We remember Bob Simon as a great reporter. A legendary journalist. A giant in the TV news business. The other guy…well.
Before the cameras and the “NBC Nightly News,” Brian Williams spent his days growing up in Middletown.
NBC Nightly News Anchor and Managing Editor Brian Williams has been suspended without pay for six months, effective immediately, following questions about his credibility.
The interview with the military newspaper Stars and Stripes took place last Wednesday, before Williams’ on-air apology and several days before he announced he was temporarily stepping away from the “NBC Nightly News.”
NBC announced the decision a day after Williams said he would temporarily step away from NBC “Nightly News.”
In a message sent to NBC News staff and released by NBC on Saturday, Williams says it has “become painfully apparent” to him that his actions have made him too much a part of the news.
NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams’ credibility has been seriously threatened since he falsely claimed he had been in a helicopter hit by a grenade during the Iraq war.
Six members of the cast of “The Sopranos” were on hand Thursday night as James Gandolfini was inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame.
A late actor best known for portraying a New Jersey mobster and a former governor remembered for raising taxes are among the newest members of New Jersey’s Hall of Fame.
Travis Ford was being sincere. He’s yet to watch Marcus Smart score a point or hand out an assist in a college game — but he genuinely loves everything about his freshman point guard guard.
Entering his fourth season, Tryon started six games with the Indianapolis Colts last season, recording 44 tackles. He had seven tackles in the first three games this season before being waived. To make room for Tryon, the Giants released Williams.
The Giants are planning to figure out exactly how much depth they have in Thursday night’s preseason finale at New England. Here are the three areas you’ll want to watch as the Giants play this one.
While Giants cornerback Aaron Ross won’t admit there is a chip on his shoulder, it’s there. Ross came to training camp as the somewhat forgotten man in New York’s secondary.