Dan Rather, the disgraced former anchor of the CBS Evening News, appeared on Piers Morgan Tonight on CNN and defended 60 Minutes correspondent Lara Logan, who is currently on leave after the network admitted that important parts of her report on Benghazi were inaccurate. Rather compared her situation to the one he faced in 2004 after he inaccurately […]
SocialTimes: A study found that over 50 percent of Americans get their news from social media, meaning that over 50 percent of Americans should not be allowed to vote. TVNewser: Dan Rather thinks CBS News “has a lot to answer for” regarding its Benghazi Report. Show More Summary
Dan Rather — who recently accused CBS News of “trying to airbrush me out of their history” — thinks the network still has some explaining to do over Lara Logan‘s “60 Minutes” Benghazi report. “CBS News has a lot to answer for this. There’s a lot of questions, and they’ve answered some of them. Show More Summary
From the December 9 edition of CNN's Piers Morgan Live: Previously: The Benghazi Hoax Chapter 16: 60 Minutes Dan Rather On CBS' Benghazi Fiasco: "I Hope That They'll Be Completely Transparent About It" The Benghazi Report Questions CBS Still Hasn't Answered
Lara Logan should not be let go by CBS News over her botched Benghazi report on 60 Minutes, former CBS newsman Dan Rather said in response to a question by CNN’s Piers Morgan. She should be judged by her body of work, said the former...Show More Summary
Former CBS Evening News Anchor Dan Rather, despite being fired as a result of the bogus story, continues to maintain that he got it right in September 2004 when he aired forged documents concerning George W. Bush’s record with the Air...Show More Summary
Former CBS newsman Dan Rather is in rather a unique position to tackle the issues surrounding 60 Minutes following its erroneous Benghazi report, and on Piers Morgan's show Monday night, Rather explained the key difference between his report and Lara Logan's: his story was true.
[Today's entry is the final part of our series that we began last Friday. It ends as it began, with Dan Rather. We started our longish -- yet still abbreviated -- journey through the history of CBS News with documentaries...
[In part 1 of this piece, posted last Friday, Nov. 22, 2013,, we spoke about the bad blood that continues between Dan Rather and CBS News. This led into a discussion about the sometimes very contentious relationship between CBS corporate...
The TV career of Katie Couric has been a long decline since she left NBC for an unsuccessful stint in Dan Rather's anchor chair at the CBS Evening News. The Hollywood Reporter suggests Couric is negotiating an exit with ABC News as she's wooed by Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer to become a... -
The TV career of Katie Couric has been a long decline since she left NBC for an unsuccessful stint in Dan Rather's anchor chair at the CBS Evening News. The Hollywood Reporter suggests Couric is negotiating an exit with ABC News as she's wooed by Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer to become a "global news anchor" for Yahoo! News, whatever that means. Show More Summary
"I was headquartered at the CBS affiliate, but at the time of the assassination, I was just past the railroad, over past the underpass, just beyond... where the motorcade was to officially end," says Dan Rather.
Dan Rather is still clearly upset that he was fired from CBS News after working there for 44 years, and that there remains bad blood between him and the network. Most recently he’s pissed that CBS didn’t mention him in...
Former CBS newsman Dan Rather has been excluded from CBS News' special coverage of the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination, and he is not happy about it. He spoke with radio host Michael Castner about his exclusion, saying that his former network is attempting to erase him from history.
Lee Harvey Oswald was far-left defector to the Soviet Union, but you’d never know that from Sunday’s ABC This Week which focused on Dallas as a cauldron of segregationist hate for President Kennedy without any mention of the political...Show More Summary
From the November 17 edition of Fox News' MediaBuzz: Previously: Media Critics: "There's No Way" CBS News' Internal Benghazi Review Can Be Credible Politico: CBS Benghazi "Review" Is An Inside Job Dan Rather On CBS' Benghazi Fiasco: "I Hope That They'll Be Completely Transparent About It"
(Photo courtesy of ESPN Outside the Lines) As we approach the 50th anniversary of the JFK Assassination, various networks have been rolling specials to remember the day. ESPN is no different. On Sunday, it will offer a report on Outside the Lines looking back on the NFL's decision to play games just two days after President John F. Show More Summary
Dan Rather was not invited back to his former network, CBS for the JFK assassination commemoration next week, but ESPN and NBC did. The former anchorman, who now runs his own network, will host a special for the 50th anniversary of the President’s assassination on the sports network. Show More Summary