CBS says it was misled by a “60 Minutes” source who claimed he was on the scene of a 2012 attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya, when it turns out now that he was not there.
CBS newsman Charlie Rose snared an exclusive interview with beleaguered Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus on Sunday.
Even as “Good Morning America” solidifies its status as the most popular morning program, ABC isn’t the only network where executives have been smiling lately.
If John Miller had scheduled an earlier flight, the CBS News coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing and its aftermath would have been much weaker.
David Letterman says he could just “walk away” from his CBS “Late Show” with no regrets.
News anchor Erica Hill is hopping to another network once again. The former CNN anchor, who was fired in July from her job on “CBS This Morning,” is jumping to NBC News to become the weekend co-host of “Today,” according to reports.
Norah O’Donnell understood the cultural differences that led Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad not to shake her hand before their “CBS This Morning” interview last week, and to request that she not cross her legs. But his references to her as “the lady” were almost too much.
Now it’s CBS’ turn to shake up its morning show: Erica Hill is being replaced by Norah O’Donnell. All the details …
The action this week was in mornings and late-night as Keith Olbermann did an interview with David Letterman and the network morning shows all went at it with guest-hosts, high-profile guests and unusual stunts.
David Letterman forgot CBS colleague Erica Hill’s name when he recited a monologue bit about his network’s morning show on Wednesday night’s “Late Show.”