CBS and the NFL announced their Thursday Night Football partnership will continue into 2015.
Exercise is proven to have both physical and mental health benefits. Sian Beilock, author of “How The Body Knows Its Mind” from sister company Simon And Schuster shares five surprising mental benefits of exercise.
Cote de Pablo isn’t coming back to “NCIS,” but close, the actress, is starring in CBS’ “The Dovekeepers,” airing this spring.
CBS has brought in an expert to help launch its remake of “The Odd Couple” starring Matthew Perry and Thomas Lennon, the legendary producer, Garry Marshall.
The CBS Television Network announced today that Late Show with Stephen Colbert will debut Tuesday, Sept. 8
“The Big Bang Theory” and Robert Downey Jr. had a great night at the “People’s Choice Awards.”
Travel to Cuba from America has been expanded upon due to a new presidential policy. Find out how this foreign policy shift will effect future travel.
In the end, Natalie Anderson was named the ultimate “Survivor” in the show’s season finale and walked away with the $1 million prize.
Nothing goes better with football than an ice cold beer. Chad Polenz, author of The Handbook Of Porter’s & Stouts, has 10 beers to try at your next watch party.
Dominique DeVito shares her holiday simple recipe for chocolate mousse. DeVito is the author of Christmas Slow-Cooking, available now wherever books are sold.
If you’ve seen the CBS television series, Intelligence, you might want to check out the book that inspired it. It is titled Phoenix Island and it just came out in paperback.
GRAMMY-winning country trio Lady Antebellum is one of the first acts set to perform at next year’s 41st annual People’s Choice Awards.
Now in its 37th year, The Kennedy Center Honors remain an abiding reminder of the vast and vital importance of art in our nation and the world around us.
Singer Al Green is one of five notable honorees at the 37th Annual Kennedy Center Honors. His iconic career as a soul singer helped shaped the genre in the ’70s and his Gospel turn in the ’80s inspired a legion of old and new fans.
Patricia McBride, 2014 Kennedy Center Honoree, is a legendary principal ballerina who studied under renowned choreographer George Balanchine. The critically-acclaimed dancer spent 28 years in the spotlight enrapturing audiences for New York City Ballet before retiring.