During an appearance on CBS This Morning: Saturday, reporter Paula Reid desperately urged viewers to not blame Hillary Clinton if a possible Department of Justice investigation reveals she sent classified State Department documents from her private e-mail server
A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning"
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The co-hosts of CBS This Morning on Friday ganged up on Marco Rubio and pushed the idea that the Senator should just give up opposing Barack Obama's deal with Iran. Co-host Norah O'Donnell lectured, "You heard Secretary Kerry say it's...Show More Summary
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Liberal New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio sat down for a friendly interview on Thursday’s CBS This Morning and the three hosts repeatedly pushed him from the left on a variety of issues ranging from his fight with Uber to his relationship with Pope Francis on climate change and income inequality.
In a case of perfect timing, CBS this morning officially unveiled its next straight-to-series 13 episode summer-series order: BrainDead, about an eager young Hill staffer starting her first job in Washington who discovers the federal...Show More Summary
Republican senator and presidential candidate Lindsey Graham had a strong message for party rival Donald Trump during an appearance on CBS This Morning Tuesday: "Stop being a jackass." Graham said he was offended on behalf of his friend Sen. John McCain, who Trump recently said should not be considered an American...
Gayle King expressed her astonishment on Tuesday's CBS This Morning that two Catholic sisters were unmoved by Katy Perry, after the hyper-sexualized pop singer sang to them in an attempt to get them to sell their property in Los Angeles...Show More Summary
On Tuesday’s CBS This Morning, Senator Lindsey Graham blasted President Obama over the Iranian nuclear deal and called him “the Neville Chamberlain of our time” which caused host Charlie Rose to sharply react “Neville Chamberlain? Appeasement?”
Despite the fact that most Republicans condemned Donald Trump, a CBS journalist on Monday speculated that the candidate's attack on John McCain's war record might "damage" the entire party. CBS This Morning co-host Norah O'Donnell talked...Show More Summary
CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the threat
CBS News' Major Garrett told CBS This Morning he had no second thoughts about the question he asked President Barack Obama on American hostages in Iran, which earned him a presidential rebuke.
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After CBS’s Major Garrett sharply questioned President Obama about the fate of four Americans held captive in Iran during Wednesday's news conference, on Thursday’s CBS This Morning, rather than defend his colleague’s tough question, co-host Charlie Rose chose to ask if he had any regrets or “second thoughts" surrounding his actions.
CNET.com editor-in-chief Lindsey Turrentine joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss how the tech giant is hoping to win over a new audience
On Wednesday, CBS This Morning rushed to promote remarks made by President Obama at the NAACP’s annual conference in which he criticized the current state of the criminal justice system.
Why Arab allies are worried over the Iran nuclear deal: http://t.co/FWPXaMOhF2 pic.twitter.com/8yNE2jAYzg — CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) July 15, 2015
On Tuesday, CBS This Morning sounded like members of the Obama administration during an interview with Carly Fiorina as its hosts repeatedly defended the newly agreed upon Iranian nuclear deal from criticsm.
CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss what's fueling these bargains