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Author made controversial statements about "harsh" sentences for those who view child porn during an interview promoting his new book
Entertainer Nick Cannon tells CBS News about his hit NBC show and why he's taking everything in stride.
Here's a seven-minute video where she sings anonymously to New Yorkers
Country Music Hall of Fame member, who is battling Alzheimer's disease, has unveiled the somber tune "I'm Not Gonna Miss You"
Here's what we have on repeat this month
Golden Globe-winner Michael C. Hall is glamming it up on Broadway as the title character in "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," a musical which picked up four Tony Awards this year, including a best actor win for Neil Patrick Harris. Hall, "Hedwig" co-creator John Cameron Mitchell and Lena Hall (who won a best actress Tony this year for her performance in the musical) spoke to CBS News' Ken Lombardi about what the "Six Feet Under" and "Dexter" star brings to the production.
The now troubled former child star was just 13 when her "All That" spinoff premiered on Oct. 16, 1999
The 45-year-old actor joked about throwing a kegger at his mother's house after the Kansas City Royals' big win
He posted an Instagram video apologizing for the seemingly unprovoked cyber-bullying spree
Jennifer Lawrence's heroine surveys the damage wrought by the Capitol in the latest trailer for the next "Hunger Games" film
Los Angeles sheriff's detectives are investigating allegations the actor exposed himself to a 13-year-old girl in the 1980s
The actor who gained famed for slapstick comedies like "Beetlejuice" and turned superhero in "Batman" has earned the biggest accolades of his career for "Birdman"
The versatile actress shifted between dramatic roles in such films as "Lone Star" and comedic parts in TV shows like "Modern Family"
CBS All Access will offer current shows, live viewing and episodes from network's library of classics
In an video on his Twitter page, Neil Patrick Harris revealed Wednesday that he had been chosen to host the 2015 Academy Awards. Plus, Brad Pitt stars in the new war movie "Fury," in theaters Friday. Suzanne Marques reports on the day's top entertainment stories.
The actor has been tapped to emcee the 87th annual Academy Awards next year
They were married for nearly seven years before seeking a split
American folk-rock band Dawes perform "A Little Bit of Everything" on Saturday Sessions.
New documentary follows players of the "Harry Potter"-inspired sport as they prepare to compete in the Quidditch World Cup
The "Book of Life" actor told CBS News that there are no definite plans for a "22 Jump Street" sequel just yet, despite media reports claiming otherwise