Cliff Judy

Cliff Judy

Channel Manager of Programming

Cliff Judy is the channel manager of Newsy's cable programming. He's also served as the company's director of partnerships. Prior to Newsy, Cliff was as an anchor and reporter in Wichita and Kansas City. Cliff still loves finding smart interviews and telling impactful stories from time to time, so reach out if you have an idea and check out the “Ask The Experts” interview series.

Recent Work
A survey stick marks a broken levee
Charlie Riedel / APU.S.

The Future Of U.S. Levees Involves A Lot Of Hard Decisions

Debris from Hurricane Betsy blocks main route
Jack Thornell / APU.S.

Federal Flood Insurance Exists Because Private Insurers Wanted Out

A U.S. Army officer patrols near floodwaters in 1927
U.S. National ArchivesU.S.

Lessons Learned: Our History Fighting Off Floods

The highway 34 bridge spans the Missouri River and its flooded banks between La Platte, Nebraska and Glenwood, Iowa, in 2019.
Nati Harnik / APU.S.

Those Who Live And Work Near Levees All Want Something Different

Crews patch a crater along the Sacramento River
Rich Pedroncelli / APU.S.

The Most Vulnerable Levees In The Nation Have A Lot In Common

Floodwaters from the Missouri River flow through a break in a levee, north of Hamburg, Iowa, on May 10, 2019.
Nati Harnik / APU.S.

2019 Floods Exposed Levee System Weaknesses ... Again

President Donald Trump delivers the State of the Union address in the chamber of the U.S. House of Representatives.
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Yes, More Republicans Are Retiring. No, It's Not All About Trump.

Voters at polling place
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Ask The Experts: The Most Overlooked Factor In 2020's Elections

Display of candy bars
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Ask The Experts: What's Left When There's No Good Food To Eat?

A woman shops in the produce section at Whole Foods January 13, 2005 in New York City.
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Ask The Experts: The Flaw In Calling Communities 'Food Deserts'

Demonstrators gather outside of The United States Supreme Court during an oral arguments in Gill v. Whitford.
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Ask The Experts: Where Gerrymandering Goes From Here

Bottles of prescription drugs
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Ask The Experts: There Are No Easy Drug Price Fixes

Twitter home page
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Ask The Experts: The Good And The Bad Of Silent Social Media Moderates

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler
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A Precedent-Setter: Executive Privilege Vs. Congressional Oversight

Missouri Farm Bureau Vice President Todd Hays
Newsy Staff / Connor HickoxPolitics

Trump's Trade War Is Leaving Missourians Bruised, But Not Broken

A woman holds a copy of the Constitution
Getty ImagesPolitics

Where The Idea For Presidential Pardons Came From

Ethan Kasnett, an 8th grade student at the Lab School in Washington, DC, views the original constitution after a ceremony.
Getty ImagesPolitics

A Lot Of Americans Don't Understand Government ... That's Not Good

Painting of the signing of the U.S. Constitution.
Howard Chandler ChristyPolitics

The Founding Fathers Really Wanted A National University

U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt
U.S. National ArchivesPolitics

The US' History Of Protecting Religious Freedom In Other Countries

An Islamic student prays at the al Azhar mosque before heading into exams in Cairo, Egypt.
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Promoting Religious Freedom Abroad Is Strategic For The U.S.

Demonstrators gather outside of The United States Supreme Court during an oral arguments in Gill v. Whitford.
Getty ImagesPolitics

Supreme Court Decides Against Getting Involved In Gerrymandering Cases

Demonstrators gather outside of the United States Supreme Court during oral arguments in Gill v. Whitford
Getty ImagesPolitics

Gerrymandering Is Absolutely Unfair, But Should SCOTUS Get Involved?

A DACA rally in Chicago, Illinois.

As DACA Winds Through Courts, A Cautionary Tale In Executive Orders


10 Injured In Explosion At St. Petersburg Grocery Store

Tax forms
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Individuals Scrambling Before New Tax Law Goes Into Effect

Hugh Hefner
Getty ImagesObituaries

Hugh Hefner Has Died At 91

Aung San Suu Kyi
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Myanmar's Leader Finally Talked About The Rohingya ... And Said Little

A Ku Klux Klan flies during a Klan demonstration at the state house building on July 18, 2015 in Columbia, South Carolina.
Getty Images / John MooreU.S.

2016's Hate Groups Followed Politics And Became Very Anti-Muslim

President James Buchanan's inauguration
Library of CongressPolitics

This Is What The Presidential Inauguration Looked Like In 1857

A side-by-side of alleged drug dealer Shaun Miller, disguised as an elderly man.
Barnstable Police DepartmentU.S.

A Suspected Drug Dealer Was Captured Looking 40 Years Older