1987, Mr. Potter came from CBS News, where he was a correspondent in the Chicago and Boston bureaus from 1980 to 1987. His assignments there… Read more
Mike Von Fremd is an ABC News correspondent based in Dallas. Von Fremd’s recent assignments have included covering the Iraq war from Baghdad and Hurricane Katrina from New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. He also reported on the collapse… Read more