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(May 22, 1932- ) Born Stuart Hugh Loory in Wilson, Pennsylvania. Graduated from Cornell in 1954. After college, worked for three years as reporter for Newark News; received master's degree in journalism from Columbia in 1958, and did postgraduate work in Vienna. In 1959 hired by New York Herald-Tribune, serving as reporter, science writer (1961-63), Washington correspondent (1963-64), and Moscow-based foreign correspondent (1964-66). Worked briefly as science writer for New York Times in 1966, then as White House correspondent for Los Angeles Times (1967-71), earning place on President Nixon's enemies list. Was a fellow at Woodrow Wilson Center, 1971-72, and in 1973 executive editor for WNBC-TV news. Was first Kiplinger Professor of Public Affairs Reporting at Ohio State, 1973-75. Became associate and later managing editor of Chicago Sun-Times in 1975, remaining until 1980, when he joined staff of Turner Broadcasting Systems / Cable News Network (managing editor of CNN Washington bureau, 1980-82; Moscow bureau chief, 1983-86; senior correspondent, 1986; executive producer, 1987-90; editor-in-chief of CNN World Report, 1990-91; vice-president of CNN, 1990-95; executive vice-president, Turner International Broadcasting, Russia, 1993-97). Since 1997, has been first Lee Hills Chair in Free-Press Studies at University of Missouri at Columbia; currently editor of IPI Global Journalist for International Press Institute and moderator of Global Journalist on KBIA radio in Columbia, Missouri. Author of The Secret Search for Peace in Vietnam (1968, with David Kraslow), Defeated: Inside America's Military Machine (1973) and Seven Days That Shook the World: The Collapse of Soviet Communism (1991, with Ann Isme).