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Scott Pelley Ousted as 'CBS Evening News' Anchor

Scott Pelley is out as 'CBS Evening News' anchor and will be relegated to working on '60 Minutes' full-time.

CBS, whose evening news is third to ABC and NBC, is expected to officially announce Pelley's departure Wednesday.

This after multiple sources confirmed the news following a New York Post report that Pelley's office was being cleaned out on Tuesday.

Pelley, who is currently on assignment for '60 Minutes', is expected to temporarily continue to anchor the program until a replacement is found.

He took over at the CBS Evening News, succeeding Katie Couric, in 2011. Pelley has been with CBS News since 1989 and co-hosted '60 Minutes' since 2003.

May 31, 2017 |

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