Floyds death hastens shift in police pop culture portrayals
In this image released by NBC, Jason Beghe portrays Hank Voight, left, in a scene from the crime series "Chicago PD." The divide between crime fiction and real life dates back to the genre's origins, more than 200 years ago. Law enforcement violence and corruption were extreme in the mid-19th century and some police forces were rooted in the patrols that used to chase down runaway slaves. Meanwhile, The police in early crime fiction were depicted as good, courageous, and brilliant, says Otto Penzler, the crime fiction publisher and bookseller. Over the past 50 years, the image of law enforcement has sometimes mirrored debates between liberals and conservatives.
Best of Broadway: 2015 Tony Award nominations revealed
Tony winner Mary-Louise Parker joins Bruce Willis, who makes his Broadway debut this fall, to announce the nominees for major categories. "An American in Paris," "Hand to God," "Something Rotten!" and "The King and I" were among the nominees. Contributor, actor and playwright Jamie Wax joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss this year’s contenders.cbsnews.com