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On March 22, 1941, one of Hollywood's most popular actors took on a challenging new role, in the Army Air Corps
Rapper Ludacris was welcomed by ex-Florida governor and possible 2016 presidential candidate Jeb Bush, during his speech at the Georgia Statehouse.
One Direction band member Zayn Malik takes a hiatus from performing on the tour due to stress. This comes a day after denying allegations that he cheated on his fiancee on social media.
Little League pitching sensation will be the subject of a movie, titled "Throw Like Mo."
Those numbers make it the most popular finale for a television drama's first season since "Grey's Anatomy" in 2005
Us Weekly retracts story with the headline: "Kendall Jenner Breaks Silence on Bruce Jenner's Transition: 'I Will Always Love My Dad'"
The rapper, who has spent the last week off of Twitter and Instagram, said she may not return to the popular networks
The prince and the president talked about Americans and the first president's home
The pop stars hilariously answer a lot of personal questions during a visit to "The Ellen DeGeneres Show"
Watch as Dwayne Johnson takes on Taylor Swift and John Krasinski channels Tina Turner in a silver dress
Online petition calling for U.K. festival organizers to scrap the rapper's headlining slot has gotten more than 60,000 signatures
The 57-year-old actor opens up about the ending of the HBO series and what's in store next
The boy band's publicist says Malik "has been signed off with stress" and flying home to Britain to recuperate
Two of the group's members were asked to post nearly $5,000 each ahead of their concert in Manila this weekend
Cara Delevingne and Nat Wolff star in a film adaptation of the novel penned by "The Fault In Our Stars" author John Green
The pop star writes, "All babies contain a soul however they come to this earth and their families"
Hit television drama "Empire" has ended its season. "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King joins CBSN with more on the show's successful first season.
The actor paid tribute to his late co-star and friend at an advance screening of the latest film in their "Fast & Furious" franchise
One of CBS' long-running daytime dramas is getting a lot of buzz. In a rare move for a soap opera, the show revealed that a character played by a woman for the last two years is transgender. "Entertainment Tonight" co-host Kevin Frazier reports on how the series is taking the storyline to a new level.
Shailene Woodley and Theo James tell CBS News about the second film in their dystopian franchise, opening Friday