Goodbye, Dan. Hello, Katie?

Who will be the next news anchor at CBS?

Four CBS news staff members lost their jobs last week in the wake of an independent-panel report that found serious flaws in the journalism that led to a 60 Minutes Wednesday story about President Bush's National Guard service. One person who keeps his job is Dan Rather--at least until his previously announced retirement as Evening News anchor takes place in March (he'll continue to report for 60 Minutes). The denouement of CBS's journalistic failure has cast a new light on the search for Rather's successor, making it more likely, in the view of some, that the network will seek an outsider...

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