Actor Morgan Freeman Apologizes After Being Accused Of Sexual Harassment, Inappropriate BehaviorOscar-winning actor Morgan Freeman apologized on Thursday to anyone who may have felt "uncomfortable or disrespected" by his behavior,
James Patterson Talks 'Instinct,' Bill Clinton & Albert EinsteinBest-selling author James Patterson explains how his book was turned into the new CBS show "Instinct."
Hollywood Legends Take On NY In New Film ‘Going In Style’CBS2's Mary Calvi recently sat down with Hollywood legends Alan Arkin, Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine to talk about their new movie "Going in Style."
'I Was One Of The Lucky Ones:' Behind The Camera With Morgan FreemanThe Oscar winner is going behind the camera on the hit CBS drama, "Madam Secretary."
Boyfriend Pleads Not Guilty In Stabbing Death Of Morgan Freeman's GranddaughterThe boyfriend of Morgan Freeman's granddaughter pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges in her stabbing death.
Boyfriend Arraigned In Stabbing That Killed Morgan Freeman's GranddaughterThe boyfriend of Morgan Freeman's granddaughter was arraigned from his hospital bedside Wednesday in her fatal stabbing on the street in Washington Heights.
Police: Boyfriend Of Morgan Freeman's Granddaughter Charged In Her DeathLamar Davenport was charged with second-degree murder on Monday, a day after 33-year-old Edena Hines was found lying on the street with multiple stab wounds to the chest, police said.
Bono, Affleck Stay Silent in PSA on Ebola ResponseCelebrities are playing the waiting game in a new online campaign calling for a unified response to the Ebola epidemic in West Africa.
New On CBS Primetime, 'Madam Secretary'"Madam Secretary" follows newly appointed Secretary of State Elizabeth McCord, played by Téa Leoni.
'Oblivion' Star Zoe Bell On The CouchBell co-stars as one of the few survivors left behind on Earth.
Famed Eastside High Under Fire For Sticking Tardy, Disruptive Students In A TrailerThe quest to clean up Eastside High School is chronicled in the classic 1980s film "Lean on Me" starring Morgan Freeman as then-Principal Joe Clark. Flash forward two decades and school leaders are once again trying a radical technique to cut down on bad behavior.