John Quiñones joined ABC News in June 1982 as a general assignment correspondent based in Miami, providing reports for "World News Tonight with Peter Jennings" and other ABC News broadcasts. He spent nearly a decade in Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Panama and was one of the few American journalists reporting from Panama City during the U.S. invasion in December 1989.  During his 33 year tenure at ABC News, John has reported extensively for all programs and platforms and served as anchor of "Primetime." 

Quiñones has won seven national Emmy Awards for his "Primetime Live," "Burning Questions" and "20/20" work.

Click here for a gallery of some of John's favorite stories.  

Ndoki Rainforest -Coverage of the Congo's virgin rainforest.

To Save The Children - Report on homeless children in sewers of Bogota. 

Bitter Harvest - Modern Slavery - Children Sugar Cane Cutters in the Dominican Republic

So Like Us - Profile of Jane Goodall