Brian Williams admitted “misremembering” a 2003 incident in Iraq involving a military helicopter in which he and a crew had traveled. That forced the newsman to apologize for the error and led his employer, NBC News, to suspend him for six months without pay.
Brian Williams admitted “misremembering” a 2003 incident in Iraq involving a military helicopter in which he and a crew had traveled. That forced the newsman to apologize for the error and led his employer, NBC News, to suspend him for six months without pay. File photo by Matt Sayles The Associated Press
Brian Williams admitted “misremembering” a 2003 incident in Iraq involving a military helicopter in which he and a crew had traveled. That forced the newsman to apologize for the error and led his employer, NBC News, to suspend him for six months without pay. File photo by Matt Sayles The Associated Press

Amid the Brian Williams furor, here’s one truth: Tall tales are a common story

February 14, 2015 04:29 PM