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Bella Hadid suffers wardrobe malfunction at Cannes


CANNES, France — Bella Hadid could have asked Chrissy Teigen — wearing a high-slit dress has its risks.  The Instagram-famous model and sister of Gigi Hadid suffered a wardrobe malfunction on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival. Pictures from the event in France show Hadid’s underwear on view for …

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A first-hand account at the "Last Men in Aleppo"


A Sundance-prize winning documentary is giving audiences a tragic look at the ongoing conflict in Syria and its devastating effects.  Syrian-born filmmaker Feras Fayyad tells the story of “The Last Men in Aleppo.” The film goes inside Syria’s besieged city to introduce the world to a group of volunteers working …

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"War Paint," the ugly fight over the business of beauty


A new musical ON BROADWAY brings to life a historic rivalry that was anything but pretty. With Richard Schlesinger, we take a look:   “All of my life’s work lost. All because of her: Second-rate imposter. She appropriated half my line.I’m the scientist behind her design.” The Broadway show “War Paint” tells …

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Johnny Mathis: Wonderful! Wonderful!


There’s no mistaking the voice of Johnny Mathis, but we’re all apparently somewhat mistaken about his name, as he explained to Nancy Giles: “It’s the most personal thing that I do is sing,” says Johnny Mathis. “Because I can’t tell a lie. I want them to know exactly what I’m …

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Portugal's Salvador Sobral wins Eurovision


KIEV, Ukraine — Portugal’s Salvador Sobral won the Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday with a gentle romantic ballad that challenged the event’s decades-long reputation for cheesy, glittery excess.  Sobral sang his Amar Pelos Dois (Love For Both) in a high, clear tenor accompanied by quiet strings and a piano. Unlike …

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Comedic star Goldie Hawn, in all seriousness


GOLDIE HAWN has charmed a generation or two on TV and in the movies. Now she’s focusing her talents on her youngest audience yet. Lee Cowan has our Sunday Profile:  “Inhale … and if you really focus, you can calm your brains.” Kindergarten is usually more about chaos than calm, …

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New dinosaur named after "Ghostbusters" beast


Scientists in Toronto have named a newly identified dinosaur after a monster from the original “Ghostbusters” film. The Royal Ontario Museum says it acquired the skeleton of the armored dinosaur Zuul crurivastator (pronounced ZOOL’ crer-uh-vas-TAYT’-or) last year.  Actor Dan Aykroyd poses with fossils of Zuul crurivastator at the Royal Ontario …

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Chris Stapleton on new album, massive success


Chris Stapleton’s debut album, “Traveller” sold two million copies and was only outsold last year by albums from superstars Adele, Drake and Beyoncé.  Now, the country music star is on a nationwide tour to promote his sophomore album, “From a Room: Volume 1.” Stapleton spoke with CBS News’ Anthony Mason …

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