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1957-

American television journalist

Daniels was conceived as a result of a rape and her mother asked that she be adopted.

She graduated from Bethany College. She joined CBS News as one of the youngest ever news anchors; in 1990 she moved to NBC and Today and News at Sunrise, then A Closer Look, Dateline and Today's Health.

She is an active supporter of adoption, a member of the National Council on Adoption, and president of the Board of Trustees of the Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa Research Association of America.

References

People, 8 March 1993, pp. 47-58
Who's Who in America, 1996
Leading Authorities, Inc. "Faith Daniels." [Includes portrait]. Available at: http://www.leadingauthorities.com/search/biography.cfm?s-3101
Voltz, Jack R. "On Rape and Incest Abortions." Available at: http://www.ovnet.com/~voltz/prolife/rni.htm

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