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  • Author and showrunner Jenny Han on her successful book series, which is now a TV show
    Bestselling author Jenny Han joins "CBS Mornings" to share what it was like being the showrunner for the new Prime Video TV show "The Summer I Turned Pretty," inspired by her novels. She also talks about how she helped put together a hit soundtrack and what's next for the show's second season.
  • Stars criticize Roe v. Wade decision at BET Awards
    "It's about time we talk about the fact that guns have more rights than a woman. It's a sad day in America," said the show's host, Taraji P. Henson.
  • Judge John Hodgman rules on Phish concerts, tipping, cellphone etiquette and more
    John Hodgman, the host of the popular podcast "Judge John Hodgman," joins "CBS Mornings" to settle some hot disputes, including questions about Phish concerts, cellphone etiquette and chips on sandwiches.
  • Author V.E. Schwab on writing monsters to help her readers fight real life
    CBS News spoke with Schwab about her upcoming big-screen projects and how writing for "an audience of one" changed her life forever.
  • Sean "Diddy" Combs gets highest honor at BET Awards
    In accepting the Lifetime Achievement Award, the music mogul invoked the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., saying "I got this dream" for Black people.
  • Toto, to "Africa" and beyond
    Since 1982 the song "Africa" has become a worldwide sensation – one of a string of hits that Toto has had over the last 40-plus years. The band's founding members Steve Lukather and David Paich, along with longtime singer Joseph Williams – serious musicians who don't take themselves too seriously – talk with Turner Classic […]
  • Passage: In memoriam
    "Sunday Morning" remembers some of the notable figures who left us this week, including James Rado, co-creator of the Broadway musical "Hair."
  • The trailblazing Peggy Lee
    Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Peggy Lee (1920-2002), known for such hits as "Fever" and "Is That All There Is," demonstrated an alluring command over an audience with her sultry voice and precise stagecraft. Correspondent Mo Rocca talks with biographer Peter Richmond and with Lee's granddaughter, Holly Foster-Wells, about the singer's artistry, and her rise from a painful […]
  • Inside Henri Matisse's "The Red Studio"
    Henri Matisse's landmark painting "The Red Studio" documented the artworks displayed in his workspace just outside Paris as it existed in 1911. For the first time since then, almost all the individual pieces depicted in his painting have been reunited for an installation at New York's Museum of Modern Art. Correspondent Rita Braver reports.
  • Peggy Lee: Master of cool
    With her sultry voice and precise stagecraft, the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter, known for hits like "Is That All There Is" and "Fever," exerted an alluring command over her audience as a writer-vocalist of jazz, pop and torch songs.