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Roger Mudd, Veteran Newsman for CBS and NBC, Dies at 93

Once considered Walter Cronkite's heir apparent, he was on the scene when Robert Kennedy was killed and later asked Ted Kennedy what seemed to be a routine question.

Mitchell Krauss, Longtime CBS News Correspondent, Dies at 90

He was wounded in the 1981 assassination of Egypt president Anwar Sadat, but still managed to file his report.

Ray Brady, Longtime Financial Reporter for CBS News, Dies at 94

He spent 28 years with the company and "brought Wall Street home to Main Street with grace, humor and wisdom."

Quibi, Vice Veteran Shawna Thomas Named ‘CBS This Morning’ Executive Producer

Thomas will join the program, which is anchored by Gayle King, Anthony Mason and Tony Dokoupil, on Feb. 1.

Capitol Insurrection Drives Huge Audience to TV News

The storming of the U.S. Capitol drove a big audience to major TV news outlets on Wednesday.

CBS News National Correspondent Jericka Duncan Signs With CAA

CBS News national correspondent Jericka Duncan has signed with CAA.

Bill Small, Former Top News Executive at CBS and NBC, Dies at 93

Bill Small, the former Washington bureau chief for CBS News and president of NBC News, died Sunday after a brief illness unrelated to the coronavirus, the National Academy of Television Arts…

‘CBS This Morning’s’ Anthony Mason Working From Home After Possible Exposure to Coronavirus

'CBS This Morning' co-anchor Anthony Mason is the latest TV personality to work from home after possible exposure to the novel coronavirus. The longtime CBS News journalist, who joined Wednesday's…

CBS News Employee With Coronavirus Shares Story From Rome Quarantine

Seth Doane is one of six CBS News employees who have been diagnosed with coronavirus. On Monday, the foreign correspondent joined 'CBS This Morning' from his home in Rome, where he is currently…

’60 Minutes’ Producer Sues CBS for Gender Discrimination, Retaliation

Cassandra Vinograd, a London-based associate producer for '60 Minutes,' has sued CBS for "unlawful discriminatory conduct" and "unlawful retaliatory conduct" after she attempted to report her boss…

Richard Huff Upped at CBS News

Richard Huff has been promoted to vice president of CBS News communications.

The Broadcast News Bosses Agree: Their Networks Matter

NBC News president Noah Oppenheim, ABC News president James Goldston and CBS News president Susan Zirinsky talked about the relevance of the broadcast news networks at a Financial Times conference