ABC News anchor Peter Jennings died at his home in Manhattan yesterday night. The newsman announced in April he had lung cancer and was beginning chemotherapy. The Toronto-born anchor, who dropped out of high school, has been one of America's most distinguished journalists for over four decades. He joined ABC in 1964 and worked his way up to be a foreign correspondent. "Peter died with his family around him, without pain and in peace. He knew he'd lived a good life," his family said in a statement. He is survived by his wife, Kayce Freed, his two children, Elizabeth, 25, and Christopher, 23, and his sister, Sarah Jennings.
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