Clarissa Ward, CBS News foreign correspondent, was able to slip into Syria to report from there. She discusses what she saw and reports on the conflict.
Thanks to you and your team Clarissa! Way to bring the news back!
Here we have a hero. Thank you so much Clarissa and preserve yourself.
Hallelujah, journalism lives on television. Congratulations to you, Clarissa. And let's give credit where it's due: CBS gave this story the air time that it deserves. Last night it led with story and gave it a big block of time while others were mired in a more tabloid-driven story about the Whitney Houston death. (and no, I don't work for CBS!)
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