Let the games begin!” said Natalie Morales. “O.K., maybe not just yet.”
It was the morning of Tuesday, Feb. 9, three and a half days before the kickoff of the Winter Olympics, and on NBC’s Today the “Countdown to Vancouver” was in full swing. From the slopes of Cypress Mountain, Ms. Morales, in a red Read More
It was Tuesday morning, the day after Labor Day, and Diane Sawyer was smiling brightly and wearing black. Toward the top of the hour, Chris Cuomo, one of her co-anchors on Good Morning America, looked at the camera and ran through the morning’s headlines. There was swine flu spreading rapidly through American schools, an alleged Read More
WASHINGTON, D.C.—"Sometimes the end comes like a thief in the night," said Sam Donaldson.
Mr. Donaldson was standing on a stage at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., yesterday morning, quoting the Bible. Like the hundred or so mourners who had gathered in the large auditorium, Mr. Donaldson was struggling to make sense of the sudden Read More
Wednesday, July 2
When former New York Times executive editor Howell Raines finally left the New York Times building on West 43rd Street, The Times itself reported that as he left the office he grabbed his white Panama hat-which gave NYTV an idea. It was clear Mr. Raines was made for something more stylish than Read More