Ivanka Trump: "I'll weigh in with my father on the issues I feel strongly about"In an interview you’ll see only on “CBS This Morning,” the president’s daughter told Gayle King her unprecedented position -- assistant to the president -- has opened the door for her to have a major impact.
Keith Urban Leads Academy Of Country Music NominationsKeith Urban leads nominations for the Academy of Country Music Awards with seven nods for his record "Ripcord." The nominations were announced on "CBS This Morning."
Cruz Defends Call To Police U.S. Muslim NeighborhoodsDuring CBS This Morning today Texas Senator Ted Cruz defended his proposal to have more resources for U.S. police to "patrol and secure Muslim neighborhoods before they become radicalized."
Lily Aldridge Talks "Victoria's Secret Swim Special"Aldridge joined “CBS This Morning” on Tuesday to preview the upcoming show.
Stephen Colbert Talks Post-Super Bowl 'Late Show' With 'CBS This Morning'Stephen Colbert and his team are gearing up for a special live edition of "The Late Show" this Sunday.
Tim Daly On 'Madam Secretary,' Career And FamilyTim Daly stars as Henry McCord, a professor and husband of the secretary of state, played by Téa Leoni, in "Madam Secretary."
Sam Smith, Big Sean Added To A Very GRAMMY ChristmasThe GRAMMYs and CBS are throwing quite a Christmas bash—and now Sam Smith and Big Sean will join the party.
Campaign 2016: Texas Gov. Perry Says He Needs More PrepTexas Gov. Rick Perry says he hasn't made a decision on whether or not to run for president again in 2016. But the governor made one thing clear -- he needs more preparation.
Charlie Rose Adds 4th TV Show To WorkloadThe 71-year-old talk show host will oversee "Charlie Rose: The Week," a weekly program looking back at events in politics, business, sports, culture and the arts.
Perry Talks Higher Ed, Romney On CBS This MorningGov. Rick Perry appeared on CBS This Morning on Wednesday to talk about his higher education proposals — in particular, his calls for universities to create $10,000 bachelor's degrees and lock students' tuition in at a flat rate for four years.