Lisa Myers is an Emmy-award-winning Senior Investigative Correspondent for NBC News, and one of the most respected journalists in the country. Her groundbreaking reports on the war on terror, politics, Iraq and corporate scandals such as Enron have triggered official investigations and altered the political landscape. Myers can be seen on the top-rated “NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams,” “Today,” “Meet the Press,” MSNBC and CNBC.
After years of distinguished reporting as NBC's chief congressional correspondent, Lisa Myers was tapped in late 2002 to lead NBC's Investigative Unit. She and her team have since produced more than a hundred investigative stories on terrorism, politics and the billions in federal contracts flowing to Iraq. Myers made headlines in 2004 when, for the first time, she aired a top-secret CIA surveillance tape of Bin Laden shot prior to 9-11. That same year, she also broke an important story on Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean, unearthing controversial statements Dean had made during years of appearances on an obscure Canadian television...
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