With back-to-back Sundays devoted to the Super Bowl and the Grammys, CBS has enjoyed a spectacular February so far. This Sunday, the only week in February with no major TV event — next Sunday belongs to ABC and the Oscars — the network's ratings will no doubt come back down to earth. But two of CBS' Emmy-winning crown jewels take center stage, and in one case shouldn't be missed.
Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton
President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appeared on 60 Minutes Sunday night to discuss Clinton's impending departure from the administration and the unlikely partnership the two forged after a contentious primary campaign in 2008.
Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama
President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will do their first joint interview for 60 Minutes. Steve Kroft will talk to Obama and Clinton at the White House Friday for the hour-long segment to be broadcast on ...
CBS News legend Mike Wallace was so competitive he even poached an interview from his son.
At Tuesday's memorial service for his father, Fox News anchor Chris Wallace recounted how in 1996, he booked comedian Chris Rock for a coveted sit-down on ABC's 20/20. At the last moment, Rock...
Rachel Griffiths, Gilles Marini
Brothers & Sisters displayed a strong finishing kick as its finale drew 7.18 million and a 2.0 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds — a 25 percent jump from last week, which just may help the show bounce right off the bubble.
Barack Obama and Steve Kroft
It's still uncertain what the Pakistani government knew about Osama bin Laden's whereabouts, but one thing's for sure: the terrorist leader enjoyed "some sort of support network" in the country, President Barack Obama said on 60 Minutes Sunday.
"We don't know whether there might have been some people inside of government, people outside of government, and that's something that we...
President Barack Obama will sit down with 60 Minutes' Steve Kroft on Sunday for his first and only interview since the death of Osama bin Laden, according to CBS News.
The interview, which will be filmed Wednesday at the White House, will air Sunday, May 8 at 7/6c. This will be...
Conan O'Brien says he "got very depressed at times" as a result of his exit from NBC, but has no regrets about his decision and now is "doing great."
"It was like a marriage breaking up suddenly, violently, quickly. And I was just trying to figure out what happened," the former Tonight Show host said during an interview with Steve Kroft Sunday night on CBS' 60 Minutes.
VIDEO: Conan O'Brien on his NBC exit
But putting his comedy tour together helped him get through the rough patch. "I started to feel better almost immediately," he said in his first interview since the late-night debacle. "There is almost no better ...
Conan O'Brien will give his first post-Tonight Show interview on Sunday to 60 Minutes, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
As part of his $45 million exit deal with NBC, O'Brien was banned from giving any broadcast or print interviews until...
Barack Obama on 60 Minutes
Steve Kroft boiled a 90-minute sit-down with Barack Obama into a 60 Minutes profile of the sitting President of the United States. Among the topics covered were the economy (well, yeah), the bonus tax, healthcare, automakers' bailouts, Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Kroft at one point asked Obama to address a jab thrown last week by former vice president Dick Cheney, who had said that ...