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Shock jock Don Imus sought Monday to clarify a racial remark he made about Adam Pacman Jones of the Dallas Cowboys, an African-American. While discussing Jones's desire to ditch his nickname, he was told Jones has been arrested six times since being drafted by Tennessee in 2005.
Shock jock Don Imus is in hot water again for a racial remark about an African-American athlete, a Washington publication reported. Imus lost his syndicated talk radio show and MSNBC simulcast last year after he made racist and sexist comments about the Rutgers University women's basketball team.
By The Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) - Still reeling from Tim Russert's death, NBC News must now contemplate replacing the man who not only dominated the Sunday morning talk shows, but served as chief political commentator and ran the Washington bureau.
By David Zurawik, The Baltimore Sun Jun. 19--A TV wake of six days and five nights for NBC newsman Tim Russert came to an end yesterday with a moving memorial service on cable channel MSNBC.
With the election year raising issues of race, cable news networks are giving more noticeable roles to black political pundits, including these voices from both sides of the spectrum.
By Frazier Moore, The Associated Press NEW YORK - Tim Russert's chair was empty on "Meet the Press" on Sunday, two days after his unexpected death.
By JESSICA HESLAM During a touching tribute on yesterday's "Today" show, Luke Russert was asked about his late father Tim's role as a journalist and broadcaster.
Because primary season lasted five months instead of five weeks, I spent many nights in front of the TV watching voting results trickle in. That's how I got to know Chuck Todd and Rachel Maddow, the number-cruncher and the pundit who were hired not long ago to beef up MSNBC's election coverage.