Sony Gives Literary Film Division, Axed by Disney, a Second Life

Elizabeth Gabler, the executive behind hit movies like “The Devil Wears Prada,” will run a venture financed by Sony Pictures and HarperCollins Publishers.
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Howard University's history of producing trailblazing Black leaders on display with Harris pick
Sen. Kamala Harris' selection as the first Black woman to be named to a major party's presidential ticket has brought attention to her alma mater, Howard University, one of the country's most prominent historically Black universities.
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2024 Presidential Election Could Be Between Andrew Cuomo and Mitt Romney
A new poll suggests that a somewhat unlikely race between New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Senator Mitt Romney is favored by voters queried about the 2024 presidential election.
Alcatraz Island reopens Monday
Ferry service to the island resumes as well.
Texas Gov Says Austin's Police Budget Cut 'Paves the Way for Lawlessness'
"Public safety is job one, " said Texas Governor Greg Abbott about the budget cuts, "and Austin has abandoned that duty."
Madonna set to fly to Jamaica for weekend-long 62nd birthday bash
BFF and longtime manager Guy Oseary is, however, skipping due to the pandemic.
No regrets? Looking back at the derailed trade between the Dodgers and Angels
Would the near trade of Joc Pederson and Ross Stripling from the Dodgers to the Angels for Luis Rengifo have had an impact this season?
British playhouse listed on Airbnb as a joke, gets real customer
A children-sized playhouse was listed on Airbnb as a joke in Ludgershall, England, a family actually booked it for a weekend at around $653.35.
Dustin Jacoby set to make UFC return vs. Justin Ledet on Oct. 31
A Halloween event is on tap for the UFC in 2020.        Related StoriesHow an autograph snub by an NBA star helped Daniel Cormier deal with future fameCynthia Calvillo, Lauren Murphy agree to fight at UFC 254Youssef Zalal happy to continue taking short-notice fights: 'That's where I thrive'
Economist lays out case for reparations that would cost US gov’t $12T
A noted economist has laid out a roadmap for how the U.S. could make reparations to the descendants of slaves — and estimates it would cost between 10 and 12 trillion dollars to right the historic injustice. Duke University professor William Darity Jr. and his wife, the writer A. Kirsten Mullen, co-authored a report making...
Phoenix Suns beat Dallas Mavericks to move to 8-0 in NBA bubble
The Phoenix Suns await their playoff fate after beating the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday to move to 8-0 in the NBA bubble.
Watch Epic's parody of Apple's iconic "1984" commercial
The video comes as part of a dispute between Apple and the maker of the wildly popular game Fortnite
Matthew McConaughey grills Dr. Fauci in interview on COVID-19
Matthew McConaughey interviewed Anthony Fauci, the nation’s famed infectious disease expert, for 40 minutes on Instagram Thursday.
LeBron James helping make Dodger Stadium a voting site in historic move
The Los Angeles Dodgers have partnered with LeBron James to help make Dodger Stadium a voting site for the general election in November. It’s the first time a Major League Baseball team has offered up its facility as a voting site. Thursday’s announcement is the culmination of a partnership between the Dodgers, the city, and...
Trump says open schools. Teachers say safety first. As cases rise, unions may win.
Unions are battling Trump, Betsy DeVos and GOP leaders on how schools reopen, leaving little time to negotiate how to improve online learning.
Jason Rantz: In Seattle, 'Black Lives Matter' means 'running out the Black female police chief'
Seattle’s idea of supporting the Black Lives Matter movement involves laying off Black police officers and pushing the city's Black police chief to resign, radio host Jason Rantz told Fox News Radio’s "Guy Benson Show" Thursday.
Fact check: Trump promotes another birther lie, this time about Kamala Harris
President Donald Trump spent years pushing lies about the birthplace and presidential eligibility of President Barack Obama, the first Black president.
Kelly Clarkson responds after Twitter user says her marriage 'didn't work' due to her busy schedule
Kelly Clarkson is responding to a social media user who speculated on why the star's marriage to husband Brandon Blackstock came to an end.
‘Project Power’ review: Superheroes fight the War on Drugs
The film's heightened action sequences have an illustrated quality to them.
Review: As Netflix superhuman action-thrillers go, 'Project Power' is no 'Old Guard'
Jamie Foxx, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Dominique Fishback star in this flashy but generic thriller.
What to stream this weekend: Apple TV+ documentary 'Boys State,' Netflix's 'Project Power'
With theaters closed, new films are streaming. Out this weekend: Apple TV+ documentary 'Boys State,' Jamie Foxx and MGK's 'Project Power' on Netflix.
Ja Morant, Jonas Valanciunas each get a triple-double as Grizzlies secure spot in play-in
Memphis clinched a spot in the play-in as Ja Morant and Jonas Valanciunas became the first Grizzlies teammates to have triple-doubles in same game.
'It's nothing new.' Cooper rolls the tape on Trump birtherism
CNN's Anderson Cooper shows footage from "Anderson Cooper 360" from April 2011 showing Donald Trump promoting a conspiracy theory that then President Barrack Obama was not born in the US, just as he's doing now with vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris.
Rams have safety in numbers with John Johnson back leading the group
Back from injury, Rams safety John Johnson helps lead a secondary that he claims could be among the best in the NFL.
Trump claims funding USPS will lead to ballot fraud
President Donald Trump doubled down on his opposition to giving the United States Postal Service $25 billion in funding in order to block expanded mail-in voting for the election because he believes it will benefit the Democrats. CNN's Kristen Holmes reports this comes as a federal judge gave the Trump campaign one day to produce evidence of vote-by-mail fraud in Pennsylvania, which they claim exists.
In-N-Out is site of COVID-19 outbreak in Oregon
While still considered “active,” officials said none of the outbreaks still pose a risk to the public.
Kamala Harris' diverse family heritage
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), whose father is Jamaican and mother is Indian, speaks passionately of her heritage. CNN's Nic Robertson offers a closer look at the story of her diverse family.
Protesters surround Ukrainian president's office
More than 200,000 protesters, angry at their government's refusal to sign a trade agreement with the European Union, surrounded President Viktor Yanukovych's office. The protesters are demanding his resignation, saying the government is corrupt and too tied to Russia.
Photo rescuers help flood victims save irreplaceable memories
A rescue operation is under way in the recently flood-ravaged Boulder, Colo., area, where professional photographer Heather Knierim began a project to help people save photographs damaged in the floodwaters. Barry Petersen reports.
70-car pileup caused by ice
More than 70 cars were involved in an early-morning pileup on Interstate 290 near Worcester, Mass. The roads were icy due to a slow-moving winter storm. The accident stretched over 200 yards and more than 35 people were hospitalized.
What happened to JFK's presidential limo?
The limo carrying President John F. Kennedy when he was assassinated continued to be used by the three next presidents and now sits in repose at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Mich. Dean Reynolds reports.
Glasgow police continue search for helicopter crash victims
Search and rescue operations continue in Glasgow, Scotland, as crews dig through the rubble of the site where a police helicopter crashed into a crowded pub. Charlie D'Agata reports.
London cyclists fight back against dangerous traffic conditions
Around 1,000 cyclists lay down in the streets of central London to protest traffic conditions that have killed 14 riders this year. Drivers say they aren't always to blame, claiming some cyclists don't follow the road rules. Alphonso Van Marsh reports.
Obamacare website engineers fixed over 400 bugs in the past month
The Obama administration's website rescue consultant, Jeffrey Zients, told reporters engineers fixed more than 400 bugs in the past month. The White House says Obamacare's federal website can handle up to 50,000 people at a time and up to 800,000 in a single day. Major Garrett reports.
2 million more shoppers this year, but spending is down
The National Retail Federation says 2 million more people shopped this holiday shopping weekend compared to last year, but on average shoppers are expected to spend $16 less per person this year. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
2020 events so far: Yep, these major world events all happened this year
From a deadly pandemic to a global movement for racial justice, the year 2020 has already experienced its fair share of world-shifting events -- and it is only a little over halfway through.
Passenger train derails in Bronx, multiple injuries reported
A Metro-North commuter train derailed in the Bronx early Sunday morning, overturning several of the train's cars. The FDNY has reported there are multiple injuries, although the exact number and their severity is still not clear. Janelle Burrell from CBS 2 News reports.
Engineer said brakes were not working
The NTSB is leading the investigation into the deadly Metro-North derailment. They are looking into witness accounts, track conditions and the train's speed. Law enforcement sources say the engineer told first responders he applied the brakes but they didn't work. Jeff Pegues reports.
Bezos recalls Amazon's riskiest move
Jeff Bezos, Amazon's founder and CEO, tells Charlie Rose why he once handed over 20 percent of the company and what he got in return. Bezos says, "Lot of people did very well in that deal."
Pelosi's first time at the Capitol
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi tells Scott Pelley about her first visit to the Capitol and describes the building's symbolism.
Broken pieces of the dome
Stephen Ayers is the Architect of the Capitol. He shows Scott Pelley why a massive repair project is needed: pieces of the dome are falling off.
Deadly train derailment in the Bronx
A Metro-North commuter en route from Poughkeepsie, N.Y., to Grand Central Terminal in New York City derailed early in the morning when it reached a sharp curve in the Bronx. Four people are dead and more than 60 suffered injuries. Don Dahler reports.
The U.S. Capitol: Rising above Washington politics
Moment of the Week: At age 150, the U.S. Capitol dome has become a symbol of our country, its symmetry and stature even more impressive seen from the air
Why Bezos bought The Washington Post
Jeff Bezos wasn't shopping for a newspaper when he bought The Washington Post. Bezos explains how Donald Graham, Chairman of the Washington Post Company, convinced him he was the right buyer.
David Camm's uncle on the end of a 13-year legal battle
Sam Lockhart, who was one of David Camm's most ardent supporters, shares his frustrations about the case and what it feels like to have David finally home.,
Open: This is Face the Nation, December 1
The latest on the repairs of Obamacare website, nuclear negotiations with Iran, and more, with Sens. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., and Bob Menendez, D-N.J., Gov. Scott Walker, R-Wisc., and more.
Frank and Janice Renn talk about their grandchildren
"48 Hours"' Richard Schlesinger sat down with the couple, whose daughter, Kim, and grandchildren, were murdered on Sept. 28, 2000. The Renns talk about their memories of Brad and Jill and what they might be like today.
The U.S. Capitol like you've never seen it before
A 60 Minutes cameraman's stunning shots of the U.S. Capitol, a building we don't usually associate with beauty and reflection
Past presidents and their lessons for today
Doris Kearns Goodwin, Peter Baker, and Scott Berg, the authors of three new books on past presidents, discuss what lessons history offers for today's leaders.