Howard Fineman, veteran political journalist and former MSNBC analyst, dies at 75

Fineman, who spent decades at Newsweek and later HuffPost, had pancreatic cancer


Veteran political correspondent Howard Fineman, who spent three decades covering the corridors of power in Washington for Newsweek before he became an analyst for MSNBC and other outlets, died from pancreatic cancer, his wife announced Tuesday.

Fineman, who was 75, died Monday (June 10) at his home in Washington.

"I am heartbroken to share my brilliant and extraordinary husband passed away late last night surrounded by those he loved most, his family," Amy Nathan posted on her husband's account on X (formerly Twitter). "He couldn't have been adored more. The world was a better place because he lived in it and wrote about it."

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