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)
The Talk is in New York City! Today, Andy Cohen. Plus, LL Cool J from 'NCIS: LA.' (TV-PG)
Stephen Colbert joked about the media buzz surrounding Oprah Winfrey's interview with cyclist Lance Armstrong.
Dr. Ana Krieger, medical director of the Weill Cornell Center for Sleep Medicine at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, talks to Charlie Rose and Norah O'Donnell about how your body position in bed can affect your health.
President Obama today thanked Vice President Joe Biden for heading a task force in an effort to prevent gun violence like last month's massacre at a Newtown, Conn., elementary school, and said "we have an obligation to try" to stop tragedies like it from happening again.
"CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
The Fantasy Baseball Today crew answers emails and more phone calls ahead of Week 8.
Bill wonders if this tragedy with Steffy can once again draw Hope and Liam together.
Fantasy Baseball Today's Nando Di Fino says he's not yet ready to give up on Leonys Martin.
After a "very important, productive meeting" with President Obama and military leaders on the "huge problem" of sexual assault in the military, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said that while there is no "silver bullet" to stop the problem, "We all have committed to turn this around, and we're going to fix the problem."
Singer Tim McGraw speaks to Gayle King about the success of his album, "Two Lanes of Freedom," his wife Faith Hill and what he plans to do when his daughter starts dating.
Culinary rock star chef Guy Fieri serves up a seafood dinner and his twist on the mojito. See why it gets steamy in THE TALK kitchen!
Tight end Rob Gronkowski may require back surgery, in addition to a fourth surgery on his forearm. Allie and Doug bring up implications this may have on the Patriots upcoming season. Watch "Lead Off" - Weekdays at Midnight ET on CBS Sports Network.
TSM Snapdragon heads down to the LCS Spring split break to win it all and show NA who's number one.
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High-profile sex scandals in the military among those responsible for implementing sexual assault prevention have highlighted issues in the system. President Obama, military brass, and a group of Republicans and Democrats are seeking change. CBS News' David Martin reports.
The recent kidnapping case in Cleveland focused new attention on domestic abuse. The CDC says almost one out of four women have experienced "severe physical violence" by an intimate partner. Jim Axelrod shares one victim's story.
Craig's monologue for May 16th, 2013.