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The number of worlds we need to know about keeps increasing even as time and distance diminish. Millions of people depend on Walter Cronkite and the CBS Evening News to make sense of it all. For good reason. For dozens of good reasons. The whole team of correspondents we call Worldwatchers. Men like Charles Collingwood in London. Peter Kalischer in Paris. Eric Sevareid in Washington. Men like Dan Rather, a President watcher. Marvin Kalb, a diplomat watcher. Daniel Schorr, a city watcher. The know what to look for. And how to impart it with clarity and meaning. Keep your eye on CBS News. Don't let the world get away from you.

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