The anchor of Russia-1 show 60 Minutes suggested there would be no chance that Alexander Drueke and Andy Huynh could be freed.
Aleksey Zhuravlyov from the Rodina party said it was inconceivable that "a nuclear nation" like Russia could lose the Ukraine war.
The former president has responded to several of Esper's allegations and called him "weak and totally ineffective" during his time as defense secretary.
The former defense secretary told "60 Minutes" firing missiles into Mexico was just one of a number of "dangerous" ideas from the Trump administration.
A former Trump official says the ex-president wanted to bomb Mexican drug cartels. Trump's son suggested it was a good idea.
The team, which has been looking into the mystery for six years, named Jewish businessman Arnold van den Bergh as the person who revealed where she was hiding.
Reality Winner said she was not a traitor and was trying to serve the American people with her document leak.
"So many of us were blindsided, never imagining that a dashing, witty, beloved TV star had such a dark side," Couric wrote.
"I think silence speaks volumes," Petito's mother, Nicole Schmidt, said during the interview with "60 Minutes Australia."
Whistleblower Frances Haugen accused the social network of putting profits before safety after reports claim Instagram knew it was "toxic" for teenage girls.
Facebook said it continues "to make significant improvements to tackle the spread of misinformation and harmful content."
Frances Haugen, who revealed her identity on "60 Minutes," accused Facebook of committing a "betrayal of democracy" by prioritizing profit over public safety.
Secretary of State told CBS News' 60 Minutes his administration inherited immigration system "broken intentionally."
The Oath Keepers extremist militia believes that a global cabal is plotting to strip Americans of their rights.
George W. Bush rode to re-election two months after the bogus segment about him aired. If Gov. DeSantis goes on to be the Republican nominee in 2024, he should thank 60 Minutes in his victory speech.
"They were in Florida for three months, '60 Minutes,' trying to dredge up any dirt they could use to smear me," Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said Monday. "And the best they could come up with is a baseless conspiracy theory that was easily debunked."
"The reporting was not just based on bad information—it was intentionally false," Palm Beach County Mayor Dave Kerner said about Sunday's '60 Minutes' report.
"They're nonsense. It's disinformation. It's undermining confidence in our election," Chris Krebs said of the Trump campaign's claims of widespread voter fraud.
Christopher Krebs, ex-head of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency told CBS "all votes in the United States of America are counted in the United States of America."
"It is one more step in delegitimizing not just the incoming Biden administration, but democracy generally. And that's a dangerous path," Obama said in a new "60 Minutes" interview.
Trump had accused Stahl of "bias, hatred and rudeness" when sharing the CBS interview on his Facebook page.
The nearly three-minute video features journalist Norah O'Donnell questioning if Harris has a "socialist or progressive perspective."
And there's still time for the ratings to grow when Americans watch the news program on their DVRs.
The president posted what he claimed was unedited footage of the interview with Lesly Stahl last week. Last night, CBS News told another story.
The president has criticized the CBS interview, but some commentators did not see things Trump's way.
The president posted what he says is the raw footage from his headline-making talk with Lesley Stahl.
"You said the other day to suburban women, 'Will you please like me, will you please—,'" Stahl said before Trump cut her off, calling her remarks "misleading."
"It will be so good if they end it," Trump said about the Affordable Care Act during his recent interview with "60 Minutes."
Following reports that Trump walked out of a "60 Minutes" interview, Cooper shared a clip from September where she mimed to both Trump and Stahl.
The '(500) Days of Summer' screenwriter gives Lesley Stahl a pass due to her drawing the president's ire.