Trevor posits that the news networks have themselves to blame for Donald Trump's political rise.
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Bob Schieffer shares a memorable inauguration experience.
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Dish Network angers top broadcasting organizations with its TV ad-skipper service, AutoHop.
North Carolina becomes the Democrats' South Carolina.
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Scott Pelley starts his disastrous first broadcast with the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The devastating tornadoes and floods in America's heartland remind Stephen that he has to pee.
Muammar al-Gaddafi sits down with Christiane Amanpour to grab the limelight back from Charlie Sheen.
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Katie Couric's news show has a slightly older audience than Jon's show.
Barack Obama's first 14 Mondays had a serious case of the Mondays.
Some of the biggest stars of any election night are the newscasters themselves.
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