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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.
The 77-year-old comedian sat down for his first TV interview since over 30 women accused him of sexual misconduct
David Letterman will sign off from the "Late Show" for the last time on Wednesday, retiring from his historic broadcast career. Letterman opened up to "CBS Sunday Morning" contributor Jane Pauley about his life and career. Pauley joins "CBS This Morning" with a preview of their candid conversation.
Robin Thicke seemed pretty mortified to hear that his father, Alan Thicke, has sex to his music
"You're not going anywhere," Clooney told the retiring "Late Show" host
Allen Iverson lived up to his billing as number one draft pick. His offensive skills and speed made him unstoppable, even for all-time greats like Michael Jordan. His bad-boy image influenced a generation of players but also led to problems off the court. Iverson joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss his new Showtime sports documentary, "Iverson," where he opens up about his childhood, arrests, basketball and everything in between.
Boy band sat down with "Late Late Show" host James Corden
There are only four shows left until America says goodbye to the "Late Show with David Letterman." And there for it all was Paul Shaffer, Letterman’s musical director and sidekick for more than 30 years. Shaffer joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss his post-"Late Show" plans.
Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy and Ringo Starr are among the celebrities paying tribute to the blues legend
The legendary 'King of the Blues' brought blues to the mainstream with his unique sound
The "King of Blues" died Thursday night at his Las Vegas home. The legendary guitarist was one of the most influential musicians of the last 50 years. Anthony Mason reports on the life of a one-of-a-kind artist.
Nick Dietz compiles some of the latest and greatest viral videos, including a cat that doesn't want a girl to play the accordion, jetpacks over Dubai and a tiny hamster's tiny tiki party. Plus, a guy who's Bob Marley and the Wailers wrapped up into one person.
Australian minister says actor will comply with controversial order
Blues legend's classics include "The Thrill Is Gone"; he brought new fans to the blues and influenced a generation of musicians
Caroll Spinney describes his 46-year run as the man behind "Sesame's Street's" lovable character
Joan Rivers' daughter criticizes the way Griffin left "Fashion Police," saying she "kind of sh** all over my mother's legacy"
Actor Scott Foley tells CBS News' Lauren Moraski about his character on "Scandal," his work behind the camera and teaming with Canine Companions for Independence.
"The Whole Gritty City" celebrates the power of music and how it can transform - and even save - young lives
Lee has faced criticism from Chicago officials over the title and combining parts of the names Chicago and violence-torn Iraq