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Queen opens up about royal palace's friendly ghosts


STOCKHOLM — One of the Swedish royal family’s palaces is haunted – but the phantoms are “pretty friendly,” says Queen Silvia. “There are ghosts, many,” Silvia says of Drottningholm Palace in a documentary to be aired Thursday on public television channel SVT. “You feel you get a little excited” when …

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Michael Keaton on why he left "Batman" franchise


Michael Keaton has a simple explanation for why he left the “Batman” franchise — and it has to do with the script for “Batman Forever.”  “It sucked,” Keaton told the Hollywood Reporter. “I knew it was in trouble when he [Joel Schumacher] said, ‘Why does everything have to be so …

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Mother & daughter


Debbie Reynolds seemed unstoppable — and yes, unsinkable — in the 1964 film, “The Unsinkable Molly Brown.” In the end, it took nothing less than the death of her daughter Carrie Fisher to bring her down. Mo Rocca now, with an appreciation, times two:  That Debbie Reynolds died just one …

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"MASH" actor William Christopher dead at 84


Last Updated Dec 31, 2016 10:31 PM EST LOS ANGELES — William Christopher, the actor best known for playing Fr. Francis Mulcahy on the smash sitcom “MASH,” has  died, CBS Los Angeles reports. He was 84. Christopher’s son confirmed his death to CBS Los Angeles.  Actor William Christopher arrives at the …

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The Dish: Celebrate New Year's with chef José Andrés


José Andrés, a former sailor in the Spanish navy and an eternal optimist, oversees an empire of 27 restaurants, including 10 in Washington, D.C. He invited “CBS This Morning: Saturday” co-host Alex Wagner to Jaleo — where he began his takeover of the Washington dining scene 24 years ago. On …

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Exhibit celebrates art of 101-year-old Carmen Herrera


At 101 years old, Carmen Herrera is receiving recognition many believe is long overdue – a solo exhibit at New York’s Whitney Museum of American Art. For seven decades she has flown under the radar in the art world, reports CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers. It’s hard to believe that …

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Cinnabon's Carrie Fisher tweet sparks backlash


Fast food bakery chain Cinnabon received backlash for tweeting about Carrie Fisher’s death with a joke that many considered to be in poor taste.  After Fisher’s death, Cinnabon tweeted “RIP Carrie Fisher, you’ll have always have the best buns in the galaxy,” referring to her famous hair rolls in “Star …

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