Band takes CBS News along for look at new exhibit at Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum that catalogs their 12-year rise in music
Oliver Stone warns that the Pokemon Go craze plays into "surveillance capitalism"
Nicollette Sheridan has filed for divorce -- which is a surprise to most people, who didn't know she'd gotten married
The BBC has a treat in store for fans of "Les Miserables" -- just don't expect any singing
Liam Payne is the latest One Direction lad to go solo, making their hiatus seem less and less temporary
Legendary Entertainment plans to launch the first live-action Pokemon movie franchise, with production set for 2017
"Orange is the New Black" star Uzo Aduba is sticking up for pal Taylor Swift in her ongoing feud with Kanye West
"Born This Way" singer Lady Gaga has broken her Twitter silence about the Black Lives Matter movement
More than 160,000 fans are expected at this year's celebration of sci-fi and fantasy films, TV, graphic novels, comic books and anime
Johnny Depp has responded to Amber Heard's legal request for financial information with a filing of his own
Waning YA franchise "The Divergent Series" is skipping theaters altogether for its fourth and final installment
Leonardo DiCaprio's third annual fundraising auction gala had more celebrities than some awards shows
James Corden has had a lot of impressive "Carpool Karaoke" guests, but Michelle Obama is going to be tough to beat
America's most downloaded app brings unity to an unlikely place, the Republican National Convention
Legendary director and writer Garry Marshall, whose hits included "Happy Days" and "Pretty Woman," died Tuesday at 81. Anthony Mason looks back on Marshall's life.
Fresh off his Tony-winning run in "Hamilton," Daveed Diggs is making a new home on network TV with "Black-ish"
Rock band Third Eye Blind used their Cleveland gig the week of the RNC to protest the GOP's current platform
Months before his death, Prince secretly purchased the house featured in his 1984 film, "Purple Rain"
Captain America is getting quite the celebration to honor his 75th anniversary
Hillary Clinton will have a star-studded lineup for her party's gathering in Philadelphia next week