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On the new CBS drama "The Good Wife," Alicia Florrick (played by Julianna Margulies), is an attorney turned dutiful political wife whose husband's sex tape with a prostitute lands him in prison and her back in the workforce.
By PBS NewsHour
A federal appeals court on Monday overturned a decision to fine against CBS Corp. $550,000 for the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show that ended with Janet Jackson's "wardrobe malfunction."…
By PBS NewsHour
CBS News forced three staffers to resign and fired a fourth Monday following the release of an independent review into a disputed 60 Minutes Wednesday report about President Bush's National Guard service.
Veteran CBS News anchor Dan Rather announced Tuesday he will step down on March 9, the 24th anniversary of inheriting the job from Walter Cronkite.
The media giant Viacom Inc. announced Tuesday that Mel Karmazin has resigned as president and chief operating officer.
Don Hewitt, the 80-year-old creator of CBS' 60 Minutes who has run the program for 35 years, announced Monday he will step down as executive producer in June 2004.
After weeks of speculation and debate, David Letterman announced Monday he had agreed to stay on CBS for another five years. The move ends efforts by ABC to woo the late-night talk show host to their network.
The slumping stock market and declining ad revenues continue to fuel Internet layoffs.
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