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Ellen DeGeneres to end daytime talk show
Ellen DeGeneres stunned fans with her announcement that she’s ending her talk show after 19 seasons.
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Puppeteer Frank Oz talks new documentary, legacy of Jim Henson
Frank Oz has been bringing some of our favorite characters to life for more than 50 years from Miss Piggy and Fozzie Bear of "The Muppets" to "Sesame Street's" Grover and Cookie Monster. Starting out as a puppeteer with Jim Henson in the 1960s, Oz was a driving force in the long-lasting success of "The Muppets." In his documentary "Muppet Guys Talking", Oz recruits four of his closest colleagues to discuss what made their work so special.
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Ellen DeGeneres ending show after 19 seasons
"When you're a creative person, you constantly need to be challenged – and as great as this show is, and as fun as it is, it's just not a challenge anymore," DeGeneres said.
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Rock legend Tina Turner on her voice, finding serenity and losing a son
The singer, now 79, has written a memoir, "My Love Story," and opens up about her years with Ike Turner, falling for a younger man, Buddhism, and the suicide of her son, Craig
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The Go-Go's on their staying power
Members of one of the most successful all-female bands in rock 'n' roll history talk about their rollercoaster, 40-year relationships, and the new Broadway musical, "Head Over Heels," that features the group's songs
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Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters: "I love music, and I love life"
The former drummer of Nirvana on how he raised himself from the dark period following the suicide of Kurt Cobain
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Alan Cumming on his groundbreaking role in new series "Instinct"
Actor Alan Cumming won a Tony Award in 1998 for his performance in the hit Broadway show, "Cabaret." The many parts he's taken on during his decades-long career include a James Bond villain, a mutant in "X-Men 2," and a political operative in "The Good Wife." Cumming joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new CBS drama, "Instinct," and why he took on the leading role.
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Doctor dispels food myths and shares what you should eat
There are a lot of myths when it comes to food. CBS News' Anne-Marie Green sits down with Dr. Mark Hyman, the author of "Food: What the heck should I eat?" in the Toyota Green Room to debunk some of them.
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Female Muslim rapper on making "resistance music"
Mona Haydar, 29, is a young Muslim woman and the daughter of Syrian immigrants who settled in Flint, Michigan. Haydar, who raps while wearing a hijab, has combined her passion for poetry with rap music to create a unique brand of musical expression. CBS News correspondent Elaine Quijano reports.
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RuPaul on the power of drag
"RuPaul's Drag Race" begins its 10th season on television this month. The successful VH1 game show features contestants who compete for cash prizes and the title of "America's Next Drag Superstar." RuPaul Andre Charles talks to Nancy Giles about why he started dressing in women's clothes, heels and makeup, and explains the power of a man performing in drag.
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Tarsila, the mother of Brazilian Modern Art
In her native country, all you need to say is her first name - Tarsila - for people to recognize the woman known as "the Picasso of Brazil." But Tarsila do Amaral (1886-1973) is little-known in North America, despite her revolutionary art. Faith Salie visits an exhibition (now showing at New York City's Museum of Modern Art) of Tarsila's "cannibalist" paintings, which took the tropes of Western European art and turned them into something extremely Brazilian.
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RuPaul on what he learned from his family
In this web exclusive, RuPaul, renowned as a celebrity drag queen, talks about his mother (a "rebel"), his father (the "life of the party"), his sisters (who were his universe growing up), and why he describes himself as "an introvert masquerading as an extrovert."
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Judge Judy hands down her opinion on RuPaul
In this web exclusive, RuPaul, star of "RuPaul's Drag Race," expresses his devotion to Judge Judy - and hears via Nancy Giles a special message for RuPaul from the lady in black robes herself.
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Man accused of stealing Oscar bragged it was his on social media
Two-time Academy Award winner Frances McDormand left the Oscars on a high note after winning best actress. But just hours later, her Oscar was stolen, and it turns out the suspect even showed off the award on social media. CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas reports.
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Biggest 2018 Oscars moments
The #MeToo movement was very much a presence at Hollywood’s biggest night Sunday -- the 90th annual Academy Awards. Host Jimmy Kimmel opened the show by addressing the sexual harassment scandal. Highlights included wins for Frances McDormand and Gary Oldman and Kobe Bryant.
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David Edelstein's Oscar picks
Who will win this year's Academy Awards? Better yet, who SHOULD win? "Sunday Morning" film critic David Edelstein offers his predictions about Hollywood's biggest night.
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Time's Up and the legacy of abusive filmmakers
Some film directors, producers and actors who have produced highly-esteemed bodies of work are now facing a critical re-appraisal, due to recent allegations of harassment and sexual assault. Is the behavior of artists inseparable from their art? Tracy Smith talks with Tippi Hedren, who says she was harassed by director Alfred Hitchcock on the set of "The Birds," and with actresses Uzo Aduba and Amber Tamblyn, who are founding members of Time's Up.
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Art of the sell: Iconic movie posters by a master
"Sunday Morning" visits a living legend of Hollywood: 97-year-old Bill Gold, who was responsible for designing some of the most innovative movie posters in film history, created during a career that spanned more than six decades - from "Casablanca" to "The Exorcist" and the films of Clint Eastwood.
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Pentagon Papers whistleblower sounds alarm over nuclear arms race
Vladimir Putin stunned the world this week by announcing an array of new nuclear weapons including a cruise missile with unlimited range and a nuclear-tipped underwater drone. Daniel Ellsberg, the whistle-blower who released the Pentagon Papers in 1971, has studied the dangers of nuclear conflict for decades. Alex Wagner sits down with him to discuss his new book, "The Doomsday Machine: Confessions of a Nuclear War Planner."
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Oscars ceremony will go on in a Hollywood transformed by #MeToo
"What we have to see on Sunday night is: do we look back at the end of the show and say this is an Oscars that acknowledged change, that acknowledged a turn in Hollywood history, or is this an Oscars that tries to sweep things under the rug and get back to business?" said New York Times reporter Jodi Kantor. CBS News' Jericka Duncan reports.
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Oscars 2018: Predictions and the state of the industry
CBS News contributor Jamie Wax was joined by Fandango’s managing editor Erik Davis and RogerEbert.com’s editor-in-chief Matthew Zoller-Seitz ahead of Sunday night’s 90th Academy Awards. Chatting at iPic’s Tuck Room for the "CBS This Morning" podcast they discuss the state of the film industry and who they predict will win the night’s biggest categories.
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Oscar-nominated films feature strong female characters
Beyond acting categories, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences nominated women across virtually every Oscar category this year, matching a record set in 2016.
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Demi Lovato brings Florida school shooting survivors on stage
Pop star Demi Lovato kicked off her "Tell Me You Love Me" world tour Monday with a heartfelt message. She invited a group of survivors of the Florida school shooting on stage and asked fans to help provide mental health support to the Parkland community. Lovato has been a mental health advocate since she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2010. Mireya Villarreal reports.
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Ryan Seacrest accused of sexual misconduct by former stylist
A former stylist for TV host and producer Ryan Seacrest is detailing sexual harassment allegations against him for the first time. In an interview with Variety, Suzie Hardy described "numerous incidents of harassment and assault allegedly perpetrated by Seacrest" from 2007 to 2013. Jericka Duncan reports.
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Bestselling "Instapoet" Rupi Kaur on feminism, being a woman of color
Poet and bestselling author Rupi Kaur inspires people around the world with her powerful words. Kaur first rose to fame on Instagram in 2015 as a young and controversial voice of feminism. At just 25 years old, Kaur has already topped the New York Times Best Seller list twice. Norah O'Donnell reports.
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Paul McCartney on Queen Elizabeth: "She's very down to Earth"
McCartney, former President Barack Obama and others reflect on the extraordinary reign of Elizabeth II in "The Queen Carries On."
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Putting it together: The art of John Derian
Correspondent Erin Moriarty shows us the work of decoupage artist John Derian, who turns 18th and 19th century etchings and lithographs into 21st century collectibles.
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Amid criticism of lack of diversity, ethical problems, NBC will not air 2022 Golden Globe awards
NBC will not be airing the 2022 Golden Globes in response to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association controversy. The group behind the Golden Globes faces growing criticism about a lack of diversity and ethical improprieties. Jamie Yuccas reports.
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Director Ryan Coogler discusses blockbuster hit "Black Panther"
Ryan Coogler, director of new film "Black Panther," sat down with us to discuss the new film, which is expected to bring in over $200 million this President’s Day weekend. The movie has garnered rave reviews and a massive draw at the box office. Gayle King sat down with the young director to talk about the impressive film.
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Willem Dafoe: A challenging career
Martha Teichner profiles the stage and screen actor, star of "Platoon" and "The Last Temptation of Christ," who is nominated for his third Oscar for the acclaimed film, "The Florida Project." Willem Dafoe talks about his career trajectory as an actor, including his nearly three decades with the experimental theater company The Wooster Group, and his love for New York.
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