"60 Minutes" interview about Capitol riot investigation sparks internal watchdog review
"60 Minutes" interview about Capitol riot investigation sparks internal watchdog review On Tuesday a federal judge said it was "troubling" that Michael Sherwin, the former acting U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia, spoke about potential sedition charges in the ongoing Capitol riot investigation during an interview with CBS' "60 Minutes." Washington Post national security reporter Devlin Barrett joins CBSN "Red & Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano with the details, and the latest on upcoming plea talks.cbsnews.com
President Biden willing to compromise on relief benefits qualifications
President Biden willing to compromise on relief benefits qualifications In an exclusive interview with CBS News, President Biden discusses a wide range of topics including the next coronavirus relief plan, former President Trump, and his son Hunter's struggle with drug addiction. Christina Ruffini has more with a preview of the interview, which will air prior to Super Bowl LV.cbsnews.com
What Tyler Perry and the cast of ‘A Fall From Grace’ had to say about Destiny’s Child, Houston restaurants, and younger men
HOUSTON – Tyler Perry is at it again. This time around, he wrote and directed, (and even stars in) the new Netflix thriller, ‘A Fall From Grace.’The movie is Tyler’s first Netflix project, and according to the official website: “When gentle, law-abiding Grace confesses to killing her new husband, her skeptical young lawyer sets out to uncover the truth. A film by Tyler Perry.”Houston Life reporter Lauren Kelly sat down with Perry and the rest of the cast (Crystal Fox, Bresha Webb, and native Houstonian Phylicia Rashad) to chat about his real inspiration for the movie, Phylicia’s favorite Houston restaurant, and our unanimous love for Destiny’s Child. ‘A Fall From Grace’ is streaming on Netflix.
LIVE CHAT RECAP: The Luhnow interview
KPRC 2′s Randy McIlvoy and Vanessa Richardson answered your questions about our exclusive interview with former Astros GM Jeff Luhnow in a half-hour live chat that happened after our special report. You can watch the entire special here and the full, 37-minute interview here. In the app? Click here to access the recap of the live chat.
5 tips for acing a virtual job interview
Troubleshoot your tech and audio setup before the interview starts, and always follow up with a personalized thank you note. Show enthusiasm ... big timeYou should always seem excited about the opportunity in a job interview. "Whether it's dating or a job interview, 50% of attraction is someone showing interest in you first." Kick off the interview by saying something like: I am excited to be doing this interview because (fill in the blank with something specific), Siegel suggested. Maintain eye contactIt's important to show interviewers they have your full attention, so Baskin recommended looking into the camera when giving your answers.
Extended interview: Robert Gates, May 15
Former Defense Sec. Robert Gates sits down with CBS' "Face the Nation" to talk about the current prospects for a Trump presidency, the Obama administration's foreign policy, and how Hillary Clinton stacks up against the president on hawkishness. This is an extended cut of the interview that aired May 15, 2016.cbsnews.com
Extended interview: Bernie Sanders, April 17
This is an extended cut of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ appearance on CBS’ “Face the Nation” to discuss “being beaten up” by the Hillary Clinton campaign. He also attacked Clinton for being “behind the curve” on issues like raising the minimum wage. The full interview aired April 17, 2016.cbsnews.com
Dr. Phil on Mark Castellano: "The interview's a lie"
Dr. Phil on Mark Castellano: "The interview's a lie" It was TV's Dr. Phil McGraw -- not Houston police - who would first interrogate Mark Castellano about Michelle Warner's mysterious disappearance. Correspondent Tracy Smith traveled Los Angeles to get McGraw's psychological breakdown of the suspected killer.cbsnews.com
Full Interview: John Kerry, March 27
“Face the Nation” moderator John Dickerson sits down with Secretary of State John Kerry to discuss the latest developments in the aftermath of the Brussels terrorist attacks. The secretary of state weighs in on the U.S. mission to defeat ISIS and 2016’s “embarrassing” political campaign. The interview aired on the March 27, 2016 broadcast of “Face the Nation.”cbsnews.com
Extended interview: Bernie Sanders, March 20
Democratic presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders describes his path forward, including what he believes will be a strong push in the West. Sanders also asserts that Clinton has drawn closer to his ideology during this primary. This is an extended version of the interview that aired on CBS' "Face the Nation" broadcast on March 20, 2016.cbsnews.com
Extended interview: Donald Trump, March 6
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump sits down with CBS’ “Face the Nation” to discuss his shifting views on torture, white supremacist groups like the KKK, and other campaign issues. This is an extended cut of the interview that aired Sunday, March 6, 2016.cbsnews.com
Extended interview: Ted Cruz, March 6
Republican presidential candidate and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz joins CBS’ “Face the Nation” to discuss the current state of the GOP 2016 primary race, his White House rivals, and the possibility of a brokered convention. The interview aired Sunday, March 6, 2016.cbsnews.com
Extended Interview: Ted Cruz, February 28
Republican presidential candidate and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz sat down with CBS' "Face the Nation" to talk about Donald Trump, health care, and other issues leading up to Super Tuesday. This is an extended version of the interview that aired Feb. 28, 2016.cbsnews.com
Ben Carson Interview: This was the worst debate
After the GOP debate, Major Garrett spoke with Ben Carson who said he felt the CNN Republican debate was the "worst," comparing it to the Roman Colosseum. Carson also said he would be closely looking at the results of Super Tuesday to determine if he continues to stay in the race. Watch the full interview.cbsnews.com
Freed from Qatar: Couple's first interview
Freed from Qatar: Couple's first interview Matt and Grace Huang have returned to the U.S. after a nearly two-year legal battle to win their freedom from a prison in Qatar. The couple was cleared in the death of their eight-year-old daughter. Margaret Brennan sits down with the Huangs for an interview you'll only see on "CBS This Morning."cbsnews.com