Jimmy Kimmel’s first live post-debate broadcast edged out Stephen Colbert’s in demo rating, while Colbert’s show led the pack in household rating, according to early stats issued this morning. In Nielsen’s 56 metered markets, CBS’s Late...Show More Summary
Good morning! Here's the tech news you need to know this Thursday. 1. Nintendo will unveil its next video game console today. The Nintendo NX is expected to launch by March 2017. 2. Google has signed up CBS for a web TV service and is in talks with others, Reuters reports. Show More Summary
Ohio Governor John Kasich has swatted down claims from his party’s nominee that the election will be “rigged,” telling CBS This Morning: “Look, to say that elections are rigged and all these votes are stolen, that’s like saying we never landed on the moon, frankly. Show More Summary
Columbus Dispatch: “To say that the elections are rigged and all these votes are stolen — that’s like saying we never landed on the moon,” Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a Republican, said on CBS “This Morning.” He added that such … Continue reading ?
Donald Trump isn’t giving up on his claim that this election is being “rigged” against him — and Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich isn’t letting him get away with it. Appearing on CBS This Morning, Kasich dismissed the notion that Trump would lose Ohio due to...
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No moment from the final months of Barack Obama's presidency is too minor to note. On CBS This Morning, Tuesday, Chip Reid gushed over the “last state dinner of the Obama era.” Reid recounted from the White House: “The first course will include a sweet potato pasta dish. Show More Summary
Despite a third place finish, CBS This Morning delivered a 20 percent gain in the news demo from the comparable week last year.
The Big Three's morning newscasts on Monday all offered coverage of the latest Wikileaks release of John Podesta e-mails, but only CBS This Morning pointed out the New York Times's Sunday report on how "Hillary Clinton's inner circle built a web of private and public interest in Haiti and Africa when she was secretary of state. Show More Summary
CBS' John Dickerson confronted Tim Kaine this morning over Hillary Clinton's truthfulness and an inherent double standard in how the Donald Trump accusers are being perceived versus Bill Clinton's.
Hours after Mike Pence told CBS This Morning that evidence would emerge to cast doubt on allegations of sexual assault against his running mate, that evidence is here. And it is... not convincing. According to the New York Post, theShow More Summary
Vice presidential nominee Mike Pence said that he ‘does not understand’ Michelle Obama’s recent criticism of Donald Trump’s comments about women. On CBS This Morning Friday, Pence was asked to respond to the first lady’s assertion that the 2005 video leaked of Trump speaking extremely crudely about women “wasn’t just locker-room banter. This was a…
The Bills defense has done well in the red zone. Dolphins CB Byron Maxwell says his confidence hasn’t gone away. DT Woodrow Hamilton made some plays for the Patriots last week. The Jets hope to get CB Darrelle Revis back this weekend. The Ravens special teams are looking for redemption this week. All appears to…
With no liberal label applied to her, CBS This Morning co-hosts brought on former MSNBC anchor Alex Wagner to attack Republican concerns over voter fraud. Co-host Norah O’Donnell derided GOP worries, saying, “Republicans, for the last six years, have made it harder to vote in person. We now have 34 states that require voters to show some form of identification at the polls.”
CBS This Morning’s co-hosts on Monday hailed Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as a “great legal mind” and offered no ideological label for the very liberal judge. In contrast, while talking about her colleague Antonin Scalia,...Show More Summary
On Monday, CBS This Morning hounded Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway over the second presidential debate. Norah O'Donnell wondered "what was the point" of spotlighting several of Bill Clinton's sexual abuse accusers just before the debate. Show More Summary
On Monday, the hosts on NBC’s Today and CBS This Morning demanded Donald Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway explain herself for daring to invite Bill Clinton’s sexual assault accusers to Sunday night’s debate. By contrast, Hillary Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook got nothing but softballs tossed his way on the same morning shows.
The Donald Trump campaign laid down the gauntlet following Sunday night's debate. “I certainly hope Speaker Ryan keeps his word and his endorsement of Donald Trump,” Kellyanne Conway said on “CBS This Morning” -- an aspiration she delivered...Show More Summary
Patty Crawford, Baylor’s former Title IX coordinator, and her attorney, Rogge Dunn, sat down with CBS This Morning Wednesday to discuss her two-year stint at Baylor and the reason for her recent resignation. Read more...
A famed cartoonist joins the CBS morning show capturing behind the scenes moments.