Brian Williams said Saturday he will take a leave of absence from his anchor role at “NBC Nightly News.” Continue reading
Brian Williams recanted on Wednesday a 12-year-old story that he was aboard a helicopter that was shot down by enemy fire during the Iraq War invasion in 2003.
WASHINGTON — The head of the CIA during President George W. Bush’s second term said Wednesday “I didn’t lie and I didn’t mislead Congress” about the brutal nature of the administration’s interrogations of terrorism-era detainees. Continue reading
WASHINGTON — The revelation that a second Dallas nurse who is ill with Ebola was cleared to fly the day before her diagnosis raised new alarms as leaders of the nation’s public health system prepared to defend their efforts to contain the deadly virus before a congressional hearing Thursday. Continue reading
An American freelance cameraman working in Liberia for NBC News has contracted the Ebola virus and is being flown to the U.S. for treatment, the news network announced Thursday night. Continue reading
In tweets posted Thursday afternoon, Gregory said he is leaving the network as he arrived at it, “humbled and grateful.” Continue reading
Ray Suarez and Jessica Vascellaro of The Wall Street Journal examine the marriage of the nation’s largest cable and Internet provider with one of the largest entertainment companies in a $30 billion deal approved by the Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday. Continue reading
NBC’s television drama “Friday Night Lights,” shows football as the raison d’etre for the small, fictional community of Dillon, Tx., but its residents also learn that life is about much more than touchdowns.
Awkwardness is the essence of “The Silent Echo Chamber,” a multi-screen video installation on display at the New Orleans Contemporary Art Center. The work is part of an ongoing project called “Nontalking Heads” by “Harry Shearer.