01:24 AM EDT 03/29/2015
Originally posted 03/25/2015 12:35AM
[YOUTUBE "pNHStv8N9kQ"] Bill O'Reilly's got your back, Brian Williams.
On Tuesday's edition of The Late Show with David Letterman on CBS, the Fox News Channel host said that he thinks NBC should rethink its suspension of the NBC Nightly News anchor, who is under investigation for his claims about his time spent reporting on the Iraq War in 2003.
"We have a sport in the United States called let's destroy the famous person," O'Reilly told Letterman. "That's what happened to him. I think NBC should bring him back. I think they will bring them back."
Originally posted 03/12/2015 06:35PM
Nancy Snyderman – who breached voluntary quarantine after she was exposed to the Ebola virus while on assignment in Liberia – has decided to leave NBC News.
"I stepped out of the OR a few years ago and it is now time for me to return to my roots, so I am stepping down from my position as Chief Medical Editor at NBC News," Snyderman announced Thursday.
"Covering the Ebola epidemic last fall in Liberia, and then becoming part of the story upon my return to the U.S., contributed to my decision that now is the time to return to academic medicine," she said in a statement issued to PEOPLE by the network. "I will be shortly taking up a faculty position at a major U.S. medical school. More needs to be done to communicate medicine and science to our viewers and citizens, especially in times of crisis, and with my experiences in the field and on air, that is going to be a priority for me."
Originally posted 02/19/2015 04:50PM
Following his suspension, NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams has been banned by the network from making public appearances, according to NBC's former chairman and CEO, Bob Wright.
Originally posted 02/07/2015 04:20PM
Brian Williams is taking a break from his NBC Nightly News duties as the network investigates false claims he made about his time covering the War in Iraq.
"In the midst of a career spent covering and consuming news, it has become painfully apparent to me that I am presently too much a part of the news, due to my actions," he said in a note to NBC News staff Saturday.
"As Managing Editor of NBC Nightly News, I have decided to take myself off of my daily broadcast for the next several days, and Lester Holt has kindly agreed to sit in for me to allow us to adequately deal with this issue," he continued. "Upon my return, I will continue my career-long effort to be worthy of the trust of those who place their trust in us."
Originally posted 02/06/2015 05:55PM
As Brian Williams continues to face backlash over false claims surrounding his time spent in Iraq in 2003, NBC has launched an internal investigation into the Nightly News anchor.
"As you would expect, we have a team dedicated to gathering the facts to help us make sense of all that has transpired," Deborah Turness, president of NBC News said in an internal NBC memo obtained by PEOPLE.
"We're working on what the next best steps are," Turness continued, "and when we have something to communicate we will of course share it with you."
Originally posted 02/06/2015 12:40PM
After making false claims about his time spent in Iraq in 2003, NBC News anchor Brian Williams has apologized, but the furor over his comments has yet to settle.
While some reports have claimed that fellow NBC anchor Tom Brokaw wants Williams fired, he has denied the claim. "I have neither demanded nor suggested Brian be fired," Brokaw said in a statement to The Huffington Post. "His future is up to Brian and NBC News executives."
Still, Williams, 55, is not safe from controversy.
The two pilots from Williams's helicopter, Christopher Simeone and Allan Kelly, told The New York Times that their chopper was safe from fire. "When he was on the air on the Letterman show, I was going crazy," said Simeone to the NYT in reference to Williams's 2013 appearance on the program in which he claimed he had indeed been on a helicopter that got shot down, and that an injured crew member had received a medal.
Originally posted 01/13/2015 05:15PM
Curry, 58, is ending her role as an award-winning anchor and correspondent to found a media startup seeded by NBCUniversal, she announced Tuesday. She will now be free to report non-exclusively for any outlet but is leaving behind a $12 million salary.
"This is about reaching for the edge of the future in journalism, which we know is undergoing an irrevocable transition. I am excited about working to become a valuable link between traditional media and what is to come," she said in a statement. "In today's world of fragmented media, this is the time to seize the opportunity to improve the way we distribute and even tell stories."
Originally posted 11/06/2014 02:10PM
She's been a party planner, worked at the family firm, written a book about how to prepare the best celebrations and penned fun, first-person accounts of her trying out various adventures.
Originally posted 10/23/2014 05:30AM
The 21-day quarantine period has ended for Dr. Nancy Snyderman of NBC – who was exposed to the Ebola virus in Liberia – but the network's on-air chief medical editor is not expected to return to work for another month.
In a memo to the division, NBC News Chief Deborah Turness said Snyderman and her team will remain at home to "help restore normalcy to their lives."
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