Journalist Barbara Walters arrives for the Time 100 gala celebrating the magazine's naming of the 100 most influential people in the world for the past year, in New York, in this April 23, 2013, file photo. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Files
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Trailblazing US television journalist Barbara Walters, famed for her political and celebrity interviews in a career spanning more than half a century, is to retire next month, the ABC network confirmed Monday.Walters joined ABC in 1976, becoming the first female anchor of an evening news program.ABC said Monday that its New York headquarters would be renamed in her honor to reflect her pioneering career.A two-hour special charting her career is to be screened by ABC on the night she steps down.
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