Fox News media analyst Howard Kurtz said Thursday a CBS News report on White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders planning her departure was "weirdly speculative."
Charlie Rose has been fired from CBS News and PBS in light of the sexual harassment complaints against him from eight women.
The female anchors of "CBS This Morning" spoke out forcefully on the allegations of sexual misconduct by their co-host, famed broadcaster Charlie Rose.
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-New York) allegedly yelled at a wealthy supporter of President Donald Trump at an exclusive Manhattan restaurant, the New York Post reported.
"60 Minutes" took on the issue of fake news on Sunday night, with anchor Scott Pelley pressing a few of the purveyors of fraudulent or unvetted news stories.
Former CBS News investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson drops a bombshell in her new book, "Stonewalled: My Fight for Truth Against the Forces of Obstruction and Intimidation in Obama’s Washington," claiming that both her work and personal computers were repeatedly hacked and her files accessed by someone in the government.
Howard Kurtz talked to Jenna Lee on Happening Now to discuss his upcoming interview with former CBS News investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson.
Sharyl Attkisson resigned from CBS last month as an investigative reporter. She reportedly had grown tired of the network’s lack of dedication to investigative stories she was pursuing.
CBS has named Stephen Colbert as the new host of the “The Late Show,” replacing David Letterman. The 66-year-old late night icon announced recently that he would be retiring sometime in 2015 after 21 years as host of the "Late Show."
CBS News investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson resigned from the network on Monday afternoon.
President Bashar Assad of Syria issued a threat of repercussions for any American strike on Syria during during an interview that aired Monday morning on CBS.
Bob Schieffer raised some eyebrows on "Face the Nation" Sunday morning by delivering a scathing indictment of the United States government, questioning whether the U.S. really leads by example anymore. Bill Hemmer discussed with Kirsten Powers and Tony Sayegh whether Schieffer has a point, and asked what his sentiments say about the job President Obama has done.