Dan Rather – managing editor and anchor of Dan Rather Reports . Dan Rather's resume reads like a history book. After starting out as a local reporter in Texas, he has covered everything from the assassination of President Kennedy and the civil rights movement to the Iraq War. He served as anchor and managing editor of the CBS Evening News for 24 years, the longest such tenure in broadcast journalism history. He's been a correspondent for 60 Minutes and 60 Minutes II and for many years contributed Dan Rather Reporting to radio.
Rather has received virtually every honor in broadcast journalism, including numerous Emmy and Peabody Awards. On October 18th, 2013, he will receive the prestigious Trustees Award from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
The legendary newsman is now the managing editor and anchor of Dan Rather Reports on AXS TV, specializing in investigative journalism and international reporting. A new season kicks off with "Gone To Pot;" an in-depth look at the consequences of and cost to the ecosystem of Northern California, where a majority of the nation's pot supply is grown in the wake of legalizing medical marijuana.
Federal investigators are looking into multiple cases where counterfeiters have floated fake $100 bills. According to police reports, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department arrested three people for printing off the fake bills.
Update: According to the Lafayette Police Department, Lafayette area schools have been checked and the threat has been deemed not credible and lockdown lifted.
A disbarred attorney and former South Bend city council member convicted of forging the names of other lawyers on court documents won't be spending any time in prison unless he gets in further trouble.