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"I apologize to the people I have mistreated and hurt. The behavior was wrong and there are no excuses," Batali said
The two superstars announced the joint tour on Monday
Academy Award winner talks about recent sexual harassment revelations in the news as well as her "Black Mirror" episode
"The Shape of Water" leads in film categories; HBO's "Big Little Lies" tops nominations for television
Oscar-winning actress Jodie Foster is now sitting in the director's chair for her latest project, the Emmy Award-winning Netflix series "Black Mirror." It's a science fiction anthology series described as a modern take on "The Twilight Zone." She directed the episode "Arkangel" where a mother turns to a new surveillance technology to keep her daughter safe. Foster joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss "Black Mirror" and the movement to address sexual harassment in Hollywood and other industries.
Sparks recently announced that she secretly married model Dana Isaiah in July and is expecting a baby boy with her husband
Keaton Jones has been teased for being "different," but was flooded with messages of support from dozens of celebrities this weekend
TV host posted online she was forced to evacuate her pets and is praying for everyone in the community
Buress approached a police officer and asked the officer to call him an Uber, according to an arrest report
The budding star, whose real name was Gustav Ahr, was found dead in November on his tour bus ahead of a scheduled concert in Tucson
The rap artist, a Grammy nominee for "1-800-273-8255," talks of a rough road traveled even after achieving success
With his hit "1-800-273-8255," named for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, the 27-year-old rapper Logic tackles a difficult subject in song. His positive message was born partly from a troubled childhood. The artist, whose given name is Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, was raised by his white mother who suffered from mental illness and addiction while his African-American father was incarcerated. But even after achieving success, Logic still faced a monumental personal struggle. Michelle Miller reports.
The producer-writer-director behind some of the most popular comedies is returning to the standup stage, where he can joke about some very unfunny topics
Tracy Smith sits down with producer and comedian Judd Apatow, who - after producing and directing a string of successful movies and TV shows - is returning to standup comedy.
At the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Tiny Tim is played by a young girl who has survived the cruelty of childhood cancer