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'He Wanted To Be President': Author Eleanor Randolph On 'The Many Lives Of Michael Bloomberg'The Simon & Schuster author explores the legacy of former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg in her new book.
'Border Wars: Inside Trump's Assault On Immigration' Authors Michael D. Shear, Julie Hirschfeld Davis Reveal Details From Inside West WingThe New York Times reporters take readers behind the scenes of the making of the Trump administration's controversial immigration policy.
Actor Josh Pais On 'Ray Donovan', 'Joker,' Alec BaldwinThe actor discusses his experiences with some of the best in Hollywood and the new season of "Ray Donovan" on Showtime.
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Dr. Phil On His Mission After 3,000 Episodes: 'If Somebody Is Looking For Help, We Want Them To Know How To Find It'
Violett Beane Talks 'God Friended Me' Season 2 On CBSBeane discusses what fans can expect in season two of the show and what it was like to film in Paris.
'This Season We Are Getting A Little Deeper': Javicia Leslie On Season 2 Of CBS' 'God Friended Me'The actor explains what it's like to play a gay character on TV and what fans can expect for season 2 of the CBS hit drama.
'You Don't Pull Up A Chair To That Table And Be Wimpy': Marie Osmond On 'The Talk' & Music CareerThe singer and host discusses her new role on "The Talk" and her favorite memories from performing with her brother Donny.
'I Can't Believe I Get To Be One Of The First Protagonist Arab Muslims': Zeeko Zaki On CBS' 'FBI' & Dick WolfThe star of CBS's hit drama discusses the new season of the show and what it means to be an Egyptian man in a leading role.
'Great That Show Caught Some Legs': Cedric The Entertainer On CBS's The NeighborhoodThe actor and comedian discusses what fans can expect on season two of his sitcom.
'People That Look Like Us And Are Women Should Be The Norm': Authors Antoinette Clarke & Tricia Clarke-Stone On 'Double Down'The twin sisters explain why everyone needs to find their super power in their new book.
'Elvis Brought Rock & Roll To Las Vegas': Author Richard Zoglin On 'Elvis in Vegas: How the King Reinvented The Las Vegas Show'A new Simon & Schuster book takes a look at how Sin City impacted Elvis at the beginning and end of his career.
'It's Not Easy To Make A League Last': Ice Cube Talks Big 3, Dr. Dre, And John SingletonThe legendary artist and actor discusses his career, working with Dr. Dre, and year three of the Big 3 basketball league.
'Playing With The Knicks Is Different': Kenyon Martin On NBA Career, Playing For Knicks & Nets, And Big 3Martin discusses his time with the Knicks and Nets and his wild journey to the NBA.
‘It Was Operating Like A Cult’: Author Gabriel Sherman Talks New Showtime Series On Roger Ailes, ‘The Loudest Voice’Sherman discusses how his book and investigative worked got turned into the new Showtime limited series about Roger Ailes and Fox News.
'The Show Breaks Through Some Barriers': Bojana Novakovic On 'Instinct', Alan Cumming, 'I, Tonya'Novakovic previews season two of "Instinct" and shares her favorite moments working with Alan Cumming.
'You See The Complexity Of The Black Man In Today's Era': Curtiss Cook On 'The Chi', Steven SpielbergCook discusses season two of "The Chi" on Showtime and what it has been like working with Steven Spielberg on "West Side Story."
'We Did Not Expect To Be Successful': Penn & Teller On Career, Creating Magic Tricks, CW Show 'Penn & Teller: Fool Us'The dyamic duo discusses their rise and process for creating new magic tricks.
'He Was Not Born For It, He Was Made For It': Filmmakers Assaf Swissa & Kyler Schelling On '100%: Julian Edelman'The filmmakers behind "100%: Julian Edelman" discuss Edelman's rise to Super Bowl MVP and his life off the field.
'There Is A Part Of Us In Every Character': Annabelle Wallis On 'The Loudest Voice', Russell Crowe, Roger AilesWallis shares her experience on the Showtime limited series that dives into the world of Roger Ailes and Fox News.
'I'm Really Comfortable With Discomfort': Howie Mandel Talks Comedy Career, 'Deal Or No Deal', Mental HealthMandel shares stories from his comedy career and opens up about his mental health struggles.
Lauren E. Banks Talks 'City On A Hill', Working With Kevin Bacon & Aldis HodgeBanks discusses her experience working with Kevin Bacon and Aldis Hodge and what she learned about Boston in the 1990s.
'Going To The Moon Became A Tribute To JFK's Dream': Author Charles Fishman On Apollo 11, Book 'One Giant Leap'Fishman's new book takes a deep dive into the hundreds of thousands of people that helped Apollo 11 get to the moon.
'This Is The Role As An Actor You Dream About': Sanaa Lathan On 'The Twilight Zone' And 'Love & Basketball'Lathan discusses her role in "The Twilight Zone" on CBS All Access and shares stories from her iconic role in "Love & Basketball."
'The Suspension Was Harsh': Metta World Peace Still Stung By 'Malice At The Palace'; Talks New Showtime Doc 'A Quiet Storm'The man formerly known as Ron Artest discusses The Malice At The Palace, winning an NBA title, and his new documentary "Quiet Storm: The Ron Artest Story."
'Nobody Likes Us Getting Ripped Off By Big Corporations': Judge Alex Ferrer Talks 'Whistlerblower' On CBSFerrer previews a new episode of "Whistleblower" on Friday and shares his incredible story of going from a 19-year-old cop to a syndicated TV judge.
'I Talked To Tony Robbins And A Dominatrix': 'Billions' Matriarch Maggie Siff On Complexities Of Wendy RhoadesSiff previews the final three episodes of "Billions" and explains why she loves playing Wendy Rhoades.
Scott Pelley Touts Power Of Media In ‘Truth Worth Telling’: ‘There’s No Democracy Without Journalism’The legendary 60 Minutes correspondent discuses his new book and the lessons he learned from Walter Cronkite.
'The Big Bang Theory' Ends Historic 12-Season Run On CBSIn a bittersweet ending, the show signed off after 279 episodes. It was the longest running multi-camera sitcom in television history.