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The pop star, her "Chicago Fire" star fiance and actor Vince Vaughn went into the frigid waters of Lake Michigan for a good cause
William Shatner took to Twitter to clear up why he couldn't make it to Los Angeles in time for Leonard Nimoy's funeral
The con-man caper disrobed "Fifty Shades of Grey," but its modest opening leaves questions about Smith's star power
Canadian pop star tries to match success of "Call Me Maybe" with new song
Dek The NBC comedy show is known for pushing the envelope, but this time it might have gone too far. Several viewers took to Twitter calling the sketch “tasteless”.
Comedy show pokes fun at joining Islamic extremist group with a dad-daughter sketch that some say is in bad taste
Web extra: Singer Kelly Clarkson tells correspondent Tracy Smith she never thought the whole family package would work for her, but life with her husband and baby daughter, she says, is easy.
Web extra: The 32-year-old singer says there were no subtleties when she was writing for her new album, "Piece by Piece." She tells Tracy Smith that “Kelly the mom” is all over her latest work.
Web extra: Actor Alex Sharp talks to Jane Pauley about experiencing the fear, anxiety and trauma of his autistic character in the Broadway hit, "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time."
Dave Spector is a former child actor from Chicago, who first went to Japan as a TV producer. Soon, he joined the ranks of what’s called “gaijin tarento” or “foreign talent” on TV, part of that nation's fascination with foreigners who could speak Japanese. As Seth Doane reports, 30 years later, Spector is still at it - a superstar in his adopted land.
In addition to creating the immortal "Star Trek" character Mr. Spock, the actor was also a poet and photographer
Excitement greeting Duke of Cambridge in Japan as much about memory of his mother as the prince himself
Watch excerpts from correspondent John Blackstone's 2005 interview with actor Leonard Nimoy, who created the character of Mr. Spock on "Star Trek." He talks about what the role meant to him and his career; about competition among the show's ensemble cast; how fans kept the sci-fi series alive through syndication and beyond; and about his reaction to the release of "Star Wars."
Journalist Anne Sinclair writes about her family history, and of her grandfather, a Jewish art dealer in Paris forced into exile during World War II
She's the voice behind some of the biggest breakup anthems ever, but the 32-year-old singer's latest album is different - it's the first new music she's made as a mom
Pearl-adorned Calvin Klein Collection dress worn by Oscar-winning actress was stolen from her hotel room this week
Beau Willimon joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to tell us more about the show and why it's not about politics.
The court battle begins over Robin Thicke's hit single. Did Thicke steal from Marvin Gaye's classic, "Got to Give It Up"? Anthony Mason reports.
Actor Leonard Nimoy will be laid to rest at a private funeral tomorrow, following his death at home Friday in Los Angeles. As "Star Trek's" half-human Mr. Spock, he brought to life one of television's most memorable characters. Carter Evans takes a look at the star's career.
Nimoy, who died Friday at age 83, was best known for playing Mr. Spock on "Star Trek." From "The Man Trap" to the "The Trouble with Tribbles," here's a compilation of the Vulcan's best scenes from the iconic TV show.