Director J.J. Abrams is back with a new "Star Trek" film. Shot in 3D, "Star Trek Into Darkness" is the sequel to the 2009 blockbuster.
The journal of the American Medical Association says 150-thousand Americans are misdiagnosed every year. And one-in-three patients die or are debilitated. CBS News medical contributor Dr. Holly Phillips reports.
Star reveals in the New York Times that she has undergone a preventive double mastectomy because she had "faulty" gene that gave her an 87 percent breast cancer risk. Ben Tracy reports.
Google’s wearable computer is facing stiff resistance, mostly over privacy concerns. Scott Stein senior editor of CNET joins in studio 57 to talk about the future of Goggle Glasses.
Quentin Tarantino’s "Django Unchained" was re-released in China after censors made changes to the film to meet the country’s strict standards. Seth Doane reports.
A 408-foot spire has been secured to the top of the new World Trade Center, which will make the building the tallest in the U.S. Charlie Rose reports.
"The Great Gatsby," one of the most anticipated movies of the year, opens today. Director Baz Luhrmann and his wife, Catherine Martin, speak to Gayle King about the movie, and the key to staying in love.
Multi-platinum singer Josh Groban speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about his successful career, and his recently released sixth album, "All That Echoes."
Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent announces a new plan to fight obesity on "CBS This Morning," including plans to list calorie counts on the front of its drinks.
Madonna, Beyonce, Miley Cyrus and Sarah Jessica Parker were just some of the stars sporting punk fashion looks at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s annual costume gala. CBSNews.com’s Ken Lombardi reports.