CBS News chief Washington correspondent and "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss the revelations that President Trump's former campaign chair Paul Manafort was wiretapped by the FBI before and after the 2016 election, and what he expects to hear from the president during his first U.N. address.
In an interview with CBS This Morning, Brady discussed his star tight end
In February, CBS Sunday Morning aired a short news segment on the bro hug phenomenon: a supposedly new way heterosexual (white) men (i.e., bros) greet each other. According to this news piece, the advent of the bro hug can be attributed to decreased homophobia and is a sign of social progress. I’m not so sure. […]
In an interview with ‘CBS This Morning,’ the New England quarterback gave his thoughts on Kaepernick’s situation. Tom Brady has joined the growing number of players who believe Colin Kaepernick is still qualified to play in the NFL. In...Show More Summary
In what Deadspin notes was part of a PR tour for his new self-help book, Tom Brady sat down with Norah O'Donnell Sunday on CBS This Morning. But O'Donnell didn't just stick to publishing topics in her conversation with the Patriots quarterback, instead touching on another hot button in the...
In an interview with 'CBS This Morning,' Brady talks about his health and how long he wants to play
"It's truly been the best job I have ever had."
CBS Chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves offered his own take on cord cutting this morning during an appearance at Goldman Sachs Communicopia. On the heels of recent reports of increased cord cutting, TheWrap reports that Moonves said today: “For CBS,...
The first report from “new” 60 Minutes special contributor Oprah Winfrey is scheduled to be broadcast on the program’s 50th season launch, CBS News announced this morning, to the surprise of no one. Way back in January, the news division...Show More Summary
GMA finished No. 1 in total viewers. Today stays at the top among adults 25-54. CBS This Morning delivered double digit total audience growth versus last year.
CBS has digital subscriptions and international expansion in its eye based on CEO Les Moonves’ comments this morning at the Goldman Sachs Annual Communacopia Conference. Indeed, he told investors that the growth of digital streamingShow More Summary
After an undefeated season, the team from CBS This Morning lost in the championship.
On CBS This Morning, former Trump adviser/sentient head cold Steve Bannon — who now describes himself as the president’s wingman — kept referring to “Billy Bush weekend,” like it’s a national holiday with its own Hallmark aisle. When Bannon describes the day, it sounds like he’s recounting the Red Wedding: ... More »
As Hurricane Irma coverage dominated network news coverage on Monday, it was inevitable that the journalists would embrace climate change during the reporting. Both ABC’s Good Morning America and CBS This Morning suggested that Hurricanes Harvey and Irma prove global warming.
The journalists at CBS This Morning, Monday, made sure to label a “right-wing” protest, but offered no such characterization for Antifa at a rally in which smoke bombs were thrown at the police. Co-host Gayle King antiseptically explained, “...Clashes erupted at rallies in Portland and Vancouver, Washington. Show More Summary
The band played four tracks off their Trouble Will Find Me follow-up
To celebrate the release of their excellent new album Sleep Well Beast, the National returned to CBS This Morning today for the show's weekly Saturday Sessions segment. They played four songs from the LP -- "Day I Die," "Nobody Else Will Be There," "Turtleneck," and "The System Only Dreams In Total Darkness" -- live at…
On a day mostly filled with hurricane coverage, CBS This Morning on Friday managed to shove in some liberal bias. The co-hosts eagerly hyped Harvard University’s president and her denouncement of Donald Trump over the “cruel” end of DACA. Charlie Rose breathlessly related, “President Trump's decision affects dozens of current Harvard students.”
Tom Brady’s model wife, Gisele Bundchen, proclaimed earlier this year that her husband has suffered from multiple concussions but thus far, nothing has been done about the revelation. During Bundchen’s interview on CBS This Morning in...Show More Summary
Sonequa Martin-Green made appearances on Late Night With Stephen Colbert and CBS This Morning, where she shared clips from the forthcoming show....