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Charlie Rose interview with Syrian president airs Monday

Charlie Rose sat down with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Sunday in Damascus in an interview that will air Monday on PBS and CBS News. It’s al-Assad’s first American TV interview in two years.

Rose called in to Face the Nation on Sunday morning to preview the interview, telling Bob Schieffer that al-Assad denied that he had anything to do with a chemical weapons attack last month.

President Obama will tape six interviews about Syria on Monday with ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, CNN, and Fox, all of which will also air Monday night.

Watch the Rose preview below:

'Good Morning America' pulls away in ratings as 'Today' sinks

Even as Good Morning America solidifies its status as the most popular morning program, ABC isn’t the only network where executives have been smiling lately.

The CBS This Morning broadcast is actually growing at a faster rate, according to the Nielsen ratings company’s measurement of viewers during May. The CBS telecast, though, remains in third place behind Good Morning America and NBC’s struggling Today show.

It’s a remarkable time of viewer experimentation at a time of day when habits are often difficult to break. That has to be encouraging to CNN, which premieres its New Day morning program in two weeks.

During a newsy month, Good Morning America averaged 5.7 million viewers, up 10 percent from 2012. Its nearly million-viewer lead over Today, at 4.78 million, represents a dramatic shift; in May 2012, the two telecasts were nearly tied, with Today holding a slight lead. READ FULL STORY


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