Force Friday II runs from Sept. 1 through Sept. 3. “The Last Jedi” blasts off on Dec. 15.
The largest single-ticket Powerball prize in U.S. history was claimed Thursday by a Massachusetts hospital worker who promptly quit her job only hours after learning she had won the $758.7 million prize.
Do you have your Powerball tickets for tonight’s $700 million jackpot? Odds of winning aren’t great, here’s a look at some Powerball history.
Samsung is out with a new phone! Brook Silva-Braga takes a look at several new features on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
The pop star who whipped her army of Swifties into a frenzy with video snippets of slithery snake parts on social media posted the title of her new album, “reputation,” and announced on Instagram it will be out Nov. 10.
The Champions Of Magic tour features mind reading, close-up magic, large-scale illusions, disappearances, levitation and teleportation.
The fight is shaping up as must-see TV at a price of $99.95. Mayweather is expected to make some $200 million, while McGregor will likely pocket at least $100 million.
“Baywatch” star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson came in 2nd with $65 million ahead of Johnson’s “The Fate of the Furious” co-star Vin Diesel, worth $54.5 million.
The work was a preliminary work for Rockwell’s “Tough Call.” The final painting is in the possession of the Baseball Hall of Fame.
The giant bell atop Parliament’s clock tower sent a dozen deep bongs into a gray sky at noon, marking the hour as it has done almost continuously since 1859. It is not due to resume its regular duties until 2021.
A classic staple Korean dish is surging in popularity across the US. Many consumers are discovering kimchi and the food’s health benefits.
A major influence on Jim Carrey and other slapstick performers, Lewis also was known as the ringmaster of the Labor Day Muscular Dystrophy Association.
In MTV’s “Dare To Live,” Rory Kramer takes artists like The Chainsmokers, Iggy Azalea and Shawn Mendes on adventures. It premieres Tuesday, Aug. 29 at 11 p.m.
CBS News has compiled some of the significant events that have taken place on August 17 for this week’s Throwback Thursday.
The Atlanta Falcons’ new stadium features a Chick-fil-A. But, if you’re planning on attending a home game this season, it’s highly unlikely you’ll be able to eat there.
Cedar Point has released a video of what it will be like to ride the amusement park’s newest coaster, Steel Vengeance, which will open in 2018.
The announcement is a reversal for Craig, who told Time Out London in 2015 he’d rather slash his wrists than do another Bond film.
The King passed away on August 16, 1977. Thousands still make the trek to Graceland, his home in Memphis, to pay their respects.
Garth Brooks will perform in Indianapolis for the first time in 21 years as part of his World Tour with Trisha Yearwood according an announcement made Wednesday morning.
After a weeklong trial over dueling lawsuits, jurors determined that fired Denver DJ David Mueller assaulted the pop star by grabbing her backside during a backstage meet-and-greet.