- Making News: Protests, Parliamentary Inaction over Presidential Election in Ukraine In Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, some 200,000 people are in the streets protesting the official results of Saturday's presidential election and the Parliament has been called into emergency session. David Holley, who's on the scene for the Los Angeles Times, says protestors and opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko have found a sympathetic voice in Senator Richard Lugar.
- Reporter's Notebook: Dan Rather to Leave CBS News
Today, Dan Rather announced that he will leave the CBS Evening News in March. Absent from today's statement was his involvement in the 60 Minutes Wednesday controversy, when CBS had to admit that a story on President Bush's National Guard service was based on questionable sources. Jill Geisler of the Poynter Institute, laments that journalists like Rather and Brokaw are being replaced by hosts and personalities.
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