Sander Vanocur, TV Newsman Who Covered Kennedy, Dies at 91
A veteran correspondent, he was the last surviving journalist who questioned Nixon and Kennedy in the first televised presidential debate.
Citing Falsehoods, Nicolle Wallace of MSNBC Cut Away From Trump’s Remarks
Live coverage of President Trump’s news conference presented networks and cable news channels with a challenge: How, and when, should the fact-checking begin?
CBS Names Norah O’Donnell as Lead Anchor, Signaling a New Era
The new CBS News chief, Susan Zirinsky, announces a fresh start after workplace misconduct scandals involving Charlie Rose, Jeff Fager and Leslie Moonves.
Facebook Reaches Licensing Deal With News Corp for Headlines
News Corp. says it has reached a licensing deal with Facebook that lets the social network feature headlines from The Wall Street Journal, the New York Post and other publications on its upcoming news section.
Why Tamron Hall’s Role Model Is Rocky
Two years after leaving NBC’s “Today,” the former anchor is back. She chats about her new talk show — and why she’s had it with that Tamron versus Megyn narrative.