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Bill Geist to Receive Marist College Lowell Thomas Award
PR Newswire (press release) - New York, NY, USA - Bill Geist, known for his humorous commentary and chronicling of America and Americans in his role as a correspondent for CBS News Sunday Morning, is the recipient of the 2007 Marist College Lowell Thomas Award. Geist will be honored at a luncheon at the University Club in Manhattan on September 27.

"Lowell Thomas knew how to tell a story, whether it was about his travels with Allenby in Palestine, his visit with the then-14 year-old-Dalai Lama, or average Americans across our nation," said Marist College President Dennis J. Murray. "Today, no one in broadcast journalism is a better story teller than
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"60 Minutes" asks Russian network's editor-in-chief if it backed Trump
CBS News
U.S. intelligence agencies believe Russia used disinformation warfare to try to interfere with the 2016 presidential election and an American intelligence report finds that one of the weapons in the Kremlin's arsenal was its state-run news network RT ...

RT's editor-in-chief on election meddling, being labeled Russian propaganda
CBS News
Lesley Stahl: They say that the Russians used their websites to perpetrate pro-Trump, anti-Hillary Clinton information. Margarita Simonyan: I can't deny that there could've been Russian media that had their opinion on Twitter, on Facebook, whatever ...


Margaret Atwood & George RR Martin Booked For PBS' Reading Competition – TCA
Margaret Atwood, George R.R. Martin, Gaye King, Lauren Graham, John Irving, and Bill T. Jones are among those lending their voices to PBS's The Great American Read. PBS CEO Paula Kerger announced the celebs at TCA Tuesday morning, also including Devon ...

PBS Announces New Shows and Programming Details During Winter 2018 TCA Session
Business Wire (press release)
PBS announced key authors, celebrities and notable figures in the entertainment, sports, news and literary worlds who will lend their voices and passion to THE GREAT AMERICAN READ, including Margaret Atwood, Junot Díaz, Lauren Graham, John Irving, Bill ...

CBS News

The men saving history from ISIS - CBS News
CBS News
We have come across an unlikely band of brothers on the battlefield against terrorism. They are men of the cloth, a pair of padres, who go into harm's way to find and protect ancient religious books and manuscripts. We joined them in a region of Iraq ...

Pacific Standard

Stop Speculating About Trump's Mental Health
Pacific Standard
SHARES. President Donald Trump leaves the White House on December 21st, 2017, in Washington, D.C.. (Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images). In 1986, CBS reporter Lesley Stahl went with her husband and daughter for a valedictory meeting with President ...

New York Magazine

Concerns About Reagan's Mental Health Were Handled Very Differently Than Concerns About Trump's
New York Magazine
In her 2000 book Reporting Live, CBS's Lesley Stahl recounted a startling interaction with Reagan in 1986 — she described him as “vacant” and “a doddering space cadet” — that left her questioning the president's mental fitness. She came close to ...


Whataboutism, A Russian Propaganda Technique, Popular With Trump, His Supporters
In the last year, there's been a lot of shifting of blame. In Latin, it's known as tu quoque, meaning “you also.” However, it's become more commonly known as whataboutism, and we've been hearing it used more often in press conferences and Sunday ...

Sun Sentinel

Nuremberg prosecutor to speak at US Holocaust Memorial Museum dinner
Sun Sentinel
"The 22 SS Officers responsible for the deaths of one million plus people would never have been brought to justice were it not for Ben Ferencz," said CBS News television reporter Lesley Stahl, who did a story on Ferencz last May for the television ...
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