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Nearly half a century after seven young men from the Windy City formed "a rock band with horns," the Rock & Roll Hall of Famers are making no concessions to age
Joshua Allen, winner of season four of "So You Think You Can Dance," has been charged with domestic abuse
Tom Hiddleston has gone on record about how his dating Taylor Swift isn't just for show
Bill Skarsgard stars as one of Hollywood's most infamous clowns, Pennywise, in the film adaptation of "It"
Which networks and series dominated this years Emmy Awards nominations?
Alicia Keys and her "We Are Here" movement have teamed with other celebs for a powerful new PSA on racial injustice
Katy Perry seemed to weigh in on the feud between exes Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift
After 15 years away from movie screens, Warren Beatty returns to play Howard Hughes in "Rules Don't Apply"
The Cleveland Play House - one of the most venerated performance spaces beyond Broadway - has helped launch many careers on the stage, including Tony- and Oscar-winner Joel Grey. In this preview, Grey explains to correspondent Scott Simon how the acting bug first bit him.
"Ghostbusters" director Paul Feig laughs off claims that the studio is paying for good reviews
The filmmaker who created "Historians on Donald Trump" is also out with his first children's book about past American presidents
Kathy Bates clearly has high hopes for her first foray into the world of streaming TV
Vulture's TV columnist Jen Chaney joins CBSN to discuss the nominees for this year's Emmy Awards.
Which stars raked in the most cash this year? Forbes is out with their ranking
Oscar-nominated Brazilian filmmaker also directed Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep in "Ironweed"
Lea Michele paid tribute to her late boyfriend, Cory Monteith, on the third anniversary of his death
Anthony Anderson and Lauren Graham will announce the Emmy Awards nominations at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday
"Dr. Phil" McGraw and The National Enquirer are lining up for a courtroom brawl against the National Enquirer
Emma Stone and Maya Rudolph didn't use cups, but they did use butter tubs to cover "Call Your Girlfriend"
Hell hath no fury like an Emmy nominee scorned, as one New York moving company learned from Tituss Burgess