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Oprah Winfrey Inexplicably Dropped from SiriusXM Radio Line-Up

In a column dated January 10 The Economist (TE) argues that “tougher laws and less driving by young people” under the age of 25 have led to safer streets while a lack of more laws on guns means “death by guns [has] been trending slightly upward.”

Rand Paul: I'm leaving My Phone At Home

Rand Paul: I'm leaving My Phone At Home

Charlie Rose, Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell speak with Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., about the man who leaked NSA documents outlining government surveillance on Americans.

Tina Brown On Newsweek Demise: 'Was Just Matter Of When'

Tina Brown On Newsweek Demise: 'Was Just Matter Of When'

Tina Brown, editor-in-chief of Newsweek and The Daily Beast website, talks to Charlie Rose, Norah O’Donnell and Gayle King about the recent announcement that after 80 years, Newsweek magazine will stop publishing a print edition at the end of 2012.

Al Qaeda Recruiting Suicide Bombers With Web Ads

Al Qaeda Recruiting Suicide Bombers With Web Ads

Al Qaeda is posting ads online to recruit suicide bombers to attack western targets. Gayle King and Anthony Mason spoke with CBS News senior correspondent John Miller about the ads.

Dean: Blames Romney For Biden's 'Chains' Remark

Dean: Blames Romney For Biden's 'Chains' Remark

Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean talks to Anthony Mason and Gayle King about the controversy over remarks made by Vice President Joe Biden, and the state of the 2012 presidential race.

CBS/Newsweek Slam Romney with the 'Wimp Factor'

CBS/Newsweek Slam Romney with the 'Wimp Factor'

CBS News’ Jan Crawford asked presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney about a cover story from Newsweek magazine that reads, “Romney: The Wimp Factor — Is He Just Too Insecure to Be President?” Then, chief Washington correspondent and “Face the

Sacha Baron Cohen As Sacha Baron Cohen

Sacha Baron Cohen As Sacha Baron Cohen

Sacha Baron Cohen talks to Charlie Rose and Gayle King about his latest film, “The Dictator,” in which he plays a dangerous and delusional tyrant starting a new life in America.

Huffington: Obama's Bin Laden Campaign Ad 'Despicable'

Huffington: Obama's Bin Laden Campaign Ad 'Despicable'

In a surprising move, Arianna Huffington, the leftist founder and editor-in-chief of the The Huffington Post, called the Obama campaign’s advertisement that questioned whether Mitt Romney would have ordered the assassination of Osama Bin Laden “despicable.” On CBS This Morning,

Friday Crib Sheet: Will OWS Shootings Change Media's Reporting?

– Two shooting deaths at two different Occupy protests in less than 12 hours. Will the media finally acknowledge the self-destructive aesthetic of OWS? – Oprah’s BFF, Gayle King, is headed to CBS mornings. – A fight over sourcing at