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Nick Kroll and John Mulaney's unlikely Broadway collaboration
In this interview with CBS News contributor Jamie Wax, comedians Nick Kroll and John Mulaney explain how they teamed up with nominated director Alex Timbers and the "most innovative, interesting minds" for their show, "Oh, Hello," now on Broadway.
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Comedian Samantha Bee on "Full Frontal," 2016 election
Samantha Bee spent more than a decade on "The Daily Show." Then the longtime correspondent took her comedic talents to TBS for her own weekly news satire show, "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee." Critics have praised and called her the "political commentator we've been waiting for." Bee joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the 2016 campaign.
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Diane Lane on returning to Broadway, lasting career
Actress Diane Lane made a name for herself on the big screen, appearing in popular movies like "Unfaithful," "Under the Tuscan Sun" and "The Perfect Storm." Lane is now starring in the revival of "The Cherry Orchard" on Broadway, playing a woman who returns to her family's estate to stop its foreclosure. Lane joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her latest role.
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Armed men rob Kim Kardashian West in Paris
Police in Paris are searching for the assailants behind a daring gunpoint robbery of more than $10 million in jewelry. The victim, Kim Kardashian West, was staying at a luxury apartment when armed men, dressed as police officers, entered the building overnight. The reality TV star was not harmed. Elaine Cobbe reports from Paris.
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Ava DuVernay on film career, inclusion and diversity
Academy Award-winning movie "Selma" made Ava DuVernay the first woman of color to direct a film nominated for a Best Picture Oscar. Her new documentary, "13th," opens the New York Film Festival Friday. Gayle King spoke with DuVernay about an exceptional career with an untraditional start.
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"Inherited" podcast shares stories of youth climate movement
The co-hosts of the "Inherited" podcast join "CBS This Morning" to discuss their mission to share stories of the youth climate movement. Georgia Wright and Julianna Bradley explain why young people are so energized to tackle this issue and the mental toll the climate crisis has on young people.
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New documentary highlights Cher's trip to save elephant held captive for decades
A new documentary on Paramount+ highlights Cher's journey to rescue an elephant who'd spent three decades in captivity. Her Twitter followers appealed to her for help, but as Anthony Mason reports, she never expected she'd end up traveling to the other side of the world.
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From 1982: Keith Haring
In this profile which originally aired on October 20, 1982, Charles Osgood meets the subway graffiti artist whose paintings took Soho by storm.
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Saturday Sessions: Dawes performs "When The Tequila Runs Out"
Southern California rock band Dawes is one of the most respected live bands around. In their decade-long journey, they have toured with Dylan and collaborated with Elvis Costello. The band performs "When The Tequila Runs Out" from their new album, "We're All Gonna Die" on "CBS This Morning: Saturday."
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Dawes' frontman on musical journey and new album
Dawes is one of the most respected live bands around. The Southern California rock band has toured with Dylan and collaborated with Elvis Costello. "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host Anthony Mason spoke to the band's frontman about their decade-long journey.
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Kate Winslet and Liam Hemsworth on "The Dressmaker," getting bullied
"The Dressmaker" co-stars Kate Winslet and Liam Hemsworth discuss their new film and how they were picked on as children.
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How Brangelina breakup goes beyond gossip pages
Angelina Jolie filed for divorce from Brad Pitt, her husband of two years. The two have been together for 12 years and are parents to six children. They became known for their dedication to charitable causes. Jolie's attorney said the divorce is "for the health of the family." Lee Cowan looks back at the couple known as "Brangelina."
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"The Magnificent Seven" cast on the film's Trump-like villain
Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke and more compare Peter Sarsgaard's mining tycoon bad guy to the GOP nominee.
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Scott Bakula on "NCIS: New Orleans," Broadway and family
Actor Scott Bakula has played many memorable roles, including one as a time-traveling physicist in "Quantum Leap." He earned a Golden Globe for best actor in 1992 for the series. Now Bakula is back for the third season of "NCIS: New Orleans." Bakula joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his role as special agent Dwayne Pride.
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Kevin James is back on TV in "Kevin Can Wait"
Kevin James has made TV and movie audiences roar with laughter since he was discovered doing stand-up 20 years ago. James is now back on network TV after nearly a decade. He joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about playing a newly-retired police officer in his new series, "Kevin Can Wait."
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Bruce Springsteen on writing his autobiography
In this web exclusive, the rock legend talks to Anthony Mason about finding his voice while writing "Born to Run," his new memoir.
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Reliving The Beatles' touring days
Oscar-winning director Ron Howard talks about his new documentary, "Eight Days a Week," and how The Beatles broke new ground in the 1960s with stadium touring.
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Ron Howard on The Beatles' "rocketship ride"
The Oscar-winning director talks about his new documentary on the Fab Four's touring days, "Eight Days a Week."
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Riccie Johnson: Putting TV's best face forward
Riccie Johnson, of our "Sunday Morning" family, has had more face time with familiar faces than anyone we know. Mo Rocca tells us about her life-long brush with fame.
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Michael Weatherly on new CBS series, "Bull"
Michael Weatherly plays Dr. Jason Bull, the founder of a successful trial consulting firm, in the new CBS show, "Bull." The character combines psychology skills with technology to help predict and influence trial verdicts. Weatherly joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new role.
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Who are the highest paid TV actresses?
Check out which small-screen stars made Forbes magazine's list of the highest paid TV actress.
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7 facts you may not know about Tupac Shakur
It's been 20 years since 2pac's death, but his music and his life are still as captivating as ever
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Wendy Williams: "I have no rhythm"
Can TV talk show host Wendy Williams dance, or perform the clapping game "Miss Mary Mack"? In this web exclusive Michelle Miller finds out.
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Wendy Williams' shoe collection
In this web exclusive correspondent Michelle Miller was invited to peruse TV talk show host Wendy Williams' collection of footwear and bling.
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Queen Elizabeth II through the years
A look at the extraordinary life of Queen Elizabeth II, Britain's longest reigning monarch.
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"MacGyver" co-stars on reboot of classic action series
In the classic "MacGyver" series, Richard Dean Anderson played a secret agent who used science and ordinary objects to solve tough problems. Now, the show is getting a reboot as a new series on CBS. Co-stars Lucas Till and George Eads join "CBS This Morning" to discuss how they prepared for their roles.
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Bill Cosby gets June 2017 court date
Comedian Bill Cosby was back in court Tuesday. A judge set a tentative trial date for June 5, 2017. CBSN's Elaine Quijano has more.
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Fox settles Gretchen Carlson lawsuit
Fox News has reportedly agreed to pay Gretchen Carlson $20 million dollars, after the former television host filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against former Fox CEO Roger Ailes. Politico media reporter Hadas Gold joins CBSN with more details on the settlement.
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Julie Chen and Aisha Tyler on Season 7 of "The Talk"
The ladies of the CBS Emmy-winning daytime show, "The Talk," are returning for its seventh season. Hosts Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler and Sheryl Underwood take a lively look at the issues and events of the day. Chen and Tyler join "CBS This Morning" with a preview of the upcoming season.
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"Star Trek" turns 50
The original "Star Trek" series lasted just three years, from 1966 to 1969, but the adventures of the Starship Enterprise are still continuing at warp speed half a century later. Faith Salie talks with Captain Kirk himself, William Shatner, and with some of "Star Trek"'s most passionate fans.
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