Indiana Officer Pulls Over Driver Going Too Slowly In Left LaneAn Indiana State Police Officer went viral over the weekend for pulling over a car that was traveling too slowly in the left lane, creating a 20 car back-up.
Who Will Win Big At Tonight's Oscars?Christian Blauvelt, Deputy Editor for BBC Culture, stopped by to offer up a few predictions.
Recipe: Oscars-Inspired Dinner Fit For A Movie StarChef Marc Sherry, owner of Old Homestead Steakhouse in the Meatpacking District, stopped by the CBS2 studio on Sunday to cook up a meal worthy of an Oscar itself.
Leonardo DiCaprio Gets Homemade Oscar From Russian FansCome what may at the Academy Awards, Leonardo DiCaprio will have an Oscar — or at least a close replica of the coveted statue.
Rev. Al Sharpton Plans Oscars Protest In Hollywood Over Lack Of DiversityThe Rev. Al Sharpton has announced plans to stage a rally on Sunday prior to the Oscars to protest a lack of diversity in Hollywood.
Cate Blanchett To Make Broadway Debut In Classic Chekhov PlayThe Oscar winner and Academy Award nominee this year for "Carol'' will star in "The Present'' opposite Richard Roxburgh in NYC next winter.
Rev. Al Sharpton Calls For Boycott Of Academy Awards Over Lack Of DiversityGrowing calls for a boycott of the Academy Awards over the lack of diversity among this year's Oscar nominees are forcing stars to choose sides.
85th Academy Award Nominees
Tri-Staters, 9/11 Tale, Among Nominees For 84th Annual Academy AwardsDirectors Martin Scorcese and Woody Allen and actress Rooney Mara have received nominations for the 84th annual Academy Awards.
S.I. 5th Grade Chorus Returns Home After OscarsAfter hitting the high notes in Hollywood, the fifth grade chorus at P.S. 22 in Staten Island was getting a happy homecoming.
2011 Oscars Red Carpet FashionOur colleagues at CBSLosAngeles were all over the red carpet at the 2011 Oscars.
2011 Oscars: Best And Worst Dressed Our colleagues at CBSLosAngeles put together a terrific slideshow showcasing the best and worst of 2011 Oscar fashions.