After decades of groundbreaking, irreverent comedy, the late-night icon is exiting the stage. But not before sitting down with our Jane Pauley
King of the Blues died Thursday at age 89. Born Riley B. King in rural Mississippi in 1925, he released his first big hit "Three O'Clock Blues" in late 1951. Charles Osgood reports.
Those "Stupid Pet Tricks" are just one of the features every David Letterman fan will miss, especially fellow comedian Jim Gaffigan.
Production companies are running to any place they can get the most bang for their movie-making buck, producer David Lancaster says. Nearly 40 states now offer some kind of tax break, rebate or grant to entice Hollywood to shoot somewhere else. As Lee Cowan reports, feature filming in and around Los Angeles has plummeted by 50 percent.
Son Little is going on tour next month, opening up for Mumford and Sons. He performs "Your Love Will Blow Me Away" on Saturday Sessions.
Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney traded the political arena for a different kind of fight Friday night, facing off with five-time heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield in a charity boxing match.
"Mad Men" is nearing its end with grace and assurance as its characters already are scattering from view
The former Spice girl wed the Formula One boss on Friday in England
"Germany's next Topmodel" was abandoned after a woman called in a bomb threat.
Series star and creator Mindy Kaling confirmed the news Friday
"There's going to be one killer blues session in heaven tonight," the president said.
During a blues concert hosted by the White House in 2012, President Obama sang a few bars of "Sweet Home Chicago" with blues singers Buddy Guy and B.B. King
The 73-year-old musician will perform Tuesday during Letterman's second-to-last episode
NBA great says he "definitely" feels misunderstood and he hopes to dispel rumors in new documentary
The latest suspense-building trailer finds Rachel McAdams showing off her knife-fighting skills
"The Sixth Sense" creator dishes on his new 10-episode TV miniseries starring Matt Dillon
West Virginia high school students get to see erotic movie in their classroom after doing good work
U2 guitarist The Edge didn't notice the edge of the stage while performing Thursday night in Vancouver, forcing him to take a tumble
Late-night musical director says Letterman will always be remembered for comedic ingenuity, but a more serious moment may be his finest
"Sunday Morning" contributor Jane Pauley and David Letterman both got their start in Indianapolis. Pauley looks back at her time on the "Late Show" and reveals more about the candid conversation she had with the comedian on CBSN.