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CBS News is a news organization that broadcasts several programs, including The CBS Evening News, 60 Minutes and Face the Nation.

Distorted coverage

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 Vietnam War was a "known Soviet agent." [1]
  • Katie Couric was the first woman to solo-anchor on the weekday evening news of the three traditional U.S. broadcast networks (ABC, CBS and NBC), prior to the announcement of her departure from CBS[2]


  1. FBI Silvermaster file Vol. 62, pgs. 1 - 31
  2. “CBS Evening News” anchor Couric to leave post