The “CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley” was the only evening newscast to grow compared to the same week last year. The 3rd ranked show was up +5% in total viewers cutting the gap with #2 “ABC World News with Diane Sawyer” nearly in half. Show More Summary
Monday’s CBS Evening News took one break from Oklahoma tornado coverage – to run a piece on how an IRS manager who recently retired from the Cincinnati office, where 501 (c)(4) applications were processed, declared “politics and religion...Show More Summary
Amid the horrific destruction of the tornados yesterday, CBS Evening News captured one of the most touching moments. While interviewing an injury elderly woman, Barbara Garcia, a noise was heard in the rubble just a few feet from where she was standing. It was her dog, which survived the devastation. She had just lamented how […]
At the end of a CBS Evening News story about where he got his start, it was announced that CBS News correspondent Randall Pinkston would be leaving the network. Pinkston, 63, joined CBS in 1980. He spent 10 years as a reporter at WCBS...Show More Summary
It's not as if we didn't know this already, but today Major Garrett made it official: the leaks that misquoted the Benghazi emails came directly from Republicans. Here's the report on the CBS Evening News: On Friday, Republicans leaked...Show More Summary
From the May 16 edition of MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes: Previously: CBS Evening News Highlights Collapse Of Right Wing Scandal Mongering Over Benghazi Talking Points Fox Outrage Machine Gets Desperate To Resuscitate Benghazi "Scandal" New Talking Point Revelations Should End Benghazi Witch Hunt
Video SCOTT PELLEY: Also at his news conference today the president called for tighter security for U.S. diplomatic facilities to prevent an attack like the one in Benghazi, Libya, last year that killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans. Show More Summary
From the May 16 edition of CBS' CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley: SCOTT PELLEY: Also at his news conference today the president called for tighter security for U.S. diplomatic facilities to prevent an attack like the one in Benghazi, Libya, last year that killed U.S. Show More Summary
Generally, once partisan, tendentious sources leak information that turns out to be wrong, nothing's ever done about it. That's for many reasons, some good or somewhat understandable, mostly bad. But on CBS Evening News tonight, Major Garrett did something I...
“In Philadelphia today,” anchor Scott Pelley said on the May 13 CBS “Evening News,” there was a verdict in a murder trial that got national attention.” He was talking about the murder trial of Kermit Gosnell, and whatever “national attention” it received was given grudgingly by the media – including Pelley’s own network. In fact, [...]
While still trailing in the evening news race, the “CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley” continues to show the most growth in viewership: up +12% compared to the same week last year. At the same time, it’s the only evening broadcast to shed viewers in the ad-friendly A25-54 demo, down -2% compared to last year. Show More Summary
“In Philadelphia today,” anchor Scott Pelley said on the May 13 CBS “Evening News,” there was a verdict in a murder trial that got national attention.” He was talking about the murder trial of Kermit Gosnell, and whatever “national attention”...Show More Summary
CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley gave his fellow journalists a scolding this weekend while accepting an award from Quinnipiac University, urging his colleagues to quit worrying about being "first" to publish a story and to avoid using social networking sites for information, as they are solely "gossip."
Quinnipiac University | The Weekly Standard | Associated Press “We’re getting the big stories wrong, over and over again,” CBS Evening News anchor and Managing Editor Scott Pelley said at a Quinnipiac University lunch Friday. The first example … Read more
This week on FAIR TV: CBS Evening News looked like it was covering an immigrant rights rally-- but it was merely a set up to talk about chaos at the border. Time's Joe Klein goes after the "gun lobby" by saying... both sides are at fault? And Cokie Roberts hears the public doesn't want to start a war with Syria. Why does she think that's "dangerous"?
CBS used its Sunday evening and Monday morning newscasts to keep the spotlight on the question of a "possible cover-up" surrounding the terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi. Jeff Glor led CBS Evening News with the scoop from earlier in the day on Face the Nation – that a "career U.S. Show More Summary
Scott Pelley is the recipient of Quinnipiac University’s 20th annual Fred Friendly First Amendment Award. The “CBS Evening News” anchor will be presented the award, given annually to a journalist who has “shown courage and forthrightness...Show More Summary
The 26-year-old Chinese entrepreneur who was carjacked by the Boston Marathon bombing suspects then escaped to alert police to their whereabouts has appeared on TV for the first time in an interview with CBS Evening News.
In his first television interview, the 26-year-old Chinese entrepreneur, who asked CBS News to conceal his identity and calls himself “Danny,” sits down with CBS News Senior Correspondent John Miller and describes the terrifying night when he was carjacked by Boston bombing suspects
After NBA basketball player Jason Collins came out on Monday, CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley asked CBS Sports anchor James Brown this question: "Is this a Jackie Robinson moment?" Brown, in response to the question, said Pelley's...Show More Summary