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Once Respected News Anchors Who Are Actually Terrible People

News anchors are great, in theory. We rely on them to help us understand what is going on in the world, to deliver the news with gravitas and truth. There's a reason Walter Cronkite was once the most trusted man in America. We watch them head into hurricanes and war zones, do things we as viewers could never do, and all in the name of getting information out there. And talking heads sometimes give us their informed opinions to help us break it all down.

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    Respected News Anchors Who Are Actually Terrible People

    Respected News Anchors Who Are Actually Terrible People

    News anchors are great, in theory. We rely on them to help us understand what is going on in the world, to deliver the news with gravitas and truth. There's a reason Walter Cronkite was once the most trusted man in America. We watch them head into hurricanes and war zones, do things we as viewers could never do, and all in the name of getting information out there. And talking heads sometimes give us their informed opinions to help us break it all down.

    News Anchor Freak Outs Caught On Air

    News Anchor Freak Outs Caught On Air

    Anything can go wrong on live news, which means the hardest part of the job for those brave souls who sit in the anchor's chair is remaining calm and collected no matter what happens. For the most part, they do an admirable job, but occasionally their emotions get the best of them. When that happens, the results are often viral gold. Here are some of the funniest flip-outs from the anchors and hosts of TV news programs.

    Famous News Anchors With Sketchy Pasts

    Famous News Anchors With Sketchy Pasts

    They may be some of the most trusted names in news, but depending on who you believe, these news anchors' personal lives may not live up to their professional reputations. From secret affairs to devastating addictions, relive the times when some of news' most famous faces made headlines of their own.

    The Real Reason These News Personalities Left Fox News

    The Real Reason These News Personalities Left Fox News

    Bankrolled by media mogul Rupert Murdoch and built by former Republican strategist Roger Ailes, Fox News took less than two decades to go from being a fledgling startup network in 1996 to one of the most influential and controversial news organizations. Although the network boasted a "fair and balanced" motto until 2017, Fox News has been accused of having a decidedly conservative slant. "The reality of it is that Fox News often operates almost as either the research arm or the communications arm of the Republican Party," former President Barack Obama's White House communications director Anita Dunn once famously said in 2009.

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