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Parent organizationWestinghouse
HeadquartersCBS Building, New York City
TypeBroadcast television network (1941–present) Radio network (1927–present)
SloganAmerica's Most Watched NetworkOnly CBS


Nugan Hand Bank

Full article: Nugan Hand Bank

On 22 September 1982, Bob Shieffer introduced a 4 minute CBS reported on the collapse of the Nugan Hand Bank, which aired some of its CIA connections, including as a role in laundering money earned by shipping heroin from the Golden triangle.[1]

September 11

Full article: 9-11/George Washington Bridge plot

“Two suspects are in FBI custody after a truckload of explosives were discovered around the George Washington Bridge. That bridge links New York to New Jersey over the Hudson River. Whether the discovery of those explosives has anything to do with other events today is unclear, but the FBI, has two suspects in hand, said the truckload of explosives, enough explosives were in the truck to do great damage to the George Washington Bridge.”
Dan Rather [2]

The Strange Case of Kurt Sonnenfeld

On 21 November 2015, CBS' 48 Hours looked at the 2002 death of Kurt Sonnenfeld's first wife, Nancy Sonnenfeld in Denver, Colorado, in an episode entitled The Strange Case of Kurt Sonnenfeld.[3][4]


Jim HOft for the Gateway Pundit headlined a March 2020 article: CBS News Caught Using Footage from an Italian Hospital to Describe Conditions in New York City.[5]