David Letterman Honored With Mark Twain Prize For American HumorLetterman was credited with helping the nation start to heal by reassuring that it was OK to laugh again after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
CBS Announces TV Schedule For Holiday SpecialsThe holiday season is right around the corner. Here's when CBS is airing your favorite TV specials.
Survivor Castoff Alan Ball: 'When He Read That Disadvantage... I Knew It Was Going To Hurt Me'Last night's episode of ‘Survivor' introduced us to a new twist in the game: the secret disadvantage.  We talked to the castoff who felt the brunt of it.
Kenny Chesney To Play Gillette Stadium For An 18th Time Next SummerKenny Chesney can't get enough of Foxboro.
'Ron Is Used To Getting His Way': Brad Garrett On Butting Heads With Dr. BullBrad Garrett spoke to CBS Local about his experience joining the cast of Bull as tonight's guest star.
'We Were Really In This Family Sandwich': Mark Feuerstein Talks Inspiration For '9JKL'9JKL creator, executive producer and star Mark Feuerstein talks about family and his new show '9JKL.'
'It's Gonna Be Crazy': Jay Pharoah Is Amped For The Sunday Premiere Of 'White Famous'Jay Pharoah is excited for the premiere 'White Famous' on Showtime this Sunday.
'I’m Just Slightly Disappointed In Myself': 'Survivor Castoff Patrick's Q&AWe had the chance to interview the third cast off of the new season, Patrick Bolton. Here’s his initial reaction to being voted off the island.
Keller @ Large: What Is Wrong With People?The answer can be complicated.
Ben Affleck Apologizes For Groping IncidentAffleck, who said he was "saddened and angry" over the claims of sexual assault against Harvey Weinstein, is being called out on social media for an incident that happened on live TV more than a decade ago.
Eminem Looks To 'Stomp' President Trump With Rap TiradeThe rapper took aim at Trump in a 4½-minute freestyle rap video that aired as part of BET's Hip Hop Awards on Tuesday night.
Ben Affleck, Matt Damon Say They're Sickened By Harvey Weinstein AllegationsActors Ben Affleck and Matt Damon say they are sickened by allegations of sexual assault and harassment made by numerous women against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.

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