Craig welcomes actor William Shatner and actress Natalie Dormer. (TV-14)
Craig welcomes actor Paul Reiser and actress Yunjin Kim. (TV-14 D, L)
This special episode of UNDERCOVER BOSS features updates on some of the most compelling bosses and how the undercover experience impacted them personally as well as the companies they lead. (TV-PG D, L)
Michael faces off with Carmine, while a shocking secret is revealed. (TV-14 D)
The Talk is in Manhattan with Vanessa Williams and Cuba Gooding Jr. Plus, we're getting a taste of New York with Chef Guy Fieri. (TV-PG)
Paul Damico, President of Moe's Southwest Grill, has to bite his tongue after realizing one of his restaurant supervisors is being pushy and rude to the line workers. Later, Damico works with a catering director who goes out of her way to bring in new business for the company. (TV-PG L)
Costumed contestants including a cheetah, a cactus, and mime play "Go Big Or Go Home" and "Money In The Bank" for the chance to win cash and prizes! Wayne Brady hosts. (TV-PG)
Taylor offers her daughter Steffy essential guidance and support. (TV-14 D)
Dave welcomes actor Will Arnett from the new CBS comedy series "The Millers,"comedian Trevor Noah and musical guest Kurt Vile. (TV-PG)
Taylor le ofrece a su hija Steffy guía y apoyo esenciales. (TV-14 D)
This guys going to need multiple wheel spins to get through that list of names on his arm! Drew Carey hosts. (TV-PG)
Adam reconsiders his involvement with Sharon, while Avery questions Nick's concern about Summer. (TV-14 D)
Dave welcomes journalist Barbara Walters, actor Jesse Eisenberg and musical guests MS MR. (TV-PG)
Craig welcomes Ice T and comedian Paula Poundstone. (TV-14 D, L)
A new success for Leonard makes Sheldon very jealous and throws Penny for a loop. Meanwhile, Koothrappali pushes Lucy too far in their relationship. (TV-PG L)
In a 2008 interview with "48 Hours", Jodi Arias talks with correspondent Maureen Maher about her sexual exploits with Travis Alexander and reflects on whether she was being used.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton clearly labeled the ongoing hostage crisis in Algeria "an act of terror" today, vowing that the United States will do everything in its power "to bring those who would terrorize and kill innocent people to justice."
A snow storm is sweeping across Britain, cancelling flights and shutting down schools. London got a little more than a dusting. But, as Krista Erickson reports, that was enough to trigger big problems.
In 2008, Jodi Arias held a press conference at the Maricopa County Jail in Phoenix, Ariz. In her interview with reporters, Arias denies killing her ex-boyfriend, Travis Alexander.
Thousands of mostly teenage boys have fled their country to embark on a 10,000-mile trek to Europe in search of a better life. Anderson Cooper reports.
Jaden Smith addresses rumors he plans to emmancipate from his famous parents Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith.
This week's moment in nature leaves you with some proud peacocks strutting their stuff in Davie, Florida.
Ryan Schubert kidnapped GameSpot UK's Danny O'Dwyer and forces him to play Quake 1 on Nightmare mode!
Bill Geist meets Glenn Lynn, who has designed more than 400 mini-golf courses, and is adding one more to his list: Barnacle Bill's miniature golf course, which like many other Jersey Shore businesses was obliterated by Hurricane Sandy.
Some historians believe wallpaper had ancient origins, but despite its popularity among past generations it had fallen out of favor. Now some entrepreneurial wallpaper designers are stirring a renaissance of wall coverings with styles that surprise and amuse. Rita Braver reports.
Photo gallery: Funky wallpaper
President Obama announced his proposals to reduce gun violence. Also, this year's flu outbreak overwhelms the nation's hospitals. Finally, Lance Armstrong finally comes clean about doping.
Ray Nagin, the former mayor of New Orleans, faces an indictment on 21 federal corruption counts. WWL's Paul Murphy reports.
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu warns Congress, "Don't do to us what you would never do to the soldiers in the field, which is to give us a mission and don't give us the ammunition and the tools that we need."
Greg Popovich meets with the press to discuss the Spurs 105-83 victory over the Grizzlies.
Watch highlights from the SHOWTIME Championship Boxing main event Lamont Peterson vs. Lucas Matthysse. Plus Devon Alexander vs. Lee Purdy.