The Ray Rice scandal continues.
A day after NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell denied having seen video of Rice physically assaulting his fiancée before it was leaked, a law enforcement official tells the Associated Press that he sent the damning footage to...
The Ray Rice scandal that shook the world of sports and the public at large has not only damaged the reputation of the former Baltimore Ravens All-Pro running back, it has also raised questions of how the NFL handled the situation.Tomorrow, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will address the situation for the first time in an interview with Norah O'Donnell on CBS This Morning.
Norah O'Donnell, Charlie Rose and Gayle King
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Former CBS This Morning anchor Erica Hill is joining the weekend edition of NBC's Today, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Hill, who was the White House correspondent for This Morning, was replaced at CBS by Norah O'Donnell in July.
If Norah O'Donnell becomes the next big thing in morning television, history will point to a frosty January day in Iowa when she put a direct question to Republican presidential aspirant Newt Gingrich. "You said of Mitt Romney, 'Somebody who will lie to you to get to be president will lie to you when they are president,'" she said. "I have to ask you, are you calling Mitt Romney a liar?" Responded Gingrich: "Yes."
It was a viral video that had CBS News executives thinking O'Donnell could be more than their chief White House correspondent. "She's had a lot of moments like that," CBS News president David Rhodes says of his...
Norah O'Donnell will replace Erica Hill as one of the co-hosts of CBS This Morning, CBS announced Thursday.
O'Donnell, who currently serves as CBS News' Chief White House Correspondent, will join co-hosts Charlie Rose and Gayle King this fall.