Bruce Johnson was an American TV news anchorman and reporter for WUSA 9 (CBS) TV in Washington, D.C. who majored in politics and urban affairs, and investigative and hard-hitting feature stories.

He began his journalism career while in school with WCPO-TV, an ABC-affiliated television station licensed to Cincinnati, Ohio, United States.

Bruce then joined WUSA 9 TV, the CBS affiliate in Washington, D.C., and worked for them for over 42 years.

Johnson traveled to Bangkok, Thailand for an Emmy-winning series, “Why Won’t They Come Home,” featuring American Vietnam War veterans who chose not to return to the United States after the war.

During the election of Pope Francis, Johnson reported live from Rome in Italy. He additionally covered the Vatican installation of Washington Archbishop Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. From Washington, D.C., Johnson covered the visits of Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis.

Making use of his iPhone in 2017, he journeyed to Cuba to report on how American travel to the communist country had been altered after President Trump’s rollback of travel changes under President Obama.

Bruce Johnson Cause of Death: How did Bruce Johnson die?

American anchorman Bruce Johnson died on April 3, 2022 from Congestive heart failure at the age of 71. Bruce Johnson suffered a heart attack while covering a news story in Washington, D.C in 1992.