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Dan Rather has sued CBS, Viacom and his former bosses for $70 million alleging “breach of contract:” LINK Rather will appear on “Larry King Live,” CNN, tonight at 9 EDT.

About the time Don Imus was booted off MSNBC, three women disappeared off that cable news network’s radar: Norah O’Donnell, Campbell Brown and Rita Cosby. Norah is back on MSNBC after giving birth to twins. Rita has written a disputed book about the whole Anna Nicole Smith ordeal. Cambell Brown is set to host her own evening show to air in November on CNN. Brown, who is pregnant, left NBC’s “Today” show two day ago and will take “family leave” soon after her CNN gig begins. The nightly CNN time slot Brown will fill has not yet been announced. I mentioned Imus because I read somewhere that he caused one female MSNBC employee to diss another to tears, and the employee was fired. Does anyone know the poop on the females involved in this episode?

NBC’s Tim Russert will moderate the next Democratic presidential debate, which airs on MSNBC, Wednesday, 26 September, at 9 p.m. Russert promises that after the two-hour debate, being held at Dartmouth College, viewers will know where the candidates stand on issues. LINK

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