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Late Miguel Ferrer Leaves Behind More ‘NCIS: LA’ Episodes, ‘Twin Peaks’ Return

Veteran actor Miguel Ferrer worked on NCIS: Los Angeles until his death. The actor, who passed away this morning of cancer, was a series regular on the CBS drama, playing NCIS Assistant Director Owen Granger. His character had been part of the show’s major mole storyline in the current eighth season. Show More Summary

CBS Lectures Pence: Does Unpopular Trump Have to ‘Tilt at Every Windmill?’

The Trump/Pence administration hasn’t even taken office and CBS is already going negative. CBS This Morning co-host Charlie Rose on Thursday reminded Vice-President-elect Mike Pence just how unpopular the team would be. He also lectured...Show More Summary

Networks Unveil Plans For Donald Trump Inauguration Day

Refresh for updates… Three days ahead of the Ball on the Mall, the TV network are solidifying their plans to cover the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States. And the expected protests. CBS This Morning...Show More Summary

This man sang “America The Beautiful” in every National Park in America

2 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

During the course of 2016, CBS Sunday Morning correspondent Conor Knighton visited all 59 National Parks in America, and he filmed himself singing “America The Beautiful” in every one of them. You can learn more about Knighton’s journey in this CBS Sunday Morning segment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S62yIFTxF-U

CBS, NBC Scold Spicer for Trump’s ‘Battle’ With ‘Icon’ John Lewis

In back-to-back interviews with Donald Trump spokesman Sean Spicer on Monday, CBS This Morning and NBC’s Today grilled the incoming White House press secretary over the President-elect getting into a “battle” with “civil rights icon” John Lewis after the Democratic Congressman questioned the legitimacy of the election.

CBS to Obama: Country ‘Deeply Appreciates’ Your Restraint on Trump

CBS This Morning on Friday previewed Barack Obama’s “final network interview as Commander-in-Chief,” touting a clip in which journalist Steve Kroft hails the President’s restraint in criticizing Donald Trump. Kroft initially prodded, “You have to admit this is one of the strangest transitions in history.... Can [Trump] run an improvisational presidency?”

Obama: I’m the first modern president without a major scandal

President Obama told this to Steve Kroft on “60 Minutes”. You didn’t change Washington,” pointed out Steve Kroft in a preview that aired on local CBS stations Friday morning. “I changed those things that were in my direct control,” Obama argued. “And I mean, look, I’m proud of the fact with two weeks to go, [...]

Barack Obama Talks Donald Trump's 'Unusual' Behavior In Teaser For Final TV Interview As President!

Kudos to President Obama for somehow staying super professional about this dumpster fire of a transition. On Friday, CBS This Morning shared a sneak peek of the outgoing Prez's upcoming 60 Minutes episode, and it's all about Donald Trump! For his final TV interview as Commander-In-Chief, the 55-year-old talked to reporter Steve Kroft all about how "unusual" [...]

‘Patriots Day’, ‘Sleepless’, ‘Bye Bye Man’ Get A Leg Up Ahead Of Crowded MLK Frame – Box Office

In one of the most crowded MLK weekends in years, a handful of movies aimed to put their best foot forward last night. Currently this morning, CBS/Lionsgate’s Patriots Day which is expanding from seven Boston-Los Angeles-New York sites...Show More Summary

Headlines of the week

From explosive and unverified intelligence allegations against President-elect Donald Trump to President Obama's emotional farewell address, take a look back at the week that was on "CBS This Morning."

Eye Opener at 8: Fiat Chrysler emissions scandal

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SpaceX hopes for perfect rocket launch after explosion

SpaceX faces a crucial test Saturday with its first launch since their rocket exploded last September on a Florida launchpad. Only on "CBS This Morning," SpaceX President and COO Gwynne Shotwell tells Ben Tracy about how her company is looking toward the future.

SpaceX aims to regain momentum with new rocket launch

6 days agoTechnology : Tech Talk

Only on “CBS This Morning,” SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell explains the pressures of its first launch since the September 2016 Falcon 9 explosion

Global risk analyst on Trump team and future of U.S.-Russia relations

Ian Bremmer, founding president of Eurasia Group, a global risk consulting company, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the leaked and unverified intelligence report on Russia gathering compromising information on President-elect Donald Trump, and why secretary of state nominee Rex Tillerson might be saying different things from the president-elect on Russia.

CBS Grills Conway Over BuzzFeed's Unsubstantiated Trump Reporting

On Wednesday, CBS This Morning's anchors hounded Kellyanne Conway over an appendix to a recent intelligence report given to Donald Trump that supposedly highlighted Russia's attempts to compromise the President-Elect, as well BuzzFeed's unsubstantiated document dump related to it. Show More Summary

Newswire: CBS sets its eye on Chicago at the TCA press tour

CBS put its best face forward—which was alternately Jermaine Fowler’s bright-eyed expression and Bill Paxton’s smiling mug—at the Television Critics Association winter press tour this morning. The two actors star in very different series,...Show More Summary

CBS Hosts, NYT’s Kantor Laud Obama’s ‘Above the Fray, Unifying, Nonpartisan Tone’

Fresh off her glowing column on Sunday polishing First Lady Michelle Obama’s apple, author and New York Times correspondent Jodi Kantor appeared on Monday’s CBS This Morning to similarly praise President Obama for being “a big believer in taking a kind of above the fray, unifying, nonpartisan tone.”

Why Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell Decided to Stay with CBS This Morning

"Viewers are flocking to a place they know they can find a serious news source, and I think that will drive our success in 2017."

Whitney performs on CBS This Morning, announce 2017 tour dates — watch

CoSigned Chicago outfit continue to support their debut LP, Light Upon the Lake.

watch Whitney play three songs on 'CBS This Morning Saturday'

Whitney played "The Falls," "No Woman" and "Dave's Song." They'll be back in NYC to play Brooklyn Steel in May. Continue reading…

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