CBS Evening News
8/2/2012 10:28 AM ET
“A conservative Republican was beaten by an even more conservative Tea Party candidate,” CBS Evening News anchor
Scott Pelley announced Wednesday night in reporting Ted Cruz’s victory
7/30/2012 11:47 PM ET
Journalists are quite eager to undermine Mitt Romney’s trip. “A new diplomatic dust-up,”
CBS anchor Scott Pelley teased Monday night, citing how “Mitt Romney in
the Middle East says culture ...
7/19/2012 4:48 PM ET
On Wednesday's CBS Evening News, Scott Pelley cherry-picked the most favorable result for President Obama in the most recent CBS News/New York Times poll.
7/12/2012 3:45 AM ET
Showing a renewed concern for the interests of taxpayers, CBS put “Cost to Taxpayers” on screen Wednesday night as CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley worried not about the cost of ObamaCare, but ...
7/9/2012 11:54 PM ET
$150 billion. That’s “the cost to taxpayers” for President Barack
Obama’s proposal to not increase the income tax rate for those earning
less than $250,000, White House correspondent Norah ...
6/4/2012 5:43 PM ET
On Sunday's CBS Evening News, John Dickerson candidly admitted that a failed recall attempt of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker "would be a big blow" to the unions, and that it "would be a sign to any ...
5/25/2012 2:17 PM ET
The broadcast networks stubbornly pushed ahead, logging another 24 hours -- now we're at four straight days -- ignoring the Catholic lawsuits against the Obama administration.
5/24/2012 11:39 AM ET
The CBS Evening News led with the Catholic Church on Wednesday night.
It wasn’t about the 43 Catholic groups suing the Obama administration.
It was yet another story on sexual abuse by ...
5/23/2012 6:53 PM ET
The Big Three networks' evening newscasts have all but punted so far on the 12 lawsuits filed on Monday against the Obama administration, challenging the abortifacient/birth control mandate which ...
5/21/2012 5:53 PM ET
Sunday's CBS Evening News refreshingly spotlighted the continuing persecution of the Coptic Christians in Egypt, an ongoing story that the Big Three networks have largely ignored for months. ...