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NBC news’ Brian Williams has temporarily stepped down as evening anchor as the network ‘fact checks’ his public recollections about a forced helicopter landing in Iraq and his coverage of Hurricane Katrina. Whether the stories are mis-remembered, exaggerated or patently false, the controversy is sparking myriad questions about trust, truth and credibility. We talk with media critic Erik Wemple about the way forward for Williams.
- Erik Wemple Media Writer, The Washington Post
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