Entertainment

Michigan Matters: Rock Legend Alice Cooper & PNC’s Ric DeVore’s Detroit StoriesDetroit Rock and Roll Legend Alice Cooper and PNC’s Ric DeVore appear on “Michigan Matters” this Sunday (7:30 am on CBS 62) and talk with Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain about their love of the Motor City and how they are making a difference. 
Phil Keoghan, Host Of CBS Hit Reality Show 'Tough As Nails,' Talks The Season Finale And The Show's Detroit ConnectionHost Phil Keoghan talks about the hit reality show 'Tough as Nails' season finale taking place Wednesday, April 14 on CBS 62, and the show's Detroit roots.
Native Detroiter And Veteran Journalist Shaun Robinson Debuts As Executive Producer In Upcoming Lifetime Movie SeriesVeteran journalist and native Detroiter Shaun Robinson talks about her debut as a movie executive and giving back with her foundation for girls.
Detroit’s Jazz Festival Announces 2021 LineupDetroit's Jazz Festival has announced its lineup for this year, but still no word on how you'll be able to attend.
Interview: Jill Hennessy On Showtime's 'City On A Hill' Season 2: 'The Show Is So On Point With What's Going On Now'"City on a Hill" returns for season 2 on Showtime this weekend and Jill Hennessy shares what it was like to work with Kevin Bacon and do a kissing scene with him during a pandemic.
Interview: Lauren E. Banks On Season 2 Of Showtime's 'City On A Hill', Kevin Bacon, Aldis HodgeThe star of Showtime's "City on a Hill" previews season two and discusses what it is like to work with Kevin Bacon and Aldis Hodge.

CBS National News

FEMA responds to growing crisis in Puerto RicoThe U.S. federal government is mobilizing more aid for people in Puerto Rico as desperation grows following Hurricane Maria. The power remains down and food, water, and fuel are scarce. CBS News correspondent David Begnaud joined CBSN from San Juan with the latest.
Rockets hit Kabul airportAttack comes as U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis and NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg visit Afghan capital.
Rep. Steve Scalise talks road to recovery on "60 Minutes"In an interview that took place just three months after being shot during a Republican congressional baseball practice, Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., opened up about his experience. In a 60 Minutes interview with CBS This Morning co-host Norah O'Donnell, the House majority whip agreed to help piece together what happened in June 2017
Delta CEO on free in-flight messaging, Puerto Rico relief challengesDelta Air Lines offers more than 15,000 flights everyday and carries more than 180 million passengers a year. CEO Ed Bastian, who joined Delta in 1998, took over as chief executive officer in May 2016. Only on "CBS This Morning," Bastian discusses Delta's new in-flight messaging service and the challenges the airline is facing in its Hurricane Maria relief efforts in Puerto Rico.
Harlan Coben on what's different about his new thriller, "Don't Let Go"Bestselling author Harlan Coben has sold more than 70 million books worldwide. Famous for his domestic thrillers, Coben's last 10 consecutive novels all debuted at No. 1 on the New York Times Best Sellers List. His 30th and newest novel is "Don't Let Go," the story of a New Jersey detective who's haunted by the past. Coben joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his career and new book.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg: "No doubt" sexism played role in 2016 electionSupreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is speaking out about the country's biggest challenges and its strengths. "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose spoke to Ginsburg Tuesday night in a wide-ranging conversation in New York. She reflected on Hillary Clinton's loss in the presidential election. Ginsburg also said she worries the country is putting basic values like liberty at risk because of security concerns.

CBS World News

FEMA responds to growing crisis in Puerto RicoThe U.S. federal government is mobilizing more aid for people in Puerto Rico as desperation grows following Hurricane Maria. The power remains down and food, water, and fuel are scarce. CBS News correspondent David Begnaud joined CBSN from San Juan with the latest.
Rockets hit Kabul airportAttack comes as U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis and NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg visit Afghan capital.
Contractors start building prototypes for planned Mexico border wallFederal contractors are working on eight versions of a border wall to divide the U.S. and Mexico. The wall was one of President Trump's chief campaign promises. The prototypes are being built in a remote area of San Diego, California. Builders are essentially auditioning for the full government contract, which has not been funded yet. Mireya Villarreal reports.
Trump says potential military action would be "devastating for North Korea"President Trump said the U.S. Armed Forces are "totally prepared" to respond to North Korea, one day after the regime threatened to shoot down American warplanes. Major Garrett reports.
In a surprise, Saudi Arabia's king decides to allow women to driveSaudi Arabia's King Salman announced Tuesday that women will be allowed to drive in the country for the first time in the nation's history. It was the only country in the world that had not permitted women to drive. Holly Williams reports.
Trump paints rosy picture of federal response to Puerto Rico crisisPresident Trump said next Tuesday is the earliest he can visit Puerto Rico without disrupting relief operations. Mr. Trump said Puerto Rico's governor personally thanked him for the federal response, but the president had been noticeably silent about the worsening devastation in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Margaret Brennan reports.