Brian Williams, who was fired from NBC for misrepresenting events he covered during the Iraq War in 2003, hosted a segment on President Donald Trump's lying.
Legendary journalist Tom Brokaw appeared on "Hannity" last night to discuss a variety of topics, including the Brian Williams controversy, his battle with cancer and his storied career.
In a recent column in The Daily Mail, Piers Morgan sounded off on the Brian Williams scandal, writing, "Politicians, celebrities, sportsmen or news anchors – they’re all tossed onto the furnace of righteous, indignant fury at the slightest suggestion they may not be as perfect as we’d like them to be."
Chief Allan Kelly, the pilot of the helicopter involved in Brian William's embellished story, was on "Hannity" tonight to weigh in on the NBC News anchor's suspension.
Brian Williams has reported that he saw a body floating in the French Quarter, and that he got dysentery by drinking flood water.
A Louisiana newspaper is pointing out discrepancies related to Brian Williams' coverage of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The New Orleans Advocate has raised questions about the NBC Nightly News anchor saying at the time that he saw a body float by his hotel room in the French Quarter.
Bill O’Reilly tonight weighed in tonight after NBC News’ Brian Williams recanted a story about being in a helicopter that was forced down by RPG fire.
NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams is embroiled in controversy this morning after he recanted a story he'd told numerous times about being on a helicopter that was attacked in Iraq in 2003. Williams had claimed over the years that he was in an aircraft that was shot down by RPG fire.
Howard Kurtz and Mediaite’s Joe Concha discussed the hour-long segment on today’s “Media Buzz."