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The deal, which runs through 2023, is said to potentially include new traditional shows like "Discovery"
Chadwick Boseman said while it was an honor to be recognized for playing a superhero, it was more important to "acknowledge the heroes we have in real life"
A woman wanted to take a photo with Jason Momoa at Denver Comic Con, but her husband said he was uncomfortable with that; the photo happened, and Momoa got the last laugh
The New York Times best-selling author is also marking the fourth anniversary of her double mastectomy​
The sheriff's office said the rapper, whose real name is Jahseh Onfroy, died in the hospital after a shooting in Deerfield Beach
Willie Nelson is speaking out against the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy that has resulted in parents and children being separated at the border
The actor and wrestler said he's willing to reverse his vasectomy so he and his girlfriend can have children, but can this surgery be successfully undone?
In a memorable moment at the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards, "Black Panther" star Chadwick Boseman handed his statuette to a real-life hero. CBS News' Hena Doba has all the highlights.
Exposure to bright, flashing lights can trigger seizures​ in certain people with epilepsy, the Epilepsy Foundation warns
Father of the royal bride says Prince Harry urged him to "give Donald Trump a chance"
The star of "Ant-Man and the Wasp" may play a miniature superhero in the Marvel actioner, but in real-life his charitable heroics are giant-size
The one-ring Venardos Circus is the "little circus with the great big dreams"
Tracy Smith spends time with actor Paul Rudd, star of the upcoming Marvel adventure, "Ant-Man and the Wasp," and also the superhero behind the Big Slick celebrity fundraising weekend benefiting Mercy Children's Hospital in Kansas City.
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is no more, having given its last performance in May 2017. So, how can young people now dream of running away to a life under the big top? Kevin Venardos tells NPR's Scott Simon why he created his own one-ring circus that he takes around the country in a 28-foot long truck. He also remembers his father, Lane Venardos, a CBS News executive who died in 2011, and their shared love of trains.
Surrounded by his daughters, the country musician - a single dad again - is anything but a solo act, as he plans a return to the stage following the 2016 death of his wife and musical partner, Joey Feek