Kimberly Dozier, the veteran correspondent and seasoned war reporter, is leaving CBS News for a job with the Associated Press.
Ms. Dozier will serve as the AP’s new intelligence reporter.
Ron Fournier, the AP’s Washington Bureau Chief, announced the move in a memo to staff members:
I’m pleased to announce the AP’s new intelligence Read More
Today CBS News reports that Kimberly Dozier is headed home, talking “animatedly.” CBS has regularly covered the correspondent’s injury in Iraq, and the death of her two crew-members.
I’m a little surprised by the silence surrounding anchor Bob Woodruff’s injuries from ABC News. Obviously, Woodruff was more grievously injured. But can Read More
On the evening of Sunday, May 28, just hours before she climbed into a Humvee with her cameraman, her sound technician and members of the Fourth Infantry Division’s Fourth Brigade Combat Team, CBS News correspondent Kimberly Dozier sent her senior producer a “Memorial Day pitch.”
It was, she wrote in an e-mail, the story of Read More