Taking shots at political friends and foes, as well as himself, the commander-in-chief let the zingers fly
The president got in a few zingers at friends, foes and himself Saturday at the glitzy confab
Politicians and celebrities mingle with the press for the annual D.C. event, hosted by Cecily Strong of "Saturday Night Live"
Five living members of comedy troupe appear at screening of comedy classic at NYC's Tribeca Film Festival
Wrote more than 2,500 reviews and other articles during his 35 years at Time magazine
Summer blockbuster season is upon us. Marvel kicked things off with an all-star cast in “The Avengers: Age of Ultron,” and this big budget sequel is just one of the 86 new releases due out in the next few months. Managing editor and critic for the movie website screencrush.com joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to preview the upcoming films.
On April 26, 1977, a new nightclub opened in a former CBS TV studio, immediately becoming NYC's top celebrity hot spot
First photo of Christian Grey in the "Fifty Shades of Grey" sequel comes as release dates are set for that film and its follow-up
The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star and her famous family will be with Jenner when the interview airs Friday night
The singer admits that her decision to stay single for so long had a lot to do with the media's coverage of her love life
McDreamy, Zoe Barnes, Omar... How DARE they
A new web series, "Do Not Track," pulls back the digital curtain how your online life is monitored, manipulated and monetized
The actor did a rousing rendition of Vanessa Carlton's "A Thousand Miles," which he originally performed in the 2004 film "White Chicks"
The actor confirmed plans for the next "Fast & Furious" installment are moving full speed ahead
Actress tells the U.N. the crisis marks "the lowest point in the world's inability to protect and defend the innocent"
The "McDreamy" actor and series creator speak out as fans react to the shocking death of one of the show's central characters
The actors quit Sandler's Netflix project over stereotypes, offensive names and scenes they say disrespected religious practices
Russell Crowe began gracing the silver screen more than 40 years ago. His work includes iconic movies like "The Insider," "Robin Hood" and "A Beautiful Mind." He won an Oscar for "Gladiator." Crowe now stars in "The Water Diviner," which opens Friday in the U.S. He plays a father searching for sons who do not return from war and also makes his directing debut. Crowe sat down with Charlie Rose to discuss how his directing role has been more satisfying.
Sawyer Sweeten, who played Romano's son Geoffrey Barone on the series, allegedly shot himself while visiting family in Texas
Thursday's episode walloped viewers with the shocking exit of one of the show's central characters