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CBS News - Entertainment

Gabrielle Union and NBC settle dispute over racism allegation -- Gabrielle Union and NBC have reached "an amicable solution" following Union's harassment complaint.

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You can soon cast your vote for Fat Bear Week -- Many beloved events and activities have been canceled this year, but one has weathered the pandemic: Fat Bear Week

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Disney to lay off 28,000 theme park workers -- Temporary COVID-19 closures of Disneyland and Disney World in the spring continue to hurt the entertainment giant.

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Tennessee Titans and Minnesota Vikings close facilities -- Three players and five personnel members from the Tennessee Titans ​have tested positive for the coronavirus​, marking the NFL's first outbreak of the virus.

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Sienna Miller says Chadwick Boseman gave up part of his pay to boost hers -- "That kind of thing just doesn't happen," Miller said. "He said, 'You're getting paid what you deserve, and what you're worth.'"

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Ethan Hawke on "The Good Lord Bird" -- Ethan Hawke joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new Showtime limited series "The Good Lord Bird." Hawke plays abolitionist John Brown and serves as an executive producer. (Disclaimer: Showtime is a division of ViacomCBS)

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Anita Hill on Hollywood's harassment culture -- Anita Hill hopes to change the toxic culture of harassment in Hollywood. Hill joined "CBS This Morning" to discuss a new report she helped create and gave her thoughts on the current Supreme Court fight.

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Phoenix and Mara welcome baby boy, River -- During a rare interview with "60 Minutes" this year, Joaquin Phoenix and his family opened up about River's death. -- Sep 28

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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson endorses Joe Biden and Kamala Harris -- "In this critical election, I believe Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are the best to lead our country," Johnson wrote in social media posts. -- Sep 28

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Mariah Carey on memoir, childhood struggles -- Singer-songwriter Mariah Carey talks to Gayle King about her deeply personal memoir, her childhood struggles, motherhood, overcoming the dark times and finding success. -- Sep 28

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World's smallest Rubik's Cube on sale, with a puzzling price tag -- It could make a great stocking stuffer this Christmas, if you're willing to fork out almost $2,000 on a puzzle that could easily be swept away with the tinsel. -- Sep 28

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Sunday Morning Matinee: Balm in Gilead -- Performing in isolation, members of the Pasadena, Calif.-based arts organization MUSE/IQUE join virtually to present Balm in Gilead, a poignant spiritual fitting for these troubled times. Performers include vocalists Ben Harper and Maiya Sykes, drummer Jimmy Paxson, bassist Michael Valerio, violinist Charles Yang, and keyboardist Deron Johnson, joined by Herman Cornejo, principal dancer with American Ballet Theater. -- Sep 27

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The renaissance of roller skating -- A craze from the past is once more on a roll -- Sep 27

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Mariah Carey on the darkest chapters of her life -- The singer-songwriter with a record 19 chart-topping hits talks about her new memoir, "The Meaning of Mariah Carey," and of a bleak and scary childhood that she spun into gold and platinum -- Sep 27

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Mariah Carey and her vision of success -- With a record 19 chart-topping hits, singer and songwriter Mariah Carey spun a bleak and scary childhood into gold and platinum. Now 50 and the devoted mother to nine-year-old twins, she talks with Jane Pauley about her new memoir, "The Meaning of Mariah Carey," and about escaping the darkest chapters of her life. -- Sep 27

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