In this Nov. 5, 2014 file photo, Brian Williams speaks at the 8th Annual Stand Up For Heroes, presented by New York Comedy Festival and The Bob Woodruff Foundation in New York. (Photo by Brad Barket/Invision/AP, File)
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Williams, who will end a six-month NBC-imposed suspension in August, appeared on the network's "Today" show and said he was sorry for the inaccuracies.NBC said Thursday that Williams, 56, will not return to his prestigious anchor job but will join the network's cable channel MSNBC as anchor of breaking news and special reports in mid-August.Williams came under scrutiny in January because he had told increasingly harrowing stories about coming under fire during a helicopter ride while covering the Iraq War in 2003 .Williams, who took the "Nightly News" anchor chair in 2004, described his suspension as "torture" but "absolutely necessary". Williams was suspended without pay for six months in February as the network reviewed 10 years of his work, as well as his public appearances.
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