Huma Abedin opens up to "CBS Sunday Morning" about being "the invisible person"
Preview: Hillary Clinton's key aide for 25 years, Abedin talks with Norah O'Donnell about her marriage to Rep. Anthony Weiner during his sexting scandals, and whether his behavior contributed to Clinton's election loss.cbsnews.com
Media outlets recall country's unity after Sept. 11 attacks
Media outlets that often spend hours each day exploring the country's differences paused to mark the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks by recalling almost wistfully the sense of common purpose that united Americans in the aftermath.
EU drug regulator evaluating Pfizer vaccine for youngsters
The European Union's drug regulator said Monday it has begun evaluating a request by Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech to extend approval of their coronavirus vaccine to include children ranging in age from 12 to 15. The European Medicines Agency's human medicines committee will carry out an accelerated assessment of data submitted by Pfizer and BioNTech and is expected to reach a decision in June, unless it requires extra information, the agency said.news.yahoo.com
Secretary of State Antony Blinken says he'll visit Ukraine next week
Secretary of State Antony Blinken says Russian President Vladimir Putin has pulled back in the last few days some of the more than 100,000 troops he's amassed at the Ukrainian border, with Blinken visiting Ukraine next week. See the interview, Sunday on 60 Minutes.cbsnews.com
George W. Bush on painting a new vision of immigrants
The former president's latest passion is celebrating the contributions of America's immigrants on canvas (as seen in the new book "Out of Many, One: Portraits of America's Immigrants") with the hope, he tells "CBS Evening News" anchor Norah O'Donnell, that a more respectful attitude to those who come to our country will help lead to reform of the immigration system. Mr. Bush also talks about partisanship and adding his voice to current political debates.cbsnews.com
"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 4/18
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Tracy Smith looks at how the travel industry is set to take off once again. Plus: Norah O'Donnell interviews former President George W. Bush about his portrait paintings of immigrants; Anthony Mason talks with country music duo Brothers Osborne; Holly Williams discusses the Oscar-nominated film "Promising Young Woman" with its star, Carey Mulligan; Rita Braver finds out what travel photographer Ami Vitale and lifestyle photographer Gray Malin have been shooting while sticking close to home during the pandemic; Conor Knighton chats with TV travel host Rick Steves; David Pogue conducts an interview with astronauts aboard the International Space Station; Kelefa Sanneh meets the founder of the first music school on Easter Island; and Seth Doane visits a seventh-generation family of lemon farmers on Italy's Amalfi Coast.cbsnews.com
Dr. Fauci on combating COVID one year into pandemic
Dr. Fauci on combating COVID one year into pandemic Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Biden's chief medical adviser, says the U.S. still has a ways to go before it comes out on the other side of the pandemic, but he expressed optimism about the future in an interview with Norah O'Donnell.cbsnews.com
CBS News exclusive: Former Cuomo aide on governor's alleged sexual harassment
CBS News exclusive: Former Cuomo aide on governor's alleged sexual harassment Charlotte Bennett, a former aide to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, tells Norah O'Donnell that she told the governor's chief of staff and attorney about the alleged sexual harassment.cbsnews.com
Charlotte Bennett details alleged sexual harassment while working for Cuomo: "He is a textbook abuser"
A lifelong New Yorker, Charlotte Bennett began working as an entry-level assistant to Governor Andrew Cuomo in January 2019. "Looking back on all of this, how would you describe Governor Cuomo?" Bennett said she thinks Cuomo was grooming her and says he crossed a line on June 5. And I'm deeply uncomfortable and I have to get out of this room as soon as possible," Bennett said. She said at one point on that Saturday she was the only employee working with the governor in his private office.cbsnews.com
Eye Opener: Cuomo accuser speaks out about alleged sexual harassment
Eye Opener: Cuomo accuser speaks out about alleged sexual harassment One of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's accusers spoke exclusively to CBS Evening News anchor and managing editor Norah O'Donnell. Also, Capitol Police want to keep National Guard soldiers for another two months after law enforcement warned of more potential violence. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds.cbsnews.com
Norah O'Donnell: 'Journalism is more important than ever'
FILE - Norah O'Donnell attends Variety's third annual "Salute to Service" celebration on Nov. 6, 2019, in New York. From the ongoing COVID global pandemic and George Floyd protests around the world to the contested 2020 presidential and last week's storming of the U.S. capitol by armed insurgents, O'Donnell concluded that "journalism is more important than ever." And we certainly saw since the beginning of the global pandemic, people were hungry for news about what is COVID-19, how is the coronavirus spread? ... We went to Houston for his funeral in Houston because this was a seminal moment in American history not to be eclipsed by a global pandemic, that this movement for racial justice in America should not be eclipsed even by a global pandemic. AP: What are your thoughts on the connection some are drawing to the Capitol insurgency and the Floyd protests?
Media captures unprecedented storming of U.S. Capitol
People shelter in the House gallery as protesters try to break into the House Chamber at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, in Washington. “Security here at the U.S. Capitol has failed.”Given Trump's speech and two months of baseless charges that the election was rigged, several journalists raised questions about why law enforcement seemed so unprepared. Even as the building was being stormed, Trump supporters in the media were calling into question who was responsible. Fox anchor Martha MacCallum, before the scope of the violence inside the Capitol was known, called the breach a “huge victory” for protestors. The nation's deep divisions played out in the media before and after protestors moved on the Capitol.
NBC's Holt adds empathetic commentaries to news anchor role
NBC's Lester Holt appears on the set in New York on Tuesday Aug. 7, 2018. The NBC Nightly News anchor occasionally ends his broadcasts now with commentaries, an unusual departure for network evening newscasts that have a lengthy track record of playing it straight. Holt's commentaries trend toward the non-controversial, with a central theme of trying to find common ground that will pull Americans together. (Christopher Dilts/NBC Universal via AP)NEW YORK – During this brutal news year, Lester Holt has concluded that telling stories isn't enough. Holt, 61, has been nightly news anchor since 2015.
Networks cut away from Trump's White House address
NEW YORK – ABC, CBS and NBC all cut away from President Donald Trump on Thursday as he spoke from the White House to make an unfounded accusation that the presidential election was being stolen from him. Trump was more subdued Thursday, yet offered a litany of complaints about “suppression” polls, mail-in voting and fraud that he never specified. Cordes said there is no indication of a substantive number of illegal votes cast, and said Trump's reference to votes arriving late was “another falsehood.”MSNBC cut away from Trump to anchor Brian Williams. “There are no illegal votes that we know of, there has been no Trump victory that we know of.”After ABC ended its coverage, the network’s White House correspondent, Jonathan Karl, also said there was no evidence of illegal votes. But especially in this election.”While CNN kept Trump on the air, a chyron displayed under him said, “Without any evidence, Trump says he's being cheated.”Anchor Jake Tapper looked weary when it was over.
CBS News rebuilds MTV's old 'TRL' studio for election night
FILE - The ViacomCBS headquarters is shown in New York's Times Square on Aug. 5, 2020. CBS News is rebuilding MTV's old "Total Request Live" studio as its headquarters for election night. The network is installing giant touchscreens and "augmented reality" displays for the big political night and says the studio provides extra roominess to put on a television show in the COVID-19 era. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)
CBS News rebuilds MTV's old 'TRL' studio for election night
CBS News is rebuilding MTV's old "Total Request Live" studio as its headquarters for election night. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)NEW YORK – Watch out for Britney Spears and the Jonas Bros.: CBS News is building a new high-tech election night set in the Times Square studio where MTV's “Total Request Live” ruled the music world two decades ago. Norah O'Donnell will anchor her first presidential election night, joined on the set by Gayle King, Margaret Brennan, John Dickerson and Ed O'Keefe. Shades will be drawn on the windows for the serious business of election night. On television, CBS will have Major Garrett reporting on voter integrity, Jeff Pegues on misinformation and Nancy Cordes on congressional races.
Debate commission says it will make changes to format
(Olivier Douliery/Pool vi AP)NEW YORK – The presidential debate commission says it will soon adopt changes to its format to avoid a repeat of the disjointed first meeting between President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden. The next presidential debate is a town hall format scheduled for Oct. 15 in Miami. That was the most-watched presidential debate ever. He called on the debate commission to act. Wallace is the only presidential debate moderator this cycle with prior experience, after receiving praise for handling the final Clinton-Trump debate in 2016.
Virus tests Lesley Stahl and CBS' '60 Minutes' on, off air
This image released by CBS News shows "60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl. At the same time, “60 Minutes” has dove into a breaking news story in ways that it seldom has before. She wasn't alone with coronavirus at “60 Minutes.” Owens declined to say how many others had it, but said everyone was well now. “60 Minutes” is no stranger to news, and became more topical when Jeff Fager replaced original producer Don Hewitt. Traditionally, “60 Minutes” essentially shuts down at the end of May for vacations and to prepare for next season's stories.