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MSNBC Apologizes For Guest Who Compared Country Music to Murder of Muslims

MSNBC has apologized for remarks made by editor Jamilah Lemieux during a discussion about Ted Cruz‘s comments to “CBS This Morning” earlier this week. Cruz said he preferred how country music, not rock music, responded to the 9/11 attacks. Show More Summary

Pandering Ted Cruz Claims 9-11 Made Him Love Country Music

For anyone who missed it, the first entrant into the 2016 GOP presidential clown car, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, appeared on CBS This Morning earlier this week and treated their audience to this bit of blatant political pandering: Ted Cruz:...Show More Summary

Charlie Rose Lands Another Bashar al-Assad Interview

CBS This Morning” co-host Charlie Rose won a Peabody Award back in 2013 when he interviewed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Rose gets another chance, interviewing al-Assad in Damascus for this Sunday’s “60 Minutes.” Excerpts fromShow More Summary

Morning Show Ratings: Week of March 16

CBS This Morning” continues its momentum in the morning. With numbers for the week of March 16, “CTM” is the only breakfast show to see total viewer gains (+7%). While growth is good, “CTM” remains in third place behind No. 1 “GMA” and No. Show More Summary

'CBS This Morning: Saturday' Posts a 50% Gain in Adults 25-54 Compared to Last Year

CBS THIS MORNING: SATURDAY added +30,000 viewers, closing the gap with NBC by more than 400,000 viewers

‘American Idol’ Ratings Fall Hard For Fox On ‘Empire’-Less Night, Steady CBS Tops Primetime

First off, let's take a moment to recognize this first Thursday morning in months where we weren't talking about those amazing Empire ratings dominating Wednesday's primetime. Those dizzying heights of last week's finale of the Lee Daniels and Danny Strong-created drama already seem so long ago. Show More Summary

'CBS This Morning' is the Only Network Morning Broadcast to Post Gains Compared to Last Year

For the week ending March 20, CBS THIS MORNING was once again the only network morning broadcast to post gains in viewers

Ted Cruz Says He Used to Like Rock Music but Now Prefers Country Music Because of 9/11

On Tuesday, CBS This Morning host Gayle King asked presidential candidate Ted Cruz what kind of music he listens to. Here’s his response. “You know, music is interesting. I grew up listening to classic rock and I’ll tell you sort of an odd story. Show More Summary

Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz Prefers Country Music Because of 9/11

2016 Presidential hopeful Ted Cruz has revealed his music preferences: he’s a Country Music fan, thanks to 9/11, Slate is reporting. The Republican candidate appeared on CBS This Morning Tuesday to talk about his candidacy, and to give a few glimpses into his personal life. Show More Summary

CBS Promotes Idea to Put Liberals Such as Margaret Sanger on the $20

The journalists at CBS This Morning on Wednesday promoted as uncontroversial the idea that Andrew Jackson should be removed from the $20 and substituted with the likes of Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger or radical environmentalist Rachel Carson. Co-host Norah O'Donnell described this as "a mission to replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 with a female American hero."

Ted Cruz's America, and you better watch yourself

By Richard K. Barry I know this has received a lot of play, but I have to weigh in. In an interview Tuesday on “CBS This Morning,” Senator Ted Cruz said he “grew up listening to classic rock” but that his "music taste changed on 9/11."“I actually intellectually find this very curious, but on 9/11, I didn’t like how rock music responded,” he said. Show More Summary

CBS This Morning Saturday’ Picking Up Praise For Food, Music

CBS This Morning Saturday” was nominated for a James Beard Award for best TV segment. The weekly food segment, “The Dish” is up against Chicago’s ABC affiliate and Minneapolis’ CBS affiliate. “CTM Saturday” is the only national program...Show More Summary

Ted Cruz: I Gave Up Rock Music After 9/11

Asked about his musical tastes in an interview on CBS This Morning, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said that he grew up listening to classic rock but gave it up after the 9/11 attacks. "On 9/11, I didn't like how rock music responded," he said. Show More Summary

After 9/11, True Patriot Ted Cruz Sacrificed His Love of Rock Music for America and the Republican Party

In an interview with CBS This Morning, Ted Cruz divulged that he used to love classic rock, but switched over to country because of 9/11. “My music taste changed on 9/11,” the presidential candidate said. “I actually intellectually find this very curious, but on 9/11, I didn’t like how rock music... More »

Everything Changed on 9/11, Starting With Ted Cruz's Musical Taste

During a segment of CBS's This Morning show, Senator Ted Cruz attempted to explain how the attacks on September 11 moved him to shun the soulless genre of rock music and pick up country: You know, music is interesting. I grew up listening to classic rock and I’ll tell you sort of an odd story. Show More Summary

Ted Cruz Loves Good Old Country Music Because 9/11 And Also Pandering

Now this is some carefully targeted pandering! In an interview with CBS This Morning, Ted Cruz explained that the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, completely changed his taste in music, apparently because classic rock failed to meet his anger needs: Read more on Ted Cruz Loves Good Old Country Music Because 9/11 And Also Pandering…

Ted Cruz: 9/11 Made Me Start Listening To Country Music

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), who announced Monday he's running for president in 2016, said he started listening to country music because of 9/11. During an interview with CBS' "This Morning," Cruz revealed he didn't like the way rock bands reacted to the terrorist attack. "Music is interesting. Show More Summary

Exclusives That Aren’t: ‘Today’ Promotes Ted Cruz Interview

The “Today” show sent an interesting tweet this morning, cramming news about Angelina Jolie‘s ovaries and a false exclusive into 140 characters. Presidential candidate Ted Cruz has been on “Hannity,” “GMA” and “CBS This Morning” since...Show More Summary

Captive audience of uber-conservative students takes Ted Cruz' breath away

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) Sen. Ted Cruz and his ego are basking in the attention of being the first Republican to officially declare his presidential candidacy. Tuesday morning he was on CBS This Morning, NBC's Today Show, and ABC's Good Morning America, trying to sell himself as jovial and inspirational. Show More Summary

Meteorologist Nikki-Dee Ray Joins WTVR

Meteorologist Nikki-Dee Ray has joined the weather team at Richmond CBS affiliate WTVR. Ray will appear on three daytime newscasts: “CBS 6 This Morning,” “Virginia This Morning” and “CBS 6 News at Noon.” \"Nikki-Dee is an outstanding meteorologist and we’re excited that she’s part of the WTVR CBS 6 team,\" said WTVR news director Sheryl Barnhouse. Show More Summary

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