NPR Contributor Daniel Schorr Dies at 93

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Longtime NPR contributor Daniel Schorr earned his reputation as a legendary journalist the hard way – by breaking stories during the Cold War and Watergate that won him numerous awards – not to mention the scorn of various presidents.  He died at the age of 93.  He was last on with Leonard Lopate in 2008, and you can hear him discuss his 50 years of covering politics.


Hear another interview with Daniel Schorr from The Leonard Lopate Show in 2001 below.