CBS News Layoffs: Catherine Herridge Controversy Over Seized Computer and Files 

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Last week, CBS News announced the termination of Catherine Herridge, an award-winning investigative journalist.

Herridge was one of 20 CBS News staffers who lost their jobs in a sweeping round of layoffs affecting 800 employees across parent company Paramount Global. 

Catherine is known as the “lone’ voice at CBS who investigated and reported on the Hunter Biden laptop story.

Sources claim the award-winning senior correspondent hit “internal roadblocks” at the network as she covered some high-profile stories.

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Catherine Herridge Exits CBS

The decision to include Herridge in the layoffs raised eyebrows among industry observers. She has a well-deserved reputation for breaking big stories and securing exclusive scoops for CBS.

Herridge’s recent coverage included high-profile events such as the House impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden, special counsel Robert Hur’s report on handling classified documents, and the legal woes of Hunter Biden.