"Candy Crush" Going Live Sunday Night On CBSFrom mobile video game to addicting past time, now "Candy Crush" is going live-action. The new CBS game show premiers Sunday night.
James Corden Takes 'Late Late Show' To London"The Late Late Show" host James Corden returns to his hometown of London for a series of shows celebrating his roots and showing support for a nation repeatedly hit by terrorism in recent days. CBS News' Teri Okita reports.
Princess Diana Remembered In 2-Hour SpecialNearly 20 years after her death, the world remains intrigued with Princess Diana. Gayle King takes a closer look.
Versace Murder: 20 Years Later48 Hours' Richard Schlesinger talks about the murder of the famous fashion designer in Miami 20 years ago and the killing spree of gunman Andrew Cunanan.
48 Hours: Resident EvilCBS' Jim Alexrod reports.
'The Talk' Wins Outstanding Talk Show EmmyCBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Zedd: Kesha Deserves To Release New Music After Legal BattleZedd is speaking out about his experience working with Kesha and what he thinks of her new single, “Praying.” On 92.3 AMP Radio, the DJ tells Toro how excited he is that Kesha is “back.” “I can’t imagine what that feels like, to be an artist and not be allowed to release music,” Zedd said. The duo collaborated on the single “True Colors” in the midst of her legal battle.
Beyonce Fans Upset Over Her Wax Museum FigureThe Bey Hive is buzzing over Beyonce's new wax figure. Many fans are not "Crazy in Love" saying it looks nothing like the singer.
Material Girl Upset Over Memorabilia Up For Sale In Online AuctionThe online auction got underway wednesday, selling items once owned by music superstars including Madonna. But the Material Girl is not happy about it, and has gone to court to pull certain things from the auction. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
Armstrong's Moon Bag Auctioned OffThe bag Neil Armstrong used to collect moon dust sold at a New York auction for just over $1.8 million.
Cops: Thieves Use Child As DiversionTwo women are accused of using a little girl to do their dirty work, robbing multiple stores in Hudson County, New Jersey. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Queens Tennis Courts In DisarraySome neighbors in Queens say they're getting a backhand smash from the city parks department, which they claim has left their tennis courts in disarray. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.