Veteran 60 Minutes correspondent Mike Wallace has died.
CBS News confirms that the 93-year-old died Saturday night. The revered journalist has been in declining health in recent years.
Wallace was legendary in broadcast journalism and interviewed some of the most high profile figures in history including John F. Kennedy, Malcolm X and Yassir Arafat.
He earned 21 Emmy Awards, and had such a strong impact on TV journalism, he was portrayed in several movies.
After 38 seasons on 60 Minutes he retired in 2006. He is survived by his fourth wife, Mary Yates Wallace.