Earth Day: A Look Back At The First EventThe first Earth Day happened 51 years ago, when CBS News's Walter Cronkite called it "a day dedicated to enlisting all the citizens of a bountiful country in a common cause of saving life from the deadly biproduct of that bounty."
Friday Marks Centennial Of Walter Cronkite's BirthIconic CBS News anchorman Walter Cronkite, who was once called “the most trusted man in America,” was born 100 years ago on Friday.
Harry Radliffe, Award-Winning '60 Minutes' Producer, DiesHarry Radliffe II, the first African American to head a CBS News bureau and an award-wining 60 Minutes producer for 26 years, died Tuesday.
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Scott Pelley Starts On CBS Evening News On MondayA new era begins at CBS News on Monday, June 6, 2011.
Katie Couric Bids CBS Evening News FarewellShe made history by becoming the first woman to anchor the evening news solo, and Thursday evening Katie Couric sat in the anchor's chair for the last time.