Don Teague is an Emmy Award winning journalist and author. He was formerly a correspondent for CBS News, appearing regularly on The CBS Evening News, The Early Show, and Sunday Morning.
Don worked as an NBC News correspondent from 2002 until 2009. While working for NBC News, he covered stories as varied as the war in Iraq, hurricane Katrina, and the seizure of children from a polygamist ranch in Texas.
Joining CBS News in 2009, Don has covered major stories including the mass shooting of soldiers at Fort Hood, Texas. Don served as a Captain in the Army Reserve and National Guard logging nearly a thousand hours of military and civilian helicopter pilot time.
He holds a Master of Science in international studies from Troy State University and a Bachelor of Arts in broadcast journalism from San Diego State University. Don lives in Texas with his wife Kiki, two teenage daughters, four horses, three dogs, and a donkey.
His first book, Saved By Her Enemy, was published by Simon and Schuster/Howard Books in March, 2010.