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Apr 20, 2017 3:59pm PDT
actresses. >> rose: elizabeth warren and the armenian genocide when we continue. funding for charlie rose was provided by the following: >> and by bloomberg, a provider of multimedia news and information services worldwide. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: elizabeth warren is here, a senior senator from massachusetts and former harvard law school professor. she's also a long time champion of working families and the middle class. in february she was rebuked by the senate by quoting cor eta scott king during a debate on jeff sessions nomination for attorney general, here's a clib from cbs sunday morning. >> republicans voted to silence warren from impuning the character of trump's attorney general nominee alabama senator jeff sessions. >> she was warned. she was given an explanation. never the less, she persisted. >> reporter: warren was reading a 1986 letter from the widow of martin luther king, jr. that criticized sessions. once silenced, she kept right on reading outside the senate chamber. >> mr. sessions soug
Bloomberg
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
♪ >> from our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." charlie: elizabeth warren is here. she is a senior senator from massachusetts, a former harvard law school professor. a champion of working-class families and the middle class. she was rebuked by the senate for quoting coretta scott king. here is a clip from cbs sunday morning. >> republicans voted to silence warren for pugning the character of alabama senator jeff sessions. >> she was warned. she was given an explanation. nevertheless she persisted. en was reading a 1986 letter from the widow of martin luther king jr. that criticized sessions. once silenced, she kept right reading outside the senate chamber. punishsessions fault to older black civil rights activists. >> do you think there was some sexism? >> there is a problem with having jeff sessions has attorney general. next day,say is the fou rmen stood up and read the same letter and they all got to finish. charli "this fight is our fight." i am pleased to have senator elizabeth warren at this table. is this book -- we see these come out within three or four ye
Bloomberg
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
york city, this is "charlie rose." charlie: elizabeth warren is here. she is a senior senator from massachusetts, a former harvard law school professor. a champion of working-class families and the middle class. she was rebuked by the senate for quoting coretta scott king. here is a clip from cbs sunday morning. >> republicans voted to silence warren for pugning the character of alabama senator jeff sessions. >> she was warned. she was given
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 7:00am PDT
of the dramatic. >> what a moment for ichiro. >> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. cable news is without its ratings king after a sexual harassment scandal caused boirl -- cost bill o'reilly his job at fox news. the new york times headline this morning says, the lights out for the channel's biggest star. the paper broke the story early this month that o'reilly and fox paid about $13 million to settle complaints by five women. >> last night, his name vanished from the show. he was a fixture for more than 20 years. the times reports the sexual harassment claims and settlements go back to 2004. about 50 advertisers fled the show. the parent company of fox news said yesterday, after a thorough and careful review of the allegations, bill o'reilly will not be returning to the fox news channel. >> o'reilly said in a statement, quote it's tremendously disheartening that we part ways due to completely unfounded charges. i will always look back on my time at fox with great pride. last year founding ceo roger ailes was removed for similar reasons. one of his accusers, fox news star megyn
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 6:00am PDT
now for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." and charlie rose joins us now live from new york. good morning to you, charlie. >> reporter: hey, good morning juliette. here's what's happening. fox news cut ties with bill o'reilly. we'll go inside the reporting that cost him his job plus what's next for the fox news channel. also we are in denver with how the legal pot industry has created a windfall that's helping communities. and this "time" magazine editor- in-chief nancy gibbs joins us in studio 57. she is here with a time 100, that's a list of the most influential people in the world. that and more. see you at 7:00. >> thank you. >>> a lawsuit has been filed against san mateo's mayor because won't reveal who he has blocked on twitter. a recent court ruling states that any electronic communication related to government business must be made public even if it's on a personal device. mayor david limb claims that the accounts he blocked aren't related to his job so he doesn't need to disclose it. >>> tesla has just settled a lawsuit against one of its former execut
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 6:00am EDT
rose joins us live from new york with the preview , good morning, charlie >> good morning, jan, jim. "fox news" cuts ties with bill o'reilly. we will go inside report ago this cost him his job. >>> plus we will ask question is what next for cable news. fox channel cable news. we're in denver with how they created a wind fall helping communities. time magazine editor nancy will join news studio 57 with the time 100, it is list of the most influential people, all of that and more in 10 minutes. >> looking forward to that one >>> well, tennis superstar serena williams is gearing up for her biggest challenge yet, mother hood, 35 year-old announced she's to weeks pregnant and expecting a baby this fall. she was playing in the australia open while eight weeks pregnant. she won the open earning her 23rd grand slam title. >>> news isn't so-so great for kim kardashian west. >> she's facing backlash heavier over her tweet. it can be an amazing diet so happy it came in time. kardashian dropped 6-pound in time for gala may 1st. many are quick to respond saying the flu can lead to death, accordi
Bloomberg
Apr 19, 2017 10:00pm EDT
♪ announcer: from ours studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." >> good evening and jeff gore phil in and for charlie rose who visited -- oa today. development,ng prime minister theresa may declare to a call in early general election on june 8. the move reflects an effort to give the prime minister marv flexibility -- more -- more flexibility. it is a saturn reversal from her previous position at that the company needed time to ensure stability. the house of commons will vote on wednesday on whether to approve the election. joining me in new york is editor and chief of bloomberg. from washington, ed from the financial times. welcome to both of you to the latest chapter in the soap opera that is brexit. let me start with you, how surprising is this? is quite surprising. this is the best kept secret in british politics. if it had been david cameron or tony blair planning to call a snap election, it would have been leaked out. they have so many friends. it would've been hard to keep a secret. theresa may is a very different kind of character, does not , has executed a comple
Bloomberg
Apr 19, 2017 9:30pm EDT
. ♪ ♪ announcer: from ours studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." >> good evening and jeff gore phil in and for charlie rose who visited -- oa today. development,ng prime minister theresa may declare to a call in early general election on june 8. the move reflects an effort to give the prime minister marv flexibility -- more -- more flexibility. it is a saturn reversal from her previous position at that the company needed time to ensure stability. the house of commons will vote on wednesday
PBS
Apr 19, 2017 3:59pm PDT
>> glor: good evening. i'm jeff glor filling in for charlie rose. we begin tonight with the announcement from british p.m. threesa may about a forthcoming snap election in june. we talk to ed luce of the "newg york times." if. >> if it had been david cameron or tony blair calling for a snap election, it would have been leaked out and they have so many friends that it would have been hard to keep a secret. threesa may is a very different kind of character sz. >> glor: we conclude with a discussion about the arkansas death penalty with david boies, lorri davis and damien echols. >> i went from solitaire confinement to the streets of manhattan literally overnight. i walked into a world where everyone uses computers, debit card readers and machines that i had no idea how to use. so it was like me being an alien dropped off in a new world without any help or anything. i needed someone with me 24 hours a day, seven days a week almost as if i were an invalid. >> brexit and the death penalty in arkansas when we continue. >> rose: funding for "charlie rose" has been provided
Bloomberg
Apr 19, 2017 6:00pm EDT
>> from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. i am jeff floor, filling in for charlie rose. news out of the united kingdom. it prime minister theresa may declared that she would call an early general election on june 8. the move reflects an apparent effort to give the prime minister more flexibility in pending negotiations to exit the or brexit.ion it is also a sudden reversal from the previous position that the country needed time to ensure stability with the issue it is facing. the house of commons will vote whether to approve the election. the editor-in-chief of bloomberg. columnist ands. commentator for the financial times. welcome, both of you, to the latest chapter in the soap opera that is brexit. let me start with you. how surprising is this? >> it is quite surprising. this is the best kept secret in british politics. if it had been david cameron or tony blair, it would have been leaked out. it would have been hard to keep . secret theresa may is a different kind of character. it is not surprising in another sense. she had her hone mandate. she did campaign for
Bloomberg
Apr 19, 2017 5:00pm EDT
york city, this is charlie rose. i am jeff floor, filling in for charlie rose. news out of the united kingdom. it prime minister theresa may declared that she would call an early general election on june 8. the move reflects an apparent effort to give the prime minister more flexibility in pending negotiations to exit the or brexit.ion it is also a sudden reversal from the previous position that the country needed time to ensure stability with the issue it is
CBS
Apr 19, 2017 7:00am PDT
. it is basically a selfie festival that happens to have music. >> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. aaron hernandez committed suicide overnight in a massachusetts prison. the former new england patriots's tight end was found hanging in the cell shortly after 3:00 this morning. he was serving a life sentence for the 2013 murder of odin lloyd. his death comes just five days after he was acquitted for the murders of two men in boston in 2012. >> prison officials say that hernandez hanged himself with a bed sheet attached to the cell window. he tried to block the door from the inside by jamming wit various items making it difficult for officials to get in. hernandez played for the patriots from 2010 to 2012. he was cut from the team shortly after being cut from the team. the patriots are going to the white house today to celebrate the super bowl victory with president trump. >>> president trump is claiming victory in a special election seen as an early referendum on his presidency. jon ossoff got the most votes at 48%, but he needed 50% to win the primary so now he's fail karen
CBS
Apr 18, 2017 11:35pm PDT
, it was a good one. >> stephen: you and charlie rose. no, but, are you-- are you really getting things out about your life? like "let me tell you the story before there are rumors about it." >> it's bogus but i talk about things i never talked about publicly before. >> stephen: why is that bogus? >> because it sounds like i'm trying to sell books. i talk about i had a problem with drugs when i was younger, you know, when i was yr vung. >> stephen: i can ask you something here? it's a little bit of a personal question. i have been a fan of yours for years, and i've admired your career-- obviously, this is the real jack ryan, not harrison ford. this is the real jack ryan. >> i was first. >> stephen: but you-- like, you famously like ideal at a paparazzo out there on the street one day. >> yes. >> stephen: more than one time. >> yes. was i on drugs then is what you are asking. >> stephen: no, beyond drugs or not beyond drugs. that's your own life. what i didn't understand is sometimes you seemed like an angry guy. you have a handsome guy, talented, have a beautiful wife, a great career. what made y
Bloomberg
Apr 18, 2017 10:00pm EDT
♪ announcer: from our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." jeff: good evening, i'm jeff glor filling in for charlie rose, who is away today. we begin with politics. on friday, the trump administration announced it would discontinue public access to logs of visitors to the white house. meanwhile, protesters demanded that the president release his tax returns. that is ahead of tuesday's tax deadline. on the foreign policy front, tensions with north korea further escalated over the weekend. in the wake of pyongyang's failed missile test sunday. while visiting south korea vice , president pence warned the north koreans not to test president trump, citing the recent u.s. strikes on syria and afghanistan. joining me from washington, david frum, senior editor at "the atlantic." his latest article is called "trump's plan to end europe." and philip rucker, white house bureau chief at "the washington post." julie hirschfeld davis from "the new york times," will join us momentarily. i am pleased to have all of them on this program. david, i want to start with asia, since it
Bloomberg
Apr 18, 2017 9:00pm EDT
studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." jeff: good evening, i'm jeff glor filling in for charlie rose, who is away today. we begin with politics. on friday, the trump administration announced it would discontinue public access to logs of visitors to the white house. meanwhile, protesters demanded that the president release his tax returns. that is ahead of tuesday's tax deadline. on the foreign policy front, tensions with north korea further escalated over the weekend. in the wake of pyongyang's failed missile test sunday. while visiting south korea vice , president pence warned the north koreans not to test president
PBS
Apr 18, 2017 3:59pm PDT
. >> good evening, ga glor filling in 230r charlie rose who is away today. we begin with politics with phil rucker, david frum and julie hirschfeld. >> there has been a lot of discussion about whether this is an accident or actually by design that they haven't actually filled a lot of these really vital u7bd second tier positions under the cabinet level that are needed to make government go i honestly think it's a combination of both but i think it's more just a chronically late start and lack of planning. and a real sort of distaste for the kind of process oriented thinking that you have to do in order to figure out okay, who are the people we need in place. who is the eight-team for this particular position or function and how do we get things going. and i don't think you can recover from that. >> rose: we conclude with the actress carrie coon of the leftovers and fargo. >> for any young actor you are never going to learn to act in the classroom. i think scru to be on the stage. i think the stage is a wonderful training ground for tv and film. because you learn how to repeat a p
Bloomberg
Apr 18, 2017 5:00pm EDT
. this is bloomberg. ♪ ♪ announcer: from our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." jeff: good evening, i'm jeff glor filling in for charlie rose, who is a way today. we begin with politics. on friday, the trump administration announced it would discontinue public access to logs of visitors to the white house. meanwhile, protesters demanded that the president release his tax returns. on the foreign policy front, tensions with north korea escalated.in the wake of pyongyang's failed missile test sunday. vice president pence normed
CBS
Apr 18, 2017 7:00am PDT
the aisle. [ applause ] before he got dragged down the aisle. >> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. the fbi are searching nationwide for a man who recorded himself killing a man and posted it to facebook. 37-year-old steve stephens is accused of randomly targeting robert godwin sr. on sunday in cleveland. investigators believe stephens is still armed. police said yesterday "quite frankly, at this point, he could be a lot of places." >> community members gathered yesterday evening at the scene of the shooting to pay tribute to robert godwin, a grandfather as a result of this terrible series of events facebook is reviewing how violent content is reported. facebook has disabled the suspect's account within 23 minutes of receiving the first report about the murder video but admits there's a need to do better. >>> president trump says north korea should behave but he won't say what the u.s. will do if the north launches another missile. after a failed launch over the weekend a top north korean official promised weekly tests and north korea's u.n. ambassador blames the u.s. for
Bloomberg
Apr 17, 2017 10:00pm EDT
♪ announcer: from our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." charlie: siddhartha mukherjee is here. he is an assistant professor of medicine at columbia and a cancer physician and researcher. he is also a very good writer, a pulitzer prize-winning author. his latest book comes out in paperback this month. he writes about the future of automated medicine in a new piece for "new yorker" magazine. it is called "the algorithm will see you now." i'm pleased to have him back at this table. welcome. siddhartha: thank you. charlie: with some sense of paternity, tell me how this piece came about. siddhartha: this piece came about because it is a conference you organized every fall. i was talking at this conference to sebastian thrun, who works on ai. he told me i have been working on this thing in ai and medicine. my ears perked up. we were at the conference. i said, "what are you doing?" he began to describe an early version of this. it certainly had not been published in "nature" as it eventually was. it instantly caught my attention. what if we could use these powerful
Bloomberg
Apr 17, 2017 9:00pm EDT
studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." charlie: siddhartha mukherjee is here. he is an assistant professor of medicine at columbia and a cancer physician and researcher. he is also a very good writer, a pulitzer prize-winning author. his latest book comes out in paperback this month. he writes about the future of automated medicine in a new piece for "new yorker" magazine. it is called "the algorithm will see you now." i'm pleased to have him back at this table. welcome. siddhartha: thank you. charlie: with some sense of paternity, tell me how this piece came about. siddhartha:
PBS
Apr 17, 2017 3:59pm PDT
are the facts. >> rose: michael morell and mandy patinkin, when we return. >> rose: funding for "charlie rose" has been provided by the following: >> and by bloomberg, a provider of multimedia news and information services worldwide. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: we begin this evening with rising tensions overseas. the united states dropped an 11-ton bomb on an insurgent cave complex in afghanistan thursday. it was the first time the weapon had ever been used on the batt battlefield. though the mother of all bombs was delivered in afghanistan, it may have sent a message heard in north korea. we want to talk about north korea with michael morell, former acting director and deputy director of the c.i.a. he's been here many times and i'm pleased to welcome him back to this table. welcome. >> thank you. great to be here as always. >> rose: let's start with north korea and talk about the capabilities. what else it they have today? >> charlie, one of the most important things that you do as an intelligence analyst is ma
Bloomberg
Apr 17, 2017 5:00pm EDT
. this is bloomberg. ♪ ♪ announcer: from our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." he is an assistant professor of medicine at columbia and a cancer physician and researcher. he is also a very good writer, feel it's a prize-winning author. his latest book comes out in paperback this month. he writes about the future of automated medicine in a new piece for "new yorker" magazine. it is called "the algorithm will see you now." i'm pleased to have him back at this table. welcome. with some sense of paternity, tell me how this piece cam
CBS
Apr 17, 2017 7:00am PDT
to "cbs this morning." charlie rose is on assignment so anthony mason is with us. >> good morning. >> that is no poo. >> no poop at the table today. >> i see that emoji. >> me too. >> this story we're following the manhunt widening for a gunman who recorded himself killing someone and posted the video on facebook. 37-year-old steve stephens is accused of gunning down a 74-year-old man yesterday in cleveland. a warning while we will not show the actual killing, the video you are about to see is graphic. >> police say that stephens walked up to robert godwin sr. and fired. the victim was chosen at ran come. stephens bragged of other killings. dean reynolds is in cleveland with the latest on the manhunt for him. dean, good morning. >> good morning. the cleveland police had a press conference and the headline is the suspect, quote, is still out there some place. stephens is now the subject of a nationwide manhunt, but one official said he could be nearby or far away. and yet, despite that, another official said, we're hoping to make his world very, very, very small. >> i'm at point wh
CBS
Apr 17, 2017 7:00am EDT
. >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." charlie rose is on assignment, so moeanthony mason is with us. >> and that is no poop. >>> now to the story this morning. manhunt is on for a man who killed someone. steve stephens is accused of gurching down a 74-year-old man in cleveland. a warning, though you'll not see actual killing it is -- >> the victim was apparently chosen at random. stephens also bragged of other killings. dean reynolds is i with the latest on the manhunt for him. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the killing was one of three posti postings. in others he described himself as having snapped, angry at his mother, his ex-girlfriend, and his job, and he claimed of killing more people, though the cleveland police have seen no evidence so far to back that up. in this video posted to facebook, police say 37-year-old steve stephens approaches robert godwin sr. he earlier told the world he was angry with his ex-girlfriend joy lane. >> joy lane? >> yeah. she's the richardson this is about to happen to you. how old are you? >> look. i don't know nobody by that name. >> joy
Bloomberg
Apr 16, 2017 11:00am EDT
♪ announcer: from our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." charlie: ursula burns is here. she is the chairman and former ceo of xerox. she spent her entire career starting as an intern in 1980. that was 37 years ago. she was raised by a single mother in manhattan. she went on to earn a degree at columbia university. in 2009, she became the first african-american woman to lead a fortune 500 company. i am pleased to have her at this table. unbelievable. for the first time, welcome. >> thank you, i am unbelievably honored. charlie: is it hard to no longer be the ceo? ursula: not at all. charlie: you have led this company, you have set it on the present course. ursula: not at all. there is time for everything, time for everything. this was perfect timing for me. 37 years in the company. i know it inside and out. i know the plumbing, the tooling, the people. i know large number of the customers and markets, competitors, etc. after a while, you run things in your mind more in actuality. but i believe that once you go from two or three times, it is a good idea to get som
Bloomberg
Apr 16, 2017 6:00am EDT
. this is bloomberg. ♪ ♪ announcer: from our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." charlie: ursula burns is here. she is the chairman and former ceo of xerox. she spent her entire career starting as an intern in 1980. that was 37 years ago. she was raised by a single mother in manhattan. she went on to earn a degree at columbia university. host: charlie: charlie: announcer:
PBS
Apr 14, 2017 3:59pm PDT
. >> rose: politics, bombs, diane von furstenberg and jane goodall when we continue. funding for charlie rose is provided by the 2308ing:ed-- following: >> and by bloomberg, a provider of multimedia news and information services worldwide. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> mark halperin and john heilemann are here, they are the cocreators and executive producers of the political docuseries, the circus, inside the biggest story on earth. the first season documented the historic 2016 presidential election in realtime. now as the trump presidency approaches the completion of its first 100 days the program is back for a new season and here is a look. >> this hag now become a proint of controversy-- a point of controversy here, this group has been putting up these billboards. the billboards say have you seen him, missing david perdue.com, paid for by the george ga alliance of-- and produce kind of doug in, he is like i'm not going to be with these people. so we're interested in what happens in a deep red state like georgia,
Bloomberg
Apr 14, 2017 6:00pm EDT
♪ announcer: from our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." ursula burns is here, the chairman and former c.e.o. of xerox. she has spent her entire career at xerox starting as an intern in 1980. that was 37 years ago. she was raised by single mother in a housing project on the lower east side of manhattan. she later went on to earn a masters degree in mechanical engineering at columbia university. in 2009, she became the first african american woman to lead a fortune 500 company. i pleased to have her here at this table. unbelievable, for the first time. welcome. >> thank you. i am unbelievably honored. charlie: it is my honor. is it hard to no longer be the c.e.o.? >> not at all? charlie: you have led this company. you have set it on its present course. >> not at all. i think there is time for everything. the time for everything. this was perfect timing for me. 37 years, in the company. i know it inside and out. i know the plumbing. i know the tooling, the people. i know a large number of the customers in the markets, competitors, etc. after a while, you kind of
Bloomberg
Apr 14, 2017 5:00pm EDT
our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." ursula burns is here, the chairman and former c.e.o. of xerox. she has spent her entire career at xerox starting as an intern in 1980. that was 37 years ago. she was raised by single mother in a housing project on the lower east side of manhattan. she later went on to earn a masters degree in mechanical engineering at columbia university. in 2009, she became the first african american woman to lead a fortune 500 company. i pleased to have her here at this table. unbelievable, for the first
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