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Zap2It.comNBC's lead White House correspondent, David Gregory, is the next permanent host of "Meet the Press," unless he's not. Gregory, who anchored MSNBC's "Race to the White House" show this fall and is a regular contributor to "Meet the Press," has been...
Previously, York and Lomonaco discussed the roots of the case, reacted to Tuesday's guilty verdicts and discussed if anyone else in the Bush administration blocked Patrick Fitzgerald's investigation. 'Coordination' is not 'conspiracy,' but it's still bad...
Tags: Iraq, Valerie Plame Wilson, Crimes, Trials, Travel
Zap2It.comNBC confirmed weeks of speculation on Sunday in announcing that David Gregory will become the new moderator of "Meet the Press." The announcement of Gregory as the new moderator came during Sunday's (Dec. 7) edition of the show. Gregory, who has been...
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Zap2It.comTim Russert, the long-time moderator of "Meet the Press" and the Washington bureau chief at NBC News, died Friday of an apparent heart attack. He was 58. Russert collapsed Friday afternoon at the NBC News offices in the capital. Tom Brokaw broke in to...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNew York Tim Russert, the longest-serving moderator of NBC's "Meet the Press" and the lion of the Washington press corps, died of a sudden heart attack Friday. He was 58. Russert had returned early from a family trip to Italy and was working at NBC's...
Special to The TimesTailored suit, tasteful hair, good posture, all business, only rare hints of perkiness. I've been checking out Katie Couric, really putting the evil eye on her. You know, Couric, the former NBC "Today" superstar and subsequent $15-million-a-year Jeanne...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNEW YORK -- Ted Koppel knows that persuading television viewers to tune into a four-part documentary about China's economic growth could be a difficult sell. So in the days leading to the broadcast of his latest Discovery Channel program, the veteran...
In an interview on Sunday's Meet the Press, New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson was pummeled by host Tim Russert about everything from his inconsistencies on Iraq to his professions of loyalty to both the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. Perhaps the...
Tags: Bill Clinton, Elections, New Mexico, Janet Reno, Lawyers
The Bush White House confidently, and wrongly, accused Iraq of hoarding biological and chemical weapons. Public attention didn't focus on the administration's scarier contention that Saddam Hussein would soon get his finger on the nuclear launch button....
In theory, Mideast democracy would channel energy away from forces that breed terrorism, and thus make America safer. Part 6 in a Tribune series explores another of the Bush administration's nine arguments for war. What the White House said In making...
Tags: Diplomacy, Democracy, Iraq, Elections, Heads of State
Palm Beach Politics | Sun-Sentinel BlogsAmerican political journalism suffered a loss today. Tim Russert, the NBC News Washington Bureau chief and host of "Meet the Press," has died. He was 58. Russert last appeared publicly in Palm Beach County when he served as moderator of......
Tags: Diplomacy, Florida, Alan Greenspan, Boca Raton, Elections
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