Paul Pierce hilariously mocks Russell Westbrook's 'execution' interview. After answering every question with "we executed" following the Thunder's win on Friday, it's safe to say that Russell Westbrook doesn't like the media very much.
Actor Will Ferrell surprised viewers in North Dakota on Saturday, co-anchoring KXMB-TV's newscast as Ron Burgundy, his mustached character from 2004's "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy," to promote "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues," in theaters later this month. Ferrell joined KXMB anchor Amber Schatz following the Auburn-Alabama football game for the entire, 30-minute broadcast, including local hockey highlights.
Jon Stewart is really getting tired of Fox News still flogging this War on Christmas nonsense, and Thursday night, he said that "shit's getting real." He took on both Gretchen Carlson and Megyn Kelly Thursday night for freaking out about a Festivus pole and black Santa.
Drake wanted to find out what people really thought about him, so we had him try his hand at a version of Lie Witness News. We disguised him and sent him out to ask pedestrians what they think about Drake. This is fake Drake - in "I Witness News."
Comedians Keggan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele have kicked off the fourth season of their Peabody Award-winning Comedy Central series. They join "CBS This Morning" to talk about meeting with President Obama and what they want the viewer to feel watching their acts.
The hosts reminisce about the good ol' days by showing off their favorite old-school holiday photos. You won't want to miss Tamera's Christmas tree photo and pics of Jeannie stylin' and profilin' at the mall.