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The GRAMMYs and CBS are throwing quite a Christmas bash—and now Sam Smith and Big Sean will join the party.
Ahead of its release, there have been questions about what’s left out of the book “All Things Possible.”
The Commissioner told Norah O’Donnell that “no one in the NFL, to my knowledge” had seen a new video of what happened between Ray Rice and his now-wife until it was posted online.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell spoke out for the first time Tuesday about the growing outrage over the Ray Rice scandal.
Best-selling author Michael Lewis told “60 Minutes” that super fast, computerized stock trading now controls more than half the market and raises the costs of stocks for everyday investors.
When it comes to shoes, most women love them, and some even say they’re obsessed with them. But what is more important when it comes to footwear: sex appeal or comfort?
Performers like Matthew Broderick, Harvey Fierstein, Kristen Chenoweth, Nathan Lane and Glenn Close are featured in the multimedia project.
Weeks after video of a road rage attack in Manhattan by a bunch of bikers on the driver of an SUV went viral, a second undercover police officer has come forward.
In an interview on “CBS This Morning,” Syrian President Bashar Assad says, “You should expect everything.”
“I would say he did not come clean in the manner that I expected,” Oprah said Tuesday on “CBS This Morning.” “I was surprised.”
While the two sides are far apart on many key issues, they were able to set up an agreement on the issue of backup officials, according to Albert Breer of NFL.com.
Appearing on “CBS This Morning” co-host Charlie Rose’s PBS program Tuesday night, Baldwin said the photographer was the aggressor and that he didn’t hit anyone.
“Juries like to know the “why,” John Miller explained. “And there’s something missing in this story here. It’s very unlikely that he just lured a boy down into the basement with a soda and killed him for the simple thrill of it.”
Catholic groups are livid over the compromise, calling President Barack Obama’s move a “ploy” that “adds insult to injury.”
The president ducked questions about the contraception controversy Thursday. The reason may be the latest attack from Archbishop Dolan, who, sources said, feels he was stabbed in the back by Obama after the two met to discuss the issue.