Queen Elizabeth surprised young victims of the Manchester bombing at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital on Thursday
The band's devoted fans have made their "Larger Than Life" show the fastest-selling residency in Vegas history
Chris Cornell's widow has penned a letter addressed to the late Soundgarden frontman days after he took his own life
The Facebook founder is returning to the school to give a commencement address
The Backstreet Boys have sold 130 million records worldwide since their start in the 1990s. Vladimir Duthiers sits down with the band members to find out how they've evolved over the years.
Cumming will host the first ever Village Voice Pride Awards in New York on June 21
The summer movie season may just be getting started, but that doesn't mean audiences can start thinking about the fall
The actors from the Lifetime TV movie "Michael Jackson: Searching for Neverland" have responded to the Jackson family's statement
The singer canceled concerts in London and several other European cities
The Jackson clan is not happy about upcoming titles from Netflix and Lifetime about the late pop star.
The TV remake of "Dirty Dancing" airs Wednesday night, and Nicole Scherzinger and Colt Prattes got viewers ready with a preview of things to come
Dani Mathers was criticized after she posted the photo of the naked 71-year-old woman on Snapchat with the caption: "If I can't unsee this then you can't either"
The "Animal Kingdom" filmmaker teamed up with producer/star Brad Pitt to try to make sense of the war in Afghanistan
Nicki Minaj insists she's celibate, though she does admit to having "sleepovers" with rumored boyfriend Nas
The actor discusses his new film "Wakefield" and gives "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King a memorable lesson in intimacy
The "Big Little Lies" actress criticized Hollywood's rate of hiring women directors
While discussing his latest movie, "Wakefield," Emmy Award-winning actor Bryan Cranston showed "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King what he learned during his intimacy course with co-star Jennifer Garner.
Emmy Award-winning actor Bryan Cranston is best known for playing meth kingpin Walter White in the hit series, "Breaking Bad." Now he's returning to the big screen in the new movie, "Wakefield," where he plays a father who hides in the attic of his garage to secretly observe his family. Cranston joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how he prepared for his latest role.
Thomas talked to CBS News about his rape last year and how he's using music to work through his trauma