Navy SEAL Under Fire Over Bin Laden Book

John Miller, “CBS This Morning” senior correspondent, and former assistant director of national intelligence, talks to Charlie Rose and Norah O’Donnell about the ex-Navy SEAL who wrote, “No Easy Day,” a book that recounts the mission that killed Osama bin

Navy SEAL Under Fire Over Bin Laden Book

Paul Ryan Can Handle the Media

The biggest criticism of the Romney campaign has been its lackluster way of dealing with the media. No one understood the battle with the media better than the late Andrew Breitbart, who foresaw that our candidates would be running against

Paul Ryan Can Handle the Media

'Face The Nation' Roundtable: Aurora Shooting

The “Face the Nation” roundtable, CBS News’ Barry Peterson, Bob Orr, Norah O’Donnell and John Dickerson, discuss the latest on the Aurora, CO, shooting and President Obama’s visit, the attacks in Bulgaria and Iran’s involvement, and Mitt Romney’s visit to

'Face The Nation' Roundtable: Aurora Shooting

VP Pick Critical In Tight 2012 Race

With polls showing a close race between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama, the GOP nominee’s vice presidential pick will be a huge factor. Melinda Henneberger of PoliticsDaily.com, National Journal’s Major Garrett, and Norah O’Donnell and John Dickerson of CBS News

VP Pick Critical In Tight 2012 Race

Ryan: 'We Want To Avoid Debt Crisis'

Rep. Paul Ryan talks with Norah O’Donnell on “Face the Nation” about his newly-released budget and tax proposal that he says will move the country on a path towards paying off the debt.

Ryan: 'We Want To Avoid Debt Crisis'

White House: No Quick Fix On Rising Gas Prices

The White House is worried rising gas prices could cripple the economic recovery and hurt President Obama’s hopes for re-election. Norah O’Donnell reports Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich took the opportunity to add lowering oil prices to his campaign promises.

Condi: Cain Shouldn't Play Race Card

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice tells CBS News that Herman Cain should not play the “race card,” during an interview with Chief White House Correspondent Norah O’Donnell on “The Early Show.”

OOPS: MSNBC Says "Obama," Not Osama Killed

From the DC: In an attempt to release the news of Osama bin Laden’s death quickly late Sunday night, MSNBC correspondent Norah O’Donnell accidentally reported on Twitter that “Obama” had been “killed” instead. “Obama shot and killed,” Norah O’Donnell posted

The End of the Affair: 'He's Never Constructed a Narrative'

The once-passionate, even slobbering, love affair between the media and Barack Obama is rapidly cooling. Writing in the Washington Post, Richard Cohen bemoans “Obama’s Shrinking Presidency:” One of the unintended results of the redecoration of the Oval Office was the

Terminal Tolerance

We’ve been hearing more talk, buzz and chatter about Shariah lately than I imagined was possible. Unfortunately, much of it is still uninformed and reliant only on the emotional buoyancy of 9/11, as though the battleground of Lower Manhattan is

Of Mosques and Morons and Norah O'Donnell

So on last night’s show, we discussed the Ground Zero mosque’s Twitter account. After releasing some mildly sarcastic tweets, the mosque developers announced they were dumping “the interns” on the account, and bringing in “a new team.” Didn’t know you

NBC Continues to Attack Palin

Norah O’Donnell and the Today Show devote a segment to bashing the former Governor of Alaska. See if you can count the various examples of media bias.

NBC Performs Media Malpractice On 'Media Malpractice'

Next week I plan to write more extensively on Big Hollywood about the many bizarre behind the scenes occurrences and things learned during the initial media promotion tour for my new film “Media Malpractice… How Obama Got Elected and Palin