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  Anchors ‘Stand Up to Cancer’

'Stand Up To Cancer' TV fundraiser returns

"Stand Up To Cancer," a 2008 multichannel TV fundraiser that helped deliver more than $100 million for research, is returning in September. Full story

NBC's Williams back in Louisiana for oil spill

All three evening news anchors left their studios for onsite coverage of big stories, but it was a trip with particular personal meaning for NBC's Brian Williams. Full story

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Harry Smith colonoscopy to air on ‘Early Show’

Morgan Freeman is new voice of ‘CBS News’

Sawyer all business in ‘World News’ debut

McCain adviser: Palin’s book is fiction

Gibson to step down as anchor of ‘World News’

The lucrative business of campus speeches


  What does Sarah Palin read?

Nov. 19:’s Craig Crawford talks about the answer Sarah Palin finally gave to Katie Couric’s question, one year and 51 days after it was asked.

  Another political gamble for Palin

Nov. 16: Rachel Maddow reviews highlights of Sarah Palin’s interview on “Oprah” in the context of the half-term governor's political trajectory.

  Palin continues to take the spotlight

Nov. 17: The Washington Post’s Jonathan Capehart talks about Sarah Palin’s whirlwind publicity tour.

  Palin pens a payback

Nov. 13: Rachel Maddow is joined by Air America national correspondent Ana Marie Cox to assess the veracity and plausibility of Sarah Palin’s criticisms of former McCain staffers in her new book.

  Palin opens up about Couric, Johnston

Nov. 13: Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin begins her book tour with an interview with Oprah Winfrey in which she talks about Levi Johnston, the McCain campaign and her interview with Katie Couric. NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports.

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NEW YORK - DECEMBER 12: Journalist Katie Couric on stage during Z100's Jingle Ball at Madison Square Garden on December 12, 2008 in New York City. *** Local Caption *** Katie Couric