Recently Charlie Gibson, known to many of us as the longtime anchor of ABC's World News Tonight, announced that he will be stepping down in January from full-time employment at ABC, although he will continue to contribute occasionally to various ABC News' webcasts. We will miss his dedication and professionalism. There's no doubt that he will leave a lasting legacy with ABC and journalism in general. Good luck Charlie!
I'm not happy with that. I don't know if it's choice (which is, of course, his business); or if it's ABC's choice (in which case I think they'll be sorry). I think it will drive me to watch Brian Williams after years of watching ABC.
by Jack Lee 15 months ago
Her reaction to the fake report of Brian Ross about Trump and Russia is shameful.She was cheering on stage...”lock him up...”
by Paul Swendson 8 years ago
Where do you turn for news that you consider to be objective? Or do you prefer getting news from sources that share your political ideology?
by Deforest 4 years ago
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article … 9243932001Austerity measures against the people but in favor with big corporations. Cuts to the people and no tax for the corporations. What's next?
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