EXPLAINER: Why impeachment evidence tested TV's standards
(Senate Television via AP)NEW YORK – All the words abounded — the ones that you're not supposed to hear on broadcast television or, for that matter, in a lot of other places. Many of the networks bleeped out the offending language when repeating videos later, but not when they were broadcast live. WHAT'S THE LIKELIHOOD THAT BROADCAST NETWORKS WILL BE PENALIZED? Networks could argue the same thing with the impeachment trial; it strengthens that point when they “bleeped” out the bad language for later reruns. Given the explicitness of the language used this week, during daytime hours, Levinson said he believes it's a watershed moment in broadcast standards.
This comic was $2 short of getting Trump's $300 weekly unemployment benefit. Now, he’s on the edge of financial ruin
In the absence of that subsidy, the Trump administration created a federal Lost Wages Assistance program to help. Lost Wages AssistanceHarpie is one of thousands ineligible for the Lost Wages Assistance program. He was collecting $99 a week in unemployment benefits, records show — $1 short of the threshold to receive the benefit. More than 25 million Americans are collecting benefits and nearly 886,000 people filed applications for benefits last week, according to Labor Department data. Dire situationThe situation is especially dire for individuals who were ineligible for Lost Wages Assistance, von Wachter said.cnbc.com
George Carlin's daughter writes memoir on family's turmoil and love
The late, great George Carlin often shared his thoughts on over-protective parenting on stage. So what kind of a father was he? A new book by his daughter, Kelly, sheds light on that very question. Kelly Carlin joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss her new book, "A Carlin Home Companion: Growing Up with George."cbsnews.com