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CBS Medical Correspondent: 'Climate Change' Linked to Ebola, Child Paralysis Virus

In a report on a mysterious virus causing paralysis in children that aired on “CBS This Morning” earlier this week, Dr. David Agus, a medical contributor for CBS News and a University of Southern California medical professor, discussed a so-called enterovirus that is believed to behind paralysis and muscle weakness in nine Colorado children. Show More Summary

Norah O’Donnell Loves Bacon and Baklava

"More bacon for me!" #wrap-wrap.jackDanielsSpot{display:none;} !+[sponsored-jack-daniels] The day starts early for Norah O'Donnell: As the co-host of CBS This Morning, she's up at 3:30 a.m. to get ready in time for the show. Yet O'Donnell, who's married to restaurateur Geoff Tracy, still finds time to make food a top priority, especially bacon. Show More Summary

Morning Show Ratings: Week of Sept. 15 & Q3 2014

In addition to winning the season, “Good Morning America” also wins the week and the just-finished 3rd quarter. But only “CBS This Morning” grew among total viewers compared to Q3 2013. The CBS morning show was up +5% in viewers, but...Show More Summary

O’Reilly: It’ll Take ‘Another 9/11 Attack’ for Terrorism to Be Taken Seriously

last weekNews : Mediaite

On CBS This Morning Tuesday, Fox News’s Bill O’Reilly predicted that it would take an attack of 9/11 proportions in order to motivate the U.S. and its allies to effectively push back against global terrorism.

Morning Show Ratings: Week of Sept. 8

CBS This Morning” may be in third place, but it’s the only morning show to see year-over-year growth. Last week, “CTM” was the only breakfast program to grow in both total viewers and the A25-54 demo. “CTM” was up +5% in viewers and...Show More Summary

Sotloff Spokesman: Obama White House 'Bullied And Hectored' Family (Video)

In an appearance on CBS This Morning, Wednesday, a spokesman for the family of slain journalist Steven Sotloff repeated the charge that his parents were threatened by the Obama administration as they looked for ways to free their son from the Islamic State's grip. Show More Summary

Steven Sotloff’s Friend: ‘Never Believed the Administration Was Doing Anything to Help Us’

While appearing on “CBS This Morningthis morning, a friend of beheaded journalist Steven Sotloff‘s claimed Sotloff’s family and friends got little  help from the White House while Steven was held captive. “We just don’t understand why these two Americans [Sotloff and James Foley] had to die,” Barak Barfi said. Show More Summary

Robert Gates: Troops on the Ground Required for 'Success' of ISIS Strategy

In an appearance on “CBS This Morning” on Wednesday, former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, who served in both the Obama and Bush administrations, argued that in order to achieve objectives to destroy the threat of ISIS, including Vice...Show More Summary

Stacey Patton on the Adrian Peterson case

CBS This Morning Chronicle of Higher Education Reporter Stacey Patton on the Adrian Peterson case.

Rihanna to CBS: "Fuck You" for Pulling My Thursday Night Football Song

Rihanna said "fuck you" to CBS this morning for pulling her song "Run This Town" from the Thursday Night Football intro last week. According to Rihanna, the network is trying to "slide it back in" this week. Read more...

Rihanna Had Some Choice Words ('Fck You') For CBS This Morning

2 weeks agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

She's not happy the network wants to use the NFL intro they scrapped last week.

Morning Show Ratings: Week of Sept. 1

No. 3 “CBS This Morning” experienced double-digit growth last week, up +11% compared to the same week last year. And with No. 1 “Good Morning America” and No. 2 “Today” also seeing growth (a scant +1% each) CBS’s viewers appear to be...Show More Summary

NFL Commissioner Says Ray Rice Could Return to NFL One Day

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell gave an interview of CBS This Morning on Wednesday (September 10) and is fully opening up about the situation surrounding Ray Rice and his domestic violence-related suspension. “I don’t rule that out, but we would have to be fully confident that he is addressing this issue. Clearly, he has paid a [...]

Roger Goodell blames Ray Rice for being 'ambiguous about what actually happened'

NFL Comissioner Roger Goodell told CBS that the initial Ray Rice punishment was too light because Rice was "ambiguous about what actually happened" in their first meeting. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell spoke with CBS This Morning and...Show More Summary

Roger Goodell: ‘I Don’t Know How TMZ or Any Other Website Gets Their Information’

In an interview with CBS This Morning co-anchor Norah O’Donnell, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell addressed how TMZ—and not the NFL—got its hands on elevator footage showing Ray Rice hitting his then-fiancee. “I don’t know how TMZ or any other website gets their information,” Goodell said. Show More Summary

Roger Goodell: 'No one in the NFL' saw second Ray Rice video

In Roger Goodell's exclusive interview with 'CBS This Morning' the commissioner admitted the NFL has 'a problem' with domestic violence.

Goodell says evidence was “ambiguous” before video emerged

On Tuesday, the CBS Evening News played a portion of Norah O’Donnell’s interview with Commissioner Roger Goodell regarding the Ray Rice situation.  On Wednesday, the entire interview aired on CBS This Morning. After explaining at length the efforts to get the video of the punch that knocked out Janay Rice, Goodell said that the league…

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell talks Ray Rice with 'CBS This Morning'

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell spoke about the league's approach to dealing with domestic violence issues - in his first interview since Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was indefinitely suspended on Monday.

Goodell on Rice: NFL asked for, didn't receive surveillance video

In an exclusive interview with 'CBS This Morning' co-host Norah O'Donnell, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said that the league did not see the Ray Rice surveillance video until Monday.

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