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CBS to Obama: Country ‘Deeply Appreciates’ Your Restraint on Trump

CBS This Morning on Friday previewed Barack Obama’s “final network interview as Commander-in-Chief,” touting a clip in which journalist Steve Kroft hails the President’s restraint in criticizing Donald Trump. Kroft initially prodded, “You have to admit this is one of the strangest transitions in history.... Can [Trump] run an improvisational presidency?”

Barack Obama Talks Donald Trump's 'Unusual' Behavior In Teaser For Final TV Interview As President!

Kudos to President Obama for somehow staying super professional about this dumpster fire of a transition. On Friday, CBS This Morning shared a sneak peek of the outgoing Prez's upcoming 60 Minutes episode, and it's all about Donald Trump! For his final TV interview as Commander-In-Chief, the 55-year-old talked to reporter Steve Kroft all about how "unusual" [...]

Headlines of the week

From explosive and unverified intelligence allegations against President-elect Donald Trump to President Obama's emotional farewell address, take a look back at the week that was on "CBS This Morning."

Eye Opener at 8: Fiat Chrysler emissions scandal

A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

SpaceX hopes for perfect rocket launch after explosion

SpaceX faces a crucial test Saturday with its first launch since their rocket exploded last September on a Florida launchpad. Only on "CBS This Morning," SpaceX President and COO Gwynne Shotwell tells Ben Tracy about how her company is looking toward the future.

SpaceX aims to regain momentum with new rocket launch

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Only on “CBS This Morning,” SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell explains the pressures of its first launch since the September 2016 Falcon 9 explosion

Global risk analyst on Trump team and future of U.S.-Russia relations

Ian Bremmer, founding president of Eurasia Group, a global risk consulting company, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the leaked and unverified intelligence report on Russia gathering compromising information on President-elect Donald Trump, and why secretary of state nominee Rex Tillerson might be saying different things from the president-elect on Russia.

CBS Grills Conway Over BuzzFeed's Unsubstantiated Trump Reporting

On Wednesday, CBS This Morning's anchors hounded Kellyanne Conway over an appendix to a recent intelligence report given to Donald Trump that supposedly highlighted Russia's attempts to compromise the President-Elect, as well BuzzFeed's unsubstantiated document dump related to it. Show More Summary

CBS Hosts, NYT’s Kantor Laud Obama’s ‘Above the Fray, Unifying, Nonpartisan Tone’

Fresh off her glowing column on Sunday polishing First Lady Michelle Obama’s apple, author and New York Times correspondent Jodi Kantor appeared on Monday’s CBS This Morning to similarly praise President Obama for being “a big believer in taking a kind of above the fray, unifying, nonpartisan tone.”

Why Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell Decided to Stay with CBS This Morning

"Viewers are flocking to a place they know they can find a serious news source, and I think that will drive our success in 2017."

Whitney performs on CBS This Morning, announce 2017 tour dates — watch

CoSigned Chicago outfit continue to support their debut LP, Light Upon the Lake.

watch Whitney play three songs on 'CBS This Morning Saturday'

Whitney played "The Falls," "No Woman" and "Dave's Song." They'll be back in NYC to play Brooklyn Steel in May. Continue reading…

Watch Whitney Perform 3 Songs on “CBS This Morning

After just having made their television debut on “Colbert” this week, Whitney stopped by this morning’s installment of “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform three songs from Light Upon the Lake. Watch them do “The Falls,” “No Woman,” and “Dave’s Song” below. Read Pitchfork’s Rising feature, “Whitney: Sons of Summer.” Watch Whitney on “Over/Under”:

Watch Whitney Play Three Songs On CBS This Morning

Chicago indie-rock chillers Whitney had a hell of a year, and they're having a pretty big week too. They just made their television debut on Stephen Colbert's Late Show two days ago, and they've already followed it up with another TV performance, playing three songs from Light Upon The Lake for CBS This Morning's Saturday…

Freewheeling news anchor and Oprah BFF Gayle King celebrates five years with 'CBS This Morning'

For Gayle King, being Oprah Winfrey’s best friend has its privileges — and some obligations. One of them was alerting Winfrey, an avid reader, to what was happening on television. “They used to call me ‘Gayle King, Eyewitness News’ because I’d call and say, ‘Oprah, turn on the TV,  O.J. is on the...

John Avlon on Washington’s Warning

The Daily Beast editor-in-cheif appears on CBS This Morning to discuss his new book Washington's Farewell: The Founding Father's Warning to Future Generations in which he explores America's first president forewarning about foreign influence.

CBS, ABC Wake Up to Idea That Maybe Russia Didn’t Make Hillary Lose

CBS This Morning and ABC’s Good Morning America on Friday awoke to the concept that maybe Russia didn’t cause Hillary Clinton to lose the presidential election. CBS co-host Norah O’Donnell observed, “It’s true, actually, that the Clinton campaign spent more money in Georgia and Arizona than Wisconsin and Michigan. That's a fact.”

Headlines of the week

From the Turkey nightclub terror attack to Mariah Carey's New Year's Eve performance fiasco, take a look back at the week that was on "CBS This Morning."

Eye Opener at 8: Four charged in live-streamed Chicago attack

A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

Kellyanne Conway on why Trump is questioning U.S. intel

Kellyanne Conway, counselor and former campaign manager to President-elect Donald Trump, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Mr. Trump's Friday intelligence briefing on Russian cyberattacks.

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