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Marlene Sanders, Pioneering Broadcast Journalist, Dies At 84Marlene Sanders, a pioneering journalist who spent nine years with CBS News, died Tuesday at the age of 84.
Bob Schieffer Signs Off From CBS, 'Face The Nation'He moderated his final broadcast Sunday after 24 years, ending a journalism career that started at age 20 at a radio station in Fort Worth, Texas.
John Dickerson To Replace Bob Schieffer On 'Face The Nation'Schieffer made the announcement on Sunday's show. Dickerson's first broadcast as host will come this summer.
CBS News: 'Face The Nation' Host Bob Schieffer To Retire This SummerBob Schieffer, a 46-year veteran of CBS News and the longtime anchor of “Face the Nation,” announced Wednesday that he will retire this summer.
Private Memorial For Bob Simon Being Held At Met Opera HouseRepresentatives of CBS News and the Met said Saturday that the service is intended for family and close friends. A larger public service will be held at a later date.
Private Memorial Service To Be Held Tuesday For CBS '60 Minutes' Correspondent Bob SimonA private memorial service will be held Tuesday for veteran CBS News and “60 Minutes” correspondent Bob Simon.
Bob Simon, ‘60 Minutes’ Correspondent And CBS News Veteran, Dies In West Side Highway CrashBob Simon, a longtime correspondent for CBS’ “60 Minutes” and a CBS News veteran of more than 45 years, was killed Wednesday night in a crash on the West Side Highway.
Richard C. Hottelet, Last Of CBS' Original 'Murrow's Boys,' DiesHottelet was a foreign correspondent for the United Press in Berlin at the start of World War II -- and even spent several months in a Nazi prison -- before joining CBS in London in 1944.
Man Behind Cleanup In NYC Ebola Case Accused Of Misrepresenting HimselfThe man brought in to clean up the contaminated waste from Ebola patient Dr. Craig Spencer, Sal Pane, has been accused of using good looks and charm to win business and attention that he did not earn.
GOP Takes Control Of U.S. Senate For First Time In Eight YearsControl of the U.S. Senate was the major question as voters headed to the polls around the nation Tuesday.
NFLPA Appeals Ray Rice's Indefinite NFL SuspensionNFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith told CBS News Tuesday that the union is required by obligation to defend Ray Rice as he challenges his suspension stemming from a February domestic incident.
Roger Goodell On 'CBS This Morning': My Job Isn't On The Line; NOW Calls For Resignation The Commissioner told Norah O'Donnell that "no one in the NFL, to my knowledge" had seen a new video of what happened between Ray Rice and his now-wife until it was posted online.