'''CBS News''' is a news organization that broadcasts several programs, including ''[[The CBS Evening News]]'' with [[Katie Couric]], ''[[60 Minutes]]'' and ''[[Face the Nation]]''.
==George Bush Controversy== CBS claimed [[George W. Bush]] went [[AWOL]] from his [[National Guard]] duty during the [[Vietnam War]], but the documents it relied on to make this accusation were later found to be forged. ==Notable Anchors and Reporters== In the 1950s Edward R. Murrow worked for CBS News and famously criticized Senator [[Joseph McCarthy]]. In the 1960s, news anchor [[Walter Cronkite]] (the "most trusted man in America") publicly opposed U.S. military support for South Vietnam in the [[Vietnam War]]. [[Bernard Redmont]], CBS News Moscow and Paris Bureau Chief during the war was a "known [[KGB|Soviet agent]]." <ref>FBI Silvermaster file [http://education-research.org/PDFs/Silvermaster062.pdf Vol. 62, pgs. 1 - 31] </ref> When Katie Couric became the sole head anchor of the CBS Evening News she became the first woman to solo-anchor on the weekday evening news of the three traditional U.S. broadcast networks ([[ABC]], [[CBS]] and [[NBC]]). ==References== <references/> [[category:Television]]