"Something Rotten!" and "The King and I" also received multiple nods, with Helen Mirren and Bradley Cooper in the running, too
"An American in Paris," "The Elephant Man" and "Something Rotten!" among the contenders as Broadway honors the year's best
Rhiannon Giddens, who was the founding member of the string band Carolina Chocolate Drops, now has a solo career
Summer blockbuster season is upon us
Scenes from the star-studded 14th annual New York City film festival
Series star tells CBS News about the current season of the hit show and how much longer he sees it on the air.
The actress divulges how last season's clone bombshell changed the game for the sci-fi series and what fans can expect going forward
A look at the Olympian and television personality since his rise to fame in the 1970s
See the stars who have graced the cover of the magazine's annual "Most Beautiful" issue since it started in 1990
Country music's biggest stars step out for the 50th annual ceremony at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas
See how Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, has dressed her baby bump during her first and second pregnancies
Royal fans are ready to welcome Prince William and Kate's second child - a younger brother or sister to Prince George
Singer Art Alexakis and guitarist Davey French play a stripped-down version of the 1995 rock hit.
Five living members of comedy troupe appear at screening of comedy classic at NYC's Tribeca Film Festival
A young woman discovers the secret of eternal youth
Actress/singer Megan Hilty tells CBS News' Lauren Moraski about the renewed interest in "Smash," her upcoming pilot and life as a mom
The 47-year-old singer tells CBS News why he's sticking with his benefit for Sandy Hook and his thoughts on presidential election
This week,"Dancing with the Stars" took a tour of the 20th century, celebrating the music and dance from the '20s through modern day
Carey kicks off Vegas stint with the release of her new single, "Infinity"
The project is based on the biography "Bound for the Promised Land: Harriet Tubman"
Red-headed actress won three Emmys, was a staple on game shows
The future of "Castle" is unknown, but Jon Huertas, for one, is hoping for another season so he can delve deeper into his character's past
Actor who played David Hasselhoff's son in TV series arrested in alleged burglary
Tony Award nominations are revealed Tuesday and the top prize -- best musical -- has plenty of varied candidates
"People are not sleeping nor eating because of this tragic turn of events," says a fan who started the plea to Shonda Rhimes
The 51-year-old actor looked a little banged-up when he stepped out for the 3rd annual Light Up the Blues Concert
No one was injured in the drive-by shooting early Sunday that followed an Atlanta performance
The rapper took to Twitter in defense of his new streaming service
The British physicist shares some advice for all the fans heartbroken over Zayn Malik quitting One Direction
Family members say the film is "misleading and contains some basic untruths"
"I'm really happy for him that he is living his life the way he wants to live it," Kardashian said about her stepfather
Linda Thompson called the "20/20" interview "beautifully done," adding that Jenner's children are "very proud and very supportive"
Killer quotes from "Game of Thrones" - Season 5, Episode 3
Arya, Sansa and Jon Snow all take steps that affect their fates, while another wedding takes place in King's Landing
The couple, who recently started a production company together, wed Sunday in California
The latest installment enjoyed a victory lap over the weekend, becoming only the third film ever to make $1 billion internationally
"CBS Sunday Morning," "Entertainment Tonight" and "The Bold and the Beautiful" were among the shows taking home top honors
The Oscar-winner wrote, directed and stars in the comedy "Ride," about a NYC mother who ventures to the West Coast and takes up surfing
On April 26, 1977, a new nightclub opened in a former CBS TV studio, immediately becoming NYC's top celebrity hot spot
The president got in a few zingers at friends, foes and himself Saturday at the glitzy confab
Taking shots at political friends and foes, as well as himself, the commander-in-chief let the zingers fly
Politicians and celebrities mingle with the press for the annual D.C. event, hosted by Cecily Strong of "Saturday Night Live"
Wrote more than 2,500 reviews and other articles during his 35 years at Time magazine
Janis Heaphy Durham writes of an event that forced her to question her previously-held views about life beyond death
First photo of Christian Grey in the "Fifty Shades of Grey" sequel comes as release dates are set for that film and its follow-up
The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star and her famous family will be with Jenner when the interview airs Friday night