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  • Mike Wallace dies 5 months after Andy Rooney

    Within five months of each other, two of the men who helped make "60 Minutes" the most distinctive news show on television have died.

  • Key dates in Mike Wallace's career

    Key dates and events in the career of "60 Minutes" correspondent Mike Wallace:

  • Mike Wallace, `60 Minutes' star interviewer, dies

    CBS newsman Mike Wallace, the dogged, merciless reporter and interviewer who took on politicians, celebrities and other public figures in a 60-year career highlighted by the on-air confrontations that helped make "60 Minutes" the most successful primetime television news program ever, has died. He was 93.

  • Mike Wallace, `60 Minutes' interrogator, dies

    "Mike Wallace is here to see you."

  • Colleagues, friends react to death of Mike Wallace

    Reaction to the death of longtime "60 Minutes" correspondent Mike Wallace:

  • Memorable moments in Mike Wallace's career

    Some of the many memorable moments in Mike Wallace's career at "60 Minutes":

  • AP Photos: A half century of Mike Wallace's career

    His prosecutorial style was admired, imitated, condemned and lampooned. His weapons were many: thorough research, a cocked eyebrow, a skeptical "Come on" and a question so direct sometimes it took your breath away.

  • Steelers stay hot, crush Bengals 35-7

    The Pittsburgh Steelers played like they're ready for December and beyond, making Cincinnati's hot start a distant memory in the process.

  • Members of Battery A, 7th Battalion, 8th Artillery reading newspapers in Bien Hoa, Vietnam, April 29, 1970 (Official U.S. Army photo)

    EDITORIAL: Media vs. the military

    The Vietnam War and the Walter Cronkite legend inculcated a strong distrust of the media in the military establishment. The sentiment is that if the press can lose America's wars, it is something to be dealt with warily, if at all. But what comes across as bias is often the product of structural and unavoidable aspects of reporting. The primary role of the press is to expose and publicize information, while the military norm, based on the need for operational security, is to withhold and control information.

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