Yes, we're shallow
Celebrity deaths of 2011
60 Minutes curmudgeon will be missed
Long-time CBS broadcaster Andy Rooney dead at 92
Andy Rooney, whose CBS career spans the entire post-war history of network news, died Friday as a result of complications following minor surgery, the network announced.
R.I.P. Andy Rooney, dies at 92
Cronkite's death spurs flood of words, memories
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CBS news chief McManus on football and 60 Minutes
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Development plan stirs passion, memories in Adirondacks 'We can't survive up here on tourists,' one resident says
See it happening in Slate, on-line Computers: Electronic magazines are proliferating, with articles good and banal, serious and frivolous.
They ought to call it the Association of Resurgent Persons Grumpy? Hah!
AP phones ring for Andy Rooney
Simpson children remain in uncertain custody Browns decline to say whether they'll fight
'Breaking' news? Before kickoff?
'Dow 5' strategy produces fortune
ABC outcast Emily Rooney gets new Fox 'Assignment'
The darkness within
Clips showcase Grammy highlights
'TV Guide' special sounds a bit too Foxy
'60 Minutes' special: Show's still ticking, but time's a-wasted
More of Molly Ivins, again at full gallop
Connie Chung: The best (looking) guy for the CBS job
As new congressman, Bartlett feels his way around corridors of power
Cashing in on newsmagazines Shows deliver profits--and ratings
Reality of Olympics has CBS in cold sweat
'The 90's' on PBS offers quick cuts of life
Scrooge-like attitudes pervade U.S.In "A Christmas Carol,"...
Those who stand tall some times get knocked down
1990 TV SEASON: INNOVATION WAS IN, BUT VIEWERS TUNED OUT