Entertainment Angelina Jolie opens up on family life after split The actress opened up publicly for the first time about how she’s coping in the wake of the split from her estranged husband, Brad Pitt "The Batman Lego Movie" tops box office for second week "The Great Wall" did not fare very well in the U.S. "La La Land" was a "dream project" for Damien Chazelle Of the hit musical film's 14 Oscar nominations, one is for the 32-year-old as Best Director Milo Yiannopoulos says he was not supporting pedophilia Milo Yiannopoulos was trying to clarify past comments on relationships between boys and older men Director Damien Chazelle on creating "La La Land" Hollywood is singing the praises of Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling in the hit movie "La La Land," which has received 14 Oscar nominations. One of the nominations is for 32-year-old Damien Chazelle as Best Director. He tells Anthony Mason why the box office smash was a movie he had to make. Lisa Marie Presley says she's broke, claims ex has "disturbing" video In court papers, only child of Elvis Presley accuses her estranged fourth husband of having inappropriate photographs of children on his computer Damian Lewis and the big picture The upper-crust Brit, who plays an American hedge fund mogul in “Billions,” talks about focusing on TV in the medium's new Golden Age "Billions" star Damian Lewis It's no surprise Damian Lewis has created another indelible character: American hedge fund manager Bobby "Axe" Axelrod on the Showtime series "Billions." Yet the former star of "Band of Brothers" and "Homeland" is actually an upper-crust Brit. Correspondent Jim Axelrod visits with Lewis in London, when the Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning actor laughed, "Oddly, the irony is that coming from a white-collar British background, I tend to play blue-collar Americans!" Gay Talese and the art of "New Journalism" He's considered a leader of a movement known as "New Journalism" - writers who tried to break the boundaries of traditional reporting in the mid- to late-20th century. Now 85, and working on a new book about his long marriage, Gay Talese talks to Rita Braver about some of his most memorable stories, and about a new anthology of his most acclaimed articles, called "High Notes." Gay Talese's sense of wonder At 85 the acclaimed writer, proponent of the New Journalism movement, says the gift of "wanting to know more" keeps him alive Pothole mosaics: Street art that fills a need Chicago artist Jim Bachor patches up broken pavement with colorful works of art Calendar: Week of February 20 "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead, from a farewell to Bao Bao the giant panda, to a celebration of the year's worst movies. Jane Pauley reports. Clyde Stubblefield, "Funky Drummer" soloist, dead at 73 Stubblefield was best known for his solo on James Brown's 1970 single "Funky Drummer," which was sampled on over 1,000 songs and served as backbeat for countless hip-hop tracks "Moonlight" writer on the inspiration and message of the film Tarell Alvin McCraney discusses personal childhood moment behind his story "In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue" that inspired award-winning film Saturday Sessions: Margaret Glaspy performs "Emotions and Math" Singer-songwriter Margaret Glaspy was raised in California, where she played everything from competitive fiddle to marching band trombone, before discovering her passion for the guitar. At 18, she headed east for music school, eventually playing small clubs in New York and Boston. On "CBS This Morning: Saturday," Glaspy performs "Emotions and Math," the title track of her acclaimed debut album.