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CBS News correspondent Bruce Morton on the set of the CBS newsroom in New York in 1988. Morton, an award-winning political correspondent for CBS News, died Friday at the age of 83.
September 8, 2014 Legendary CBS News journalist Bruce Morton died this Friday. As the industry marks his passing, Michel Martin remembers him for showing the power of mentoring across difference.
June 10, 2013 According to the news organization, the State Department Inspector General's memo cites cites eight specific examples in which investigations of alleged illegal and inappropriate activity were unduly influenced by other parts of the department.
September 24, 2012 The first official presidential debate isn't until Oct. 3 in Denver. But interviews on CBS offered a sense of what the tone may be like next week.
Journalist Mike Wallace
April 8, 2012 CBS News is reporting that veteran newsman Mike Wallace has died at age 93.
February 15, 2012 The poll, released Tuesday, found President Obama's approval rating had bounced back up to 50 percent from 47 percent in January. Not a huge improvement but in presidential politics, getting to at least 50 percent approval is key for an incumbent seeking re-election. The recovering economy gets much of the credit for his rising approval rates.
November 11, 2011 "Volatile" is one of the words that probably best describes the race for the Republican presidential nomination and a new CBS News poll captures that flux. The national poll indicates a three-way tie, showing Herman Cain at 18 percent and Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich at 15 percent each.
September 28, 2011 After more than 60 years with CBS and 33 as a regular commentator on 60 Minutes, the whimsical essayist will offer his 1,097th and final commentary this Sunday.
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July 18, 2011 A new CBS News poll suggests that while none of the Washington political players gets the approval of a majority of voters for how policymakers are handling the debt-ceiling debate, congressional Republicans fare the worst.The survey found only 21 percent of respondents approved of the actions of congressional Republicans while 71 percent disapproved.
CBS News says this image of correspondent Lara Logan was taken in Tahrir Square shortly before she was assaulted.
February 15, 2011 The correspondent was covering the events in Tahrir Square on Friday when she got separated from her team and was surrounded, the network says. She's recovering in a U.S. hospital.
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