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Chanel Miller, known only as Emily Doe for years, read her emotional impact statement in a teaser for her first public interview on “60 Minutes.”
The acting DHS chief said he regretted that the policy led to a loss in faith, but didn't mention the thousands of children separated from their parents.
Without going into detail, Trump accused the former acting FBI director of “planning a very illegal act” with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
The former acting FBI Director also said the Justice Department discussed removing Trump from office via the 25th Amendment.
On Monday the president insisted he didn't care that she called him a racist.
The 'View' host suggested the rookie representative should give her Democratic predecessors more credit.
CBS revealed that after the interview was filmed, the Egyptian ambassador contacted its "60 Minutes" team and warned that it could not be aired.
The legendary musician also admitted to “60 Minutes” that Lennon only complimented one of his songs.
The legendary musician also admitted to “60 Minutes” that Lennon only complimented one of his songs.
In the 1990s, a woman reportedly accused Don Hewitt, who died in 2009, of multiple assaults. Her case came to light amid the investigation of Les Moonves.
The former "Baywatch" star shared her controversial views in a recent interview with Australia's "60 Minutes."
Even though the president communicates "mostly in gibberish."
The "Late Show" host had a bit of fun with the president's "60 Minutes" interview.
The “Fox & Friends” co-host bashed CBS’ Lesley Stahl for asking Trump about climate science.
President Trump says that although he believes in climate change, it’s not man made and is too pricey to fix.
The odd painting shows Trump chilling with Lincoln, Nixon, Reagan and other GOP presidents.
Trump openly questioned Brett Kavanaugh's accuser and mocked the #MeToo movement during a rally in Mississippi earlier this month.
The president, in a "60 Minutes" interview, downplayed the unprecedented turnover rate within his administration.
Trump, who often calls media the "enemy of the people, told "60 Minutes" host Lesley Stahl that if Saudi Arabia is involved "there will be severe punishment."