Topic: Mike Wallace
Mike Wallace, who died this weekend, considered another path after covering the 1968 presidential campaign. But in the end, he set a high standard for serious long-form investigative journalism.
CBS newsman Mike Wallace, who died Saturday night, was a dogged reporter and interviewer who took on politicians, celebrities and other public figures and made '60 Minutes' famous.
Instead of dogmatism and hysterical clamor, we need more of the 'Shields and Brooks' kind of civility in our public discourse in America.
Scott Pelley, who Mike Wallace once called 'the finest journalist in the business,' will replace Katie Couric as the face of CBS Evening News.
05/03/2011 07:19 pm
Though we live in a world of anonymous blogs, tweets, and declining newsroom budgets, tried-and-true sources of international reporting remain available.
04/15/2011 08:39 am
Top Picks: 'A Murder of Crows,' Sufjan Stevens' 'The Age of Adz,' Mike Wallace's 'Politics & Presidents,' and more
PBS documentary 'A Murder of Crows,' folk-rock Sufjan Stevens' new CD 'The Age of Adz,' lessons from an award winning journalist in '20th Century With Mike Wallace: Politics & Presidents,' and more recommendations.
10/14/2010 06:05 pm
Mitt Romney is supportive of the Tea Party movement but draws the line when it comes to a third party.
03/09/2010 11:44 pm