Charlie Rose was "the best person we could have picked to play Charlie Rose," Vince Gilligan says
Bashar Assad criticized President Barack Obama's administration, saying they're presenting false allegations of chemical warfare to the American public
Great interviewing advice: "The windup is not as necessary as you might think. It is, in the end, the pitch that makes the difference."
President tells Charlie Rose that the U.S. must balance right to privacy with intelligence gathering
Rose will draw on conversations from his nightly PBS program and new insightful perspectives from around the world on the new Friday night series
Soledad O'Brien, Ashleigh Banfield and Zoraida Sambolin will anchor
Made famous by Edward R. Murrow, the interview show dates back to the 1950s
It will try to reverse years of low ratings with an injection of new but experienced talent