Tony Highlights: A Historic Win And A Strong Night For Women"I wish I wasn't the only woman directing a musical on Broadway this season," she said. "There are so many women who are ready to go. There are so many artists of color who are ready to go. ... This is not a pipeline issue. It is a failure of imagination by a field whose job is to imagine the way the world could be."
'60 Minutes' Correspondent Scott Pelley On 'Truth Worth Telling'Pelley said we've transitioned from the information age to the disinformation age which makes traditional journalist all the more important for america and the world.
'Big Bang Theory' Fostered Deeper Connection To PhysicsThe Big Bang Theory, one of television's most successful comedies in history, will air its last episode May 16.
CBS Unveils Brand New Fall Television LineupCBS2's Alex Denis got a sneak peek at the network’s fall preview.
CBS News Names New Evening Anchor, Revamps Morning ShowKing, 64, has cemented her importance to "CBS This Morning" with newsmaking interviews, the most recent her high-profile interview with singer R. Kelly .
Hugs, Tears Mark Taping Of Final 'Big Bang Theory' Episode"This show has touched so many hearts," an emotional Kaley Cuoco told the fans who filled a Warner Bros. soundstage Tuesday. She shared a comment made by series creator Chuck Lorre at a reading of the final script: "'The Big Bang Theory' will live on in our hearts forever."
Skokie Police Department's Viral #LipSyncChallenge Video In The Running For CBS Show, 'Lip Sync To The Rescue'A viral video the Skokie Police Department put together last year has made the cut as one of 30 police-made videos from towns all over the U.S. in the running for a top prize on CBS's show 'Lip Sync To The Rescue'.
New CBS Series 'The Red Line' Premieres Sunday'The Red Line', a new series on CBS debuts Sunday night.
Police-Shooting Drama 'The Red Line' Brings Young Actress Into SpotlightThe eight-episode limited series debuting at 8 p.m. EDT Sunday also stars Emayatzy Corinealdi and is from executive producers Ava DuVernay ("Selma," Queen Sugar") and Greg Berlanti ("Everwood," ''Political Animals"). Also notable: it's on CBS, and is among the steps it's taking toward inclusiveness after prolonged criticism for its predominantly white prime-time lineup.
Ken Kercheval, Beleaguered Cliff On 'Dallas,' Dies At 83He was in "Dallas" for its full run, from 1978 to 1991, and returned as oilman Cliff opposite Hagman for a revival of the prime-time drama that aired from 2012-14.
'Young And The Restless' Honors Kristoff St. John, His WorkThe actor played Neil Winters on the daytime serial for nearly 28 years. St. John died at age 52 last February of heart disease.
'Mary Tyler Moore Show' Actress Georgia Engel Dies At 70Engel was best known for her role as Georgette on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," the character who was improbably destined to marry pompous anchorman Ted Baxter, played by Ted Knight.
Free Screening Of 'The Red Line' At Saint Sabina Church“The Red Line,” a new Chicago-based miniseries is coming to CBS in a couple weeks, but you can catch a free screening Friday night.
Winston, Michigan State Hold Off Bradley 76-65The Spartans iced the game at the line, where they hit their first 20 and finished 25 of 26.
David Letterman: I Stayed On Network TV For Too LongThe 71-year-old Letterman, still in his bushy post-retirement beard, said that you want to make sure you have enough energy for other things in life and, while his talk show was on, he didn't.