Bob Edwards Dies: NPR’s Longtime ‘Morning Edition’ Host Was 76

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Veteran broadcaster Bob Edwards, best known for his long-tenured career with National Public Radio (NPR), where he anchored Morning Edition for almost 25 years, has died. He was 76.

NPR CEO John Lansing confirmed the passing on Monday, noting Edwards died “peacefully” on Saturday night (February 10) with his daughters and wife, NPR anchor Windsor Johnston, at his side.