A makeup artist who worked for Charlie Rose for 22 years has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit, accusing the former CBS and PBS host of years of unlawful behavior toward female employees. Gina Riggi alleges that Rose was verbally abusive with her and would often make derogatory comments about her weight. She also alleges that […]
The fired "CBS This Morning" and "60 Minutes" personality had been accused of "ongoing and unlawful physical and verbal sexual harassment."
Charlie Rose wants to dismiss a lawsuit brought against him for “blatant and repeated” sexual harassment during his tenure at CBS. Per Deadline, Rose filed a motion to dismiss in New York state Supreme Court on Thursday. This is his first public action against the suit, which was filed in May by former CBS employees Katherine Brooks Harris, Sydney McNeal, and Yuqing “Chelsea” Wei.
An additional 27 women have come forward to accuse Charlie Rose of sexual misconduct, the Washington Post reported in a long-awaited piece Thursday morning. Fourteen women who worked with Rose at CBS accused him of misconduct, while an additional 13 said they were harassed at other companies. The lengthy report includes several new graphic on-the-record accounts from women, including Joana Matthias, who said Rose exposed his penis and groped her in 1976 when they worked together in the NBC News Washington bureau.
Former CBS anchor Charlie Rose, whose show was canceled following sexual harassment accusations, is slated to host a new TV program where he’ll interview other high-profile men who have been toppled by the #MeToo movement. Tina Brown, a journalist and women’s advocate, said she was recently approached to produce a #MeToo redemption show starring men hit with sexual harassment scandals. TV host Charlie Rose arrives for the Time 100 Gala in the Manhattan borough of New York, New York, U.S. April 25, 2017.
Former broadcasting icon Charlie Rose made a return to Twitter over the weekend, putting out a single cryptic tweet containing just one letter.
Connie Chung and husband Maury Povich appeared on 'Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen' on Thursday night.
On "Full Frontal," Samantha Bee took a look at Hillary Clinton's campaign encounters with journalists now accused of sexually predatory behavior.
PBS has joined CBS News in ending its relationship with Charlie Rose. The public broadcaster announced it has cancelled distribution of his self-titled interview program <em>Charlie Rose.</em> “In light of yesterday's revelations, PBS has terminated its relationship with Charlie Rose and cancelled distribution of his programs. PBS expects all the producers we work with to provide a workplace where people feel safe and are treated with dignity and respect,” PBS said. <em>Charlie Rose</em>…
"CBS This Morning" anchors King and O'Donnell did not begin today's show on anything resembling a warm, pre-holiday note. Instead, they went directly at the absence of co-anchor Charlie Rose in a candid and stark three-minute opening discussion.
<strong>UPDATED with statements, more information throughout: </strong>CBS and PBS have suspended Charlie Rose amid sexual harassment allegations against him, while Bloomberg L.P., in whose Manhattan headquarters Rose’s program is recorded and which telecasts reruns of his program, said it would stop showing them. In a statement provided to Deadline, CBS News said, "Charlie Rose is suspended immediately while we look into this matter. These allegations are extremely disturbing and we take…
Steve Bannon calls the Bush administration "idiots" and makes bold claims about the Catholic church.
Supermodel Gisele Bündchen recently sat down with Charlie Rose on CBS This Morning and spoke about her husband, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
Back on Feb. 9, CBS This Morning anchor Charlie Rose took time off from the show so doctors could replace a leaking heart valve that was originally installed in 2002. On Monday, March 13, Rose marked his return to the daytime show. Among those who welcomed him back were Yankees legend Derek Jeter and President Trump.
On “CBS This Morning,” Oprah Winfrey discussed her new cookbook, personal experiences in her very public weight-loss battle, and standing naked before a mirror. Winfrey said she has lost 42.5 pounds this time around, adding, “I think if I lose 10 more, 20 more, fine. But if I don’t, I’m OK with it because I finally have control.”
Jon Stewart was on CBS This Morning, and as you might have guessed, he was asked about the election of Donald Trump as the next president of the United States.
On Thursday’s Charlie Rose, Amy Schumer addressed one of her Inside Amy Schumer writers, Kurt Metzger, and his Facebook post that mocked members of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre banning an alleged rapist. Metzger, who was neither involved in the incidents nor the decision, posted a rant that attacked the manner in which a comedian was banned from the popular comedy theater. Amy Schumer made it clear that does not share the same views as Metzger.
One doesn’t usually expect news to be broken on CBS News Sunday Morning, the enjoyably drowsy show featuring the warm, buzzing tones of host Charles Osgood—at most, you might be startled by an occasional squawk from easily-rattled correspondent Mo Rocca. The interview was conducted by Charlie Rose—again, with his syrupy drawl and lobbed softballs, not your usual go-to guy for searing exposes.
On "60 Minutes," Charlie Rose interviewed Bill and Melinda Gates and investor Warren Buffett, who are convincing billionaires to give half of their wealth away.
On CNN, Anderson Cooper and a fleet a commentators did pretzel twists to come to terms with Trump wins in a majority of the night’s primary states. On Fox, anchors Megyn Kelly and Bret Baier discussed the implications of Trump’s wins with acuity and some humor.
At the conclusion of Super Bowl 50, there seemed to be just one question on everybody’s mind: Would Peyton Manning retire? Roughly two minutes, as it was one of the first questions asked during the post-game interview immediately following the Denver Bronco’s win over the Carolina Panthers. The questions did not stop for Manning during interviews on both Today and CBS This Morning.
The Super Bowl is just around the corner, but all anyone can talk about is Carolina Panther’s quarterback Cam Newton. More specifically, his pants! The signal caller rocked a pair of Versace zebra print pants on the team’s flight to The Big Game and was the talk of media day on Monday. CBS This Morning caught wind of the frenzy, and anchor Charlie Rose was proposed a bet from fellow anchor Gayle King. If he could get a pair of the Versace pants, and wear them, King would pay Rose $800.