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Charlie Sheen is HIV positive
Actor Charlie Sheen has revealed he is HIV positive after being diagnosed four years ago. CBSN's Meg Oliver and Elaine Quijano have more.
New documentary examines U.S. fight against terrorism
The new documentary "The Spymasters" takes viewers inside the CIA during the fight against terrorism. Writer Chris Whipple and director Jules Naudet join CBSN to discuss.
Is there just too much TV?
With an estimated 400 scripted TV shows airing in the United States this year, there's no shortage of content. Some say viewers may eventually hit a malaise because of the overwhelming choices available.
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Preview: Jennifer Hudson in "The Color Purple"
The Oscar- and Grammy-winning actor-singer is making her Broadway debut in a revival of the musical "The Color Purple." In this preview of an interview to be broadcast on "Sunday Morning," Jennifer Hudson talks with correspondent Anthony Mason about being on a New York stage for the first time.
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Chile mine disaster revisited in "The 33"
The new film is based on the real-life rescue of 33 Chilean miners who endured 69 days trapped underground after a mine collapse in 2010. The film focuses on the miners' ordeal underground and the struggles of their families above.
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Saturday Sessions: Morgan Wade performs “Wilder Days”
Growing up in Virginia, Morgan Wade started her first band in college—putting it together through an ad on Craigslist. Her live sets caught record producers' attention, leading to her debut album "Reckless" and songs that showed up on prominent playlists on Spotify and Apple Music, garnering over a million streams. Wade joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to perform her song "Wilder Days."
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150 years of "Alice in Wonderland"
Author Lewis Carroll wrote the original "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" 150 years ago, and it has been sending readers down the rabbit hole ever since, as Anthony Mason reports.
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Rapper plays role of meteorologist
Rapper Waka Flocka shows off his weather forecasting chops at CBS affiliate WLTX.
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Gisele Bündchen on gossip and paparazzi
After gossip columns reported Bündchen was spotted in a burka outside a plastic surgeon's office, the famous model tells "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose how she deals with the paparazzi that feeds "a system and a media that doesn't have to fact check"
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SeaWorld ending killer whale shows in San Diego
SeaWorld says it will phase out its San Diego Shamu show in 2016. San Diego Union-Tribune business reporter Lori Weisberg spoke to CBSN about the change in policy.
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YouTube stars redefine fame
The Internet is changing what it means to be a celebrity.
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Review: Journalists speak truth to power in "Spotlight"
A new film, "Spotlight," examines how a team of Boston Globe reporters uncovered a sex abuse scandal in the Catholic Church. Critic David Edelstein says it makes a better case for probing journalism than anything since "All the President's Men."
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The Dish: Louisiana chef John Besh shares recipes from his new book
Chef John Besh is a native son of southern Louisiana, and he's dedicated to its culinary riches and its traditions. After training in France and Germany, Besh returned home to put down roots in New Orleans and became its most steadfast ambassador, especially after Hurricane Katrina flooded the city in 2005. His talent and drive have made him one of the most respected and celebrated chefs in America today. Besh has 12 restaurants and is the author of four cookbooks. John Besh joins "CBS This Morning."
Tattoos move from the new normal to the world of high art
Although they've been around for thousands of years, tattoos are just recently headed into the rarefied world of fine art and onto the auction block. Michelle Miller has the story.
Who made a cameo appearance in every single Bond movie?
From "Goldfinger" to "Spectre" -- he has always been then there. Not James Bond, but the man who has made a cameo in nearly every film over 50 years. We'll tell you who he is and how he was able to pull it off.
How video games are saving symphony orchestras
Symphony orchestras across the country are down-sizing because of dwindling revenues. But in an unusual twist, certain symphony orchestras are delighting a new generation of fans and helping concert halls sell more tickets. Omar Villafranca reports.
Documentary delves into Nicolas Cage's real life "Lord of War" character
The Nicolas Cage character in the 2005 movie "Lord of War" was inspired by a real man: the infamous international arms smuggler Viktor Bout. Bout ran a vast weapons empire until a sting operation led by U.S. agents took him down in 2008. A new documentary offers an unprecedented look into Bout's rags-to-riches-to-prison story. The new film is available online and is titled "The Notorious Mr. Bout." Co-directors Tony Gerber and Maxim Pozdorovkin join "CBS This Morning: Saturday."
Inside look at Jennifer Connelly's interview for "Sunday Morning"
Tracy Smith tells CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Jericka Duncan about her conversation with Oscar winning actress Jennifer Connelly airing on "Sunday Morning".
CBS News trending stories for November 5, 2015
A bomb could be to blame for the Russian jet crash, an Illinois officer stages his own death, Trump courts controversy on Saturday Night Live and more are among today's trending stories.
NBC releases Donald Trump "SNL" preview amid protests
NBC has released an ad promoting presidential hopeful Donald Trump's upcoming appearance on "Saturday Night Live," but the network is also facing protests. Mashable business and media reporter Jason Abbruzzese discussed controversy with CBSN.
Police: Fake nurse cared for Bobbi Kristina Brown
A woman is facing charges for impersonating a nurse at the hospice facility where Whitney Houston's daughter spent her final days. Police say the suspect has been caught for this same crime before. "48 Hours" Crimesider's Graham Kates joins CBSN with details on the investigation.
Bridget Moynahan on family and "Blue Bloods Cookbook"
In every episode of the CBS police drama, "Blue Bloods," the family sits down and reconnects over dinner. Those gatherings inspired "The Blue Bloods Cookbook." Bridget Moynahan, who plays an assistant district attorney on the show and co-authored the book, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss her latest project.
New Star Trek series to stream in 2017
CBS will stream a new Star Trek series in 2017, becoming the first traditional television network to debut a stream-only show. CNET senior editor Jeff Bakalar joins CBSN to talk sci-fi.
The secret of Hollywood box office success
Despite some recent flops, the movie theater business is alive and well. With the release of major blockbusters like "Jurassic World" and the upcoming "Star Wars" sequel, the theater business continues to thrive.
Is that Queen Elizabeth or Tom Hanks?
A Chinese artist created a porcelain bust of Queen Elizabeth. However, some say it looks more like actor Tom Hanks. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers has more.
Philadelphia police join anti-Tarantino boycott
Philadelphia's police union is the latest after the LAPD and NYPD to boycott director Quentin Tarantino for controversial remarks made at an anti-police violence rally. CBSN's Contessa Brewer has the latest.
Diplo talks music producing, rise to stardom
Spotify declared Diplo’s “Lean On” the “global song of the summer.” The track has spent 29 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, and the powerhouse producer and DJ shows no signs of slowing down. He recently released a new song, “Be Right There.” Wesley "Diplo" Pentz joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss his music and career.
Family’s real-life battles inspire tween tales, “Dork Diaries”
Book series "Dork Diaries" is on the New York Times and USA Today Best Seller lists. The series just sold its 25 millionth copy. Chip Reid reports on how a mother and her two daughters are helping turn dorkism into a movement.
Usher and Ray Lewis in the Toyota Green Room
In this week’s edition of “Sounds of the Toyota Green Room,” the “CBS This Morning” co-hosts chat with Usher about his new song “Chains” and Super Bowl MVP Ray Lewis about his new memoir "I Feel Like Going On.”
Head of NYPD union calls for boycott of Tarantino films
The head of the New York Patrolman's Benevolent Association is going after Quentin Tarantino, after the director called police officers "murderers." CBSN's Contessa Brewer has more.