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Published: 2007-07-14T15:09:00-04:00

 



Pressure from within

2007-07-14T15:09:00-04:00

Good afternoon. I'll be filling in for Lester tonight as he enjoys a well-deserved break. For a summer weekend, it's unusually busy in our Nightly Newsroom this afternoon. We are starting off tonight in Washington with the increasing pressures mounting...



A POWERFUL PEN

2007-07-10T16:46:35-04:00

A few random notes today: First, we were horrified to learn during our afternoon meeting that editorial cartoonist Doug Marlette has died. Doug was just 57, a Pulitzer winner and a veteran of many newspaper editorial pages. I didn't know...



Early Nightly is up

2007-07-10T16:29:50-04:00

Brian previews some of the stories we're working on for tonight's broadcast. Click here or on the image to watch.



Nuthin' but 'Net

2007-07-10T14:35:02-04:00

Hi. Back from a 4th of July holiday and jumping right into the big churn on Iraq. Is it "panic?" A "tipping point?" Or really "stay-the-course-lite?" Also, a Justice Dept. veteran is disgusted, McCain's campaign falls apart, a conservative Senator...



Medal of honor: Wesley L. Fox

2007-07-10T11:00:00-04:00

Every weekday for 110 straight days we will feature a different living recipient of the Medal of Honor. These are the men who have received their nation's highest military honor. Brian is a board member of the Congressional Medal of...



In Syria, girls march as timebomb ticks

2007-07-10T09:42:37-04:00

The girls circle the stage in a nightclub outside of Damascus, holding hands in protective pairs as they march, always counterclockwise, at the same slow pace, one unenthusiastic step per second. It’s 3 a.m., but bright as a hospital ward...



Marvelling at the 787

2007-07-09T18:06:50-04:00

Boeing's unveiling of its new 787 was a huge media event -- part news event but also a big party of sorts with music, giant screens and 10,000 people watching and smiling. What is interesting to me is yesterday and...



BACK TO WORK

2007-07-09T16:48:18-04:00

Three work days off, plus the weekend -- a five-day break from 30 Rock and now back in the saddle again. Allow me to thank Lester Holt for so ably filling in. What I didn't see live I watched on...