|Full Name||Bob Herbert|
|Birth Name||Robert Bob Herbert|
|Birth City||New York City|
|Date of Birth||March 7,1945|
Well-known American journalist, Robert "Bob" Herbert is well known for his appearance in The New York Times as a journalist. Herbert is also famous for his writing on the Iraq War, American political apathy towards racism, and poverty.
Bob Herbert was born on 7th March 1945 in Brooklyn, New York, United States of America, where another journalist Ayman Mohyeldin was also born. Born to his American parents, he is of African-American ethnicity and holds American nationality.
A famous news anchor is a married man. Herbert exchanged his wedding vows with Deborah Bial. Bob's spouse, Bial is the founder of the Posse Foundation and the trustee of Brandeis University.
There is no exact date of their wedding. No doubt, Herbert and his partner are living together for a long time. Neither the pair shares any child from their marriage.
The New York Times journalist earns decent money from his career. To date, he has worked in various companies and published several books, which aided him in gathering current fortune.
As per some sources, the average salary of a news reporter at The New York Times ranges from $102 thousand to $121 thousand. Hence we can assume the yearly wage of Bob Herbert from his profession and publications.
Bob Herbert's total net worth is estimated to be in the range of $500,000 to $1 million, as of 2019, which is pretty similar to an American meteorologist Keisha Burns.
During his early days, Bob was selected for the buildup to the Vietnam War and went to Korea. Robert, however, wanted to pursue his career in journalism and developed his interest in writing and politics.
After he decided to pursue his career in journalism, Bob joined the State University of New York (currently known as Empire State College) and graduated with a Bachelor of Science and Journalism. Herbert's career in journalism started when he joined The Star-Ledger based in New Jersey.
From 1976 to 1985, Bob joined The New York Daily News and served as an editor and columnist. Later in 1991, he joined the NBC and started working as the national correspondent on the show titled NBC Nightly News and The Today Show.
In 2011, the American journalist left the New York Times with his last column Losing Our Way. Herbert is also famous for his book titled Losing Our Way: An Intimate Portrait of a Troubled America. The book was published in 2014.
Herbert's other famous book is titled Promises Betrayed: Waking Up From The American Dream. The book was published in 2005 by Henry Holt & Company.
At the time of the war on poverty against America, Bob reported that almost one-third of the country is on debt.
When Bob was at the conference at Brandeis regarding poverty, he said that ''the American government intervention was needed immediately to help reverse the economic decline of some 100 million people.''
He added, ''We're in denial about just how bad things have gotten, people run to the shelter of denial when they cant contemplate the truth.''
Later, the editor and founder of The American Prospect, Robert Kuttner started the program saying, ''Reflecting on the Politics of Poverty in the 50 years since ‘The Other America.''
In the end, the Brandeis students had a panel discussion about the racial wealth gap, women and poverty, and childhood poverty.
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