Brian Ross is one of our most honored and respected journalists. As ABC News' Chief Investigative Correspondent, he reports extensively for World News with Charles Gibson, Nightline, Good Morning America, and 20/20, as well as for ABC News Radio and "The Blotter" on ABCNews.com. His many distinguished investigations include inquiries into secret CIA prisons in Eastern Europe, international nuclear smuggling, and human rights abuses in China, Saipan, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. He broke the ABSCAM and Mark Foley Congressional page scandals and has led the way in exposing the trail of big money that corrupts Washington. Ross's work has been repeatedly honored with the most prestigious awards in journalism, including six DuPont Awards, five Peabody Awards, five Polk Awards, five awards from the Overseas Press Club, twelve Emmys, and three Edward R. Murrow Awards. Prior to joining ABC News, Ross worked for twenty years at NBC News, reporting for the NBC Nightly News and Dateline NBC. He lives in New York and Connecticut.
Books:The Madoff Chronicles, October 2009