Ron Cohen 

New Yorker magazine once called him "A great big teddy-bear," and his lap seems a perfect fit for grandkids -- his own, and those he has just met. Ron Cohen, an award-winning journalist for more than 40 years, directed coverage of every major news event from Watergate through 9/11 for United Press International and Gannett News Service. His previous book, "Down to the Wire: UPI's Fight for Survival," won numerous awards, including Business Week magazine's Best Business Book of the Year (1990), and the coveted Gold Medal for Journalism History from the Society of Professional Journalists. Cohen holds journalism degrees from the University of Illinois and Columbia University, and is a member of the Illini Media Hall of Fame. He lives with his wife, Jill, in Potomac, MD.
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