Since joining CBS News in Paris in 1971, Ed Bradley has won numerous awards for his coverage of wars, politics, and personalities.
He has produced news for CBS throughout its more than 50-year history. More than 30 years ago, he created the first television news magazine.
Much honored for his investigative reporting, he was a foreign correspondent before being named a co-editor of 60 Minutes in 1989.
His unique television essays have made Rooney "the most felicitous non-fiction writer in television," and its most honored.
His reporting for CBS has won him 11 Emmys and France's Chevalier dans I'Order des Arts et des Lettres.
She covered the administrations of three American presidents for CBS News before joining the 60 Minutes team in 1991.
His no-holds-barred interviewing technique and enterprising reportage are well known, and his interviews are a "who's who" list.