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View: How ‘60 Minutes’ survived CBS upheaval to become ‘the Tony Fauci of newsmagazines’

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50 years ago, a local newspaper dominated the story of the Kent State tragedy. Could that still happen?

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Cable news stars like Hannity make headlines. But more people are watching David Muir’s ABC newscast.

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