The Brexit decision has affected markets around the world. CBS News senior business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the impact and the possibility of a global recession.
Gillian Tett, U.S. managing editor of The Financial Times, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the economic fallout from the so-called Brexit decision and whether it could lead to a domino effect in Europe.
Post-Brexit vote, Dennis Berman, financial editor of the Wall Street Journal, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how Britain's exit from the European Union might play out.
Appearing on CBS This Morning, DNC Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) said that the Democrats’ sit-in strategy was essentially to remain on the House floor until they get to vote on gun control legislation, despite the fact that Congress is in recess. Congressional Democrats, led by Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), decided on Wednesday morning […]
Today delivered a slight year-over-year gain in key categories, while CBS This Morning delivered a double digit improvement in the all-important W25-54 demographic.
Jeff Weiner joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the networking site's plans for the future
One day after Stephen Colbert pounded on the Senate for its inaction on gun control legislation, the CBS late-night host applauded House Democrats who, since early this morning, have been staging a sit-in demanding action on gun control...Show More Summary
While reporting on Taylor Swift’s open letter to Congress regarding a drastic reform of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, CBS This Morning focused the story primarily on how Swift, along with many other high-profile entertainersShow More Summary
One of the morning talk shows has made a number of key staff moves behind the cameras. Ryan Kadro, executive producer of “CBS This Morning,” announced the promotions of Diana Miller to senior broadcast producer and Eva Nordstrom to managing...
In mid-April, when CBS This Morning EP Chris Licht was named EP/showrunner for Stephen Colbert’s The Late Show, Ryan Kadro, who had been with the morning news show since its re-development in 2011, was promoted from co-EP of CTM to EP. Show More Summary
Donald Trump is attempting to use Hillary Clinton's fund-raising against her. In an interview that aired on "CBS This Morning" on Wednesday, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee parlayed a question about his campaign's incredibly...Show More Summary
"We’re fortunate to have this terrific team in place."
In an interview with CBS' Norah O'Donnell that aired on CBS This Morning Wednesday, Donald Trump acknowledged that his Democrat opponent Hillary Clinton may have raised more money, but denounced it all as "blood money."
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Rejoicing in Hillary Clinton becoming the “presumptive” Democratic presidential nominee, Gayle King, co-host of CBS This Morning, came up with a new name for a demographic group – to which she belongs – who are excited about Hillary Clinton.
In an exclusive interview with Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy on Thursday, the hosts of CBS This Morning mostly lobbed softballs and practically thanked the Democrat for launching his anti-gun filibuster. At the top of the show, co-host Charlie Rose hailed: “Senate Democrats end a nearly 15-hour filibuster overnight in a push for stricter gun laws. Show More Summary
This morning, CBS News breathlessly reported that one of its producers was able to walk into a Virginia gun shop and legally purchase an AR-15. Woodward and Bernstein-style investigative journalism this was not. CBS thinks it amazing...Show More Summary
GMA remains the most-watched morning show, Today stays No. 1 in the A25-54 demo, and CBS This Morning continues to inch closer to its rivals.
On Tuesday, both NBC’s Today and CBS This Morning actually promoted an offensive temper tantrum thrown by congressional Democrats in the House of Representatives on Monday during what was supposed to be a moment of silence in memory of the victims of the Orlando terrorist attack.
CBS and NBC aggressively promoted gun control, Monday. After lecturing Donald Trump to “consider” more restrictions in the wake of the Orlando terror attack, these networks pushed Florida’s governor to do the same. CBS This Morning co-host Gayle King lectured Rick Scott, “The horror of this. Show More Summary