Ed Bradley of CBS News, 65

BradleyLongtime "60 Minutes" correspondent Ed Bradley died today of complications from leukemia. The first black White House correspondent for CBS News, he reported on the network's Sunday night news franchise for 26 years and won 19 Emmys. He had been wounded while on assignment in Cambodia during the Vietnam War. Coverage at and audio from colleague Mike Wallace.

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