Federalist publisher Ben Domenech on Tuesday shot down the “partisan” slams on Congressman Devin Nunes, attacks that are coming from Democrats as well as their enablers in the media. CBS This Morning co-host Gayle King goaded the conservative...Show More Summary
Senator John McCain had harsh words for the way Chairman Nunes has conducted House Intelligence Committee's investigation into Russia and his weird actions that have damaged its credibility. On CBS This Morning, Nora O'Donnell asked,...Show More Summary
If you didn’t catch this last Sundays “CBS Sunday Morning,” then you didn’t catch the laser beans being shot from Ted Koppel’s eyes towards Sean Hannity. It was tense, to
Sean Hannity strong. Sean Hannity love America. So Sean Hannity sad when Ted Koppel say he bad for America. Here's the transcript, from Sunday Morning on CBS: SEE ALSO: Even this Fox News anchor thinks Trump's 'ridiculous' lies have...Show More Summary
From a terror attack in London to Republicans' plan to replace Obamacare, take a look back at the week that was on "CBS This Morning."
CBS this morning gave early renewals to 11 returning and five freshman series. Those that are staying on the bubble after not making the list include several veterans — dramas Elementary and Criminal Minds, comedy 2 Broke Girls and reality stalwart The Amazing Race. Show More Summary
A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning." Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
CBS News senior national security analyst Fran Townsend, a former homeland security adviser to President George W. Bush, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the investigation process into Wednesday's London attack near the British Parliament.
Dave Chappelle fans can continue to enjoy his return to the spotlight as the beloved comic is making the rounds on the press circuit to promote his new Netflix special. On Monday, he appeared on CBS This Morning for a revealing and introspective interview, and on Tuesday night, he joined Jimmy Kimmel to chat about hecklers, O.J. Show More Summary
General Motors is launching Book by Cadillac in hopes that a subscription-based model will work for luxury cars. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the plan.
Today in people living their best lives, Michelle Obama and Sarah Jessica Parker, had brunch without me. They were joined by Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts and CBS This Morning co-host Gayle King at NYC eatery The Breslin, per a Page Six tipster. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
The return of Charlie Rose provided CBS This Morning with a significant year-over-year ratings bump.
Though Trump's claim is unsubstantiated, Trump adviser Roger Stone says it’s "certainly possible" Trump Tower was wiretapped. WATCH: pic.twitter.com/MIhPA2MYrQ — CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) March 21, 2017 “CBS This Morning” host...Show More Summary
Dave Chappelle is a bit disappointed over some of the new developments at Comedy Central. During a candid interview with “CBS This Morning,” Chappelle talked to co-host Gayle King about an array of topics, including his 2005 exit from Comedy Central. Show More Summary
Dave Chappelle doesn’t do interviews very often—a fact noted right off the bat by Gayle King, the CBS This Morning co-anchor who snagged an exclusive with the beloved stand-up comic on Monday, ahead of the premiere of his excellent new...Show More Summary
The partisan journalists at CBS This Morning on Monday fawned over a new Obama administration book, touting its “real talk” and encouraging ex-staffer Alyssa Mastromonaco to lash out at Donald Trump. In contrast, this same network questioned the loyalty of General Bob Gates after he wrote a book criticizing Barack Obama.
[Content Note: Misogyny.] This morning, I read a notably nasty and substance-free attack on Hillary Clinton, other members of her family, and her supporters, written by Will Rahn of CBS News (h/t Shaker Eastsidekate). Its title, "The...Show More Summary
Chappelle visited 'CBS This Morning' ahead of his two new Netflix specials, out Tuesday.
Comedian Dave Chappelle, in advance of his first two comeback stand-up specials arriving on Netflix on Tuesday, did a rare, far-reaching interview with CBS This Morning's Gayle King, who visited him in the tiny Ohio town where he lives. Show More Summary
Just hours before the Senate confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch was set to begin, NBC’s Today and CBS This Morning eagerly parroted Democratic talking points against President Trump’s judicial pick and promised an “intense grilling” for the federal judge as the “ugly” process got underway.