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• Mike Wallace, the longtime “60 Minutes” correspondent who turned a talent for interrogation into a television art form, died over the weekend at age 93 after a long illness.

Wallace once said that he had to walk “a fine line between sadism and intellectual curiosity,” and his interviews helped to turn “60 Minutes” into the top-rated show in America.
KC's View:
Love him or hate him - and his tenure had it share of controversy and mistakes - I think that you had to watch Wallace - his style and showmanship made his segments must-see television.