CBS says Bianna Golodryga leaving morning show, network
NEW YORK (AP) — CBS News says that Bianna Golodryga, one of the four hosts on "CBS This Morning," is leaving the show and the network.
CBS on Wednesday confirmed a Huffington Post report...
Election role of morning anchors shows change in television
NEW YORK (AP) — John Dickerson's election survival strategy involves a shower, some fresh air and maybe — if he's lucky — a short nap.
The "CBS This Morning" host, along with his three co-hosts, will play a central role in the network's election night coverage on Tuesday. The broadcast will likely creep into the wee hours, yet each will be expected in the studio for the start of the 7 a.m. morning show.
CBS adds Bianna Golodryga to morning news team
NEW YORK (AP) — CBS News is adding Bianna Golodryga (go-low-DREEG-ah) as a fourth anchor to its morning show.
The network announced Wednesday that Golodryga will join the team of Gayle King, Norah O'Donnell and John Dickerson at the table on "CBS This Morning." Golodryga is familiar to the show's audience as a frequent substitute host and reporter. She's worked at CBS News since 2017.
STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi State University has announced it will start accepting applications from a platform that over 1 million college applicants use each year to apply to more than 800 universities worldwide.
CBS names Margaret Brennan as ‘Face the Nation’ anchor
NEW YORK (AP) — In appointing Margaret Brennan as moderator of "Face the Nation" on Thursday, CBS News gets the first person with day-to-day experience covering the Trump administration as host of a Sunday morning political talk show.
Brennan, 37, replaces John Dickerson and will start on Sunday. Dickerson recently moved to New York to become one of the three anchors of "CBS This Morning."
CBS News names Margaret Brennan as new moderator on ‘Face the Nation’
CBS News names Margaret Brennan as new moderator on 'Face the Nation'
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- CBS News has named Margaret Brennan as the new moderator for its long-running Sunday political affairs program "Face the Nation."
Brennan replaces John Dickerson, who left in January to join "CBS This Morning" after three years as moderator. In addition to her new role, Brennan will continue to serve as the network's White House and senior foreign affairs correspondent.
CBS appoints John Dickerson as Rose’s replacement
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — CBS "Face the Nation" host John Dickerson is leaving Washington to take over as the third host of the "CBS This Morning," pairing with Gayle King and Norah O'Donnell as the replacement for the fired Charlie Rose.
It's a return to the general news roots for Dickerson, a former Time magazine correspondent, but opens a new job on CBS' Sunday lineup. Dickerson starts at "CBS This Morning" on Wednesday.
Face the Nation’s John Dickerson to replace Charlie Rose on ‘CBS This Morning’
Face the Nation's John Dickerson to replace Charlie Rose on 'CBS This Morning'
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- "CBS This Morning" is filling the anchor chair vacated by Charlie Rose with a familiar face to CBS viewers.
"Face the Nation" host John Dickerson will join current co-hosts Gayle King and Norah O'Donnell on CBS' weekday morning show, the network confirmed Tuesday.
PERRY: Sen. Gardner got busted representing his party and donors, not Coloradans when it comes to health care reform
On Sunday, Colorado GOP Sen. Cory Gardner added insult to injury by working hard to deceive and inflict serious harm on Colorado for the sake of his political party.
Colbert has good week in ratings despite controversy
NEW YORK (AP) — A storm over a crude remark Stephen Colbert made about President Donald Trump didn't hurt the late-night host in the ratings — to the contrary.
Colbert's CBS "Late Show" had its widest margin of victory over NBC's "Tonight" show since Colbert's debut week in September 2015, the Nielsen company said. The CBS show averaged 3.06 million viewers last week, which was up 12 percent from the previous week, Nielsen said.
No hard feelings for CBS after Dickerson’s Trump interview
NEW YORK (AP) — CBS broadcast its morning show live from the White House Monday with no evident hard feelings following the abrupt ending of John Dickerson's previously-recorded interview with Donald Trump.
Likely speaking for millions of Americans, Mitt Romney said recently that he won’t vote for either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.
“It’s a matter of personal conscience,” Romney told CBS News’ John Dickerson. “I can’t vote for either of those two people.”