A government review says that the couple did not violate U.S. sanctions when they visited the island last year. Also Elisabeth Moss stars in "The One I Love," a new romance with a sci-fi twist. Suzanne Marques has your Eye on Entertainment.
Weber, who revolutionized the fashion industry with his photography, is now working with his pets on a Detroit-based project
The Oscar-winning actress tells CBS News' Lauren Moraski about the TV show "Intruders." She also looks back on some of her favorite film roles.
When "Sin City" was released nearly ten years ago, fans hailed it for revolutionizing the comic book movie genre. As the sequel, "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," hits the big screen, CBS News' Suzanne Marques spoke to stars Eva Green and Josh Brolin.
The "Mad Men" actor called Ferguson his "hometown" during an interview on Thursday
The Oscar-winning actress tells CBS News about the new BBC America drama and reminisces about her favorite roles
A death certificate shows new details about the death of the actor/comedian
After 36 editions, the film critic and expert is ceasing publication on his annual movie guide
The dancer/actress is back on "DWTS," but what role will she play?
Minaj's new single samples the rapper's 1992 hit "Baby Got Back"
Taking a break from chronicling the downfall of Jay Z and Beyonce's marriage, reports are now focusing on Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon
See what the host of "The Voice" and his fiancee named their newborn girl
A photographer sued Justin Bieber and one of his bodyguards for assault and infliction of emotional distress
See what's planned for the "in memoriam" segment during Monday's Emmy Awards
While it became a household term just one year ago, people have been taking selfies since photography was invented in 1839
The young movie star take on an ambitious role of showgirl Sally Bowles in a revival of "Cabaret." Also, Cate Blanchett gets to show off her wilder side as the voice of the python in Warner Brother's adaptation of "The Jungle Book." Suzanne Marques has today's Eye on Entertainment.
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, the stars of the hit series "Breaking Bad," joined "Veep" leading lady Julia Louis-Dreyfus in a pawnshop parody, lampooning the Emmy awards. The sketch was produced by Audi.
The 34-year-old, whose real name is Radric Davis, pleaded guilty in Atlanta to a charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon in May
Some fans are raving about the new video, while others are scratching their heads
"The Amazing Spiderman 2" star will make her Broadway debut this fall