MLB players report for testing ahead of shortened season -- "We were doing workouts by time, you know? You have to reserve a time. I wasn't interacting with a lot of people there," Yoan Moncada of the Chicago White Sox said of his preparation for the shortened season.
9 hours agoNick Cordero's wife waiting for the day "he holds my hand back" -- Cordero has been hospitalized for three months and suffered a number of complications from COVID-19.
10 hours agoAmanda Kloots on visiting Nick Cordero in ICU -- Nick Cordero's wife Amanda Kloots discussed the emotional photo she shared of her holding her husband's hand in the ICU, telling "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King that she's waiting for the moment when "he holds [her] hand back." The 41-year-old Broadway star has been hospitalized for three months, following complications from COVID-19.
10 hours agoWeinstein in tentative $19 million settlement with many accusers -- Deal was announced by New York attorney general and lawyers from class-action suit but attorneys for some other accusers call it "complete sellout."
21 hours agoComedian Carl Reiner dies at 98 -- Emmy Award-winning actor Carl Reiner has died at 98 years old. He was a comedian, a TV pioneer, a writer and a director. Chip Reid takes a look back at his life. -- Jun 30
8 hours agoFrom 2017: TV comedy's "Golden Boys" -- Carl Reiner, the funnyman behind TV classics like "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and movies like "The Jerk, died on June 29, 2020 at the age of 98. In this story which originally aired on June 4, 2017, correspondent Tracy Smith sat down with Reiner, actor Dick Van Dyke, and producer Norman Lear, to talk about how they helped reshape the TV comedy landscape in the 1960s and '70s, and about the HBO documentary about their generation, "If You're Not in the Obit, Eat Breakfast." -- Jun 30
9 hours agoFrom 2015: Carl Reiner, still making us laugh -- Carl Reiner, the funnyman behind TV classics like "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and movies like "The Jerk, died on June 29, 2020 at the young age of 98. In this interview with Sunday Morning correspondent Tracy Smith originally broadcast on March 8, 2015, the writer-director-actor proved that he had never stopped cracking us up. -- Jun 30
8 hours agoFrom 2001: Milton Glaser's designing mind -- Acclaimed graphic designer Milton Glaser, best known for creating the "I NY" logo, died on June 26, 2020 at age 91. In this Sunday Morning profile that originally aired on April 1, 2001, correspondent Thalia Assuras talked with Glaser about his creative career in publishing, advertising, and even restaurant decor, and his startling comment that graphic design is not art. -- Jun 30
13 hours agoNetflix announces new series about Colin Kaepernick -- Kaepernick will appear as himself in the series - as its narrator. -- Jun 30
15 hours agoCarl Reiner, driving force in American comedy, dies at 98 -- Reiner rose to comedy's front ranks as creator of "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and straight man to Mel Brooks' "2000 Year Old Man." -- Jun 30
15 hours agoSeveral MLB players opt out of 2020 season over virus -- The 60-game season, originally scheduled to begin March 26, will now start at the end of July. -- Jun 30
1 day agoSacha Baron Cohen appears to crash right-wing event -- A singer, who appears to be Cohen in disguise, was booked as a musical guest at a rally for an anti-government extremist group. -- Jun 29
1 day agoCirque du Soleil files for bankruptcy, citing COVID-19 -- Thousands of workers, from clowns and acrobats to back-office workers, to lose their jobs under circus's restructuring. -- Jun 29
1 day agoTV shows canceled or ended in 2020 -- It was the end of the road for "Cops," "Hawaii Five-0," "Modern Family" and more. -- Jun 29
1 day agoKim Kardashian West sells beauty brand stake for $200 million -- Deal with CoverGirl maker Coty values reality TV star's three-year-old makeup business at $1 billion. -- Jun 29
1 day ago