About Martha Raddatz
Martha Raddatz is Chief White House Correspondent for ABC News, reporting on all aspects of the Bush administration for World News Tonight, Nightline, and other ABC News programs. Before coming to ABC News, Raddatz served as the Pentagon correspondent for National Public Radio, reporting on foreign policy, defense, and intelligence issues. Raddatz writes for The New Republic and is a frequent guest on the PBS news program Washington Week in Review. She received Emmy awards for her coverage of the Kosovo crisis and the Elián Gonzalez case, and her coverage with other ABC reporters of the attacks on September 11 was recognized with a Peabody Award.