RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Tim Russert

A collection of news and information related to Tim Russert published by this site and its partners.

Top Tim Russert Articles

Displaying items 78-83
  • David Gregory on final Florida Senate debate: ‘People are paying closer attention’

     
    David Gregory, moderator of NBC's “Meet the Press,” sees opportunities in hosting the final debate in the Florida Senate race. “People are paying closer attention,” Gregory said. “You always have an undecided vote. The...
  • Webb pays tribute to Tim Russert

     
    by James Oliphant HAMPTON, Va.--In his remarks to the Virginia Democratic Party convention Saturday, Sen. Jim Webb shared some personal thoughts about Tim Russert, the NBC political reporter who passed away Friday after suffering a heart attack. Webb, who...
  • Tim Russert's peers, pols reflect

     
    by Katie Fretland Many expressed their deep sadness today for the death of newsman Tim Russert at age 58. Colleagues remembered him as a giant of the profession who was satisfied with no less than the highest standard of journalistic......
  • Remembering Tim Russert: 'He loved life'

     
    by Mark Silva Veterans of "the Russert interview'' paused today to salute the revered newsman who died so suddenly this week, the late Tim Russert, who was chief of the Washington bureau for NBC News and longtime host of Sunday......
  • Russert Dead of Heart Attack

     
    Tim Russert, one of the most powerful news executives in television who headlined what is arguably one of the industry's most powerful and influential programs - "Meet the Press" - has died. NBC News has broken into regular programming......
  • Even in face of 'Columbia,' astronauts say, carry on

    BY YESTERDAY, the cold, sick feeling of seeing the space shuttle Columbia explode in the blue Texas sky was fading for many, replaced by a numbness as gray as the February dawn. Once again, as the TV networks noted, we were in full "America in Mourning"...