Sinead O'Connor has been reported missing after last being seen early leaving for a bike ride in a Chicago suburb on Sunday
The actress and special envoy for the United Nations refugee agency said she fears countries will adopt increasingly isolationist policies
A caller expressed concern for O'Connor's well-being
As "Top Gun" hits its 30th anniversary, take a look back at the major moments of Tom Cruise's career
CBSN's Josh Elliott breaks down the dramatic fourth episode of this season of "Game Of Thrones" with CNET's Jeff Bakalar and TV Guide's Sadie Gennis
The entertainer will appear at arenas across the country, performing songs from her six-decade career
The "Bad Boy Family Reunion" tour will include 25 concerts in North America
The best-selling singer announced that the music video will be released on Sunday
Hundreds of people packed into a Jehovah's Witness Kingdom Hall near Minneapolis to honor Prince for his religious faith.
Security tight as hundreds gather outside Minneapolis for memorial at church where he worshipped
Actor Wendell Pierce, well-known for his role as Detective Bunk Moreland in the HBO series "The Wire," was arrested in Atlanta
Images released amid celebrations marking the queen's 90th birthday, show a young Princess Elizabeth
The French film star, best known for her role as Rick's pushed-aside girlfriend in the seminal movie, fled war-torn France in 1939
After more than 40 years, Garrison Keillor is departing from his endearing radio show, "A Prairie Home Companion"
Garrison Keillor, host of radio's "A Prairie Home Companion," constantly tests the creativity of his sound FX artist Fred Newman
In this web extra, the sound effects artist behind the radio series "A Prairie Home Companion" tells Jane Pauley about some tips he gave actress Meryl Streep on how to perform sight unseen
Bassist Flea told the crowd Saturday in Orange County that the Chili Peppers would be unable to perform
Susan Sarandon said at famous film festival she believes family's accusation that famous director "sexually assaulted a child"
After a half-century at CBS News, legendary reporter Morley Safer is retiring
The MSNBC anchor talks with Rita Braver about depression, firearms politics, and how she runs her cable news program, "The Rachel Maddow Show"