is a Washington-based National Correspondent for CBS News
-- heard coast to coast on the radio, primarily in the mornings.
Heard reporting for more than two decades from 35 countries,
he anchored much of the coverage of the terrorism attacks
on September 11, 2001, the war that followed, the Bush-Gore
election of 2000, and the impeachment of President Clinton.
joining the Washington bureau, Raviv had formerly been based
in London, Miami, and Tel Aviv. He has covered political campaigns,
the Oklahoma City bombing, the funerals of Princess Diana
in London and Yitzhak Rabin in Israel, and events in Cuba,
Peru and Puerto Rico. Raviv has also appeared on various CBS
News television broadcasts and was host of the children's
broadcast "In The News" on CBS Television.
is also the author of several books, including the bestseller
Every Spy a Prince on Israeli espionage, and Friends
In Deed: Inside the U.S.-Israel Alliance. He is the winner
of two Overseas Press Club of America Awards for his coverage
of the Persian Gulf and a Society of Professional Journalists
award for anchoring the Supreme Court decision in Bush v.
in 1954, Raviv graduated with honors from Harvard University
with a Bachelor of Arts in Government. He and his wife Dori
Phaff have two children, Jonathan and Emma.