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Discerning actual threats to officers from social media rants

9 hours agoTechnology : Tech Talk

The shooting deaths of two NYPD cops has made police around the country more aware of the power of social media. Shawn Henry, former executive assistant director of the FBI, joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" from Washington to discuss how social media is used in investigations.

Businesses hope Christmas retail figures make up for rough early-season start

Estimates for holiday sales show an increase of 4 to 5.5 percent over 2013. But so far, it's too early to see if the retail figures are worth celebrating this year. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning" to go over the numbers.

As more networks live stream, is it time to cut the cord?

Just this week NBC joined CBS, ABC and HBO in offering live streaming of its programming to computers, smartphones and other mobile devices. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss this change.

CBS This Morning’ Surprises Gayle King With Early Birthday Celebration

CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King will turn 60 on December 28, but she was surprised with an early celebration this morning. Charlie Rose and Norah O’Donnell sang “Happy Birthday” as the staff presented her with a cake. Check out the video below. New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.

Powell On ‘CBS This Morning’: Nothing Wrong With Opening Diplomatic Relations With Cuba

Former Secretary of State Colin Powell joined “CBS This Morning” from Washington to discuss the recent shift in U.S. policy toward Cuba. Although the retired army general, like former President George W. Bush, supported the economicShow More Summary

'CBS This Morning' is Yet Again The Only Network Morning News Broadcast to Post Gains in Total Viewers From Last Year

The broadcast gained +99,000 viewers compared to last year, and closed the viewership gap with NBC by +400,000 viewers.

Last of ‘Murrow’s Boys,’ Richard Hottelet, Dies

Richard C. Hottelet, the last living member of Edward R. Murrow‘s team known as “Murrow’s Boys,” has died. Hottelet, who spent 40 years at CBS News radio and TV, died this morning at home in Wilton, Ct. He was 97. In 1957, after years of war and post-war reporting, Hottelet anchored a 15-minute daily newscast for CBS called “Richard C. Show More Summary

CBS News’ Margaret Brennan Covers Iraqi Air Force Training In Arizona

With the Iraqi Air Force currently training with US forces in Arizona, CBS News correspondent, Margaret Brennan, travelled to Tucson in a report that aired today on ”CBS This Morning.” The DC-based foreign policy reporter sat down with...Show More Summary

Watch Michael Stipe Reminisce About R.E.M. On CBS This Morning

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Michael Stipe has kept busy since R.E.M. broke up three years ago, but he took some time to reflect on his former band’s three-decade-long career in a new interview on CBS This Morning. The interview is interspersed with a quick rundown of the band’s history, intercut with footage from the new REMTV boxset that was [...]

Year-End Stubhub Data Shows Jam Band Concerts Are Sausage Fests

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

A report on CBS This Morning today revealed some interesting 2014 concert attendance trends based on data from online ticket marketplace Stubhub. One Direction comes out on top for most tickets sold on Stubhub this year. Live Nation’s president of global talent David Zedeck recently told Billboard that this bodes well for new artists’ potential [...]

Beverly Johnson: 'This Is Bigger Than Bill Cosby'

In interviews that aired on CBS's This Morning and The Today Show Friday, Beverly Johnson spoke about her Vanity Fair essay published yesterday, where she wrote that in the 1980s Bill Cosby drugged her in a probable attempt to sexually assault her. Read more...

Morning Show Ratings: Week of December 1

ABC’s “Good Morning America” was the No. 1 morning show in both Total Viewers and the A25-54 demo last week, but only No. 3 “CBS This Morning” showed growth. Compared to the same week last year, “CTM” was up +5% in viewers, while “GMA” was down -5%. Show More Summary

CBS Corporation Achieves Golden Globe Nominations Triple Crown for Third Consecutive Year

CBS Corporation this morning garnered 16 Golden Globe Award nominations across five divisions – SHOWTIME, CBS Television Studios, CBS Television Network, The CW and CBS Films

'CBS This Morning' Is The Only Network Morning Broadcast to Post Viewership Gains Compared to Last Year

For the week ending Dec. 5, 2014, CBS THIS MORNING was the only network morning broadcast to post gains in total viewers

Crude oil price drop leads to worst day for stocks in months

The stock market has lost three days in a row as oil prices continue to fall. The average price of crude is now at a five-year low. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the impact.

David Letterman Ends ‘Late Show’ Run May 20

David Letterman will bow out as host of CBS' Late Show on Wednesday, May 20, his Worldwide Pants production house said this morning. News comes the morning after his replacement, Stephen Colbert, hosted CBS' Late Late Show replacement,...Show More Summary

How McDonald's plans to recover from its slump

The fast food giant lost more than 4.5 percent of its U.S. business last month, the steepest drop in 14 years. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins "CBS This Morning" from Chicago to discuss how the company is fighting a slide in sales.

U.S. could have done more to end Qatar nightmare, Matt Huang says

2 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Matt Huang, in an interview with “CBS This Morning” that aired on Monday, said that he was sexually assaulted in a Qatar prison during the nearly two-year battle he and his wife had to clear their names in the death of their daughte...

London Fletcher: Defensive Coordinator Jim Haslett Is "Clueless"

2 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

This morning, former Washington linebacker and current CBS analyst London Fletcher openly wondered why defensive coordinator Jim Haslett's still employed. Fletcher played under Haslett for four seasons, and claimed that when he played, Haslett managed the defense so poorly, the linebacker would change the plays called on the field. Read more...

Pack Rats: America's booming self-storage industry

From 1998 to 2012 the number of self-storage units in the U.S. doubled. It is now a $24 billion industry. Scott Gamm, a correspondent for TheStreet.com, joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" to discuss the booming industry.

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