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CBS Puffs the Joys Of Pot: 'Weed Pimps' and Marijuana on the Radio

CBS This Morning on Thursday returned to a favorite topic of the network's journalists: Legalized pot. This time, reporter Barry Petersen hyped an all marijuana radio station. With no hint at any downside, co-host Norah O'Donnell introduced, "A Colorado radio station is fine-tuning its format to reach a higher audience in the land of legalized marijuana."

Sign of the Times

This morning, I snapped a little photo for you (below). The sign was near ABC News in New York. Who put it there? Operatives of the O’Malley or Sanders campaign? Operatives of CBS or NBC? Republican tricksters? Anyway, an interesting sight to see, something new in ol’ Manhattan.

We finally know how George Clooney proposed to Amal Alamuddin

Eight months after their Venice nuptials, George Clooney has spilled the beans on how he popped the question to Amal Alamuddin. This Tuesday, during an appearance on "CBS This Morning," Clooney spoke with Charlie Rose about his new bride while touring the observatory at One World Trade Center. Show More Summary

CBS This Morning Gushes at ‘Impressive’ Michelle Obama Working Out

On Thursday, CBS This Morning acted as an unofficial spokesperson for First Lady Michelle Obama as they eagerly promoted a video of her working out at the gym. For their part, ABC’s Good Morning America and NBC’s Today did not cheerlead for Mrs. Obama during their broadcasts.

Spotify CEO on video, competition and artist backlash

22 hours agoTechnology : Tech Talk

The world's largest music streaming service is moving into new territory. Spotify announced Wednesday that it will be adding video and podcasts through media partnerships. Founder and CEO Daniel Ek joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss where he plans to take his company.

How a 3rd Place Morning Show is Making Gains

As we’ve been reporting for months, CBS This Morning is the one morning program showing consistent growth. An article on suggests NBC’s Today show could even fall behind CTM. CBS This Morning currently trails ABC by an average of more than 2 million daily viewers, and about 1.5 million behind NBC. Show More Summary

WEVV Names Morning Team for Launch

Evansville, Ind. CBS affiliate WEVV has put its morning anchor team in place. Earlier this month, WEVV announced its evening anchors as it gets ready for a launch in August. Shelby Coates (pictured left) will anchor alongside Melissa...Show More Summary

CBS This Morning Provides DeBlasio Free Platform to Push Liberal Agenda

On Wednesday, CBS This Morning hosted New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio for an exclusive interview at the top of One World Trade Center’s new observation desk and gave the far-left mayor an unchallenged platform to promote his liberal agenda.

How George Clooney proposed to Amal

George Clooney reveals the romantic details of his proposal to Amal in an interview with CBS This Morning. Morgan Manousos (@MorganManousos) explains why Amal was so surprised.        

Anderson Cooper Joins Gayle, Norah and Charlie Atop the World Trade Center

CBS began this broadcast day atop New York City. It will end it on Broadway, at the Ed Sullivan theater where David Letterman will host his last Late Show. But this morning, a first. CBS This Morning became the first TV program to broadcast its full 2-hour show from One World Trade Center, the 102nd floor in fact. Show More Summary

Lindsey Graham: ‘I am running because the world is falling apart’

2 days agoNews : The Newsroom

Lindsey Graham says he is running for president. While the Republican senator will make his official announcement June 1 in his hometown of Central, S.C., he made his intentions clear during an interview on “CBS This Morning” Monday...

George Clooney On His Proposal To Amal Alamuddin: 'I Literally Dropped It On Her'

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

For a man who was once thought to be an eternal bachelor, it sure didn't take George Clooney long to realize he wanted to be with Amal Alamuddin for life. "It happened pretty quickly," the actor told "CBS This Morning's" Charlie Rose in an interview that aired Tuesday. Show More Summary

CBS Program to Broadcast from 102nd-Floor Observation Deck at One World Trade Center

A CBS show will broadcast Wednesday from the new 102nd-floor observation deck at One World Trade Center in New York. The AP reports that “CBS This Morning” will air its entire two-hour show from the site. “It’s an important booking....

CBS This Morning Promotes ‘Pot Entrepreneurs’ In Colorado

On Tuesday, CBS This Morning’s resident marijuana correspondent Barry Petersen filed yet another pro-pot piece and highlighted how “[t]his new business is still figuring out how to be a business."

CBS, NBC Continue to Tout President Obama Joining Twitter

On Tuesday, CBS This Morning and NBC’s Today continued to promote President Obama officially joining Twitter and featured numerous fawning segments highlighting the “Breaking News.”

Newsrooms breeding grounds of traumatic stress?

Good morning. It was on this day in 1992 that Vice President Dan Quayle made huge news and launched a gazillion op-eds by criticizing the hot CBS show, “Murphy Brown,” for being about a single mother and thus exhibiting poor family values. Huffington...Show More Summary

Big-box retailers work to reclaim shoppers

Mega stores like Walmart and Target are trying to re-energize sales after losing customers to online rivals like Amazon. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the new moves being made by America's largest retailers.

Jewish Conservatives Form Infrastructure of Graham’s Potential 2016 Donor Base

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) confirmed Monday on CBS’s This Morning that he will be running for president in 2016 in part because he thinks “the world is falling apart.” Graham, who is expected to officially launch his campaign on June 1, can take comfort in knowing that there are some major donors who may be…

NBC Gives Seconds to 'Growing Pressure' on Hillary to Answer 'Tough Questions'

While CBS This Morning and ABC's Good Morning America on Monday completely ignored Hillary Clinton's continued refusal to take press questions, NBC's Today gave the controversy a scant 45 seconds of air time.

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