CBS News has fired its political director. The network announced the firing Wednesday night of Steve Chaggaris, who was a fixture of the news division for years. The network cited allegations of “inappropriate behavior.” In a statement, CBS News said:...
The network said it had investigated claims of "inappropriate behavior" by former political director Steve Chaggaris.
CBS News has fired its political director, Steve Chaggaris, for "inappropriate behavior." CBS News says in an emailed statement that "accounts" of his behavior were brought to their attention in … Click to Continue »
CBS News has cut ties with political director Steve Chaggaris amid allegations of “inappropriate behavior”, Deadline has confirmed. “In the last two weeks, accounts of inappropriate behavior by Steve Chaggaris were brought to our attention and were immediately investigated. Show More Summary
Steve Chaggaris oversaw coverage of Donald Trump's campaign and White House.
CBS News “severed ties” Steve Chaggaris following the allegations.
Steve Chaggaris, CBS News’ political director, has reportedly been fired two weeks after claims of “inappropriate behavior.”
CBS Political News Director John Dickerson is defending himself from critics who say he has exposed his personal favoritism for President Obama. Last week, Dickerson wrote a controversial piece for Slate that said Obama should “go for the throat!” and “declare war” on the Republican Party in his second term. Show More Summary
CBS News’ political director John Dickerson came under fire from the hosts of Fox News Channel’s Fox & Friends this week after he published a column in Slate magazine where he suggested President Barack Obama should “go for the throat” in negotiations with his Republican opponents. Show More Summary