00:57 — "This Town" author Mark Leibovich tells Larry why he started his book with Tim Russert's funeral which he described as a "big cocktail party."
04:01 — Tim Russert with Hillary Clinton and Rick Lazio.
05:42 — Tim Russert won't stop asking Senator John McCain if he'll run for President again in 2004.
03:02 — Prior to reporting election coverage, Tim Russert and Tom Brokaw try to pick a neutral color to represent the uncounted states.
13:00 — Tim Russert plays moderator to Decision '05: Choosing the Pope.
08:16 — The Morning Joe panel pays tribute to the longtime 'Meet the Press' moderator, Tim Russert, who died on June 13, 2008.
01:09 — In 1997, Former Sen. Bob Dole (R-Kan.) was invited to the White House and joked about having lost the presidency. Ten years later, Tim Russert asked h (more…)
Stephen pays homage to Tim Russert by showing his interview on 'Meet the Press.'
John McCain talks to Tim Russert about the possibility of a 2008 presidential run, but something's wrong -- he doesn't seem that excited.
Terry McAuliffe talks about Tim Russert's dead father, but it wasn't a slip of the tongue.
Bob Costas and Tim Russert interview Yogi Berra on Meet the Press about his time in the league, the state of baseball and his famous Yogisms.
Tom Brokaw joins Alicia to discuss his relationship with Tim Russert.
Longtime political reporter Jack Germond appeared on Meet the Press 39 times. In this exchange from our archives - with moderator Tim Russert and fell (more…)
June 14: Sen. John McCain, who appeared on Meet the Press 52 times, shares him memories of NBC s Tim Russert.
When word got out that NBC's Tim Russert had passed away, flags were lowered to half-staff in his hometown of Buffalo, N.Y., and the tributes began to (more…)
June 14: TODAY s Matt Lauer examines the life of Tim Russert and his impact on the field of journalism.
June 14: Matt Lauer shares his final thoughts for his friend and colleague, Tim Russert.
June 15: Betsy Fischer, executive producer of Meet the Press looks back at the life and legacy of Tim Russert.
June 15: Byron W. Brown, mayor of Buffalo, N.Y., discusses the impact Tim Russert had on his hometown.
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