Julie Chen and Sharon Osbourne, co-hosts of "The Talk," speak to Gayle King about the third season of the show and its new look.
"The Talk" co-host Sharon Osbourne tells Gayle King about her son Jack's condition after his multiple sclerosis diagnosis.
Britain's Prince Harry made an appearance at a childrens' charity and made a joke about his recent nude photo scandal. CBS News' Mark Phillips reports.
Trace Adkins jokes with Charlie Rose about country music and badonkadonks.
Joan Rivers speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the death of her longtime friend comedian Phyllis Diller, who once called Rivers her protege.
Phyllis Diller, who made Americans laugh for more than 60 years, died in Los Angeles at the age of 95. Bill Whitaker takes a look back at the comedy pioneer's life and career.
The new HBO series "Girls," which follows the lives of four young women in NYC, already has women talking from coast to coast. Lena Dunham, the 25-year-old mastermind, discusses the show with Gail King and Erica Hill.
CBS News' Mark Strassmann reports on the 40th anniversary of "Deliverance," from the area where the movie was filmed, and talks to locals about the impact it has had on the region.
Actor Wendell Pierce, New Orleans native and star of the HBO series, "Treme," speaks to Jeff Glor about his fight against what he calls "food deserts."
Paul Shaffer, musical director for "Late Show with David Letterman" discusses the legacy of Dick Clark.
Dick Clark loved showcasing talented young performers. One of them was Marie Osmond, who first appeared on "American Bandstand" when she was 13. She talks to Charlie Rose about her longtime friend and mentor.
Long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad is making her fourth attempt to swim from Cuba to Fla. CBS News Tammy Leitner reports.
Hollywood hit-maker Judd Apatow speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about his two new projects: a feature film, "The Five Year Engagement," and a new HBO series, "Girls."
Movie director Tony Scott jumped off a Los Angeles bridge to his death in an apparent suicide. Jeff Glor reports.
Actor and director Spike Lee speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the release of his sixth movie in the "Chronicles of Brooklyn" series, "Red Hook Summer."
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