New this week: 'Turning Red,' Ryan Reynolds and Mooski album
This week’s new entertainment releases include albums from Canadian rocker Bryan Adams and a Stephen Sondheim tribute from Betty Buckley, Ryan Reynolds starring as a time-traveling pilot in Netflix’s “The Adam Project” and a small-town murder case gets some big-star wattage in NBC’s “The Thing About Pam” with Renée Zellweger.
Sneak peek: The Missing Millionaire: A “Tiger King” Mystery
A new look into the disappearance of Carole Baskin’s husband. Famed lawyer investigates “meat grinder” theory. "48 Hours" correspondent Richard Schlesinger reports Saturday, January 1 at 10/9c on CBS and streaming on Paramount+.news.yahoo.com
Covid, online learning: New Yorkers say goodbye to their worst 2021 memories
New Yorkers burn pieces of paper with their worst memories of 2021 written on them on "Good riddance Day" at Times Square. Covid-19 was a popular theme, with people wishing to say goodbye to virtual learning and quarantines.news.yahoo.com
Committee investigating January 6 Capitol attack to make probe more public
The House committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol is going to enter a more public phase of the probe in the new year. CBS News political contributor Molly Hooper joins CBSN anchor Elise Preston with the latest.news.yahoo.com
Holiday shopping increased this year despite record inflation
Mastercard SpendingPulse found that holiday retail sales were up 8.5% in 2021. Meanwhile, the cost of essentials like food and energy continue to rise due to inflation. Business Insider senior reporter Áine Cain joins CBSN's Elise Preston to explain.news.yahoo.com
U.S. hits record number of new COVID-19 infections Monday as Omicron variant spreads
The U.S. has surpassed its daily record high of COVID-19 cases as a new wave of infections driven by the highly contagious Omicron variant continues. More than 441,000 new cases were recorded Monday, the highest daily total since early January. Officials say the Omicron variant accounts for 58% of cases, and remains the dominant strain. CBS News' Nikki Battiste and Meg Oliver report on the latest developments. Then, Dr. Adrian Burrowes, family medicine physician and CEO of CFP Physicians Group, joins CBSN's Elise Preston to discuss.news.yahoo.com
'B.A.P.S.' star Natalie Desselle Reid dies at 53
This photo provided by JeCaryous Entertainment shows Natalie Desselle Reid. Reid, who starred alongside Halle Berry in the 1997 film B.A.P.S. and on the sitcom Eve, died Monday, Dec. 7, 2020. (Leonard Reid/Courtesy of JeCaryous Entertainment via AP)LOS ANGELES – Natalie Desselle Reid, who starred alongside Halle Berry in the 1997 film “B.A.P.S.” and on the sitcom “Eve,” has died. In the film “B.A.P.S,” Reid and Berry played the roles of two waitresses at a Georgia food diner who decide to fly to Los Angeles for a music video audition.
Actress Natalie Desselle-Reid dead at 53 from colon cancer
Actress Natalie Desselle-Reid died Monday morning from colon cancer, her family announced in an Instagram post. "It is with extremely heavy hearts that we share the loss of our beautiful Natalie this morning from colon cancer," her family wrote. Desselle-Reid was known for her roles in "Madea's Big Happy Family," "B*A*P*S," and "Def Jam's How to Be a Player." Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox"B*A*P*S" costar Halle Berry said she was "completely heartbroken" over the death of Desselle-Reid. "Natalie taught us love, joy and humor through her characters — she could never dim her light, and it was infectious.cbsnews.com
Everyone thinks Halle Berry has been cast as 'The Little Mermaid'
When news broke that Halle Bailey had been cast as Ariel in the upcoming live-action version of Disney's "The Little Mermaid," the internet grew confused. HOLLYWOOD, Calif. - When news broke that Halle Bailey had been cast as Ariel in the upcoming live-action version of Disney's "The Little Mermaid," the internet grew confused. With quick glance at the name, and her stunning face, it appeared it was Halle Berry who had been cast in the role. Bailey, 19, forms half the R&B duo Chloe x Halle. It will be exciting to see her take on Ariel, who trades in her beautiful singing voice for human legs.
'Beverly Hillbillies' Mansion Is a Bargain at Just $195 Million
The price of the most expensive home on sale in America has just dropped by $50 million, now making it $195 million. The mansion was featured on the classic sitcom Beverly Hillbillies and has been on the market for nearly two years. It started off at $350 million in 2017, making it the most expensive home on sale but did not get a single bite. The asking price today is still 15 times the amount it was purchased for in 1986. RELATED STORIESHalle Berry Almost Had Her Mansion StolenReal Estate Sign Swallowed Up By Superstorm Sandy Washes Ashore in FranceAt $250 Million, T. Boone Pickens' Ranch Is the Most Expensive Real Estate in America
Extant star Halle Berry snaps photos in the Toyota Green Room
Extant star Halle Berry snaps photos in the Toyota Green Room In this week’s edition of “Sounds of the Toyota Green Room,” Extant star Halle Berry snaps photos at the photo booth with Gayle King, Norah O’Donnell and Jeff Glor. T. Boone Pickens chats with Gayle King about love and marriage, and U.S. Soccer’s Matt Besler and DeAndre Yedlin talk World Cup with Anthony Mason.cbsnews.com
Halle Berry stars in new television series "Extant"
Halle Berry stars in new television series "Extant" Academy Award-winning actress Halle Berry is one of the biggest movie stars in the world, and she is now turning her attention to television. Her new show "Extant" premieres on CBS this week. Berry joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to talk about the show.cbsnews.com
Mila Kunis gushes over fiance Ashton Kutcher
Mila Kunis gushes over fiance Ashton Kutcher Actress Mila Kunis lovingly praises her husband-to-be Ashton Kutcher in the new issue of W magazine. Plus, Halle Berry stars in "Extant" on CBS, starting Wednesday. Suzanne Marques has today's Eye on Entertainment.cbsnews.com
Summer TV preview: Vampires, plagues, and Halle Berry
Summer TV preview: Vampires, plagues, and Halle Berry Once dominated by re-runs and canceled pilots, the summer season is now a showcase for some of the year’s most original programming. Michael Ausiello, founder and editor in chief of tvline.com, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” with a summer TV preview.cbsnews.com