Oprah Winfrey took an emotional tour of her exhibit at the National Museum of African American History and Culture on "CBS This Morning."
John Oliver had some fun with CBS's Gayle King for her coverage of the royal wedding, Bishop Michael Curry's sermon, and Queen Elizabeth's understanding of love.
After the public's support for rapper Meek Mill's release, he was able to get out on probation, but as he says, this wouldn’t be the same for everyone.
A day after former Michigan State University sports doctor Larry Nassar was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison for molesting gymnasts and other athletes, some of his victims appeared on network morning shows Thursday, showing little sympathy for his fate.
Dylan Farrow, daughter of Mia Farrow, has given her first television interview to Gayle King of “CBS This Morning.”
In a short preview of Thursday's interview with Dylan Farrow, "CBS This Morning" aired a clip of co-host Gayle King asking Farrow whether she wants to “bring down” her father Woody Allen by resurrected decades-old charges of childhood sexual abuse.
Former Today co-host Ann Curry told CBS This Morning today that she was not surprised by the allegations of sexual harassment behind the downfall and November ouster of her former on-air colleague Matt Lauer.
Before he wrote the scores for movies including "Gladiator," "The Lion King," for which he won an Oscar, and most recently "Dunkirk," Hans Zimmer played the synthesizer for the Buggles. The Buggles' "Video Killed the Radio Star" happens to be the first video ever to play on MTV.
HBO's “Veep” returns Sunday, and you’ll have to watch to see the full glorious yet ignominious scale of Selina Meyers’s second act.
Prince had a lot of fans, but Dave Chappelle was one of the lucky ones who actually forged a friendship with the music superstar. “He was real kind to me,” shared Chappelle. The “Raspberry Beret” singer was also kind to Chappelle’s sister, who was the first person in his family to own a Prince record and attend a live performance by the Grammy-winning artist.
CBS Reporter Defends Question That Made President Obama Bristle President Barack Obama’s response to a CBS reporter’s question during his press conference on the Iran nuclear deal on Wednesday has been getting a lot of attention. Reporter Major Garrett asked the President about four American citizens who are currently being held hostage in Iran and why their release wasn’t part of the agreement, asking, “Can you tell the country, sir, why you are content with all the fanfare around this deal to leave the conscious, the strength of this nation unaccounted for in relation to these 4 Americans? President Obama rebuked Garrett, saying, "The notion that I’m content as I celebrate with American citizens languishing in Iranian jails, Major that’s nonsense. Garrett defended his question the next day on CBS This Morning, “The President believed I was suggesting he was content with the Americans’ captivity.
George Clooney sat down with Charlie Rose and talked about how he proposed to his wife Amal even though the two never talked about getting married. "There wasn't a 'maybe we should get married.' I dropped it on her," said Clooney. And from the sounds of it, Amal may have made the superstar plead his case, with George recalling, "I've been on my knee for about 28 minutes so, I've got to get an answer out of this or I’m gonna throw a hip out."