Universal Pictures released its first look at the new Steve Jobs biopic, but they aren't giving very much away. CBSN's Meg Oliver and Elaine Quijano have more on the new trailer.
The show co-creator has signed back on for the series reboot
Fassbender dons Jobs' famous black turtleneck in this first look at the Aaron Sorkin-penned biopic
Taylor Swift is on the cover this month for the annual Maxim “Hot List” issue. Lanphear joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss how the nation’s biggest men’s magazine is doing away with the sexy covers of women in bikinis as it turns the page into a new era.
The Martells go on trial in King's Landing, Jaime and Bronn meet the Sand Snakes and Sansa's storyline takes a horrifying turn
Jennifer Lopez, Ludacris and Taylor Swift were among the stars at this year's Billboard Music Awards
After 7 seasons, the emotionally tormented Don Draper appeared to come home to a state of inner peace, '70s style
The ladies of "Pitch Perfect 2" hit all the right notes opening weekend, amassing a $70.3 million debut
Sunday night's "Mad Men" finale was full of drama and surprises. As Jamie Wax reports, after running from his past for seven seasons, Don Draper finally decided to stop and confront it. Warning: Spoilers ahead.
Swift dominated the Billboard Music Awards with eight wins, while Kanye West was booed during his closing performance
Lionel Pickens, 31, a member of French Montana's Coke Boys group, was shot multiple times in the chest at 4 a.m.
As Dave prepares to say good bye, we look at some of the notable statistics during his 22-year career at CBS.
Pop queen travels with Haiti U.N. mission to look at progress since 2010, when temblor claimed as many as 300,000 lives
Jane Pauley sits down with David Letterman to discuss his feelings about retiring from "The Late Show."
Blume is known for writing groundbreaking books for and about adolescents and now she is writing a novel about her own youth. Rita Braver reports on the renowned author who says she has always been drawn towards taboo subjects.
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.