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    Dan Rather. Daniel Irvin Rather Jr. ( / ˈræðər /; born October 31, 1931) is an American journalist, commentator, and former national evening news anchor. He began his career in Texas, becoming a national name after his reporting saved thousands of lives during Hurricane Carla in September 1961.

  2. Apr 28, 2024 · NEW YORK (AP) — Dan Rather returned to the CBS News airwaves for the first time since his bitter exit 18 years ago, appearing in a reflective interview on “CBS Sunday Morning” days before the debut of a Netflix documentary on the 92-year-old newsman’s life.

  3. Apr 2, 2014 · American journalist Dan Rather is best known for his 24-year tenure as anchor of 'CBS Evening News.'

  4. Jun 9, 2023 · At 91, "I have another journey on my mind," Dan Rather says. The former "CBS Evening News" anchor reflects on his major career highlights and regrets.

  5. Apr 28, 2024 · It's been almost 20 years since Dan Rather signed off at the network where he spent 44 years covering wars, politics, and the assassination of JFK. But he has not retired from the life...

  6. Apr 28, 2024 · After 44 years at the network, 24 as anchor of the “CBS Evening News,” Rather left under a cloud following a botched investigation into then-President George W. Bush’s military record.

  7. Jun 20, 2006 · CBS News announced today that an agreement had been reached for Dan Rather to leave the network, ending his 44-year career there. He stepped down from the principal anchor position last year...

  8. Dan Rather, who anchored “CBS Evening News” for more than two decades, will return to the network for the first time Sunday since leaving acrimoniously in 2005. The legendary newsman, 92, will...

  9. Rather, now 92, talks with Cowan about his illustrious career; about the story that gave him (and CBS) a black eye; and his post-CBS years, writing books and finding a new, younger audience on ...

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    Dan Rather was the anchor and managing editor of CBS Evening News for twenty-four years, the longest tenure in television history. As such, he was not only the face of CBS, but stood for quality and reliable television news.

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