Sherlock resumes his hunt for Moriarty when Sebastian Moran reveals that a man who was thought to be dead from a heart attack was actually on the list of intended victims from Moriarty on Elementary!
As Kono heads out to look for Adam, Five-0 gets a case the day before Christmas.
Samuel L. Jackson is turning 65, and he's got a unique way to celebrate.
Jackie Johnson gives a forecast for key games and explains the impact the weather could have on fantasy lineups in Week 11.
Wall Street Journal contributor Jennifer Wallace and New York Times science columnist John Tierney join the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss giving your friends and family year-end reviews. For more information, see Wallace’s essay in the Wall Street Journal.
Arsenio had one question to ask Brandi Glanville up front.
Following an admission of a security breach in November and December, Target has also confirmed there have been delays to their customer phone lines because of a "significantly higher than normal volume" of calls. Jeff Pegues reports on the customer response, as well as the investigation into the cyber attack.
President Obama explains his decision to send LGBT athletes in the U.S. delegation to Olympics in Sochi, Russia, saying such diversity represents the “heart” of America.
Enjoy 15 years of Dave and Jay Thomas trying to knock the meatball off the Late Show Christmas tree.
Here's a look back at the awesomeness and buffoonery of the PS4 Console Launch
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Highlights from Dave's monologue for December 19, 2013.
The Fantasy Football Today team tells you which running backs to trust for Week 16.
Go behind the scenes with Prop Master Jane Gulick as she previews the murder weapon that you, the fans, get to vote on starting January 10, 2014. Visit CBS.com/H50vote now!
Cleveland Browns Fullback, Chris Ogbonnaya talks about growing up and his big family as well as shows us his traditional Nigerian game day attire. For more, go to http://www.fansportslive.com/show/player-style-files/
Rev. Frank Schaefer married his son to another man six years ago. Although he was defrocked Thursday, he defended his actions saying his love for his son was more important than church rules. CBS News correspondent Terrell Brown reports.