Following in the footsteps of Monday’s CBS This Morning, the CBS Evening News featured on Tuesday a segment sounding the alarm on opposition to the U.S. accepting Syrian refugees with the comparison that those Syrians who have settled in the U.S. are facing “another brewing problem” in those opposed to their settlement (after having survived the horrors of the Assad regime).
The evening newscasts on NBC, ABC and CBS had their biggest viewership in at least eight months.
Nightly News wins another week as the CBS Evening News shows the most growth.
Bernie Sanders’s speech explaining his democratic socialist ideology carried little risk among supporters and other Democrats, a solid majority of whom have a positive impression of socialism, according to a New York Times/CBS News poll this month.
Anchoring the CBS Evening News for a third-straight night in Paris following Friday’s deadly Islamic terror attacks, Scott Pelley concluded Wednesday’s broadcast with an emotional commentary looking back at how parents so often struggle...Show More Summary
CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley and CBS News foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer have analysis of the overnight raid outside Paris in search of the mastermind of the Paris attacks
In an interview with CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley, John Kerry discusses how the Obama administration plans to defeat ISIS
CBS Evening News overtook ABC's World News Tonight during coverage of the terror attacks in Paris Friday evening.
Watch the full interview Tuesday on "CBS Evening News"
A New York Times/CBS News poll released before the attacks in Paris found that Americans were unhappy with the president’s approach to the radical Islamist group.
Before the Democratic debate even began Saturday night, Bernie Sanders was losing. A story, first reported on Yahoo News, began widely circulating that a top aide to the Vermont Senator had vigorously protested CBS’ decision to focus more on foreign policy in the wake of the Paris attacks on a conference call. It was tailor-made…
The three Democratic presidential candidates met for their second debate on Saturday evening in Des Moines, Iowa. Following the terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday night, the CBS News moderators scrambled to focus the first segmentShow More Summary
We've already had a bit of pre-debate drama this evening - and justifiably, I'd say. CBS News is hosting the debate this evening. And they put out word earlier today that they had dramatically rewritten the questions and the approach of tonight's debate in light of the terror attacks in Paris. Show More Summary
UPDATED THROUGHOUT AFTERNOON CBS News will air a live, hour-long 48 Hours: Paris Under Attack special tonight at 8PM ET/5PM PT, leading into the network’s coverage of the Democratic presidential debate. Norah O’Donnell will anchor, with Scott Pelley and various correspondents reporting from Paris, Washington D.C. Show More Summary
Saturday night’s Democratic debate may now focus on terrorism, foreign affairs and national security. Steve Capus, the executive editor of CBS News and the executive producer of “CBS Evening News,” said in an interview late Friday that he was in the middle of a rehearsal for the debate when news broke about the slaughter in [...]
CBS News said this evening that its Democratic debate tomorrow night will go on as planned, and the focus is definitely shifting after today’s coordinated attacks in Paris that killed more than 140. Steve Capus, CBS News Executive Editor...Show More Summary
Just in case anyone needs to adjust their busy weekend schedules. Per Politico: … The debate will last two hours and begin at 9 p.m. Eastern time… CBS News says there will be no opening statements. Candidates will have 60 seconds to respond, 30 seconds for rebuttals and follow-ups, and 60 seconds for closing statements. […]
In an interview with House Speaker Paul Ryan for 60 Minutes, CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley scolded the congressman for criticizing President Obama’s unconstitutional executive action on illegal immigration: “On your first day as speaker you said you were going to wipe the slate clean. Show More Summary
Filling in for Scott Pelley on Wednesday’s CBS Evening News, Charlie Rose provided a wrap-up of Tuesday’s Fox Business Networks Republican presidential debate and seemed exasperated when he wondered to Face the Nation anchor John Dickerson “why” did the GOP candidates level “a lot of attacks on Hillary Clinton.”
Friday's CBS Evening News previewed an upcoming 60 Minutes exposé on the "widespread failures in the system that grants top-secret security clearance to federal employees and contractors." Scott Pelley pointed at Bradley Manning as a...Show More Summary