CBS' Sunday news program will reportedly only feature Republicans to discuss the crisis in Ukraine. On the March 7 edition of CBS' This Morning, Face the Nation guest host Charlie Rose announced that the "main topic" of the upcoming show would be the crisis in Ukraine. Show More Summary
Both NBC's Today and CBS This Morning on Thursday saw the beginning of the end of an investigation into the Obama administration's IRS scandal following tirade by Democratic Congressman Elijah Cummings at the conclusion of a Wednesday hearing on the topic. Show More Summary
CBS THIS MORNING posted the Network’s best February sweep delivery in the time period in viewers in seven years (
Of the three morning shows, only CBS This Morning on Wednesday bothered to cover yet another delay of ObamaCare. NBC's Today and ABC's Good Morning America both skipped the news. On Tuesday night, all three networks ignored the topic. CBS...Show More Summary
Vinita Nair has been named a New York-based correspondent for CBS News in addition to her current role as co-host of “CBS This Morning” on Saturday. Nair joined CBS Newspath, the network’s 24-hour television news service for CBS affiliates, as a New York-based correspondent in January, 2013. Show More Summary
Of the three networks, only CBS has investigated the "outrage" of Bill de Blasio's "attacks" against charter schools in New York City. CBS This Morning journalist Don Dahler on Tuesday revealed, "Thousands of concerned parents are traveling...Show More Summary
In another attempt to promote global warming activism, CBS This Morning journalists on Thursday warned viewers that climate change could lead to the end of snow and skiing. Co-host Charlie Rose informed viewers that "the author of a controversial book believes winter sports could be doomed." [See video below. Show More Summary
In a surprising change, CBS This Morning on Thursday devoted almost five minutes to investigating the "debacle" of ObamaCare and the administration's "frantic efforts" to save it from total failure. Co-host Norah O'Donnell even went so far to inform viewers of a new network poll: "...Forty two percent want the law repealed. Show More Summary
Google executive Eric Schmidt was on CBS this morning promoting his new book and announcing a $1 million giveaway to tech innovators. Schmidt was asked about Google's interest in the messaging app Facebook acquired for $19 billion, WhatsApp. Show More Summary
After Vice President Joe Biden admitted on Wednesday that the goal of getting 7 million people signed up for ObamaCare by March 31 would not happen, only Thursday's CBS This Morning made any mention of it, and then only giving the news a mere 29 seconds. Show More Summary
Weeks after the journalists at CBS This Morning hyped the "cannabis capitalism" taking hold in Colorado, the network has come to the belated realization that pot can be "contaminated." The state became the first in the nation to legalize marijuana, but as co-host Norah O'Donnell noted, "the supply can come with its own surprises." [See video below. Show More Summary
Acting like the White House press office, Tuesday's CBS This Morning devoted a 3-minute report to President Obama's habit of binge watching his favorite TV shows, with correspondent Bill Plante gushing: "He may be the leader of the free world, but when it comes to unwinding, President... -
Marc Morano writes: CBS This Morning featured a futurist who promotes paranormal phenomena like ‘telepathy, telekinesis and mind reading’ as climate expert during its February 13 broadcast. CBS only identified physicist Michio Kaku (firstname.lastname@example.org) as a New York City College professor, … Continue reading ?
During the February 13 broadcast of CBS This Morning, host Charlie Rose and his guest turned to the topic of this year's harsh winter, calling the extreme cold an example of global warming. Guest Michio Kaku, a physics professor from...Show More Summary
Climate alarmists really do find the most outlandish evidence possible for global warming. This time, they are pointing to the warm weather in a subtropical region. Since the Winter Olympics began in Sochi, Russia, broadcast networks have talked ext...
As a snow storm beared down on the east coast on Thursday, CBS This Morning sought to lay blame on global warming, with the headline on screen fretting: "Extreme Weather; Are These Kinds of Storms, Droughts Unprecedented?" Co-host Charlie...Show More Summary
All three morning shows on Wednesday hyped Barack Obama's elaborate state dinner with French President Francois Hollande, but only ABC wondered about the dinner's cost. Instead, NBC's Today and CBS This Morning gossiped over Michelle Obama's dress and the newly single French leader. Show More Summary
Here's a report from CBS This Morning investigating how Delta Airlines' relationship with chef Linton Hopkins may lead to better airline food. Last October, Hopkins won Delta's weird web competition Cabin Pressure Cook-Off, landing a spot on an airline...
Friday morning, CBS This Morning invited Lesley Stahl to preview an upcoming 60 Minutes piece on how pharmaceutical drugs affect men and women differently. While Stahl and CBS hosts Norah O'Donnell and Gayle King found the FDA's findings...Show More Summary
The network morning shows saw multi-year viewership highs last week as winter keeps a cold and snowy grip on much of the nation. “CBS This Morning” had its best viewership in more than five years, since the week of Dec. 15, 2008. The...Show More Summary