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Charlie Rose Posts New Interview With Warren Buffett Four Years After CBS Firing

Charlie Rose has returned to the public sphere more than four years after he was let go from his eponymous PBS series and CBS This Morning in light of allegations of sexual misconduct. Rose on Thursday posted a sit-down interview that he conducted with Warren Buffett to Substack. This was the first interview on his Charlie […]

Charlie Rose Compelled to Answer Questions About Workplace Complaints

He won't have to discuss his tax returns, money he may owe Bloomberg and conversations between himself and his attorneys.

Charlie Rose Resurfaces to Pen Tribute to Cicely Tyson Via Email

Days after the actress' death, Rose offered a tribute to the acting legend, his first significant public missive since losing his CBS and PBS gigs due to multiple allegations of sexual harassment. 

Hollywood Docket: ‘Billions’ Battle Could Be Back On

A roundup of Hollywood legal news involving Showtime, 'This Is Spinal Tap,' Macy Gray, Tom McQueen, Kim Kardashian West and more.

Gayle King Explains Why She’s Still Friends With Charlie Rose

Gayle King spoke with The New York Times about why she's still friends with her former 'CBS This Morning' co-host Charlie Rose and how "there must be room for some redemption" for men accused during the #MeToo movement. She later added, "That doesn’t mean I’m discounting what the women are saying."

Charlie Rose Aspen Weekend Improved by Absence of Charlie Rose

This year marked a major change for The Weekend, formerly The Weekend With Charlie Rose — most notably, no Charlie Rose after the anchor faced allegations of sexual misconduct.

Jane Fonda Says Accused Sexual Harassers Shouldn’t Come Back “If They Haven’t Gone Through the Changes”

Jane Fonda on Thursday talked about whether men who were accused of sexual misconduct should be able to make a comeback, as Louis C.K. and others have tried to do, and specifically cited Charlie Rose as an example of someone who hasn't "done the work."

CBS News Chief: It’s “Regrettable” Media Doesn’t Separate Important From Interesting in Trump Era

CBS News Chief David Rhodes opens up about Charlie Rose, his boss Leslie Moonves and how media is adapting to #MeToo.

Charlie Rose Sexual Misconduct Claims More Numerous Than Previously Known (Report)

The Washington Post, which first reported sexual harassment allegations against Rose, published an exposé on Thursday in which it also claimed that three managers were warned about Rose's conduct toward women over a period of 30 years.

Charlie Rose’s Life Now: “Broken,” “Brilliant” and “Lonely”

Before the devastating allegations of sexual misconduct hit, Rose was a legendary man-about-town. Now, the former CBS and PBS star, one of TV’s most feted journalists, is hiding out on Long Island with occasional, mostly disastrous forays into Manhattan: "He’s focusing on trying to understand"

SUNY Revokes Honorary Degree Awarded to Charlie Rose

In light of recent sexual harrassment allegations made against the former CBS and PBS host, the school's board of trustees voted to revoke the doctorate he received in 2014.

John Dickerson Replacing Charlie Rose on ‘CBS This Morning’

Rose was fired by the network on Nov. 21.