The NCIS: LA team must notify Homeland Security when a murder investigation exposes a larger threat to a Los Angeles-based train. (TV-PG L, V)
Four days into the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, no clues have emerged as to what happened to it. The confusion deepened Tuesday when a Malaysian newspaper quoted the country's air force chief as saying the plane may have changed course; and, Malcolm London lives in Chicago’s Austin neighborhood, a part of the city that doesn’t usually inspire verse. The 20-year-old started writing poems in 2009 to give his community a voice. He now takes his message to public school classrooms and can be seen performing for national audiences.
Tune-in to The Price is Right to see fantasies turn into reality! Drew Carey hosts. (TV-G)
Dave welcomes actor Jason Bateman, actor Miles Teller and musical guest Gary Allan. (TV-PG)
Reese and Finch enlist the help of Carter, Shaw and Zoe Morgan, who use their feminine wiles to bait a chameleon playboy who is either a predator or someone else's imminent prey. Meanwhile, The Machine helps Root to plot an escape from her psych ward confinement before a dangerous enemy can track her down. Paige Turco guest stars as Zoe Morgan. (TV-14 L, V)
Gibbs and McGee travel to Afghanistan when a murder case leads them to an Afghan women's shelter Mike Frank's secretly supported for years. Muse Watson guest stars as Mike Franks. (TV-14 D, L, V)
Costumed contestants including a ladybug, a whoopee cushion, and a clown play Keep On Rollin' and other great games for the chance to win cash and prizes! Wayne Brady hosts. (TV-PG)
Las cosas se vuelven incomodas en Forrester cuando Aly se enfrenta a Quinn. (TV-14 D)
Things become uncomfortable at Forrester when Aly stands up to Quinn. (TV-14 D)
Today's special guest is Mayim Bialik from the CBS hit show 'The Big Bang Theory!' (TV-PG)
Craig welcomes actress Emily Mortimer with comedy by Darrin Rose and music by The Alternate Routes. (TV-14 D, L)
Kevin comes up with a solution to help save Chloe, while a meeting with Jack yields unexpected results for Kelly. (TV-14 D)
The Great Khali, Matt Hardy, Maria vs. The Hart Dynasty
The technology company Pure LiFi has come up with the bright idea of using LED light bulbs to transmit data. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on how it works.
A winter storm has developed and is expected to hit the Midwest beginning Tuesday evening and moving into the Northeast Wednesday into Thursday. Parts of New England could see the worst of the weather with up to a foot of snow. CBS Chicago station WBBM's meteorologist Megan Glaros tracks the latest.
All new: A detective is haunted by the case of two women missing for 30 years – now she’s hot on the trail of a killer. Susan Spencer reports Saturday, March 15 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
A family calls 911 about an attack by their pet house cat! Sharon spills on her own animal attack drama!
With the Bucs expected to release Darrelle Revis on Tuesday Boomer and Carton discuss where the prized cornerback could end up.
Leslie tells Avery that she and Neal ended their engagement.
Miles Teller talks about his starring roles in "Divergent" and the upcoming "Fantastic Four."
INSIDE EDITION spoke to the Barker family about their 22-pound pet cat that terrorized them to the point of calling 911.
Novelist Ann Rice, known for her vampire fiction writing, has joined other writers in signing a petition urging Amazon.com to put an end to its posting of anonymous reviews. But will they give in? WCCO-TV's Heather Brown reports.
Lauren Cohan tells Craig about the dream she had about Jeff Goldblum.
Jerry Seinfeld recently found himself in hot water with remarks he made about race. Jerry's friend and former roommate, George Wallace, told Arsenio his own opinion on the controversy.
A leaked flier says HTC's new smartphone can create 3D effects, Jawbone Up24 works with Android, and Twitch broadcasting arrives for Xbox One in time for Titanfall.
Werner Ladder Dunk of the game: New Mexico/San Diego State
Sprint's Japanese owner said in interview with Charlie Rose that he wants to merge with T-Mobile. SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son says the combined companies could then go head to head with giants AT&T and Verizon. Regulators have said reducing the number of major wireless carriers would cut competition, but Son argues it would create a price war. Jill Wagner has the latest MoneyWatch headlines.
David Steinberg interviews Garry Marshall.
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