Maggie Rodriguez Brings La Raza Perspective to CBS

A cover story in the June edition of Latino Magazine, discussed CBS Early Show co-host Maggie Rodriguez's efforts to "...educate her peers on how to be cognizant of Latino viewers, by pushing ...

CBS Wonders About Possible John Edwards Comeback

CBS Early Show co-host Maggie Rodriguez wondered on Friday: "Lots of politicians get caught having affairs, as you know. The trick, though, is making a comeback. It's happened before, but the ...

ABC, CBS Grill Obama Aide on Health Care and Government Regulations

ABC and CBS's morning shows on Wednesday both provided surprisingly tough questioning to Christina Romer, one of Barack Obama's economic advisors. On the issue of health care, Good Morning America ...

CBS Fawns Over Obama Date Night in NYC, Excuses Cost

On Monday, CBS Early Show co-host Maggie Rodriguez gushed over the Obamas' "date night" in New York City: "...this is something that he promised her...It is sweet...they're beautiful." On Tuesday, ...

CBS's Rodriguez: Catholic Church Too 'Stringent,' Should Be 'More Progressive'

While reporting on disgraced priest Alberto Cutie leaving the Catholic Church in the wake of a sex scandal, on Friday's CBS Early Show, Maggie Rodriguez asked Father Thomas Williams about the ...

Media Let Culture Wars Cloud 'American Idol' Win

Networks and print usually love tales of underdogs – unless they're heterosexual Christian underdogs.

CBS's Rodriguez Grills Miss CA: Are You Being 'Hypocritical'?

On Wednesday's CBS Early Show co-host Maggie Rodriguez interrogated Miss California Carrie Prejean, wondering if the beauty queen was a hypocrite for standing up for Christian values.

Miss RI: Miss California Being Attacked for Stance for Traditional Marriage

CBS finally asks somebody the right question in regards to Carrie Prejean.

'The Early Show' Uses Palin Drama to Bash Abstinence

As Bristol speaks out for abstinence, CBS focuses on Levi Johnston's disagreement with the family.

CBS: Embryonic Stem Cells Could Provide 'An Unlimited Supply of Blood'

Correspondent, scientist avoid discussing the destruction of human life necessary for research to take place.
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