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60 Minutes (tv program)

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  • 'Dancing' duos, CMA stars: this week

    Country music gets a starring role this week in prime time. The CMA Awards will sprawl over three hours Wednesday on ABC. But you'll see tie-ins on other programs. Miranda Lambert and Keith Urban will be on Wednesday's "Good Morning America," and...
  • TV ratings: 'Sunday Night Football' tackles key demographic; CBS wins night

    TV ratings: 'Sunday Night Football' tackles key demographic; CBS wins night
    "Sunday Night Football" helped NBC dominate the night in the key 18-to-49-year-old demographic but CBS won overall with help from a NFL overrun and "60 Minutes." According to early Nielsen ratings, an NFL overrun on CBS was the most watched broadcast of...
  • Sunday Ratings: 'Madam Secretary' Rises, 'Mulaney' Sinks Lower

    With a stronger, football-fueled lead-in from "60 Minutes," rookie CBS drama "Madam Secretary" appears to have delivered its best ratings scores since its premiere last night, while ABC's drama trio of "Once Upon a Time," "Resurrection" and "Revenge"...
  • Legendary author, survivor to speak

    Legendary author, survivor to speak
    Gerda Klein, a 90-year-old Medal of Freedom recipient, author, and Holocaust survivor, will speak at an event sponsored by inSIGHT Through Education, an organization that raises funds to teach the lessons of the Holocaust and other genocides, at 7:30 p.m....
  • CBS Launches Ad-Supported Broadband News Feed In Effort To Vie With Cable-News Outlets

    CBS launched what may be the modern media-industry version of a CNN with a new broadband-distributed news feed that will send live, anchored news programming to Internet-connected TVs and other devices - an attempt by the company to monetize its CBS...
  • TV ratings: 'Sunday Night Football' wins; Fox shows rise

    TV ratings: 'Sunday Night Football' wins; Fox shows rise
    The Chicago Bears-Green Bay Packers “Sunday Night Football” game boosted NBC to No. 1, according to early Nielsen ratings. The telecast, which drew 17.3-million viewers, averaged a rating of 6.2 in the key 18-to-49-year-old demographic....
  • Ratings: NFL Rout Still Scores for NBC on Sunday; ABC's 'Revenge' Hits Season Highs

    NBC remained in control of the Sunday night ratings race even with a "Sunday Night Football" game that featured the largest-ever halftime margin for a primetime NFL contest. The night also saw CBS' "The Good Wife" move ahead of ABC's "Resurrection" in...
  • New VA chief may fire 1,000 staffers over healthcare scandal

    New VA chief may fire 1,000 staffers over healthcare scandal
    The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs announced a series of reforms Monday aimed at improving the agency’s customer service after concerns about substandard healthcare forced a leadership change earlier this year. Three months after taking the...
  • VA head outlines fix for troubled agency

    VA head outlines fix for troubled agency
    The new head of the Department of Veterans Affairs described the broad outlines Monday of an overhaul of the agency, which has been battered by scandals over lengthy delays setting up doctor's visits and attempts to cover up those backlogs. Advocates...
  • Martin Schram: Helping a reform-minded secretary fix the VA

    Martin Schram: Helping a reform-minded secretary fix the VA
    At last, America's military veterans seem to have a secretary of Veterans Affairs who gets it. VA Secretary Robert McDonald, the former chairman, president and CEO of Proctor & Gamble who came to the VA just three and a half months ago, has made clear...
  • SEAL Team 6 vs. Osama bin Laden — why telling war stories matters

    There's an extraordinary tale of valor under fire in the opening pages of Stephen E. Ambrose's World War II book "Citizen Soldiers." It perfectly depicts the American fighting spirit and even has a homespun punch line: After a Mississippi woodsman and...