CBS News announced this morning that Gayle King will stay as co-anchor of CBS This Morning, joined by Anthony Mason and Tony Dokoupil, while John Dickerson moves to 60 Minutes and O'Donnell takes over from Glor as anchor of CBS Evening News. Glor, who ascended to anchor of CBS Evening News in December 2017, is in negotiations for a new role at CBS News. The massive shakeup represents the first big bet by new CBS News president Susan Zirinsky. As Variety notes, both CBS This Morning and CBS Evening News have been mired in third place for years. Starting this summer, O'Donnell will serve as managing editor and anchor of CBS Evening News, which will move from New York City to Washington, D.C., where her husband owns a chain of restaurants. “We are going to crush it like a popsicle,” King said in CBS This Morning's announcement this morning. O'Donnell will become the third woman to be a solo anchor a network evening news broadcast, following in the footsteps of CBS Evening News' Katie Couric and ABC World News Tonight's Diane Sawyer. "Moving the CBS Evening News to Washington adds to the importance and stature of the broadcast and will give CBS News unique access to top lawmakers, whose decisions have a profound impact on all Americans," CBS News said in a statement. “This is a start of a new era for CBS News,” added Zirinsky. “Our job is to reveal America to itself through original reporting, strong investigative journalism and powerful political coverage.” ALSO: King and O'Donnell deny Page Six's report of "beef" between them.