There used to be a Nightly News that everyone eagerly watched (except the kids, of course). You were loyal to either Tom Brokaw, Peter Jennings, or Dan Rather, or you had faith in all three and watched whatever came on. For the most part, Americans felt their news was unbiased,Read More
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There used to be a Nightly News that everyone eagerly watched (except the kids, of course). You were loyal to either Tom Brokaw, Peter Jennings, or Dan Rather, or you had faith