“I am going to be ok!” she wrote later on Facebook.
Captions during Bad Bunny's Grammy performance read "[SINGING IN NON-ENGLISH]" and "[SPEAKING NON-ENGLISH]" at the award show.
Norville, the longest-serving anchor in news, reflected on career highlights as "Inside Edition" marks its 35th season on the air.
The stage, screen and TV actor said "fear and anxiety" stopped her from pursuing litigation.
In a teaser for her upcoming CBS interview, the Grammy winner discussed how far she's come since her pre-fame days.
The media mogul is stepping down from his role as chairman and CEO of CBS after a fresh range of sexual assault and harassment allegations were revealed in The New Yorker.
The broadcast giant is required to pay $22 million to shareholders and another $6 million for sexual harassment and assault programs.
Days before Speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband was beaten, Rep. Tom Emmer (R-Minn.) tweeted an anti-Pelosi slogan with video of himself shooting a gun.
Plante reported for CBS News for more than half a century and was one of the White House press corps' longest-serving correspondents.
New shows like “The Rookie: Feds” have put racial inequities in policing more directly into the story. But they still fall short.