"CBS This Morning" found itself in the uncomfortable position of covering one of its own Tuesday.
The sexual harassment allegations against the program's co-anchor Charlie Rose appeared in the signature "Eye Opener" segment at the top of the 7 a.m. hour. Rose's co-anchors, Gayle King and Norah O'Donnell, weighed in at length on the story about ...Read more
Actress Sonja Sohn, who played Det. Kima Greggs on "The Wire," has made a beautiful documentary film, "Baltimore Rising," about the city that show was set in. It premiered Monday on HBO, also the network of "The Wire."
Set mainly among officials, activists and officers in the months between the April 2015 death of Freddie Gray after injuries ...Read more
You have questions. I have some answers.
Q: Can you give us the story on Sophia Bush leaving "Chicago P.D."?
A: According to Dick Wolf, mastermind of the "Chicago" shows, and Bush herself, who played Erin Lindsay on the series, it was entirely her call to leave. After the series and her long run on "One Tree Hill," she's moving up as a star ...Read more
Following is a partial schedule of coming movies on DVD. Release dates are subject to change:
21: The Hitman's Bodyguard
21: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
21: Birth of the Dragon
21: Good Time
21: Beach Rats
21: Crown Heights
21: Dark Signal
21: Savage Dog
21: The Fall,...Read more
2017 has proven to be the year of Dunkirk. With Christopher Nolan's film, Lone Scherfig's "Their Finest" and now, Joe Wright's Churchill biopic "Darkest Hour." Although Dunkirk offers the stakes and setting to "Darkest Hour," this is not a film about Dunkirk, but the man behind it, with the event offering a way to understand him through one of ...Read more
Veteran broadcaster Charlie Rose is expected to face a suspension from CBS News following a Washington Post report that he sexually harassed eight women who worked on his PBS talk show more than a decade ago.
Rose, 75, acknowledges and apologizes for the behavior recounted in the Post investigation published Monday, which details unwanted ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Starting in the 1970s, not long after Charles Manson directed his followers to murder seven people over two bloody nights in Los Angeles, the convicted killer's music and notoriety fueled a small underground industry.
The allure was centered on Manson's only album, recorded in Los Angeles in 1967 and '68 and issued a year after ...Read more
Zinzi Clemmons, a writer for Lena Dunham and Jenny Konner's Lenny Letter, announced her resignation on Sunday in the wake of the women's statement in defense of "Girls" writer-producer Murray Miller, whom actress Aurora Perrineau has accused of rape.
"For all you writers who are outraged about what she did, I encourage you to do the same," ...Read more
One thing's for certain -- you're going to want to call your grandparents after seeing Pixar's latest masterpiece "Coco." Centered around the Mexican holiday of Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), "Coco" uses the vibrant colors and style of the holiday to spin an imaginative tale rich in tradition and culture, while beautifully celebrating ...Read more
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings
"Soul of a Woman"
Sharon Jones was a 5-foot-tall, bighearted, soul-singing life force, and she displayed an indomitable spirit throughout the long battle with pancreatic cancer that she finally succumbed to a year ago. Though the Augusta, Ga., native took sick time off in the last years of her life, ...Read more
After actor Anthony Edwards publicly accused producer Gary Goddard of molesting him as a child four decades ago, a second accuser has come forward to corroborate Edwards' claim and allege that Goddard also attempted to molest him on multiple occasions.
Edwards, now 55 and whose many film and television credits include 14 years on "ER", claimed ...Read more
A former Obama administration official has submitted a bid to buy the Weinstein Co. and install a majority-female board of directors, in a surprising twist for the beleaguered film and television studio that has been trying to avoid bankruptcy.
Maria Contreras-Sweet, who ran the U.S. Small Business Administration from 2014 to 2017, sent a ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- At least this thing had its heart in the right place.
In an age of widespread awards-show overload, nobody looks to the annual American Music Awards -- broadcast live Sunday night on ABC from the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles -- for an authoritative diagnosis of what matters in pop music, never mind the larger culture...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Diana Ross celebrated her lifetime achievement award Sunady at the 2017 American Music Awards with a jubilant, career-spanning medley.
In what's become her signature grand entrance, the pop diva arrived to the tune of her 1980 Nile Rodgers-produced anthem, "I'm Coming Out."
With a career that spans nearly 60 years, Ross had a ...Read more
Love is in the air with new DVD releases scheduled to hit stores on Nov. 28.
"I Do Until I Don't"; 2.5 stars: At its gooey center, "I Do ... Until I Don't" is like vanilla cake. It is sweet and will fill a hunger for something light, but generally there's nothing that memorable about it. Writer/director Lake Bell's examination of marriage as a ...Read more
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- Actress Sara Botsford admits she harbors all the qualities attributed to redheads. "The cliche is that redheads are trouble anyway," she grins. "You're told that as a 3-year-old, 4-year-old, 5-year-old. So it gives you a bit of license to think you can get away with stuff. I had a pretty strong temper. I have all those ...Read more
Sen. Al Franken has been edited out of an upcoming PBS special honoring David Letterman following allegations of sexual harassment.
"PBS will air an updated 'David Letterman: The Mark Twain Prize' on Monday," the network said in a statement. "Sen. Al Franken participated in the event, but will not appear substantially in the PBS program.
"PBS ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- In a superhero showdown, the combined forces of Warner Bros.' "Justice League" was enough to topple "Thor: Ragnarok" from the top spot at the box office, despite a soft opening for the DC Comics mash-up.
"Justice League" grossed an estimated $96 million in the U.S. and Canada, according to ComScore, below predictions of $110 ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Embattled music mogul Russell Simmons took to Twitter on Sunday to respond to allegations that he sexually assaulted a 17-year-old model in 1991.
"I completely and unequivocally deny the horrendous allegations of non-consensual sex against me with every fiber of my being," he said in the statement.
Simmons, 60, has been accused ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- After being accused of sexual harassment by two women on the set of "Transparent," Jeffrey Tambor may not return to the Amazon series.
"Playing Maura Pfefferman on 'Transparent' has been one of the greatest privileges and creative experiences of my life," Tambor said in a statement released Sunday. "What has become clear over the...Read more
- Charlie Rose is accused of sexual harassment of women who worked on his PBS talk show
- Movie review: 'Coco' is another home run for Pixar/Disney
- Olivia Munn doesn't understand why anyone is still working with Brett Ratner
- 'Justice League' brings down the hammer on 'Thor'
- Charles Manson's life as a failed musician, Beach Boys hanger-on and mediocre songwriter