First TV and film productions leave Georgia over abortion law
Location scouts were in the state for an Amazon show and were promptly pulled out
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New Coke is back because of Netflix's "Stranger Things"
The formerly failed soft drink will be brought back to the market in conjunction with "Stranger Things" season three
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Jamie Oliver's restaurant chain collapses, risking 1,300 jobs
The celebrity chef's company said its 23 restaurants have gone into administration, a form of bankruptcy protection
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Alabama public TV refuses to air "Arthur" episode with gay wedding
The episode had people talking across the country – but kids in Alabama never saw it
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Trio of handwritten wills discovered in Aretha Franklin's Detroit home
The latest one is dated March 2014 and appears to give the famous singer's assets to family members
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HBO's big test after "Game of Thrones": Don't lose viewers
Subscribers to the cable network's streaming service have a history of leaving in droves after season finales
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Highest-grossing movies of all time, ranked
What's the highest-grossing movie of all time? It might be one of your favorites
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Why director Ava DuVernay wept while screening "When They See Us"
Ava DuVernay says she wanted to "humanize" the teens in the four-part Netflix series
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Plastic water bottles spotted in "Game of Thrones" finale
These errors had nothing to do with the plot
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"Game of Thrones" fans stunned by fate of Iron Throne
After eight seasons of war, fire-breathing dragons, ice zombies and constant political turmoil, the series finale aired Sunday night
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"When They See Us": Ava DuVernay tried to "humanize" Central Park Five
In 1989, five black and Latino teenagers were wrongly accused of the brutal rape of a jogger in New York City’s Central Park. Antron McCray, Kevin Richardson, Yusef Salaam, Raymond Santana and Korey Wise became known as the Central Park Five. The boys were charged and convicted with no physical evidence implicating them. But in 2002, their convictions were overturned after DNA evidence and a confession exonerated them. Director Ava DuVernay joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her Netflix four-part series on the Central Park Five, "When They See Us."
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How getting the finale wrong can taint an iconic show's legacy
After nearly a decade, the beloved HBO series, "Game of Thrones," came to an end Sunday night. Leading up to the finale, more than a million disappointed viewers petitioned for the final season to be re-made altogether. Vladimir Duthiers reports with no spoilers.
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Colin Jost and Scarlett Johansson are engaged: Report
Johansson's publicist tells The Associated Press she and the "Saturday Night Live" cast member made it official after two years of dating
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Sting, Trudie Styler, and a villa in Italy
The singer-musician and his wife bought the dilapidated, 400-year-old Il Palagio, in Tuscany, for a song or two, and have brought the olive groves, vineyards and vegetable gardens back to life
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Sting and Trudie Styler, at home in Tuscany
Il Palagio, a 400-year-old villa in Tuscany, is a summer house that the singer-musician Sting, and his wife, Trudie Styler, bought for a song or two. They've fixed it up, and brought the olive groves, vineyards and vegetable gardens back to life. Sting and Trudie talk with correspondent Alina Cho about music, raising a family, and revitalizing a cherished homestead.
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Brunello Cucinelli: Fashion and philosophy
The designer's company, which makes some of the most exclusive clothing in the world, has raised the fortunes of the Italian town of Solomeo by upholding "the moral and economic dignity of the human being"
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Brunello Cucinelli: A fashion for industry
In a country where thousands of little towns are being deserted, one village is thriving, mainly due to the work of one extraordinary man: designer Brunello Cucinelli. His company, which makes some of the finest and priciest clothing in the world, has raised the fortunes of Solomeo, restored the town's ancient buildings, and upheld the dignity of local workers by forging what has been called a "humanistic enterprise in the world of industry." Tracy Smith reports.
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Under the Tuscan sun with author Frances Mayes
With a sense of adventure, the writer restored her 300-year-old house, making it the star of an international bestseller
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Under the Tuscan sun with Frances Mayes
In 1990, American professor and poet Frances Mayes felt an irresistible urge to buy a derelict 300-year-old property. She transformed it into one of the most famous villas in Tuscany, attracting a constant stream of tourists, thanks to her bestselling memoir about restoring the house, called "Under the Tuscan Sun." The book spent more than two-and-a-half years on the bestseller list, and later became a popular film. Mayes talks with correspondent Rita Braver about her unexpected success, her adopted village of Cortona, and her latest book, "See You in the Piazza: New Places to Discover in Italy."
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Treasures of the Uffizi
Seven years before America's Declaration of Independence, the Uffizi opened its doors to the public. Containing perhaps the greatest collection of artwork in the world, including masterpieces by Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael and Botticelli, the Florentine museum holds treasures at every turn. Jane Pauley reports.
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