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  • Annie Leibovitz reflects on touring with The Rolling Stones
    Photographer Annie Leibovitz has built a portfolio that could serve as a chronicle of American culture. She began her career in 1970 as a photojournalist for iconic counterculture magazine Rolling Stone and went on to shoot some of the world's most iconic portraits. Leibovitz tells "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose about the time she […]
  • Jeremy Piven on playing an anti-hero in "Wisdom of the Crowd"
    Emmy-winner Jeremy Piven played hot-tempered power agent Ari Gold on HBO's "Entourage." Now he's taking on a much more serious role in the new CBS drama, "Wisdom of the Crowd," as a wealthy tech entrepreneur torn to pieces over his daughter's murder. He believes the wrong man went to prison so he invents a real-time […]
  • Kevin Spacey's apology panned by other gay actors
    Backlash over Kevin Spacey's response to sexual misconduct allegations is growing. The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is revoking Spacey's 2017 International Emmy Founders Award. Spacey apologized to actor Anthony Rapp and in the same statement came out as gay. Jericka Duncan reports.
  • Kevin Spacey is latest Hollywood figure accused of sexual misconduct
    Academy Award-winning star Kevin Spacey commented on the allegation, apologized for his behavior and then said he now chooses to live as a gay man. His apology seems to have backfired. Jericka Duncan reports.
  • Something in Common: Kevin James and Leah Remini
    Kevin James and Leah Remini joined forces on the popular CBS comedy, "The King of Queens," for nine seasons. Now they've reunited for "Kevin Can Wait" on CBS where they play former police partners. We asked them to interview each other for our ongoing series, Something in Common.
  • "Stranger Things" gets even stranger in season 2
    The second season of "Stranger Things" is now streaming on Netflix. The Netflix original began last season as a cult hit and grew into an Emmy-nominated phenomenon. CBS News contributor Jamie Wax joined CBSN to discuss the new season.
  • Michael J. Fox's fight against Parkinson's
    Actor Michael J. Fox is known to millions for the "Back to the Future" films and the TV series "Family Ties" and "Spin City." But for the past two decades it's been his battle with Parkinson's disease, and his search for a cure, that may have generated the most attention. Looking back, he tells anchor […]
  • Remembering Charles Kuralt
    Fifty years ago Charles Kuralt set out "On The Road" to find news of a different stripe. Steve Hartman looks back at the man behind countless unforgettable stories, and talks with Izzy Bleckman, Kuralt's cameraman, who also drove the RV that brought cameras to parts of America that were rarely seen on TV.
  • Horror movie master John Carpenter
    The filmmaker who is king of things that go bump in the night is a musical master of horror as well. Lee Cowan talks with director-composer John Carpenter, whose next film is a "real" sequel to his classic 1978 horror film "Halloween," with returning star Jamie Lee Curtis.
  • What's new in magic?
    Magicians have a long tradition of misdirection, but some are breaking with our expectations of this most astonishing theatrical art. Nancy Giles talks to some of today's leading illusionists, including Jonathan Bayme, Dan White, Ron Carnell, and blind magician Richard Turner, and tries her hand at some card tricks.