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Wife of "Julius Caesar" director reported threats: NYPD


NEW YORK — Police are investigating threats made to the wife of the director of a New York production of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” that depicted a Donald Trump lookalike character being assassinated.  Police said Wednesday director Oskar Eustis’ wife filed a complaint June 9 saying she received threatening phone messages …

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Director Sofia Coppola on the women of "The Beguiled"


Director and writer Sofia Coppola received critical acclaim in 1999 for her debut film, “The Virgin Suicides,” and later won an Academy Award for “Lost in Translation.” Coppola continued to make her mark on Hollywood with movies like the biopic “Marie Antoinette” and the crime drama “The Bling Ring.” Her …

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Mistrial declared; Bill Cosby jury deadlocked on verdict


NORRISTOWN, Pa. — The judge in Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial declared a mistrial after jurors said they were deadlocked after five days of deliberations. The jury informed the judge it was “deadlocked on all counts” in a note Saturday morning. The judge asked if jurors were “hopeless[ly] deadlocked,” and each …

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"Rocky" director John G. Avildsen dies at 81


LOS ANGELES  – John G. Avildsen, who directed “Rocky” and “The Karate Kid” — two dark-horse, underdog favorites that went on to become Hollywood franchises — died Friday at age 81. Anthony Avildsen said his father died Friday in Los Angeles from pancreatic cancer. “Rocky” was a huge success. It …

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This week on "Sunday Morning" (June 18)


HOST: Jane Pauley  COVER STORY: The great divideDespite a brief moment of unity across party lines this week, after the mass shooting in which a Republican Congressman was critically wounded, the media wars surrounding coverage of President Donald Trump have been getting louder by the day. Pat Buchanan will tell …

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Monterey at 50: When rock festivals were born


Simon and Garfunkel helped launch the SUMMER OF LOVE at the Monterey International Pop Festival back in 1967. Its vibe is still being felt half a century later. Anthony Mason takes us to Monterey, then and now:  At the fairgrounds in Monterey, California this weekend, just down the coast from …

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Pop-up library for Trump's tweets opens in New York City


A pop-up exhibit of the president’s personal Twitter account opened on Friday in Manhattan at the Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library – a veritable live-action Twitter trolling by “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah.  From Friday to Sunday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., the pop-up library will memorialize Mr. …

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Arquettes on growing family, morning sickness


Christina and David Arquette are adjusting to life as new parents again. The couple have 3-year-old Charlie, as well as 13-year-old Coco from David’s previous marriage, but the couple told CBS News that they’re still learning new things after welcoming 3-month-old son Gus in March. Christina, for example, learned that …

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