(CBS News) Throughout his career, singer Andy Williams burnished his clean-cut appearance and demeanor, only to have it tarnished in the 1970s by a scandal involving his ex-wife and the mother of his three children.Continue »
(CBS News) LONDON - Pictures have surfaced showing Britain's Prince Harry and a mystery companion cavorting - completely naked in a Las Vegas hotel room - and the royal family says they're legit.
She's hiding behind him in one of the snaps, and he's hiding his modesty with his hands. Not much else is left to the imagination.
In a second picture, they've swapped places. He's totally naked, aside from a watch and a necklace.
British broadcasters steered clear of showing the pictures. Most American networks ran them. CBS News chose not to.
(CBS/AP) Updated at 11:51 p.m. ET
Piers Morgan faced grilling over the U.K. phone hacking scandal Tuesday, and during his testimony, he refused to disclose details about one of the most damning links between himself and scandal - his acknowledgment that he once listened to a phone message left by Paul McCartney for his then-wife Heather Mills.
In a 2006 article, Morgan said he was played a phone message left by the former Beatle on Mills' answering machine.Continue »
(CBS/AP) The British hacking scandal has bled into another celebrity's life as former Beatle Paul McCartney said he'd contact police over his ex-wife Heather Mills' claim that her phone had been hacked.
In comments to U.S. television journalists delivered via videolink from Cincinnati, Ohio,McCartney said that he would be in touch with law enforcement as soon as he was finished with his summer tour.
"I will be talking to them about that,"' McCartney told the Television Critics Association in Los Angeles, just hours before a performance.Continue »
(CBS/AP) LONDON - Just when the hacking scandal in the United Kingdom takes a couple days off, a fresh accusation ramps things up again. This time, the accuser is Heather Mills, the second (and now ex) Mrs. Paul McCartney.Continue »
(CBS) The scrutiny on Piers Morgan over the phone hacking scandal in the United Kingdom continues.
British MP Louise Mensch made the incorrect claim on July 19 that Morgan boasted of phone hacking in his memoir. Morgan tweeted that the claim was "[c]omplete nonsense."Continue »
(CBS/AP) Get ready to read more about the phone hacking scandal that has rocked British government and Rupert Murdoch's media empire.
Some of those involved, including Guardian journalist Nick Davies, whose reporting helped uncover details of the scandal, are rushing to get books into print.Continue »
(CBS) The News of the World hacking scandal and testimony of James Murdoch, Rupert Murdoch and Rebekah Brooks has had no shortage of news coverage Tuesday - and no shortage of drama, including Rupert Murdoch apparently being hit with what's been called a "foam pie."
On the social media front, some of the most interesting tweets have come from Piers Morgan, the host of CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight, who calls Brooks "a great, and loyal friend." Morgan has been defending himself via Twitter against an MP's claim that he boasted of hacking. "That MP just claimed I boasted in my book of using phone-hacking for a scoop," tweeted Morgan. "Complete nonsense. Just read the book."Continue »
(CBS/AP) First the News of the World. Now, The Sun. Jude Law is taking legal action against The Sun newspaper, claiming the Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid hacked into voice mails for stories about his private life.Continue »
(CBS) Former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, who put his Hollywood comeback on hold in the spring to deal with his divorce amid a messy sex scandal, is ready to get back in front of the camera as the lead in a Western movie called "The Last Stand."'Continue »
(CBS/AP) Hugh Grant is getting involved further in the UK's tabloid hacking scandal. The actor says police have asked him to testify at an inquiry into allegations that a tabloid newspaper hacked into the phones of newsmakers, including celebrities and a murder victim.
In an interview with "The Early Show" Wednesday, Grant said, "This is the watershed moment when, finally, the public starts to see and feel, above all, just how low and how disgusting this particular newspaper's methods were. And what will emerge shortly is that it wasn't just this newspaper."Continue »
(CBS) ABC is adding 13 new comedies and dramas to its fall and midseason schedules, the network announced Tuesday.
New series starting in the fall include a "Charlie's Angels" reboot, which will air before "Grey's Anatomy" on Thursdays, and Christina Ricci's Jet Age drama "Pan Am," which will air on Sundays after "Desperate Housewives."Continue »
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