CBS NEWS TO PROVIDE SPECIAL COVERAGE OF PRESIDENT BIDEN'S FIRST FOREIGN TRIP AS COMMANDER IN CHIEF
Norah O'Donnell To Anchor CBS News’ Coverage and Special Broadcasts of “CBS Evening News”
Live from Geneva
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki To Join “CBS This Morning” Today, June 10
CBS News will offer comprehensive coverage and original reporting across all platforms as President Joe Biden embarks on his first international trip as commander in chief.
CBS Evening News Anchor and Managing Editor Norah O’Donnell will lead CBS News’ coverage of the historic first summit between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, including special broadcasts of the CBS EVENING NEWS from Geneva, Switzerland.
A team of CBS News journalists will contribute to the special coverage including CBS News’ Chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes as she travels with President Biden, and CBS News’ senior foreign correspondent Liz Palmer from London.
CBS News Special Reports will air throughout the week on the CBS Television Network and stream on CBSN, CBS News’ 24/7 free streaming news service.
Additional CBS News coverage includes:
FACE THE NATION’s Sunday, June 13 broadcast will feature CBS News chief political analyst and senior national correspondent John Dickerson’s interviews with key newsmakers shaping the Biden administration’s approach to global engagement as well as other foreign perspectives.
CBS THIS MORNING will provide comprehensive coverage and feature interviews with key newsmakers including White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Thursday, June 10. Additionally, CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams will report on the continuing conflict between Ukraine and Russia, the only active war in Europe.
CBSN, the 24/7 streaming news network, will carry extensive coverage of President Biden’s first trip abroad and will provide robust foreign policy reporting and analysis of the latest developments during the duration of the President’s travel to the U.K., Brussels and his bilateral meeting with Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin in Geneva.
CBS NEWS RADIO will cover the President’s trip with correspondent Vicki Barker in the United Kingdom, reporter Teri Schultz in Brussels, White House correspondent Steven Portnoy in Geneva, plus a team of journalists in Washington. The Network will provide special anchored broadcasts for key moments and events.
CBS NEWSPATH, CBS News’ newsgathering organization providing news and information to 200+ affiliates nationwide and to broadcasters around the world, will feature extensive coverage and digital content on President Biden's trip. Correspondents Natalie Brand and Skyler Henry will report from Washington, D.C.