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American TV interviewer and journalist

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Charlie Rose: American TV interviewer and journalist
Charles Peete Rose Jr. is an American television journalist and former talk show host. From 1991 to 2017, he was the host and executive producer of the talk show Charlie Rose on PBS and Bloomberg LP.

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Biden: Health care sign-ups may not meet target

Vice President Joe Biden acknowledged the goal of signing up seven million Americans will likely fall short and blames the troubled rollout of the health care website. Charlie Rose reports.
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Ice and snow causes problems throughout U.S.

In New York City, snow caused the roof of a drugstore to collapse with 15 people inside, while in Michigan, officials used dynamite to blow up a thick river ice jam. Charlie Rose reports.
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All That Mattered: NASA's first space shuttle

The Space Shuttle Enterprise took its maiden assisted flight over California 37 years ago today. The orbiter paved the way for the rest of the shuttle fleet. Charlie Rose reports.
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Bill Murray on celebrated career, "The Monuments Men"

Actor and comedian Bill Murray sat down with "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose to discuss his long career, new film "The Monuments Men" and his approach to comedy.
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Rare snowstorm in Oregon

A rare snowstorm left a foot of snow in Portland, Oregon Thursday. More snow is expected Friday. Charlie Rose reports.
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First lady's SOTU guests: Boston bombing victims & NBA's Jason Collins

At the State of the Union address, first lady Michelle Obama will sit with two survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing and former NBA player Jason Collins, the first American in a major team sport to..
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Doves released at Vatican attacked by crow and seagull

At the Vatican, Pope Francis called for an end to violence in the Ukraine before releasing two white doves as a symbol of peace. Moments later, a black crow and a seagull attacked the doves in front of..
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Super Bowl snow dress rehearsal: 1,300 workers shovel out MetLife Stadium

Workers cleared tons of snow from MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. Charlie Rose reports.
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CBS poll: Americans split on Obama job performance

A CBS News poll shows 46 percent of Americans approve of the president's job performance and 47 percent disapprove. Charlie Rose reports.
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Christie investigation: FBI interviews Hoboken mayor's aides

The FBI is investigating new charges of political payback by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Sources tell CBS News that agents interviewed two top aides to Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer. Charlie Rose..
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Author discusses controversial biography of Fox News chairman

Author Gabriel Sherman explores the career and influence of Fox News CEO Roger Ailes, in an explosive new biography. Norah O'Donnell and Charlie Rose speak with Sherman about what he learned and how..
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Arrest made in arson attack on Chinese consulate

Yan Feng was arrested for the New Year's Eve arson attack on the Chinese consulate in San Francisco. He called the police to turn himself in and claimed he started the fire because he heard voices...
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Yahoo reassures users over malware fears

Yahoo officials are trying to assuage users' fears after ads on their website spread malware to hundreds of thousands of customers. Malware can disrupt a computers operating system, and pose a security..
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Brain-dead teen out of hospital, in mother's care

After a drawn-out court battle, Jahi McMath, a California girl declared brain-dead after a tonsillectomy, has been released to her mother. Charlie Rose reports.
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Oracle CEO Larry Ellison: NSA surveillance is "essential"

Larry Ellison is America's third richest man. His company, Oracle, makes a widely-used database that handles everything from online banking to airline reservations. Charlie Rose spoke to Ellison at his..
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"CBS This Morning" anchor team rings NYSE Closing Bell

"CBS This Morning" co-anchors Charlie Rose, Norah O'Donnell and Gayle King commemorate the show's milestones, including its 500th episode and upcoming second anniversary, by ringing the NYSE Closing..
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Amazon's Jeff Bezos looks to the future

Amazon is the world's largest online retailer, serving 225M customers worldwide. What's next for the company that prides itself on disrupting tradition? Charlie Rose interviews Amazon CEO and founder..
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The Giving Pledge: A new club for billionaires

Membership comes with just two requirements: You must be worth at least a billion dollars and be willing to give half of that away. Charlie Rose reports.
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Donna Tartt: "I've tried to write faster and I don't really enjoy it"

Author Donna Tartt writes one novel every decade and her newest book "The Goldfinch" has been named Amazon's Book of the Year. "The Goldfinch," a 17th century painting by Dutch artist Carel Fabritius,..
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Viewer comments on "Amazon"

In the mail: Lesley Stahl reads comments on Charlie Rose's look inside the retail giant Amazon with its founder Jeff Bezos.
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How soon can you expect drone deliveries?

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos revealed "Prime Air" -- a drone delivery system that he hopes could deliver packages in 30 minutes -- to Charlie Rose in an interview for "60 Minutes." Bezos hopes to have the..
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Ukraine's president backtracks amid continuing protests

Thousands of protesters have demanded Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovich's ouster. They're angry about his decision to scuttle an agreement strengthening ties with Europe. But now, Yanukovich has..
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Amazon CEO unveils drone delivery concept

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos shares his company's latest innovation - a delivery drone know as an Octocopter. Charlie Rose reports on the unmanned devices, which are still several years away from being in..
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Bezos recalls Amazon's riskiest move

Jeff Bezos, Amazon's founder and CEO, tells Charlie Rose why he once handed over 20 percent of the company and what he got in return. Bezos says, "Lot of people did very well in that deal."
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Amtrak train derails in S.C., stranding hundreds

Hundreds of Amtrak passengers are still on-board an Amtrak train Monday morning after it derailed overnight near Spartanburg, South Carolina. Charlie Rose reports.
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JFK grandson speaks at memorial dinner

John "Jack" Schlossberg, the grandson of President Kennedy, introduced President Obama at a dinner honoring his grandfather. The 20-year-old son of Caroline Kennedy campaigned for President Obama..
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Italy's Mt. Etna erupts, no evacuations ordered

Europe's most active volcano, Italy's Mt. Etna, began erupting over the weekend. Charlie Rose reports.
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Two Colo. miners killed from carbon monoxide poisoning

Investigators are looking for the source of carbon monoxide that killed two Colorado miners Sunday. Nineteen other workers were hospitalized. Charlie Rose reports.
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Watch: Typhoon Haiyan storm surge captured on video

A new video taken by an aid worker from the top floor of a boarding house shows the storm's destructive power. Charlie Rose reports on the relief effort in Tacloban, Phillipines.
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WWII vet honored by hundreds at funeral

Hundreds of strangers attended the funeral of British World War II veteran Harold Percival after veterans were asked to come and stand up for him following an obituary written by a funeral director...
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Reluctant Star

Actress Jodie Foster has a long history of guarding the intimate details of her life -- she's been in TV and film since the age of 3. Charlie Rose profiles Foster, a reluctant star who calls fame her..
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Charlie Rose admits to 'inappropriate' workplace relationships: 'No one seemed to object'

According to recent court documents, Charlie Rose admitted to flirting with female co-anchors and multiple workplace relationships through his career.
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Preview: Star-Struck

Neil deGrasse Tyson tells Charlie Rose about his fascination with the universe and his own personal journey to reignite interest in the great beyond. Watch Rose's profile on Sunday, July 26 at 7 p.m...
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Who is Larry David?

"Who the hell knows," the TV and comedy star tells Charlie Rose in a hilarious and revealing 60 Minutes interview that Larry says he didn't want to do in the first place.
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Preview: TED Talks

The lecture series has become one of the Internet's most powerful platforms -- spreading ideas through the stories of remarkable people. Charlie Rose reports on Sunday, August 9 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
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What does Putin admire most about the U.S.?

Russian President Vladimir Putin tells Charlie Rose what he thinks is a key to America's success. The rare interview with the Russian leader will air on the 48th season premiere of 60 Minutes, Sunday,..
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Putin says he's not a "czar"

What does Russian President Vladimir Putin think about being called a "czar"? He tells Charlie Rose the label doesn't fit. Rose's wide-ranging interview with Putin will air on the 48th season premiere..
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Putin voices support for Assad

Russian President Vladimir Putin says that to avoid another Libya, Syrian President Assad must stay in power. Charlie Rose interviews the Russian leader on the 48th season premiere of 60 Minutes,..
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President Putin, part one

At a time of icy relations with the U.S., Russian President Vladimir Putin gives a rare - and surprising - interview to 60 Minutes. Charlie Rose reports.
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Inside Apple, part one

The technology giant's CEO, Tim Cook, addresses issues concerning his company including encryption technology, corporate taxes, and manufacturing products in China. Charlie Rose reports.
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Hamilton, part one

60 Minutes director's cut of "Hamilton" offers more on the Broadway smash and may be last chance to see Lin-Manuel Miranda before he steps down. Charlie Rose reports.
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The Prime Minister

Italy's prime minister, Matteo Renzi, tells Charlie Rose his country is "only a museum" stuck in the past, as he tries to radically change its future.
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The Pope's Choir

Charlie Rose meets the members and the maestro of the Pope's Choir to report on how they achieve their celestial sound.
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Danger and beauty of a lesser-known style of horse racing

When filming the sport of timber racing, it helps to know the turf. 60 Minutes' resident horsewoman joins Charlie Rose on the course
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America's Steeplechase

Charlie Rose goes to horse country to report on the century-old tradition of "timber racing," an exhilarating and dangerous sport characterized by steep jumps.
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Breitbart's editor: "We admit that we have a worldview"

Charlie Rose pays a visit to the Breitbart newsroom, where editor Alex Marlow says the conservative news organization's power comes from its "worldview"
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Bannon on Trump's biggest mistake

President Trump's former strategist tells Charlie Rose that had Comey not been fired, the Mueller investigation would not have happened
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Steve Bannon

Steve Bannon, Trump's ex-chief strategist, tells 60 Minutes why he's out at the White House and criticizes the GOP for not supporting the president. "They're gonna be held accountable," he says...
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