On the Friday morning network newscasts, CBS This Morning and NBC’s Today showed no interest in picking up on an ABC News report that former President Bill Clinton sought approval from his wife’s State Department for speeches that involved African dictators and North Korea with the speaking fee for the former engagement worth $650,000.
Television Year-to-Date, “CBS This Morning: Saturday” Is Only Saturday Morning Network News Broadcast Posting Gains In Viewers
Both ABC's Good Morning America and CBS This Morning on Thursday used the shooting death of two journalists in Roanoke, Virginia to highlight gun control. GMA co-host Robin Roberts talked to the boyfriend of slain reporter Alison Parker and lectured, "...When something like this happens, the conversation turns to gun control."
During an interview on Thursday’s CBS This Morning, Norah O’Donnell repeatedly questioned New Jersey Governor Chris Christie over the Republican Party’s supposed unwillingness to condemn GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump. The...Show More Summary
The Free Beacon with the latest: A major Hillary Clinton donor would flip their support to Vice President Joe Biden if he decided to enter the Democratic presidential race, CBS This Morning correspondent Julianna Goldman reported Monday, citing disappointment with Clinton’s handling of the private email scandal dominating the headlines.
On Tuesday’s CBS This Morning, reporter Chip Reid touted Democratic outrage over Jeb Bush’s comments over the need to crack down on“birth tourism” as evidence the Republican has “ignited a new controversy” on the issue of birthright citizenship. Show More Summary
Just two weeks after the broadcast networks mourned “cultural icon” Jon Stewart leaving The Daily Show, Friday’s NBC Today and CBS This Morning touted an online petition on the liberal Change.org website urging the Commission on Presidential Debates to select the left-wing comedian as a 2016 debate moderator.
Appearing on Friday’s CBS This Morning, Bloomberg Politics managing editor John Heilemann stressed that despite her best efforts, Hillary Clinton’s e-mail scandal was “getting worse by the day.” After Heilemann and the three CBS hosts...Show More Summary
ABC on Thursday again skipped the latest details on the widening Hillary Clinton e-mail scandal. Yet, CBS This Morning offered full coverage on the "trouble" the Democrat's campaign is facing. NBC's Today skimped on the "political problem" and the evolving FBI investigation.
CBS THIS MORNING was the only network morning broadcast to post year-to-year percentage gains with adults 25-54 (+14%, 0.8/07 from 0.7/06), the demographic most important to those who advertise in news, and viewers (+10%, 3.16m from 2.86m), for the week ending August 14.
Fortune editor Leigh Gallagher joins “CBS This Morning” to talk about who topped the list
Ciara is holding nothing back when it comes to her personal life. The singer made an appearance on CBS This Morning to promote her recently released album 'Jackie,' ?and the conversation quickly turned to the criticism she's faced when it comes to her style of parenting. Continue reading…
Ciara Responds To Russell Wilson Criticism On “CBS This Morning” Ciara is speaking candidly and clapping back at Future for slamming their son’s relationship with Russell Wilson. As previously reported the rapper ranted after “Juicy Man” Future Zahir was spotted
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'I spent my entire career as a pediatric neurosurgeon, frequently staying up all night, fighting, struggling to save the lives of little babies, even operating on babies inside the womb,' he said on CBS This Morning.
During an interview with Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson on Tuesday, CBS This Morning’s Norah O’Donnell repeatedly hit the famed neurosurgeon from the left on abortion and whether or not he agreed with Donald Trump’s disparaging remarks about women.
On Monday, CBS This Morning devoted more than 10 minuted to the fallout surrounding Donald Trump’s repeated attacks on Fox News’ Megyn Kelly and what supposed damage it could have on the entire Republican Party.
During an appearance on Friday’s CBS This Morning, Ohio Governor John Kasich was praised for his decision to “buck” the GOP and expand Medicaid and the CBS hosts urged him to do the same and "buck" the GOP to condemn Donald Trump.
During an interview with Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker after the first GOP presidential debate, CBS This Morning’s Norah O’Donnell repeatedly badgered the Republican over Donald Trump’s performance during Thursday night’s debate.