On Tuesday, disgraced former CBS anchor Dan Rather received the Peabody career achievement award presented to him by country singer Dolly Parton. The award is usually selected by the Peabody Board of Jurors and given to individuals who "made an impact on the field of broadcasting and digital media and contributed to the course of American culture."
After attempting to dunk on the "Let’s Go Brandon" fans, disgraced CBS anchor Dan Rather faced a dunking of his own. Late Wednesday night, Rather tweeted out his take on the popular "Let’s Go Brandon" phrase that has been used as a rebuff against President Biden. WSJ EDITORIAL...
Sen. Ted Cruz ripped Dan Rather over the former news anchor’s tweet lamenting a federal appeals court halting President Biden’s vaccine mandate, highlighting that Rather was "fired for chronic lying" in journalism. "Hey. Let me fix that headline for you," Cruz said to Rather Saturday on Twitter. "‘Federal appeals court...
Former CBS newsman Dan Rather blasted the anti-Joe Biden chant “Let’s go Brandon” as a sign of the Republican Party’s contempt for democracy. The phrase has become popular in right-wing circles since a sportscaster, interviewing NASCAR Xfinity driver Brandon Brown at a race, mistook a chant of “Fuck Joe Biden” for “Let’s go Brandon.”
Dan Rather celebrates turning 90: "I can attest that's a LOT of real estate on the cake for candles"
The former CBS Evening News anchor, who celebrated his birthday on Sunday, tweeted Monday: "Thank you to everyone who expressed birthday wishes. 90! I can attest that's a LOT of real estate on the cake for candles. But the real brightness comes from going through this life with all of you. I am humbled and moved."
Oct. 31 (UPI) -- Those born on this date are under the sign of Scorpio. -- Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low in 1860. -- Gen. Chiang Kai-shek, the first leader of Nationalist China, in 1887. -- Actor/singer Ethel Waters in 1896. -- Actor Lee Grant in 1925 (age 96)
Concha, 'Outnumbered' hosts rip Couric for editing interview with RBG: 'This is Dan Rather territory'
Fox News contributor Joe Concha said Thursday Katie Couric's reputation may be permanently "tainted" after a report revealed she edited her 2016 interview with the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in order to "protect" her from potentially getting canceled over negative comments about those who kneel during the national anthem.