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Tom Brokaw, 2002 News

news anchor, in June announced plans to retire from NBC Nightly News after the 2004 presidential election. MSNBC anchor Brian Williams will assume the helm. Brokaw, who joined the show in?

Rachel Maddow

Rachel Maddow is the host of the MSNBC political and news program The Rachel Maddow Show, where she is a staunch supporter of unions, women's rights, gay rights, and other classic liberal causes.?

Zell Miller, 2004 News

Democratic senator from Georgia, delivered a vitriolic keynote address at the Republican National Convention in August, lambasting the Democratic nominee, Sen. John Kerry. ?Our nation is?

Laurie Dhue

Laurie Dhue was a program host and anchor on television's Fox News from 2000 through 2008. Laurie Dhue graduated with a political science degree from the University of North Carolina. She broke in as?

David Bloom 2003 Deaths

David BloomAge: 39 broadcast journalist who was covering the war in Iraq for NBC, MSNBC, and CNBC when he died of a blood clot. Died: Iraq, April 6, 2003Alan BatesA - FLuciano Berio

Jerry Nachman 2004 Deaths

Jerry NachmanAge: 57 quick-witted, award-winning print and broadcast journalist who most recently served as vice president and editor in chief MSNBC, the cable news network. Died: Hoboken, N.?

Al Sharpton

Name at birth: Alfred Charles Sharpton, Jr.Reverend Al Sharpton is a fiery orator and activist from New York City who became famous in the 1980s for his protests against police brutality and racial?

Alan Keyes

Alan Keyes is a political media host who ran unsuccessful campaigns for the United States presidency in 1996, 2000 and 2008. Keyes got his big start in American politics as one of the U.S.?

Tucker Carlson

Television personality Tucker Carlson is a politically conservative host who has bounced around various network shows since 2000, including CNN's Crossfire and the Fox News program Tucker Carlson?

Jesse Ventura

Name at birth: James George JanosJesse Ventura is the former professional wrestler who served as the governor of Minnesota from 1999 to 2003. A former Navy Seal, he wrestled professionally from 1975?