Morley Safer

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Morley Safer, who was a correspondent on CBS’s 60 Minutes from 1970 until just last week, died Thursday at age 84.
ill I started thinking about all the places he invited me to visit. All those places I got to see without ever leaving home. And how his stories live on. Even now.
Longtime CBS newsman Morley Safer retires after a career spanning seven decades, unmatched for its impact, scope and style
The trouble with journalists appearing as themselves in entertainment is that the public already has difficulty discerning fact from fiction in the news. When real reporters allow themselves to be part of fiction, it costs them their credibility.
A charming part of this 60 Minutes outing is that Safer and McCullough are actually in Philadelphia and they visit Constitution Hall. Morley asks, "Do you ever get a funny feeling when you wander around Philly?"