A.B. Stoddard, who has covered the U.S. Congress since 1994, rejoined The Hill newspaper in 2006 as an associate editor and columnist. After working as a congressional reporter for The Hill from 1995-1999, Stoddard was hired by ABC News to cover the Senate as a producer for World News Tonight and all other ABC News broadcasts. She then worked as a contributing editor for Congressional Quarterly, and freelanced at several publications including The Federal Paper and the Boston Globe.Since returning to The Hill in 2006 Stoddard has appeared regularly on FOX News Channel and MSNBC, as has also appeared on and CNN, NBC, CBS, PBS and BBC. Her column won first place Dateline Awards from the Society of Professional Journalists' Washington DC chapter in 2010 and again in 2011. It appears Thursdays in The Hill. Stoddard is a graduate of Connecticut College.
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