The hitchhiking robot hitchBOT tweets an optimistic final message about humanity.
Larry Wilmore discovers racism still exists, and San Francisco seeks a way to stop public peeing.
Bill O'Reilly faces scrutiny for reportedly embellishing his coverage of the Falklands War in 1982.
A young Bill O'Reilly reports on the pop star Rex Smith's unique album promotion tool.
Drivers struggle to safely navigate the roads as the temperature rapidly drops.
"Face the Nation" host Bob Schieffer discusses the quality of American politics.
A child's flamboyant dancing upstages a Las Vegas newscaster's weather report.
Elon Musk makes a suggestive announcement about the "D" on Twitter.
Some wayward editors take creative license with Donald Rumsfeld's Wikipedia page.
A street performer dressed like Strawberry Shortcake is not as sweet as she seems.
Republican pollster Frank Luntz has a moment of self-deprecation on "CBS This Morning."
Gayle King checks in on Rob Ford's activities on "CBS This Morning."
Ukrainian businessman Petro Poroshenko is modest about his earnings.
CBS host Norah O'Donnell forces co-anchor Gayle King to admit certain details of her sex life.
Stephen airs an exclusive eyewitness account of the events leading to Lara Logan's apology.
"60 Minutes" airs a false eyewitness account of the Benghazi attack.
Bravo's Andy Cohen explores show business and the gratification of talking.
Michele Bachmann's campaign cries foul after CBS News' political director snubs her via e-mail.
Katie Couric's news show has a slightly older audience than Jon's show.
Bernard Goldberg and Jon argue over the decline of our culture.