Bob Schieffer retires Sunday after 46 years at CBS News The veteran news legend is retiring from a journalism career of more than half a century. As a young newspaper reporter, Bob went to Vietnam to cover the war. He worked at the Fort Worth Star Telegram on the day president Kennedy was gunned down in Dallas. He brought Lee Harvey Oswald's mother to the police station. Since starting at CBS News in 1969, he has covered the Pentagon, State Department, Capitol Hill, and the White House and anchored the "CBS Evening News."
Former House speaker accused of paying millions in hush money Retired House speaker Dennis Hastert was indicted after being accused of agreeing to pay millions of dollars to keep an unidentified person silent about "prior misconduct." The nature of the alleged misconduct is still unknown. Hastert is the longest-serving Republican House speaker in history. Jan Crawford reports from Washington on what we know about the case.
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