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CBS finally aired President Donald Trump’s interview that showed him walking out after he got mad at the questions.
At a Pennsylvania rally, President Donald Trump complained about his upcoming appearance on “60 Minutes” after he walked out on an interview earlier in the day.
Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert were buzzing after the debate between Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic nominee Sen. Kamala Harris.
Pre-existing series like "One Day at a Time" and "L.A.'s Finest" are getting a prime-time chance as broadcast networks attempt to fill their schedules.
The House Speaker told "CBS This Morning": Trump "doesn't tell the truth," and "he isn't committed to our Constitution."
Late night hosts including Seth Meyers and James Corden laid into President Donald Trump after taped interviews with journalist Bob Woodward show he knowingly misled Americans on the severity of the coronavirus.
Late night hosts including Seth Meyers and James Corden laid into President Donald Trump after taped interviews with journalist Bob Woodward show he knowingly misled Americans on the severity of the coronavirus.
"We will miss her humor, kindness and good nature," CBS said.
Redstone's media empire included CBS and Viacom.
Cast and crew spoke out against Peter Lenkov, who was recently fired by CBS for creating a toxic work environment.