Cokie Roberts, Journalist and Commentator, Dead at 75

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Cokie Roberts, a long-term journalist and commentator for ABC News and NPR, died on Tuesday in Washington. She was 75.

ABC News announced its death. The cause of the complications was breast cancer.

Ms. Roberts, winner of the Emmy Award, t He joined ABC with The Week with 1996 and was a political commentator, principal conference analyst and commentator for “This Week” over ABC's thirty years.

Submitted in the Hall of Fame Broadcasting and Cable, it was also named as one of the 50 largest women in the history of broadcasting by the American Women in Radio and Television. In 2008, the Conference Library named her “Legend of Living”.

[Read about Ms Roberts' marriage, which lasted more than half a century.]

Ms Roberts was from the prominent political family of Louisiana, the daughter of Hale Boggs, former leader of the majority of the house, and Lindy Boggs, who built her husband's house in the House following his death in a plane crash in Alaska.

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