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  • Tony-winning director Gene Saks dies at 93
    Was celebrated for his stage and film collaborations with Neil Simon on such comedy hits as "The Odd Couple" and "Brighton Beach Memoirs"
  • ​BBC boss gets death threat after "Top Gear" firing: Police
    British police investigate threats made to broadcaster after show host Jeremy Clarkson was sacked over assault
  • Nancy Sinatra calls duets with Frank "hilarious"
    Web extra: Frank Sinatra's daughter, Nancy Sinatra, says there was no one as funny as her father in a sit-down interview with Mo Rocca.
  • ​Frank Sinatra at 100
    The children of "Ol' Blue Eyes" remember the man who sang about the thrill of winning at life and losing at love as no one else before or since
  • Jon Cryer tells the truth about his career
    Jon Cryer was bitten by the acting bug early, and achieved success with his starring turn in John Hughes' "Pretty in Pink." But there was a long period before he had a hit again with "Two and a Half Men," one of the most successful sitcoms ever. Cryer talks about his new memoir with correspondent Ben Tracy.
  • National Recording Registry adds 25 recordings
    The Library of Congress announced this week the latest recordings to be preserved for future generations, having been judged to be "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant." They span the spectrum from pop, jazz and show tunes to the spoken word. Charles Osgood reports.
  • ​Jon Cryer tells all, and then some
    The "Two and a Half Men" star's memoir recalls the "weirdness" of his career, from "Pretty in Pink" and his "show killer" past to the meltdowns of Charlie Sheen
  • ​By The Numbers: The National Recording Registry
    The Library of Congress announced its latest picks of music and audio recordings to preserve for future generations
  • Brian Grazer's curious road to success
    The films he's made have won Oscars, dazzled audiences, and earned more than $13 billion, but he's not just a Hollywood producer. For 30 years Brian Grazer has had "curiosity conversations" with scientists, artists and other noted achievers. His new book, "A Curious Mind," is about what he's learned from those talks. Contributor Scott Simon of NPR reports.
  • ​Almanac: Jack Paar
    March 29, 1962, marked the end of a late-night TV era, when the pioneering "Tonight Show" host took his final bow

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