"I mean this guy's a bad dude -- and don't underestimate him," the Republican presidential frontrunner said on "CBS This Morning"
4.71 million watched Monday morning.
After sitting down with the President and the First Lady on Sunday for a friendly chat before the Super Bowl, CBS This Morning co-host Gayle King was not finished with her sycophantic fawning as she followed Obama into the Oval Office for a one-on-one exchange highlighted by her asking what “cool things” he was carrying in his pockets that day.
Monday’s CBS Evening News continued to bask in the supposed glory of CBS This Morning co-host Gayle King’s pre-Super Bowl interview with President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama with additional excerpts and anchor Scott Pelley...Show More Summary
President Obama announced Monday he will seek $1.8 billion in emergency funding from Congress to fight Zika virus at home and abroad. "The good news is this is not like Ebola," Obama said on CBS This Morning. "People don't die of Zika. Show More Summary
Monday’s CBS This Morning applauded Beyonce using the “global stage” of the Super Bowl halftime show “to showcase the political message of her latest single” and hailed the singer’s new album making “a powerful statement on both racism and police brutality.”
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"CBS This Morning" became the first broadcast to look inside the mission that may finally put humans on the Red Planet in the next few decades
GMA outpaces Today show and CBS This Morning on Facebook.
Former First Lady Barbara Bush appeared alongside her son and presidential candidate Jeb Bush on CBS "This Morning" on Friday, mocking Russian President Vladimir Putin's positive comments about Donald Trump. Jeb Bush, once the presumed...Show More Summary
In an interview with Norah O'Donnell for "CBS This Morning," Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush discusses his "comeback plan" and his GOP opponents
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush and his mother, former First Lady Barbara Bush, spoke with "CBS This Morning" anchor Norah O'Donnell about the current GOP race
Ahead of the Super Bowl, CBS This Morning has the momentum.
On Wednesday, the hosts of CBS This Morning seemed to do Hillary Clinton’s bidding as they used her campaign attack lines to interrogate Senator Bernie Sanders on whether he was a “viable” candidate against the former secretary of state.
Some @CameronNewton style via @CharlieRose, top of our 8am hour. "I will pay up," says @GayleKing of their bet! pic.twitter.com/zDy2znHLJK — CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) February 2, 2016 Cam Newton is a trend-setter. He helpedShow More Summary
Coming out of retirement on Tuesday’s CBS This Morning to comment on the state of the 2016 presidential race after the Iowa caucus, former Face the Nation moderator Bob Schieffer decided it was appropriate to compare the Republican winner to murderous Mexican drug lord El Chapo.
Will Super Bowl viewers stick with CBS on Monday morning?
While all three network morning shows conducted live interviews with Hillary Clinton on Monday ahead of the Iowa caucus, only CBS This Morning actually brought up her ongoing e-mail scandal. NBC’s Today and ABC’s Good Morning America both ignored the issue and lobbed softballs to the Democratic frontrunner instead.
NEW YORK (AP) — The Super Bowl looms as an important opportunity for the people at “CBS This Morning,” although they have no plans to be anywhere near the San Francisco area. CBS’ telecast of the big game is expected to give extra attention to the news show, which is steadily becoming a player in […]
Country music is everywhere these days, and the Academy of Country Music Awards just announced their nominees for 2016. On Monday (February 1st), Dierks Bentley showed up on “CBS This Morning” to read off the list of hopefuls, and Eric...Show More Summary