06:27 PM EDT 08/24/2015
Originally posted 08/12/2015 09:05AM
Better days are ahead for Brian Williams.
NBC News says its six-month suspension of the former Nightly News anchor is over and that Williams will take on a new role as breaking news anchor for MSNBC this September, CNN reports.
Williams, 56, was suspended without pay for telling an exaggerated story on Jan. 30 about being in a helicopter brought down by enemy fire while embedded during the war in Iraq in 2003. He told a similar story to David Letterman in 2013.
Originally posted 06/18/2015 10:20PM
Brian Williams is apologizing to viewers and colleagues in the wake of his removal as anchor of NBC's Nightly News.
The network announced Thursday that he would be moving to MSNBC after a six-month suspension for making false claims about his time spent in Iraq in 2003.
"I'm sorry. I said things that weren't true. I let down my NBC colleagues and our viewers, and I'm determined to earn back their trust," Williams, 56, said in a statement on Thursday, according to Variety.
Originally posted 03/19/2015 05:55PM
CBS Sunday Morning's Nancy Giles and "Race Forward" radio host/critic/commentator Jay Smooth were guests on All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC recently, talking about Starbucks's new Race Together initiative. And things got a little awkward.
Originally posted 02/18/2015 07:40PM
As the network's first-ever food correspondent
Originally posted 01/29/2013 02:00PM
The Early Today and First Look host will welcome a baby in March, she tells PEOPLE
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